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 22, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00046
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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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That Seminole county, /;.? new New York, June 21.-Judgment of Vienna, June 21.-An attack by the!! Every good citizen who is interestedin Washington, June :21.-Congress I, Special to the Sentinel.

county created by an act of the legthe Appellate Division of the Supreme Bulgarian troops on the Servians and I the progress and prosperity of the turned its eyes away from the tariff I Douglas, Ariz., Jun e :21.-Didier

islature recently adjourned, is now Court on May 16 last, ordering a new Greeks is expected on the River Var- city will be glad to learn of the I today and scrutinized the administra- Masson, a French aviator who smuggled -

laying plans to go before the legislatrial for Charles H. Hyde, was made dar Macedonia, according to the growth of the Sentinel's business and I tion's currency bill. I j I an aeroplane from Los: Angeles

ture at its next session with a prop- a sweeping victory yesterday for the Austrian newspapers. the enlargement of the plant. An ad- ,, While:! the measure will not be in- into the Mexican border lines, tcday
osition to enlarge the county by takformer City Chamberlain by a for- Co-operation of the Greek and Ser- ditional room has been rented in the troduced in both houses until next | drove the Federal gunboats Guerrero

ing a part of Volusia county and a mal order of the Court. vian armies has been accomplished Arcade for a stock room in orderto week the tentative draft brought| and Tampico from Guayamas harbor

part of Lake county,was an announce- District Attorney Whitman having The Servians are concentrating in make space for new machinery.The about informal discussion generallyby !; Bombs were dropped by Mason onthe,

ment brought out during an informal filed an affidavit that the State had fortified positions on the right bank of I I new press which will arrive which President Wilson and the decks of the two Mexican warshipsand

discussion held in the New Smyrna no new evidence to offer, the Appel- the river. 1! next month will be installed as soon Democratic leaders hoped to develop caused them to seek refuge in

board of trade rooms before the reg. .late Division handed down through Three brigades Montenegrin infantry -] as suitable concrete foundations can I complete harmony when the bill is open sea.

ular meeting of the board last FriPresiding Justice Ingraham an order are advancing through Macedonia be put in for it, as it is a very large I launched. A complete victory for the constitu-

day night. the effect of which is three-fold. I to join the Servian troops at. press requiring heavy and firm foun- I While it has been known for sometime ( tionist rebels after' six days' battle

The discussion brought out the furFirstThe judgment of the trial the front. dations, but it now is expected to be that framers of the measure- ( at Ortiz, Sonora j is claimed by Junta.

ther announcement, that the residents court is reversed. The Vardar River, runs through installed by August first. It is one of Secretary McAdoo, Senator Owen, According to dispatches from Governor

of Seminole t county are S s sure they Second The indictment against Macedonia to the Gulg of Satoniki.{ tfc best presses made, and will en-| Representative Glass and the presi Pasquera aver the wires from

will b& able tD get the proposition Hyde is dismissed. The Bulgarians occupy the country able this office to do book work equalto ) dent-contemplated a system of Ortiz, all which are in the hand of

through the legislature, the commis- Third-The defendant is discharg- along the left bank while the Serviansand any office in the South. twelve regional banks in districts : the rebels, General Obegon surrendered -

sioners of the new county are already ed. the Greeks hold the positions on Another Linotype will be installed whose areas were not necessarily I and completely routed the Fed-

filling and shelling roads on the VoTwo orders had been prepared by the opposite bank. i by winter and other small machinery. equal geographically but followed the eral army under general Pedro Oj da.

lusia county side of the St. Johns counsel and submitted to the Appel- An interpellation was addresses to I The Sentinel has added $8,500 of lines of trade and domestic commerce The losses on both sides are reported -

rive, and are considering plans for late Division. One was drafted bya the Austrian government in parlia- new equipment to its office and will interest centered today in the powersof to be nearly 2,000.

bridge to be built across the St. District Attorney Whitman. The ment today asking for information give Orlando a printing establish- supervision to be exercised by the Masson and his aeroplane playeda

Johns. other, presented by John B. Stanch- about health conditions in Scutari. ment equal to any in Florida. federal reserve board of nine mem- big part in the battle, dropp'ingmany

The proposition is said to be to field for Hyde, was substantially the The introducer asserted that semi- This announcement is not made in bers over the reserve banks. bombs in the Federal entrench-

extend the present north line of the order which was signed by Justicesnew decomposed and half mummified a spirit of boastfulness but simply to Though originally it was plannedto ments at Ortiz. One dropped Friday
county east into Volusia county Ingraham, McLaughlin, Clark, Scott corpses of Turkish soldiers were still show the people of Orlando and Or- give the banks representation on is claimed to have killed filty-

almost to Oak Hill, but not farenough and Laughlin.to lying unburied in the vicinity of the ange county that we appreciate the the federal reserve board, it was ar- two Federals.

reach the coast. This will take Hyde has been out on bail since the fortress. liberal support they have given the I gued that the banks practically would

the towns of Enterprise, Osteen, May- conditional certificate of reasonable The atack was aimed at Vice Ad- paper, and that their kind and appreciative -I have the entire management of the A NEW BOOK

town, etc., into Seminole county, but doubt was signed by Justice Goff. But miral Cecil Burney of the British approval of Sentinel poli- federal reserve banks and that byj,

will leave Oak Hill in Volusia county one effect of the decree entered yes navy, who commands the international cies has inspired us to greater effort placing the board entirely in govern- j I The Sentinel will seek a copyrightfor

The proposed extension of bounterday, and served on the District force occupying Scutari.If ment control, a check on the operaI a book entitled "Incidents of a

dary lines would make Seminole counAttorney, is ipse facto to dischargety we may judge from the noise Orlando is growing and rapidly becoming I tions of the reserve banks might be I II Road Booster's Trip" .

almost spuare and it is claimed the the bail bond of the former City made by some people in their at- one of the great cities of the I I assured. '! The frontis-page will be embellhh-

people residing in the territory afChamberlain.. tempts to worship, they either think South and the Sentinel will endeavorto I The underlying idea of the bill inI I ed by a halftone of Mr. Beacham and

fected would be benefitted as Sanford, Presiding Justice Ingraham an- the Lord is deaf or away from home. keep in advance of the processionin II the minds of the former has been to Dr. Stagg reclining luxuriously in the

the Seminole county seat, is more ac- nounced that the judgment was re Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hoffman went to the forward march. I effect an easy and unembarrassing, back seat of a touring car smoking

cessible than the county seats of the versed, and in the exercise of the Gadsden, Ala., yesterday.CINCINNATI There has been no dull season with I change from the present banking! clear Havana cigars, Tampa made

counties in which they are now lo- court's discretionary power, "but sole- the Sentinel. Our subscription is one I Ii i I. system by using existing machinery. while they discuss tariff and good

cated.-New Smyrna News. ly for erroneous rulings on the trial, ICE FAMINE steely. climb and our arvertisers are roads.
liberal. Hence we are going to doubleour I II The title will show Col. Brad-
: in the exclusion of evidence, and upon I I SOUTH AMERICA BUYS MACHINERY page
HAIL STORM AT QUINC1'the ground that the facts proved upon Cincninati, June 21.The city of I efforts to please. I' shaw with a megaphone proclaimingthe

the trial were insufficient as a matte Cincinnati went into the ice business The Sentinel has no purpose save I glories of Orlando.
to help make Orlando bigger and bet- In the first Dr. Estes will
The hail
Fla. June chapter
Quincy, Of law to constitute a crime. yesterday when it established depots Washington, June 21-South Amer-
storm following the tornado that The Appellate Division says it re at all of the fire stations. ter and her people happy and con- ica has been increasing its machinery prescribe the antidote for good roads

swept over Gadsden county on Wedverses the judgment "on the ground I Families were supplied who could tented.In purchases from the United States cold feet and pass out prescriptions
nesday did much damage to the grow- that the instructions given by the trial I our efforts we shall studiously of enthusiasm for the faint hearted.
not obtain ice from their regular,. more rapidly during the last few years
ing crops, especially the tobacco crop. court were erroneous in point of law:, dealers on account of the strike of!I avoid doing hurt to any except wrong than any other part of the world, as The remaining chapters will be devoted -

The hail cut the growing plants to and that the facts proved upon thE! ice wagon drivers, their helpers and doers. I shown by figures prepared by the Bu- to the following subjects by
ribbons and in some cases beat them trial do not as a matter of law con engineers of ice plants. A numberof I We shall only feel satisfied with I reau of Foreign and Domestic Com- the following authors: "Trials and
like what I and proud of a that commands Tribulations of Booster
into the ground pulp. Just stitute a crime. paper a Journey
plants were closed. merce. This increase has amounted
the total of the damage will amount the respect and support of the good I '1. __. a10 ft Carl Jansen. "Incidents and Adven-
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hard people of Orange county. tures of Road Boosters Allen Co-
to is to say, as the full reports ,
STIRRED UP A HORNETS NEST HEALTH POOR SUFFRAGETTE whereas the entire world growth of
from outlying districts have not been ; hoon. "The Art of Banqueting
FREED machinery export has been only 173
received, but the estimated loss so far You have possibly heard the above SlLCUSEXU CORNELL WIN per cent. The machinery shipped from' at Metropolitan Hotels," Mescrs.
exceeds half million in this Meisterman and Laubach.
and ad- "Negotia
a expression used many times, but Mr. London, June 21.-111 health arising America in 1902 amounted to only
joining counties in Florida and South- I Special to the Sentinel I ting with Vendors of Liquid Groceries -
Oscar Giles had Last it jumped
experience had
an yesterday from a hunger strike, resulted todayin $5,000,000. year "
ern Georgia, according to the ware N. Y. June 21. Hon. John Rowland. "Auto Tunneling -
while engaged in hauling timber the release of Miss Lauro Geral- Highlands, -Syracuse to $27,000,000.
housemen and from growers' reports intercollegiate Through Sand," Grey Rush.
near his mill, that not many people dine Lennox, formerly editor of the won the varsity eight-oared 'I
that have been received here. boat here this af- "Booster Boquets," Clark Robertson.
would care to forego.Mr. race
Suffragette, who was sentenced to six POLICE LIEUTENANT BANKRUPT "
"Sunshine and Sand E. G. Duck-
Giles had his head within\ six months' imprisonment by the Central I ternoon from field crews. Cornell, ,
inches of a very large nest before Criminal Court, on June 17, for con second; Washington, third; Wisconsin New York, Jun e21.-Police Lieutenant '
he saw it and the hornets made a dive spiring to damage property. fourth; Columbia) fifth; Pennsyl- John H. Thompson, of No. 217( There will bt many illustrations of
June the boosters taken various
Washington 21.-Senate at
Demfor vania sixth.Cornell's stagesof
him at about the same time, West One Hundred and Fifth street
ocrats resumed considerable of the the journey and under cir-
time 19.28 3-5. Freshmen
stinging him painfully which ,
very STRIKE COST $3,500.000 filed a petition in voluntary bank- ,
in The discussion cumstances.
caucus today.
caused him to beat a hasty retreat. eight-oared race won by Cornell. Cor- His liabilities
began the chemical schedule. In ruptcy yesterday. are There will be anecdotes
on nell also the fouroaredrace. enough to
Remembering that his team won varsity
the summary of the Senate changes was Trenton, N. J., June 21.-The silk I given at $2,819, unsecured, with no retire Bill Nye to the shadows of the
at the mercy of the hornets, he immediately I assets. The claims of
announced yesterday all sawed boards strike in Paterson has cost $3,50,000up I I twenty-nine i iI past. Besides, there will be several
returned and rescued them I
of cedar and cabinet woods appeared to the present time. This sum does I creditors are for merchandise money : interesting matters not mentioned.MT. .
from the onslaught of the pesky critters j I TRIAL OF DR. WILLIAM B. CRAIG loaned and services rendered since '
to have been transferred from the not include the losses caused by the i iI
but not until he was severely
House free list to the dutiable list. I the total stoppage of production in 200 II I 1910. McKINLEY SCALED
stung the second time. Indianapolis, Ind., June 21.What I
silk mills of Passaic and Hudson ,
The reverse was the case, the 10 coun- 1
percent Oscar was about last night, but his i promises to be one of the most spec-
duty of the House bill having ties. SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF USEFULNESS According to the dispatches to the
face was swollen twice its
nearly tacular murder trials in the historyof
been stricken off entirely by the i! Tampa Tribune and other State
Senusual papers
size and he could hardly see. Indianapolis will begin Monday,
ate committee. BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I Arch Deacon Hudson Stuck, an
when Dr. William B. Craig faces the
LEAGUESSpecial I 1 The above caption is befitting a' Episcopal :Missionary from Alaska,
ANOTHER PRIZE FIGHTER DEAD ARTHUR PELKVS TRIAL !I court to answer a charge of murder i 1 I man of Mr. H. N. Fogg's habits of : and his party succeeded in climbingto
with the
in connection '
The Sentinel life. This gentleman celebrated his
to I the summit of ML and
death of Dr. Helen Knabe who
Special to The Sentinel was
Special to The Sentinel ; National i seventy-fifth birth day last Friday planted the Cross, but he failed to
Dayton, Ohio, June 21-Patrick Calgary I Alberta, June 21.-Theprosecution New York, 0; Brooklyn, 2. found in her bed on the morning of I and the man who can look back over find any evidence that Fakir Cook or

Grant, twenty years old, amateur prizefighter in the case of Arthur Cincinnati, 8; Pittsburg, 6. October 24,1911, with her head almost seventy-five years of unselfish activi- any body else had ever been there and

who went on in the preliminary Pelky, charged with manslaughter as Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 6, first severed from her body. i ties as can Mr. Fogg, has a right to the evidence is very satisfying that

to Andy Howell-Earl Fisher a result of the death of Luther Mc- game. Boston, 2; Philadelphia, 5, 2nd i say that he has not lived in vain. the Episcopal Missionary is the first

bout at Lake Side rink I last night died I Carty, rested today and the defense game.St. !! FARNSWORTH FOUND GUILTY I]j I By reason of clean habits and well man who ever touched the top of this

in a local hospital today from the effects ''opened after Judge Sarves refusal I Louis-Chicago, called end of 3rd j'! directed activities he has built up a the highest mountain in America.

of a knockout blow in the seventh to grant motion of defense to take | account darkness, score 0-0. !i Pl'mouthlas5", June 21.-David strength that carries him beyond thei Now if the good brother will go

round delivered by his adversary case from the jury on the grounds I American | J. Farnsworth, a magazine writer,i ii i allotted three score and ten years, and tto the North Pole, he doubtless will

Eddie Batty. Batty has not that the crown had not proved its I Chicago-St. Louis, wet grounds. i formerly of Chicago, 111., last night i]I it can not be said of him that he isI I. find that Cookie never reached that

been arreste'I' held that the Cleveland, 7; Detroit, 6. j'j was found guilty of manslaughter for living on borrowed time, for his are : point.

with the CanadianGREEKS Washington, 4; New York, 1, first the killing of Thomas Hagan, at ', days of usefulness, fulfilling a definite The Arch Deacon has been to Alas

NOT TO COMPETE decisions on deaths in boxing and game. Washington, 6; New York, 0,' Bridgewater, on August 16th, when! mission in life. ka what Bishop Grey has been to
that the defense should introduce its I second he mistook the latter for a hen thief. I On this birth day his daughter, Florida
game. ; a carrier of the gospel to
Washington, June 21.-Word
was evidence. Southern i i The government contended that Ha- Mrs. J. M. Tracey of Jacksonville, remote
received here today from the presidentof I Montgomery, 2; Memphis, 1. \ gIn was not on Farnsworth's property ; came home and with Mr. and Mrs. J.

the Pan-Hellenic Shooting Society ROOSTERS MUST NOW CROW i Atlanta, 4; Birmingham, 1. i when shot, but exercising his dogs on I W. Osteen the entire family was at the FOOD PRICES ADVANCE
of Athens Greece that the
Society I
{ I the highway. old homestead and a happy family it
; i Nashville-Chattanooga, rain no
would be unable to send a team to the I ; Washington, June 21.-Of the fifteen -
Philadelphia, Pa., June 21.-The : game. was that gathered around the family
international rifie match staples, representing approximately -
shooting at
crowing of a rooster, which, the complainant i New Orleans, 11; Mobile, 1. ORLANDO ON THE BOOST table on that birthday. ( two-thirds of the
Camp Perry, Ohio, in September. This I expenditurefor
declared, interrupted his i South Atlantic I The Sentinel hopes that Mr. Fogg
food the
i by
is because all Greek riflemen have average workingman s
been called to the colors. Similar sleep and rest, was held to be a nuisance Savannah, 12; Charleston, 0.I I If we may judge from the crowds j i may have a rich assignment of years family, everyone except sugar showed

declaration has been received from that should be suppressed, in I Albany, 7; Jacksonville, 5, first : on the streets last night and the busy yet on this earth and that his days a decided increase in retail price or

the Crown Prince of Servia. an opinion filed today by Judge Mc-; game. Albany, 1; Jacksonville, 2.I scenes in the business houses, summer may be happy. j( February 5, 1913. compared with the

Michael, in the Common Pleas Court :j I second game. I has no dullness in the businessline. i average price for the ten-year period

WEATHER REPORT here. The court declared that "if a Macon, 12; Columbus, 6. And if we may judge by the The East Coast Lumber Company 1890-1899, according to the latest

man desires to have a rooster and j Carolina number of new comers who are build- at Watertown is planning to put in a i'investigations of the statisticians of

Local thunder showers Sunday and hens he should remove them to the; Durham, Winston-Salem; 1. I ing new homes and the activities along large electric power plant to operatethe I the Bureau of Labor. Sugar was 4.b

Monday except probably fair in northcountry. and let the residents sleep j Asheville, 5; Charlotte, 0. every line, Orlando will easily realize mill. Watertown is right near j per cent; smoked bacon was 111.6 pet
west portion. in peace." Raleigh, 1; Greensboro, 6. her 15.000 by 1915. f Lake City. 1 cent.

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A territorial board of education and

asked a two memorial superintendents for by just the Alaska transmitted of legislature schools to congress are in-!: Gifts to Please i' Bargains Bargains! !

The petition recites that although I i'
Alaska now has a white popu-
lation of about 40,000, with 3,000 I Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
children attending the 42 white public May be safely purchased fromus I Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
schools, "there is as yet no ter- and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
body. .All shoes will sell at 25 cent off.
ritorial board of education, examin I' per
where everythingis Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c
ing board, or superintendents to gov- up.
ern such schools." ,I. Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
The legislature asks that the board guaranteed. Gingham, from 9Sc up.
bf education be 'made up of officials j Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors, J

of the territory, and that it appoint from 25c up.Ladies' .
two superintendents of schools. The Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
board is to have power to grant territorial 1 shies, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
"educational diplomas," ter-I #.i, Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 .
diplomas, and "first-grade certifi-: Allen & Co. I "' up.Ladies'
cates" to properly qualified teachers.' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed !
Hats from 25c .
up.Men's ; ;
It is specified however, that normalschool -!
diplomas or state certificates! Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and >
Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and
from any of the states in the union up.
I Men's Coats from $2.00
shall be
accepted as satisfactory evidence JEWELERS
Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.
of fitness to teach in the Alas
kan schools. I Bojs' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
i and colors, from 50c up. _
Would-be teachers in Alaska are to:
Bojs' Pants from 25c .
be examined in much- the same subjects -: Orlando FloridaOur up.Men's "
and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up.
as teachers in the various;
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
states-algebra, geography, history,:
; Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition
etc.; but particular stress is to be
: we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody ".
laid upon hygiene, "with special ref-
I who trades with us.
erence to the nature and effects of:
We want your trade and we assure you that we will $ r t
alcoholic drinks and other narcoticsand I
give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar- ; fI/
stimulants upon the human system. Repair Department at
." I antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. -
The action sought by the Alaska: service Agent for the Snow Sh oe.
your always. If lOU would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
legislature from congress is for the i

'white school alone. The native H. Kanner's New Store Orlando I ILISTEN
schools in the territory are directly: Bargain ,
under the control of the national government -i. .
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the same, it's a poor rule that !
{)refuses to work our way. I' j THE OAKlAND


Cheap peole are always looking for I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
Something cheaper than themselves. Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne CAR
Delaney Drug Co. I Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
Never put off until tomorrow what
Anyone is willing to do for you today. We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-

"Seek and je shall find," but not TALKING
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1 DAYS Beginning Saturday, June, 21st, 9 A. I.ia: U DAYS




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We are going to give away FOUND AT THE LEAST PRICE CONSISTENT TO GOOD MERCHANDISE AND BUSINESS METHODS. Moving Picture to Magruder's Show, and
Absolutely FREE, $25
other articles of
COME SEE. many Merchandise
Graphophone will be given away
1 beautiful 42-piece China I absolutely FREE.


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I Free to the Men Free ; ; CHASE DURING THIS SALE j ; Free-to the LadiesFreeTo ;TV< :

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 open-

morning, who make purchases amounting to J orite Contestant. Contestants get busy and get )'our.friends in to this sale and have them make their Z ing morning, who make purchases amounting
:T: while make One Dollar buy what it ordinarily takes Two Dollars V
they to
Purchases can buy.
of !
SI.00 or more, we are going to give a pair to $1.00 or more, we are going to give a pair
t t Somebody is going to get fur.rotj Five Passenger Automobile Absolutely FREE-And this is
Beautiful Silk Half Hose FREE. of Beautiful Silk Hose FREE.
your last chance. A Gigantic Money Saving Sale full of snaps. Free Prizes, bargains on just the
: COME WITH THE RUSH Merchandise you need and 5,000 Votes with every dollar purchase on the Automobile Contest. COME WITH THE RUSH "

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I'gill be conducted by Rev. A. E. Douglass I .
THE PLACES Of \WORSHII a prominent Baptist minister of 1 1I f

I-DeLand. Gowns 98c.FULL For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
Methodist Sunday School at 9:45. Preaching Crepe I
J. E. Wray, Pastor. :at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. E. Services held in the Rest and TeaRoom ; i

Howard, Supt. on Orange avenue. will sell Lime at 90c
"Sins of the Summer Resorts" the< I An electric fan keeps the air cool LINE MUSLIN UNDER-
pastor's subject at 11 a. m. Anthem I I during the summer months.
by chior"Praise the Lord,0 Jehovah]It Music by the orchestra. 1E A R, EMBROIDERIES, per barrel delivered,

(Clark) i Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS
Epworth League 6:45 p. m. H. A 7:30. five barrel lots.
Hoffner, Pres. I I The public is invited to all the sere! STATIONERY, TOILET AR- I

"How Jerry McAuly was Saved,,ices. 'I TICLES, ETC.LOWEST I '
From Sin" the pastor's subject 7:3 I
p. m. Anthem by Choir "The Beautiful -! GETTING DOWN TO FACTS Florida Metal Co.

Land" (Lorenz) Solo By Mr.I PRICES ALWAYS I
Curry. I "Where are you going to spend the :
Everybody most cordially invited 1 summer?"

to all these services. I II I "Same place as last year, I think." McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Phone 41.
eh?" i
I "Pretty good place
First BaptistDr. "Fine!"
C. T. Douglass; will preach both "Ha\e clean rooms?" --- -- -
morning and evening. I "Plenty to eat?"
Morning service at 11 o'clock. I "All I could get away with." 124 South Orange Avenue

Sunday school at 9:30.B. I Many other boarders?" OPPOSITE POST OFFICEllSEP
Y. P. U. at 6:30. "Not any; a decidedly exclusive: CLEANER t
Evening service at 7:30. place. [ IVACUUM L

Everbody cordially welcome, strangers -' "Chickens or pigs or such bother i iI iI I ---------
especially. I you?
I "Didn't notice 'em. i IIIC'ICIIII= ;I"llaltlI"'III'OIIOIOr IJt.tfit.CU

"Huh! Must 'a' been swell! Any

O'Neal Sunday.,Jno.superintendent.school PresbyterianRev. W. Stagg at 9:45, D.a.D.m., pastor.W. R.I I'I not mosquitoes"Well many, ?one?"" or two, maybe"; but U CARS) r rUn SALE Have your room or house

"Were you near the water? cleaned without dust or troubleof
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
"Yes. Near water, links, tennis
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. sourts; everything handy." moving furniture : i
"Must V cost a pile""No
m. more'n it cost me in town in EVERY ONE IS A BARGAIN AT THE PRICE ASKED,
A cordial welcome to all services.

St. Luke's Cathedral. : "Get fresh fruits?" The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
I "Every .da)." ; Two 7-passenger 1910 Oldsmobile Specials.
A. Sherrod, Dean.
Very Rev. Edgar
"Any scraps with farmers
Fifth Sunday after Trinity. have one." I One 6-cylinder, 5-passenger, 1912 E>'eritt, thoroughlyoverhauled 1 man.

Services as follows: "Charge you for things you did- and less than 3,600 miles.
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. repainted run j jI
9:30 a. m. Sunday "
i "Not when I was looking. I One Stoddard-Dayton, 5-passengers.
10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer. "Well-you didn't tell me where
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and I
you spent last summer'"Why Premier and several others equally as
sermon. Subject, "Our Journey to I I I stayed at home"Judge.The 1 One 5-passenger

Jerusalem.lecture.7:30 p.Subject"m. Choral", "Doctrines Even song of and theApostle's I I Oak is old to be waterworks discarded and plant an in up-to-Live good. The PIERCE [ELECTRIC C011 L Inc.[

Creed. Special topic
date one installed within the next six

Resurrection Good music of and Jesus.a hearty" welcomefor date days.one installed The cost within to the the city next for this sixty -I I MERRILL STEVENS CO. CHURCH STREETHHIMIIIHItHimtMtMttMHtttiitltltiMtMIIMI I

at all services.
new plant will be approximately
The confirmation class meets on I
next Wednesday night at >S o'clock in $5,500. Agents for Oldsmobile, Premier and Cartercars ---
the Dean's office.If The Methodist Church in Kissim- H. A. Royston :i,I Those wishing to make trips for
of confirmation, Jacksonville Flacttlllll.aJIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I.I.Olfif'
you are thinking mee, built by Mr. Peter Lawson, of business or pleasure, should see mt
please come. House Painting and Calcimining
this city is nearing completeion. for prices. Prompt service guaran
corner stone will be laid on the Fourthissimmee's I have had years of experience and teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.
Emmanuel Baptist Church f+Ay
big day. guarantee my
Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
The pastor, Rev. Preston Boyd has Estimates cheerfully furnished.
gone on his annual vacation and the Money to loan on improved prop Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Dayi.Drop me a card and I will call. Money to loan on improved prop
services both morning and evening erty. S. Y. WAY. P. 0. Box 381 erty. S. Y. WAY

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the merits of make special

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The Civic League has succeeded in
MORNING AND WEEKLY organizing the charity work of Or-
-- lando under one head known as associated -
Entered at the poet office at Orlando.
Florida as Second Gas Mail Matter., charities. The organizationis
absolutely non-sectarian and non-



Year .................... .$5.00 Secretary and Treasurer.The PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. BEFORE
Six Months .. . ..... .. .. 2.50 object of the organization 'is SIZES ARE BROKEN. COME EARLY
Three Months .. ... ... .eo eo. 1.25 to systematize the work of extend-

By news carrier in Orlando 50 cents per ing aid to the needy so as to be sure MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
Month, Daily and Sunday. that efforts may be well directed and
that there may be no oversight of some $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for ----- --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ $4.50

b The sale Orlando in Orlando Morning at Curtis Sentinel&: O'Neal's can be found Book while there is an over-lapping in other $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for ----- --------------- 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 4.00

Store, and Wright Brothers.We cases. This associated work bringsall $18.00 Suits for -------------- --------------- 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 3.50

will appreciate prompt complaint ifdelivery the charity workers under one $15.00 Suits for _____._ 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for _______
------ --------------- _____ _______________ 2.50
is not promptly made by our carriers. management which makes it more effective -
-Advertising- rates will- -be--furnished---on application. and accurate. WTe have a fine line of White Linen Duck and White Serge Trousers.

I Effort will be made to locate every New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen vears. ',
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL I call made for aid and determine the ,
For year, by mail, postage paid.......1.00 merit of the case and extend such I '
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. aid as best suits the needs of the I SCRUGGS & DICKSON .
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building individual case. A permanent record
Phone 24
-- will be kept of all charity help. " '.
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor The public will be asked to cease tttwOVI.t'tt11t1I..tl'II"II" . aa I I A I A ff A f A V,' moieim

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor indiscriminate giving and let the almsgiving j -- .

pass through this organization tions so that urgent cases may be sibly for a no-fence law for each THE DIVIDING LINE If a price can not be agreed' it
: upon
SUNDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1913. I who will have such knowledge of individual -! taken care of promptly and as tha ev county so voting. I do not know that is done by appraisment. It claim.

I conditions as to act intelligently egencies of the case demands. \ we want a state-wide law, because ed that there are many sections where

The lobster crop may be short but and as the case may deserve.I'I' By this means ministers and chari- : there are some sections where it wouldbe The city of Atlanta has passed an valuable improvements are held under

there's just as many persons eating Where calls are made tably inclined persons will be relieved -i an unnecessary hardship on the ordinance segregating the colored present conditions, which Xs probably
crow as ever. kindly disposed persons will only I of many annoyances and obli! cattle and hog men to bar them from people from the whites in the matterof the case. Of course nol subterfuge -
o need refer the matter to this central!; gations. running their stock, but they certainly residences and business houses. should be resorted to to yet valuable -
A St. Louis man dropped dead committee, and every case will be investigated : i should be stopped in fruit and The purpose of the ordinance is toget property from a colored man
while starting the kitchen fire. This promptly and properly i SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ,' vegetable growing sections. It is rid of colored people in districts for less than it is worth. HJ' is entitled .
should be a warning to all wives. dealt with.It I wrong and an imposition on the grower where real estate is now too valuableto to a square deal. '
to be obliged to fence his land hog- permit of
o requires money to carry out the occupancy by cheap
The Toledo Blade man is afraid objects of such an organization anda I A delegation of Orlando people tight just because his neighbor per- buildings, and as there are many localities Ir I

that marrying a health certificate will membership fee of $2 will be asked I drove in their machines from Orlandoto sists that all out-of-doors is his to in Atlanta where colored An extensive addition is beiig madeto
take much of the sentiment out of as annual dues. All the Churchesare Tampa this week. They stated run his cattle and hogs in. Of all the people purchased real estate when it A. G. Smith's packing Muse< at
matrimony.We in hearty accord with this move I that in general the roads were vile forty-six states in the Union I be- was cheap in those localities, but Wauchula. The entire house will be

o- ment and will support it by sending)I I between Orlando and the Hillsboro lieve this is the only one where the which have grown valuable by the! of concrete and when completed Mr.
say a lot of things that we their charity collections for the needy I county line, after that much better, i iI i hog and cattle raisers are allowed to growth of the city, and which they I Smith will have one of the largest and
don't really think-but we balance through the central committee.The II I but they spoke enthusiastically of aI I' run their stock at large in settled refuse to sell now, the design is to I most up-to-date orange packinghouses
the scales by keeping to ourselves a Board of stretch of hard road between Bartow farming sections.-Florida Grower. furnish a means to compel him to sell. in South Florida.
County Commissioners
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lot of things we do think. I and Lakeland. I want to say right
recognizing the value of this i -- -- ------- -- --- ---- --
.. here that Polk county is getting out
method of providing for the
And our grandfathers, when they nates, have subscribed $50 unfortu'l of the poor-road class. They are also i|I' I

laid out the streets, never anticipatedthat fund as an annual shucking the razor-back and long-
each side of them would be usedas horn. Polk county ils building more
dividuals of kind hearts and
all day.It com- miles of good roads right now than JUNE WEDDINGWhile
a garage fortable 1.
means, are giving to this fund
I any other county in the State, and it
o I liberal sums, and this is what is needed I
is just a little warm in Orlando I was the one thing needed to bring the I
to carry on effective charity work.
according to the thermometer, but it moneyed settler, the man with the
makes one reconciled when he reads This great work has become state- !I. energy, intellect and cash to help fur- "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June '
wide and splendid men and women !! ther develop the county. That's the seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous .
the fatality lists from other cities.
o are lending assistance. I I class of people Polk county has been weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

Yesterday was the longest day in Plans are made for the rendering ofa getting for some time. It is the for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wedding -

the year, and was more interestingand special program at the General I banner Exchange county in Florida, Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to I.
cheerful than of "Fri- Federation of associated charities and will soon be second to none in your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
any your
day, the thirteenths." next fall at which time Mr. Marcus|I I good roads. It is going ahead at a I II We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a :
o Fagg will be one of the principal remarkable rate, and I am happy to I II stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
speakers.In I with itsj smiths Manufacturers Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
A valued northern exchange says: i endorse it, and note pride : Jewelry \
this concentrated effort, a com- progress, because I somehow feel that!j country.The.
It was 62 in Florida on the same dayit
was 103 in Saskatchewan. Openingup mitte of men from the different perhaps the Grower helped a little :i stock is so large, so varied and so eomplete that a detailed descrip- t
the Northwest is upsetting the churches and civic organizations will bit to arouse a sentiment for better I! tion Is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
isothermal lines. act conjunctively with the central things. All honor to Polk. !' inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-

o committee as an executive board for, These clean citizens of Orange I ing and assurance that you gettingthe greatest value and the most up- :
the general distribution of funds. J
Some one will he uncharitable county are also after better things in I to-date merchandise.
enough to suggest that that tornado I At such time as the funds shall their vicinity, and in the state as a I I
should have been a bit earlier and hit warrant a district nurse will be main- whole. They want to see good roads REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf
the capitol while the Legislature was I tained for the benefit of the poor who running the length and breadth of

in session.Tampa Tribune.All need the services of a trained nurse the state. Do you know how to get : you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
o I, but have not the funds to employ them, gentlmen? I do. Begin your pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

kinds of mechanical alarm clock I such. campaign right now and see to it that': mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transforma4
Through this central committee the
devices for feeding chickens have no .man goes to the next Legislature'who tion can be wrought through the skill of our worker in gold aH a*m*. t
been invented, but Biddy still retains nurse can be supplied for a certain > is not pledged to do all possiblefor Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
I number of hours at nominal cost. good roads in Florida. I'm goingto
the perogative of laying her egg according -
to her own schedule. I I In order to supply funds for :hi, keep you reminded of this. I'm -, -- ---- ----- -
o work outlined by the association a going to everlastingly slam it into I

Any fair minded man who will stu- committee bearing credentials [rom you about good roads and razor-back''

dy the matter carefully and dispas- the chairman of the committee and hogs for the next two years, so that the Jeweler
sionately will concede that all per- president of the Civic League will};[, when the next body meets it will be

sons dealing in soda water by the soon begin the soliciting of subscripMMMMMMIMMMitMMn- easy sailing for good roads, and posHIMMIMMMMMIilllitl ; I

glass should be required to keep the

glasses clean. .. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

which effective There. the The is and merchant no Sentinel way economical()like may offers the announce method newspaperway. the most his by : SPEC1L[ l r PUMP SALE l [ I EXPERT Lw REPAIRING-AND ENGRAVING. Ut 1!

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bargains. Try it and then keep everlastingly II -- - -- -------- -

A news at item it.recounts o the fact thatan II: *

infatuated young man gave his ILK TOCKING !f fI

lady love $1,665 to keep for him. .She !
*is doing it so well that they can not
locate her. Wonder who'd be livingif
all the fools were dead? t! I I II
o Factory shipped more than ordered I Ii

Since the editor of the Fort Pierce and to
save freight returning -
News has been made postmaster he ; For Day
has turned over a new leaf and now will sell at about one-
advocates alum for snakebites. Next : I

thing he'll probably do is to insist : third less than regular prices: Ii i and

that peruna be put in mince pies instead ; I
the the customarerbeyerage. I I ,
I'd like to know what snaix are :
EveningWear !
for if it isn't for an excuse to carry :

some of the virus eradicator along I Value Sale Price I
with a feller when he goes hunting.- I
Palm Beach News. f "Victor" /2 Minute Pump, Best Made_____ $6.00 $t25 ; I

It seems the the o Orlando boosters i t '"Onl -" Double Acting with gauge_____ 4.00 2.75 I ,.

are continually trying to devise ,
means of advancing the fortunes of \ "Hill" Double Acting without gauge_____ 3.50 2.10 : .

their city and section, and they pur- ,
sue the sensible policy of availing ; "Tornado" Single Acting _______________ 2.50 1.10 i Our Personal Guarantee \ \\ i I

themselves of good ideas from else-

where, things that have been proven Pair
Accompanies Every
by experience in other places to be *
advantageous and worthy of imitat-
tion. At a recent meeting of their

pa board and of an St.trade expedition Petersburg it was in deceided autos for the to to Tam-dual organize I. W. rUllllrs a SONSSUCCESSORS I Marion B. Ives I,

purpose of boosting their own city's: A
attractions and of observing the meth-
ods of doing things in the two live< TO EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS t

cities named. A particular objectof ;
this trip will be to gather data on S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGEIIMilllllltlliitlMlilllMlilllMMtMIMtllllitllM Second Floor f

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We have forged another link of Satisfaction in recently THE HOT WEATHER SHOE FORMAN LADIES' SHOES

securing the Sole Agency of the Famous EIFFEL Hose for The Dr. Rodman stands by itself as a shoe for comfort, We have all styles of "Sorosis" Shoes, also "Queen Qaulity"

Men, Women and Children. A hose of absolutely the most style and durability. A Shoe that can and has been worn for Shoes, and if you don't know about them, just ask your neigh-
sixteen consecutive hours without producing the slightest feel-
dependable wear. In fact there is NO BETTER HOSE MADE. bor, they probably wear them. We have the sole agency for.
ing of discomfort. The secret of its almost universal popularity
WE CARRY ALL COLORS, TAN, BLACK AND WHITE, lies in the fact of its being built on the principles of these two famous lines of Shoes. Prices $3.50 and $1.00

Colors guaranteed fast to light, Blacks stainless and unfading. pneumatics-elastic in the tread and a feeling of extreme
From 25 cents to One Dollar a pair. Sample our three. pairs lightness to the wearer-truly a shock absorber. We carryall

for One Dollar.. You'll use them always. styles. We carry all Sizes. We carry all Widths. At one price CHILDREN'S SHOES
Four Dollars a Pair. We have everything needed in Shoes for the little ones.
We have a full line of "BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" SHOESin Sandals, Pumps, Ties, Oxfords, and high shoes, all colors

SUMMER SHOES FOR LADIES Black, Tan, and Patents. Lace, Button, and Oxfords, and and kinds. Prices 50c up. Ask to see them.
these Shoes are ALL guaranteed to give perfect satisfactionin .
We have them White Drill, White Duck and White Buck- wear and style, and you don't have to send them to the

skin-a fit for every foot-Price from $1.50 to $3.50. Child- factory to get your satisfaction. We will satisfy you right Sole Agency for"SOROSIS" and "QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES

ren's for $1.35 a pair. here. FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN

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

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Juan. W. R. O'Neal of Oralndo, Grand ,
THE TUNER ) is reported that an employee of I Treasurer of the Royal Arch Masons, WHITE R RUSE S Tij BRAND
ORLANDO. FLA. : Miss Elizabeth Rinaldi, of Tampa,' the Orlando Telephone Company, who will come to Kissimmee Monday to 4j
J I II I will arrive in Orlando tomorrow fora has been connected with the linemen, constitute a local order known as Kis
visit to her aunt Mrs. Josiah Ferris. took a notion to leave the city a few simmee Chapter No. 10, R. A. M. i
nights ago without previous announce- There will also be several membersof OUR LEADERJust
for Jackson Square
ASK Coffee.your grocer 621tf. Mr. D. B. Sphaler, of Taft, and son ment and as the Company's motorcycle the chapter at Orlando who will
I Alden, and H. C. Hammond of Winter would not carry two, he soldit be present to assist in the ceremonies.
Henry D. Porter and wife left yes- Home were in Orlando yesterday. and took the train. The Company Several local gentilemen will have degrees -
terday for their home in Connecticut. -:I has located the motorcycle, but not conferred upon them by the visitors Received, Another Shipment from Seeman Bros., ; |
i i Miss Eva L. Taylor left )yesterdayfor the man. But it is probable they will at the meeting of the lodge Mon- New York City.
Knoxville, Tenn, where she will locate him soon and bring him back day evening.
}\T. E. R. Hagan, of Jacksonville, attend a summer term in the uni- and promote him to a long term job. ,I The Kissimmee Chapter No. 10 Cherries Salmon, Evaporated Apples,
is 'in Orlando to spend Sunday. He versity.Mr. It is intimated that other loose starts off with a charter membershipof Plums, Lobster, Plum Pudding
is stopping at the San Juan. wheels followed him that it may be 35, and will doubtless soon becomeone Apricots, Shrimp, Cocoa,
and Mrs. Thomas Adams, who necessary to locate. of the largest in this section.-
Peaches, Clam Chowder, Tapioca,
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rand and have spent the winter in the city left I Valley Gazette.
daughters, of Longwood spent yesterday last night for their home in Grand ANNOUNCEMENTThe Pineapple, Teas, Gelatine,
afternoon in the city. Rapids, Mich. THE GRAND TOUR Asparagus Tips Coffee, Barley,
ladies in charge of the enter- i Corn, Extracts, Celery Salt,
Mr. J. C. Darnell and J. E. Martinof Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Babcock, of tainment to be given in the Chapter Invitations are being given by St. Spices,
St. Louis are in the city for a few Monmouth, Ill., arrived in Orlando House on Tuesday evening wish it Cecelia's Guild for a "Grand Tour,"
days. They are likely to become land last night. They are guests of the understood that, while written invita- the guests being requested to meet
buyers.Mr. San Juan. tions have been made it is their wish the Guild members at the Chapter THE SANITARY GROCERY '
that all members of the Cathedral House at eight o'clock Tuesday even
J. N. White of the lake Holden Father Fox left yesterday for Kis- Parish may be their guests and if ing. The fact that the route to be CARUTHERS & GORE
estates was in town yesterday the simmee. From there he will go to special invitations fail to reach their taken on the "tour" is being kepta
first for a long time, and reports crop Loretta, where he will be for a weekin destination, it is hoped that this will secret adds mystery to the affair, 1 Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street tlMMMIIIIUM
flourishing in that locality.Mr. the annual retreat with the priestsof not prevent the attendance of any of,and the party is being eagerly an- I
the diocese of St. Augustine.Miss the church's people. ticipated. .. ..., '" "

and Mrs. Warner and daugh- I --- ---- -
Eunice Murphy, who has spent
ters, Teresa and Mary and Miss Bertha BOB MAGRUDER ILL "AT HOME"
have returned from a several winters studying voice culture Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and GARAGEOne
in New York City, returned last quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers -
several days' outing at Daytona evening and will spend the summer' & Gore. Try it. The friends of Bob Magruder will The following card issued yesterdayis of the busy spots in Orlandois
Beach. I be sorry to learn that he is quite sick the cause of much pleasant ex- the San Juan Garage. Fort and I
with her mother, Mrs. Jeanette R.
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Mr. Lawton and Miss Millie Smithwill and to room pectation among the members of Or- Rogers, the proprietors, are doing a
While you are resting and reading I to have him on his lando's social circle
sing a duet at the morning ser- physicians 'I : large repair business and are rebuilding
today, look over the list of automo- Mrs. J. W. Owsteen of Altamonteand I vice of the Presbyterian church to- feet in a few days. The Lawtons many cars and in this line of *
biles and schedule of prices in the ad Mrs. J. M. Tracy of Jacksonville,: day. at home work they seem to excell as the rebuilt -
of the San Juan. It will make you were in Orlando yesterday and left)I t NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS' |! Wednesday, June twenty-fifth cars that they put out give satI
feel cool and rested. via Seabord for Jacksonville where, Mrs. B. F. Whitner and daughter,' MEETING 'i nineteen hundred thirteento isfaction. They have sold a numberof

Mrs. M. A. Collins and Mrs. V. D. Mrs. Owsteen will visit with Mrs.I Elizabeth, will arrive tomorrow from meet these cars and paid the Sentinel a I)i
Moore, respectively mother and sis- Tracy. Sanford and will be the houseguestof The Board of Orange Sounty Com- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr. ;,very high compliment by saying that I
ter of Mrs. J. W. White, came up I Mrs. L. G. Starbuck for several missioners will meet in the Court !! their advertisements in the Sentinel
yesterday and will spend several Miss Dorothy Slemons went to days. House on Monday, July 7, for the, Mr. W. R. O'Neal, Miss Mabel!I i have always brought good results.
weeks with the latter. Jacksonville yesterday where she will purpose of equalizing taxes. All parties O'Neal and Miss Mary Branham returned -I
visit her sister Mrs. R. P. Marks and Amos W. Corbett, of St. Augustine, interested will take notice. II: to the city yesterday after a\ NOTICE '
Wilton Lodge, Turnerville, Haber- later will visit her aunt, Mrs. S. J. has again been elected mayor of that pleasant motor trip to the coast. \1 A very important meeting of the .
sham county, Georgia. In Blue Ridge Taylor of Norristown, Tenn. I city over his opponent by a large ma-.I."We had a dream, a strange wild II Municipal League will be held next
section. Nearby Tallulah Falls-Ef- jority.Dr. dream. ELECTRIC TREATMENTS I Monday night, June 23rd at whichall
eellent fare-sleeping porches. Rates The weather bureau declares that 'Twas night and all was still and: I All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for members are requester to attend.W. .
reasonable. 6-22 2t this June has been the coldest on T. J. Slattery, a prominent citizen We Their dreamed little the printer's people bill.came paid the month of June. Dr. Bennett, H. PALMER,
record. Those who pity Floridians I of LaBelle, died suddenly a few We wish our dream would come to I Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm Secretary.
Mr. James L. Giles left on number supposedly stewing should read the I dags ago from an attack of ap- pass,
SO yesterday for Atlanta Ga., daily temperatures at Jacksonville poplexy. I And our empty coffers fill, I ------ -- -- -------------

where he will attend a director'smeeting which have been invariably lower Tar-ump-te-a-de-diddle-dum" ;
of the Empire Life Insurance than in New Haven day after day, T. W. Cline, who has a truck farmon Tar-umpteiddledill
Company. He will be absent several and where on June 11 grate fires Joshua Creek, west of. Arcadia, WANTED-Sewing of any kind by I
days and no doubt will encounter hot- were started.Times, Shore Line, says he has made $324.80 off pro- Mrs. Elmer Holland. Also rooms to AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
ter weather than he left in Orlando. Conn. duce raised on one acre of ground. rent. 19 Boone Street 6213t.

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

I guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped

Mondays ProgramTHREE I' and ready to run.
Theatre II h

\ :I 1 1912 Touring Car, Complete $500

I II'I' OUR SPECIAL FEATURE TONIGHT ::1 I 11910 Regal, 4 Passenger. $300

Changed Daily. ; A new sensation in two reels, featuring the flight of aero ONE 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR.PASSENGER, EX-
i planes in many daring feats. The two aviators are in love with TRA TIRE-FULLY EQUIPPED- AxAA

: Betty who promises to accept the winner of the race. Newell, SHOCK ABSORBERS ETC., _________ JpOUU
i fearful lest he lose, disables Van Arsdale's machine which

FIRST SHOW, < < 7il5 P.M I suddenly drops to the ground burying him beneath the
wreckage. Van Arsdale loses the race but wins the prize. 'i HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES

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I Business Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified adver-
London that are unfriendly -
ulf Refining LO. tisements) received after 10 o'clock
to the Woman's Suffrage midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
movement only print the statistics Classify" column.

that are prejudicial to her interestsin Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- :
111111 proximately, 30 words time 25
-one ,
demanding the ballot and ignore
cents; three times 60 ants; one week
the facts in her favor. We have no Kerosene (six daily and one weekly editions) .i

sympathy with lawlessness in any $1.00; one month, $3.00. I

form and it matters not by whose
Gasoline Money to loan on improved prop- : YOUR SEWER
hands. But it must be said in all
erty. S. Y. WAY. :
truthfullness that the London police

and many of the city officials has LubricatingOils FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger :
contributed to the lawless practices touring car. Large and roomy.
of the suffragettes.One and Greases

Englishman suggested colonizing BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice :
suburb in east part of the city. Carl
on some remote part of British I Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAoent Jensen.

possessions, these women who persistin
violating the laws of the land. .4HM FOR RENT-Nice newly furnised ;i
rooms. All conveniences. Near in I
Another Englishman thought they to permanent parties. $1.50 a week :, I
might be sent to some of the English j 1 up. Brick house, large verandas. 401 i

penal colonies or put to work in the I 1: West St. Cor South. Phone 578. 6-17-6t i

South African diamond mines. One I PHONES 12Ji{ journalist proposed that they be forced 1 to the Northeast of the

to work upon the roads after the Orlando FloridaOrchids i t jl still have some choice lots there.I I and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which
: Carl Jensen.
penal system in some of the southern will be some months hence. ,

t states of America. FOR RENT-Five room cottage with ,
Following is a schedule of suffrage all modern conveniences. Garage I Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con
!1 for auto horse and Ii I
or buggy. Apply
developments compiled from the crim- destroyed in Kew Gardens. i 515 East street. 5-15 tf I Ii tracts with you now to make these connections any time ,
inal records of the police departmentand Much damage to Golf Links. House

the public prints: leaded by Mr. Lloyd George damagedby i CHAPMAN HOUSE within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city, I

1905 bomb. Railway stations, houses,I Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 for 13 cents per foot.

Miss Christobal Pankhurst and MissA. and sports pavilions burnt. Vitriol West Central avenue. Mrs. M Mc-

Kenney imprisoned at Manchester used and shots fired at meeting. I I Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo. Give this work to your home company and we are
for disturbing a Liberal demonstration. Bomb explosion Oxted Station.
Roberta Branch will be pleased to here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and
Empty train wrecked by bomb.
take limited number of for
1906 Famous pictures damaged at Man- a you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
piano study, and is inter-
The House of Commons Ladies' Gal- chester. Bomb found in a Kingston especially t
ested in beginners. Lessons at with work and is
lery cleared. Women arrested for train. Endeavor to blow up York given our same inspected by city plumbing
pupils' homes if so desired. .
raising the House. Sixteen women Herald Offices. Bomb explodes in inspector and certified to by him.

sentenced to imprisonment. Newcastle C C. Offices; bomb found I 6-19 tf i

1907 under the Bishop's throne at St. TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE

Over a hundred sentenced for raidson Paul's; and bombs (some "sacres") Royals, Fox-both new and slightly

Parliament. A meeting held by found in other places Home Office used, one rebuilt machine and one

Mr. Lewis Harcourt broken up. Mr. forbids Suffragette meetings. Wo- I second hand Underwood. ,

McKenna prevented from speaking at man's Suffrage Bill defeated. Raidon i I Call at my office and see bargains i

Brighton. the W. S. P. U. Headquarters by in Typewriters and Fireproof Iron I

1908 the police. Safes. C. S. McEWAN.

Women seek to interrupt Cabinet NOTICE 6-13 tf. The F. JOSEPH RAEHN
meeting and chain themselves to rail- -- FORWENT- ;.
In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit, Orange:
ings in Downing Street. 47 sentencedfor .
County, Florida. In Chancery.C.
On Coronado Beach, a six room cottage
raid on Parliament. Windows of W. Goodrich,
vs. Bill to Foreclose Bond for Title well furnished, large comfortable -
Mr. Asquith's house broken and 30 1 Howard-Packard Land Companqa Plumbing and Heating Go. i iHIIMMMIMM
arrests. '24 arrests for "rushing' 'the corporation, and Albert Fisher.To rooms, barn for horse. Specialrate
Albert Fisher
I : if rented to Sept. 1st. Apply to,
House of Commons. It appears from the affidavit of C. W. Goodrich -
herein duly filed that he is the com- F. J. NIEMEYER,

1909 spondent plainant in Albert the foregoing Fisher is bill a ;resident that the of re-a 6-21 4t Longwood, Fla. . . . . . " " ,' 4+W
Raids in Downinw Street. A suffra- state other than this state towit: That he ,,,4 MtmtlMHMi 4*" HIMIMHIStmW'H +**. IIII..
gette starts for the House of Com- is a resident of the City of Detroit, in the EVERY BODY'S DOING IT .
State of Michigan: and that there is no per- -
mons in an air-ship. Five chain i son in the State of Florida the service of a Automobiling, we are open for dates
themselves to statutes in St. Stephen's i| subpoena, and upon that whom the age would of said bind respondent said defendant -p I picnic parties, or a crowd for an t

Lobby. 108 arrested at the House.! is unknown.You evening drive. Call 360 or ask for I SJECr.8-:
are therefore ordered to appear to this
Window breaking in Downing Street. Bill on Monday, the 4th day of August, A. D. C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf(
A 'I 1913, the same being a rule day of this Court.
corrosive acid into
put Bermondsey It is further ordered that this notice be pub- 1C I Ii I IJ
ballot-boxes. A stained-glass window lished for four successive weeks in the South FOR RENT | FRIDAY and SATURDAY

broken at the Guild hall. Mr. Winston -I Florida Orange County Sentinel, ,Florida.a newspaper published in Nice large rooms, furnished. Con II

Churchill hit with a dog-whip I Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the Circuit venient for business people, also light i TA'MPADAIRYCO I
Court, and the seal thereof, this the 21st ,

at Bristol. 1910 Ii day of June By ,M A.A.D.. HOWARD M.1913.B. ROBINSON. D. C.Clerk. house with or keeping.without board Delightful Terms location very L f TAMPA I J 30 cent Novelly Crepe e at m Cent ts

119 arrests at Westminster. Down t SEAL reasonable. Address, "C" care
ing street Raid; 159 arrests. Pre- Attorneys for Complainant. tinel office. -

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t mier's windows broken.1911 1,.I NOTICEIn I FOR Colonial SALE-New Park. $1150 house, and easy lot payments in- ''I JJ cent Voiles at l 20 tent

nth Judicial Circuit, OrangeCounty
Procession of 40,000 women in I''I. Circuit,Court Florida. J. F. SCHUMAN, I SATISFIEDWith

London. Mr. Lloyd George struck,by I iNattley McKain. I Sentinel Office.
I vs. Divorc i
an attache case thrown by a man i|Mary M. tr Kain I NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS
Suffragist ,To Mary M. McKainI : : I II MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
for the
I It appears from the affidavit of Nattlej' Bids will be received over
1912 McKain herein duly filed that he is the I hauling and construction of rooms in I
I complainant in the above entitled cau-, and "Just as Good because the
West-End shop windows broken.W. that to the best of his knowledge and belief the Court House for jury quarters. Agents for Barclay Corsets
S. P. U. leaders charged; Miss I the yond Respondent the limits, of Mary the M.State McKain of Florida resides be-I Plans and specifications will be on file chances are 100 to 1 that the

Christabel Pankhurst escapes to I her residence is Cutler, Ohio; that she is over in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit "Just as good" is in reality infer- ,
of and that there
the age twenty-one years ior.
Paris. Suffragette sentenced for in- is no person in the State of Florida upon Court. Bids will be received up
cendiarism at G. P. 0. Leaders sen- { whom service of a subpoena would bind the to the meeting of the Board of Coun-
respondent POINSETTIAIce
tenced for conspiracy. Bomb foundin I You are therefore ordered to appear to this ty Commissioners on the First Mon-
| Bill on Monday the 4th day of August A. D.
Mr. McKenna's room at the Home being Rule Day of this day in July.
1913. the same a Cream, is in a class
Office. Attempts to fire Ministers (' Court It is further ordered that this notice be By order of County Commissioners.B. ALL BY IT'S SELF. I SEWER CONNECTIONhouse
houses. Attempt to fire Theater Royal published in ,the South Florida Sentinel, a M. ROBINSON, Clerk. We make it that way.
I newspaper published in Orlando, Florida, for Cream, Sterilized i
Dublin; a hatchet thrown at Mr. four successive weeks. --- --" Pure
Asquith (it hit Mr. Redmond). At- Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Cir. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt Inspected and passed. Man- ,.
I cult Court and the seal thereof this the 20th the solicitation of many citi- ufactured under ideal sanitary I
tacks on pillar-boxes. Signal tied up day of June, A. D. 1913. conditions. Don't accept -
I B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk. zens of Orlando, I have consented to

on railway. 1913 I By M. A. HOWARD. D. -C.-- be a candidate for the office of Al- a substitute. connections to the sewer mains should
Windows broken. Case in Jewel I Money to loan on improved prop derman, to fill the vacancy made by while <<
FOR SALE BY be made now. Sign now your
Room at Tower of London broken." erty. S. Y. WAY. the resignation of Mr. Seegar.If t

I elected, I will act impartially in street is being worked on so as to have street
all matters and in the interest of all V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO.

the people. opened up finished.


I hereby announce my candidacyfor 11Spliella i
alderman to fill the vacancy made

by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar

Regular DownpourOF subject to the election called for same F.D. Harvey & Co.

and if elected will endeavor to fill Lorsets

same to the interest of the city.

Respectfully, Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.
GEO. A. BARKER.To (Not Sold in Stores) ;
( July 8-
\\rar a corset made to fit you. Ask HIMIIHIIMIIIIIIMItHMMIimilMiMHMMIiillllMIMMMMHHMMIHMMHHIMi
for a demonstration. Call or tend postcard T

11?' securing your personal ''I :OS West St., Cor.CORSET South. Orlando PARLORS, Fla.

clear needs money now, you than can by make any day'swork more I i t MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK Corsetiere B1'1Ckl Brick KI! Brick KI!


you have ever done Everything NOTICEIn

41? Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit, Orange CEMENT BRICKThese
in our store is being sold County, Florida.
Godina M. Land,
at a sacrifice.Be M. H. vs.Land. Divorce. Brick are better than Clay' Brick

To M. IL Land
sure and visit our store. It It appears from the affidavit of Godina M.
fOur Land, herein duly filed, that she is the com- and they are cheaper
Remem- plainant in the above entitled cause; that the
will eventually pay you. "sweets" are standards of pur- defendant is a resident of Orlando, Orange
County Florida, but that he has been absent
ber lookers are welcomed as politely ity and deliciousness by which you more than sixty days next preceeding 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. Every chocolate, every bonbon, would bind said defendant; and that the de- I Maker of Artificial Stone
every confection of whatever sort that I fendant is over the age of twenty-one years. ,
You are therefore ordered to appear to this
( is sold here represents the highest Bill on Monday the first day of September.
Ave R. R.
I A. D., 1313 the same being a Rule Day of ; Telephone 159 Livingston : on
standard of genuine purity and excel this CourtIt I
lence. is further ordered that this notice be MllllltMIMttiGOING
& Larti \ published for eight consecutive weeks, in the
Brown ue A single trial of your favorite con South Florida Sentinel a newspaper published - -
in Orange County Florida.
t fection bought here will convince you Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Cir- AWAY? ", GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfe
that this is THE establishment to cuit Court and the seal thereof, this the 14th If so, don't forget to have the Daily I tions at about one-third less than

Men's and Boys' Outlitters I I always patronize. day of June B.A.M.D. ROBINSON 1913. Clerk. Sentinel follow you-mailed every day :.ual list prices. Full line in stock.
By M. A. Howard D. C. W. PHILLIPS & SON 6 E.
home. No extra Churcj
to summer
!' (SEAL) your I II.
BUTT'S Handy Kitchen STARBUCK A: STABBUCK charge. street.
Attorocn for Complainant I I t



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lo Approach to God Except by Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. HIGH CLASS MOTI' 1Monday's 1\

Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. '\
Jesus Says Pastor Russell -

: Statement of the Orlando Bank and
I Progr
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flan Needs God-Not In Affliction 1 Trust Co., at Close of Business

Merely-Also to Perfect Joy-Many April 16th, 1913-The Sen- "BARRED FROM THE MAILS" . . Thanh" '
Repelled Erroneous Creed.Bro.ken
vHearts-Wounded Hearts. i, enth Anniversary of A lively and mirthful farce-comedy drama. A laur I

Yearning Hearts-The Gospel Message its Existence in every scene. t
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Peace.ReconciliationJoyNewness ?
Is Such-It Speaks
to of ': T, )( sriir "YOUTH AND JEALOUSY" . . . .AmericanA
Life-Christians God's Ambassadors. I I \ RESOURCESLoans Western farce-drama, in which a troublesome t
4 writer of libelous notes finds justice in an unexpected .x
Vancouver, B.C., I II II and Discounts. ..$363,197.83 quarter, many amusing incidents throughout the pic-
J uneOur city Overdrafts .. .. .. ... ... 922.82 true. .
U once more hon-
Real Estate, Furnitureand
from ored Pastor by a Rus visit v r Fixtures .. . .. 25,353.44 LADY'S. BOOTS" . . . . . Majestic $

sell. We report I kii Stocks and Bonds . .. 26,018.33 A romance of the Civil War, in which love and strife hare
one of his addresses Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 strangely mixed at General Lees headquarters. i
on a topic of

vital Interest to prEp I ; Total .. ... .. .. .. .$789,260.08 I NOTE THE MANY FINE PICTURES COMING THIS .}
thoughtful people
ners come Into relationship r I Tuesday-"Children of St. Anne" the Great Creole drama ;

with j Capital Stock .. .. .....?$100,000.00 I in two reels.1Vednesday"The.
_rrASTO u5SiLi I God? __His text i Surplus and Undivided : Eternal Sacrifice" one reel.

was, "We nave an \: Profits .. .... .. ... ... .. 2 ,lH.55 : Thursday-"A Slave's Devotion" Civil War Drama.
Ihe Advocate with the Father 2:1., Jesus Christ Deposits .... ........ ... 665,115.53 : two reels. ,
Ii Friday"The Kiss"Saturday"The
Impressively the Pastor reminded us
hat humanity is so constructed as to Total .............. .$789,260.08 : Marbel Heart," two reels.
have a longing for God and for I i I .
uperhuman care and guidance, es- I I : "LUCERNE" The Show that's Always Worth While. :
tally in life's difficulties. He de- I I Deposits April 4, 1913.$592,875.65 I : Mutual Film Service Exclude the Best Pictrues I
blaml that phrenologically veneration .
by test.THE
16, 1913. our
and spirituality are located in the Deposits April 665,115.53Increase

wn of the bead as though they United States Government State and County Depository in 12 days .$ 72,239.88 I 11 '.III"'IIIIIIIII'IIIIII" lllllllllll'IIIIIIIIII"1
property should dominate the entire J ,-

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in.. humanltv still worships.. however
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-an image an idol, a creed another MARKETOf
luman being.
The Pastor showed conclusively frome
Bible that Satan, man's great ene- W.M.SLEMONSwhere
y. has in various ways attempted to Cleanliness Of Quality :
.irate us from God and the Bible,
id proportionately tfc darken our un-
lerstandlng with human traditions,

ur Beds wonderful superstitions.day however In the light God's of Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

Ime has come for binding Satan and FISH AND GAME
berating his prisoners
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

The moment we begin to exercise people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
lur reason, the Adversary seems to
ouble his energies to hold us and
ck from the truth. As St. Paul : Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $tOO kind. They are

Dints out Satan la an adept at put- known all over the country as one of the best makes, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Ling "light for darkness and darkness :
or light. When his dupes begin to We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $,50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 everything in the Meat Line. ,

Ink and inquire, his method seems : We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.

be to pose as a reformer to mis- We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
sad them Into theories speculation, or : The PARLOR MARKET
ato occult systems. Thus many today, Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

the Pastor declared, have stepped out : We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
Of Ignorance and superstition merely to ,
entrapped by other superstitions, or I $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25. E M. Self & Co.

by Agnosticism, Evolution Higher : Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.
Iticiam. He urged his hearers to '
Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
old fast the Word of God. : 18-20 PINE STREET
The Pastor declared the trend of I TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
odern thought to be away from the I
Bible, from thought of personal sin, I Phone No. 80vieVWiWI
personal condemnation, a personal Redeemer '
and personal salvation. The
tendency is to think of and discuss civ W. M. SLEMONS
Be righteousness outward moralities
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litlcal progress social salvation. ,, ... -- .
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tual forces. The Pastor would not l
understood as opposing any humanitarian -
work. He declared that even 1IIIIIIIe.lllllllllllllllelllllllJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIS 'I"IIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIII
unwise efforts prove beneficial to their I I
movers even though failures in them- ,
Ives, on the principle that no mann
attempt a good work for another
without being himself blessed. i I j Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I IS

A Personal God and Savior. their way by choosing the wrong road to success. I
The Pastor then showed that modern I
lucatlon hnot only undermined the THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J You simply cannot fail to attract new

|Word of God,but has In many instances, II HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign I It acts
destroyed faith in a personal Creator
and abolished the thought vl the soul's I DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I
|need of a personal Savior, in the Bib- i trade within its reach: That is the reason
heal sense. Hence many pose as Christians ; MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
and declare their faith In a "god ; they command the attention of( buyers
Natures-whatever that may REFUNDED.
[Similarly, their highest conception I I
[that Jesus was a great Teacher withan For Every Store OwnerNo
[ uplifting, civilizing message.All I I
this is unsatisfactory to a hungry B. Salomon OrlandotMMMMitMIIMMMMMMtMlilttMMMHHMIIIIMMMMMHMMIIIimHIMf
Dill-mere chaff. We need to pet back I matter how small his business, the Elec-.

the Bible. We need the Bible presentation tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I
that God can have no sympathy :
with sin and no dealings with sinners advertising.-
In the way of recognizing them, I J Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub I
givIng them everlasting life, etc. mitlHMiltMMMtMiMmiMIHMMMMIMMMtt.
We need also to see something of JCt' i19T91NGRAVI I j mit a sketch.
tie Love of God, manifested through No Trouble Us .No You.
I TRll9R.. I WE OFFER YOU to -- Expense to
Jesus. From Him we bear the Message I
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of the Kingdom-that God Intend I
hat ultimately Messiah shall become JTOVAUBIBTAHPIMAI. .
he great King of earth authorized to .PR9MPT MAIL ORDER JtftYlCC-1 c

lift mankind up out of sin and dE'graI" -------------.1 W T[ & lI T L CO5

Illation and obedient, and to to restore human all perfection the willing In a''i 1 III''" For the Least I

torld-wlde Eden. I ,...,..
Then comes the Gospel Invitation to WELCOME TO ,n' COOK WITH GASSubscribe
lall believers to become joint-heirs in [I
[that Kingdom which Is to bless all the I( ROYAL PAUl I:L Tender JuicyMeatsYou nft IWWMK Q66030 *ftWMKMW _

[families of the earth. This the Pastor j --. ------ -- ----
said Is what St Paul calls "ourhigh ,
calling of God In Christ" Jesus j BARBER SHOPModern 1\\ can always depend on getting the best at our For The Sentinel.IttlllllllltllttMtltMMIIIIIilllitlltiltllltMill
assures us that this class will sit with .
HU market, and yon will find there is a wonderful difference -
Him in Hb Throne and share
and Complete. .
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tory. In the First Resurrection. in
I am convinced said the Pastor, that Everything new, individual
any hearts are longing for God. It J electric attachments at every
one thing to know about God and chair. No atone has been left meats.TFpiGut REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER I
sus.. about the Divine Plan, the se- unturned L
to this shop ..
iiectlon of the Church, and the Mlll nplum. t
In which Messiah will bless and meet th erequirements of the Horse and Buggy day $2.50 :
[uplift all mankind but It U quite a cost particular. Plenty of | BOONE STREET ORLANDO FLA. per t
I (&
different matter to know how to come room. Courteous attendants. 1-2 day 1.50
jto The God Pastor and be realties of the Church that he cUsa.hi* titer ELIJAH Proprietor.WHITEHEAD, PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50 I

responsibility because of the than twelve any mfllloni otberaUter I Orange Are, Orlando Fit. IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllRead 1-2 day 2.50 t \

Intelligent people who read his er- \
lawns weekly. He Invite*.correipondee -
J. B. & Son
from each Magruder ;
a I the Sentinel
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Social Problems : I
Louis C. Massey, President. '-
often led
Good men and women are i
value of efforts to social
to doubt
T. Picton Wallow Viee.Pr& 8. Waters Bow, cuM
Howard C. Btbeock. Au't Cuhfer Samuel A.NewelL Au't Cukkr and political reforms.The .
question whether the progressof
the age bears any proportion to the
THESTATE activity of the reformers is one that
I What is theCHRISTMAS
puts men upon enquiry, many times
with doubtings and fears.
There are evidences of great pro-

BANK gress along many lines and yet close
analysis makes it appear like a tread SAVING ;

mill proposition. The ground slides .tC
away from the reformer in about the C

same proportion to his activities. The .
/ of OrlandoTHE world grows better and the world I
grows worse all at the same time. I
The tide ebbs and the tide flows
every day and evermore. We send i ,

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND our missionaries to foreign lands toj I Merely a number of people who arrange to systematicallysave ,
"- reforms and Christianity, yet
x carry every wave of the distant sea that I I certain odd pennies each week uith the positive as-

comes rolling to our shore brings on j( surance that they till receive a check (\\eeksbefore 1
its heaving bosom, a life palpitating j I
The Bank which transacts more business than I with criminal ideas who stop on our i Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa shores and we feel the sand sliding j I
back from under our feet. I
I So it will always be found that there I II t

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up is a social undertow, complimentary i

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I to the rythmic flow of social and political -! You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
progress, and it is only here I i
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate and there the the efforts of a higher | '

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis humanity makes permanent encroach-I The 2 cents the first 1
ments upon the shores of $11
reuected in the large amount of deposits. indifference. week "club" nets you .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Reforms chase each other like the F

waves along the surface of the deep,
in quick succession, but they come .
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur and go with the regularity of the
tides, and the man of good purpose IT WORTH WHILE !
almost despairs of ever striking
grounds where the sands do not slip
correspondent banks are located in every part of
away.This has been true of reform Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
that has ever swept the world, andso or better still join some club now. "
United States. long as the world stands must \ ii
prove true. And yet were it not for : >i *
MiMMiMIIMMMMMIMiMIMIIMiillllliiHiiti the efforts of the good men and women -
I at reform the tide would always
MRS. MERCK HOSTESS ORLANDO TEMPERATURE ebb and humanity would be swallowed -
The National
up in the abyss.In \ Peoples Bank

Another pretty party was given for Week ending Saturday, June 21, 1913. all our efforts at reform we are
Miss Eula Smith on yesterday after- --- obliged to take into account, not only "It is a pleasure to serve you."
noon, when her sister, Mrs. N. J. the natural gravitation of humanityto

Merck entertained delightfully with vice, but the fierce opposition offered

auction bridge. to by all those interested in the ill II.Ul U.I.M.I i i
++++ t++ t+tfrt+ +
The guests included four tables of .V.cto II) perpetuation of vice. Vice of every IIMMiMMIIMM

players, and the games proved most I sort has its interested adherents and
s ....?
interesting. Miss Anne Estelle Giles friends, who are always aroused to lilMIIIMItlllMlttltlMtllMMHIIMIMM .
made the highest score for the afternoon Max. Min. I activity by the attacks upon it by
.. .. .. .. .. .
winning a pretty deck of Sunday 93 65 the better elements of society. A :
cards; Mrs. Nolan finding a box of Monday .. ... .... .. 95 65 I great movement against intemperance :
"Nunallys" a pleasant consolation.A Tuesday .............. 95 66 always generates a powerful : YOWELL'SUMMER $
......... ...
dainty powder box of pink was Wednesday 92 75 counter movement, of great intensity .
the guest prize given Miss Smith.A Thursday .......... .. 92 70 and tenacity. The waves of achieve- :
very attractive color scheme was Friday ... ... .. .. 92 67 ment may roll in grand and strong :
d used, the pink rose design on the tally Saturday .. . . 93 681 but in their backward roll are boundto
cards matching the shade of the exquisite I I carry back a certain number of :
blossoms placed in vases OVIEDO I drunkards, ruined men and fallen wo :
throughout the house. The pencilswere men. This treacherous undertow is : % IS HERE
of pale blue and attached to the Oviedo, June 21.-Miss Perris, of a condition that will ever confront us,
cards by dainty cords of the same Key West, is spending the summer and it will ever strew the shores of :
color. with her cousin, Mrs. Marion Drawdy. time with human wrecks, and filth
After the playing, white covers William Clarke, who is employedwith from the underworld.At I And we are able to show you the most
were placed on the card tables and the Florida East Coast at Whit times the waves of opposition to I :

the guests served to delicious fruit, ney, is visiting his mother. social purity and political integrity : UP-TO-DATE LINE in READY-TO-
ice cream, cakes and bon-bons, Mrs. Mrs. Dumas, of Palatka, has returned roll higher and more fierce than at :
Merck being prettily aided by Mrs. after a pleasant visit with relatives others, and it is only by the efforts I
WEAR and PIECE GOODS shownin
Joseph Bumby and Miss Agnes Per- on Jessup avenue. of heroic men and women, who with : ever
son. Mr. Sessions and Mr. and Mrs. Olsen strong purpose in their hearts throw :

Among those present were Misses I were visitors from Winter Garden out the life line and man the lifeboats I Orlando.We .

Smith, Rita Lawton, Antoinette Siemens Sunday. and many times they are almost 1
Ada Bumby, Willie and Jean Per-I Charles McCulley, took a merry 1 submerged in the waves of op ,
son, ;\nn \\Estelle Giles, Bessie party to Clay Springs last week. position. But with unfaltering righteousness I
adn Mtsdameg Leonard Bumby, Louis I The Woodmen gave a social to their they bend to the oar and
Dolive, Thorny! Broadwater, II'\\n.1 I friends and families last Friday night. soon ride the waves victorious.It just received a shipment of Italian Few pieces of Corduroy and Welt Pique
Dunn Elmer Lott Arthur Everybody enjoyed the evening. Sand- takes strong, barve men and women -
Silk Ratine, colors Oyster White, Neil left, Colors, Light Blue, Lavender and
Ben Lawton, George Nolan and Jo- wiches, cake, punch and delicious ice I to be reformers.In .
seph Bumby. cream were served. I the business world, the work Rose and Champagne, at White, all on three tables at
Mrs. J. II. King was the pleasant of reform requires even more heroic

ORLANDO THEATRES hostess of the Magazine Club last 1 effort and more strenuous remedies. 65c per Yard27inch 17, 24 and 28c per Yard i
Friday afternoon. The subject, "Trav I For the evils are more deep seated
eling," was read and discussed. The and mote far reaching and consequently -
It is greatly to the credit of our I I
vocal solo by Mrs. Crawford was much a more different proposition.Men .
theatre owners that they make as
class appreciated by all. Delicious refreshments I of means and influence combine
great: endeavor to furnish high
entertainment to our home people in were served by the hostess, as- ;!i and steal railroads, steal public Satin Finish Charmeuse, Dot colors 27-inch Crepe Ratine, just the latest for
furnish in the sisted by her daughters.Children's I lands and mines. Men combine to ...::::a
winter the summer when as the they city is flooded with day was celebrated by control the necessities of life and in Light Blue, White and Yellow, at Summer Dresses at27c

the pupils of the Methodist Sunday their greed are willing to see men go
strangers and theatres mightily packed -
with people. school on the third lord's Day. The half clad, women half fed, and child- 53c per Yard per Yard

Without exception Orlando has church was beautifully decorated and ren unkempt and underfed. They

theaters equal to the best in the there was a large and appreciative even are willing to press impure milkto
audience. the of innocent babes and
State and the proprietors of each the lips
Grand the Lucerne and the Favoriteare The superintendent, J. II. Lee, expressed adulterated foods to the mouths o f

owned by representative citizensof his appreciation of the work hungry mothers. Full Line of BIIIC T I ITS I ai Prices
Orlando who are bent on giving and progress of the school and a Laws are made and men make a Popular

their fellow citizens as clean and high splendid program was rendered by the noble fight on these corrupt practices,
in pupils. only to find that when this evil is
class shows as are given anywhere
the world. Much of the success of this pleas- cured a more threatening cancerous
People must have entertainment.The ing occasion is due to Mrs. 0. P. growth has started in another place
demands and Swope and her committee, also Miss and in another form.
mind a play ground
loses its efficiency if it neglects the Frances Allison, who presided at the In politics men of high and holy N. P. YOWELLi
play time. These picture shows afford organ, and Mr. Cheseman, who provided purpose will rise up and do battle I: .
clean wholesome entertainmentthat and assisted in the decorations. against the wiles and wickedness of

will have a refreshing influenceover designing men and no sooner have
the mind.It We respectfully invite the citizens they cleared the arena of these, than
costs money and lots of it to furnish if Orlando to investigate prices in other and even more ugly faces are Big White Store
: found creeping in and fastening themselves i
these shows and we are sure home stores and compare them with .
that the people of Orlando appreciatethe any other city and then say whether. upon the body politic.
I Thus it becomes the reformer of .elllllllllllttIIDI'IDleC il .ll.Itlttl
efforts of our play house ownersin or not there is any excuse for goingout .
of every age and of departmentof i ------ -- -
their behalf. town to buy goods. every = --- -- -
All will run during the summer I life to be ever on the alert and I ;THE FAVORITE MONDAY DRAINAGE PROJECT FOR SALE

same as winter. Yesterday seems to have ben a ever ready for service. "Power of the Cross," Nestor-a ., -
Boost your own town by boosting busy "day all around. The Cook Automobile But the efforts for right are never powerful western drama. I I j The Hunter Land Company, the McCoy Practically new Rambler Automobile
your own store, by bujngour Company sold three Buick lost and right itself will always pre- "The Chaperones," Champion-a : Land Company and citizens of equipped with Presto lights
goods at home. car One to Mr. Louis Pike, Sr., vail. Reforms may come disappoint- splendid comedy. Taft are planning a huge drainage curtains, windshield, speedometer,,
and one to Louis Pike, Jr., prosperous ingly slow but come they will, and "Indian Dances," BisonshowingIndian project for that section of the country clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra
Sanford invites the Sentinel forceto stock men of Bay Rkijre. good men will prevail. life and pastime in the great I There is no better land in the tire, tube and complete set tools and
and help celebrate the West. I state than in that locality and when accessories.Also .
come Fourth. Last night at midnight, you were BARGAIN IN A PRESS Coming "Seigfried/'Ambro-! :' once drained will rapidly fill up with !
birth of the new county on the has auto trunk with two suit
in the balance and today, you will sio-a great three-reel drama. j settlers who will make it the garden I
but in much as we for
Now that's nice, as cases touring. Reason for sell-
have arranged for a glass of lemonadeand gradually go downward. The hoursof Two revolution, seven-column quarto Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. |i spot of Orange county. I ing have no further use for carAddress
crackers for that day reached the pinacle yesterdayand Campbell press. Does good work.A Admission five cents to all. I
of' fire
bunch P. 0.
a for and Box 87
Shanibarger's bicycles City.
the decline. Such
now they are on bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando -
remain at ,
advisable to
day, it seems are the changings of the seasons. Fla. Subscribe for the Sentinel Sundries. tf LpageS.26tfc
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