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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 24, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
 Notes
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
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DAILY SENTINEL




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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 24TH, 1913. NUMBER 115VALSIIINFOliMER .

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\ ORlANDO. GOOD I PALMER \WAS SnOT ADJOURNED MEETING MERCHANTANDYIFE\ PUT UNDER BANDY



OF POLICEIS DEAD ROADS 'BOOSURS I WtlIlf\ AT CHURCH OF CITY COUNCIL snOT AND KILLED SENATORFLETCHER


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FORMER CAPTAIN HAD BEEN ( I PARTY OF OVER FIFTY BUSINESSMEN TROUBLE SAID TO HAVE BEEN I PARK MATTER LAID OVER UNTIL. J. T. HEWELL AND: WIFE CALLED ACTION: OF FLORIDA SENATOR:

CARRIED TO COURT TO HELP FROM ORANGE COUNTY I DUE TO TIlE MARRIAGE OF I I THURSDAY B. MAGRUDER FROM THEIR BEDS AND: BRUTALLY ,II WILL SAVE FOR GOVERNMENT

CONVICT FOUR FORMER INSPECTORS TOUR PINELLAS COUNTY WOUNDED MAN TO THE : APPLIES FOR ELECTRIC IUHDEHEDS.- I| HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS

OF CONSPIRACY AND THE WEST COASTIn I OTHER'S SISTER I LIGHT FRANCHISE SASSINS CAPTURED! I DURING EACH YEAR

New York, June 23.Former Police a dozen touring cars, a party of I Tallahassee, June 23.-During the I Council met in adjourned session Macon, Ga., June 23.-J. T. Hewell, ; Washington, June :23.: -URder the
Captain Thomas W. Walsh died at :fifty seven members of the Orlando !j I church services at Evan church about I' last night. j a country merchant at Long Branch, : leadership of Senator Fletcher, its
5:45 o'clock yesterday morning at his board of trade, good roads boosters,! six o'clock last evening Nason Revells'' J. B. Magruder was present and near Dublin, and his wife were murdered :!( chairman, the joint cumr.tttee on
home, Madison avenue and One Hun- ;arrived in the city Wednesday morning i'[I shot John Palmer six times, three i:i I asked for a franchise allowing him early yesterday morning, after', printing of the two houses on congress -
dred and Twenty-fifth street. from Tampa on their way to St. !'j''I shots taking effect, one in his stom.ach to lay electric light wires and ground, heith .:allJ.;:; from their; beds. Blood- has embarked on an administration -
The certificate of his physician will Petersburg. They started from Or- and the others in his chest. saying that he wanted to have his; hounds placed on the trail led the of economy that promises to
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set forth that Bright's disease and lando Tuesday morning and covered Palmer was unarmed, except for a j machinery shipped at once, but want- posse to the cabin of three negroes, effect a saving of several hundred
angina pectoris were the causes of Kissimmee, Hayes City, Florence Villa!' pocket knife which he drew and j I ed first to be sure of a franchise. Smith Harris, Joe May and Henry thousand dollars every yea to the
death, but George A. Sipp and the police Bartow Lakeland and Tampa the first :phased Revells, with the three bullet i( The Council advised him to have Kitchens. These negroes were hurried United States government. The decis
"system" had more to do with it day, making 114 miles, finding much ': wounds in his body, until he fell by : his franchise drawn up and they to the jail, and, although a ion was reached at the initial meeting
than any physical ailment. good road but some very poor. The : the roadside, overcome by the effect j I would adjourn to meet Thursday nigh heavy guard was established a crowd of the committee last week and,
Walsh's name was brought into the party was entertained Tuesday evening I of the wounds. ', and if it was in proper form and conJ outnumbering the guards, formed outllside although some of its plans may cause
vice-graft situation on Dec. 23 last at Tampa by the board of trade,'' Revells was trying to reload his; i J tained proper restrictions, they would I the jail and demanded the surrender -.I an outcry in congress, they rill meet;:
when Sipp told the Curran committeethe stayed over night at the Hillsborough pistol when he was overpowered by grant. it. of the prisoners. 'i with approval throughout the country -
extraordinary story of his rela- hotel and came over Wednesday morn- ;! some of the men at the church. He> !' The Park question was then called I At 6 o'clock tonight) several nuns and help to strengthen the cause
tions with the Harlem police. ing President Beekman and others of I was brought to town and lodged i in i up and Mr. Dow's proposition, i dred citizens had joined the forces of Democracy with the people.
Eight days later a majority of the the board of trade and other businessmen i I'' jail. : discussed, in which Messrs. Gwynner I outside the jail and had begun to The extravagant use "stylish
Extraordinary Grand Jury then sit- welcomed the party, showed I Palmer was hurried to town fo ,;;I and Holland opposed it, and Mr. Sims: I storm the jail. Capture of the pris stationary" and the senseless use of
ting gathered about Walsh's bedside them about the city, to the sponge j medical attention and was operated' favored it, while Mr. Walker expressed oners and their lynching is expected. bleached envelopes for franking public -
and heard his story of dividing graft docks, the bayous and other points of' upon at Silver Cross Hospital in an himself as being in doubt. Hewell was shot with a shot gun. documents will furnish the means
with Inspectors over him. interest. Shortly before noon the party endeavor to save his life. However,1; When Mr. Sims addressed the meeting The right side of his face was riddled I to the economical end. The committee -
He was one of the chief witnessesin left for Clearwater and in the even-!; the doctors do not hold any hope to j saying that the city ought to with No.I shot, and his right eye i has directed the public printer to

the conspiracy case against former ing arrived at St. Petersburg. The i i his grief stricken relatives and friends either build a park or get out of the was shot out. It was before daylight; fill no more orders for white envelopes -
Inspectors Sweeney, Thompson, Mur- party was in charge of Secretary C.i; for his recovery. way and let somebody else build it, and he carried a lighted lamp in one for the distribution of public
tha and Hussey, who are now servinga E. Howard of the Orlando board of1 I The cause of the 'shooting was the I the crowd showed their approval by hand. The lamp set his clothing on i documents and in future only manilla
year's term in the penitentiary.The trade. All along the route the touring result of family trouble, it appears. stamping their feet and applauding.1 fire.Mrs. envelopes will be used for this pur-
conviction of the four was in party received the warmest of wel- Some few months ago, it is stated, When Mr. Dow and Mr. Slauter spokeon I I Hewell ran to her husband'sI pose.

a large measure due to the testimony comes and all were impressed with i,' Revell and Palmer's sister eloped and': the proposition, the crowd again 1 assistance and was ordered back into The cost price of white envelopes is

given by Walsh, who was carried into the success of the trip as a means of!!! were married. The union was not a'i! gave their approval. I! the house, it is believed, as her body( $2.85 per thousand, as against $1.65
the court room on a stretcher. He getting in touch with their neighbors. happy and congenial one and they:! It is a fact that even the Council' was found on the doorstep, as if trying per thousand for manilla envelopes.
had pleaded guilty, Feb. 24, to an indictment They were greatly surprised and'''' were separated, since when the young': cannot doubt that ninety per cent of Ii to enter the house. ,; Last year the senators and represen-
for bribery, and had been i pleased with Tarpon Sprin s.-The lady has been living with her father. 1 the people want a park and they wantit The sheriff and coroner were notified tatives in congress used 36,000,000 en-

dismissed from the Police Department Progressive, Tarpon Springs. 1,, The parties are well connected and I; i now; and they want a park that j I of the shooting by a neighbor, velopes for the distribution of doer -
March 19.Walsh's. the affair is a most unfortunate one. consists of something more than a r, who on hearing the shots, set out fo uments, which indicates, in a mesa -
physical condition, already LONGSTREET CASE POSTPONED ''John Palmer is a nephew of Dr. H. E. 1 few trees and palms and a cow pas- :I the city. When the officers and ure ,the extent to which the Cranking -
serious, was aggravated by Sipp's ':; Palmer, a leading physician here, and i ture. 1 quickly summoned posse appeared on privilege is used. None of.the envelopes -
charges against him. Sipp had been Washington, June 23.-Final action | medical director of our Home Life Insurance It not only takes money to make '|':, the scene, Mrs. Hewell was dead, but required postage for theird
his intimate for years. by the Senate Post Office Committeeon : Company, of Jacksonville. i a park, but money to maintain it. No' I her husband was still breathing an transmission in the mail.
the appeal of Mrs. Helen D. Long park will be maintained worthy the I suffering awful agony from the ____________ ,
FORTUNE GONE; TRIES SUICIDE street for its approval of her recordas ;' HIS VISIT MARRED ( name of a park unless some fixed I1 i wounds and burns. He died while CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE
postmistress at Gainesville, Ga., i ____ !!'charges are made for certain privil being brought to Dublin by the coro- _
San Francisco, June 23.-George was postponed today, owing to the absence Special to The Sentinel. i ges. This is the history of all parks I nero Special to the SentinelWashington
Maggi, said to be a relative of the of a quorum of the committee. Cherbourg, France, June 23.-President -]j i everywhere and Orlando will prove i Hewell murmered something about June 23.-Representsrt -

Swiss banker of the same name, who Mrs. Lon;,street is the widow of the Poincare's visit to London was I I no exception. : a negro having done the shooting, bi tive Frank E. Doremus, of Detroit,
recently, with his wife, fulfilled a Confederate General, whose name she marred at the very outset today when I No proposition is worthy consid j i nothing tangible could be obtained I Mich., and Representative I. S. Pepper
death pact, when he learned that his bears. The confirmation of her successor on his arrival in this city, two gunners ', eration that does not take into ac from him. of Iowa, were elected chairman
fortune of $10,000,000 had vanished, at Gainesville has been held I were killed and two wounded by : count means for its upkeep. The county's dogs were placed on' I and secretary, respectfully, of the
attempted suicide by prison today at up by the Senate until the Post Office :: the exploding of a gun as salute of After several members of the Council the track and they led to the cabin' I Democratic Congressional Committee.
his mother's home, at San Mateo, a *Committee passes upon Mrs. Long'welcome was being fired. The President had spoken against Mr. Dow's of Harris, where they also found Joe Mr. Doremus succeeds Representative
suburb. He was resuscitated. With street's, record.INVESTIGATE. arrived here this afternoon to1I 1 proposition, he, at the suggestion of I'; May. Both negroes were placed under Lloyd, of Missouri. The new chair-
his mother, Mrs. Rose Maggi, he had I I board the French battleship, Courbet, friends near him, withdrew his proposition '-'I f arrest. Harris' tracks are alleged to t I man was empowered to appoint a
intended going to Switzerland to pros- ARGENTINE [BEEF :1 where he will spend the night i in ,, as it seemed plain to them fit the tracks found at the Hewell I committee of five members, of whichhe
ecute his claim for a share in the es Cherbourg harbor. The Courbet leaves that the Council was trying to getaway home. be a member and chairman ex-
tate. Washington, June 23.-Acting upon I tomorrow morning and is scheduled to i iI from it and he felt that if they j There were barefoot tracks at the ,officio to co-operate with a similar
representations made by Representa I arrive at Spithead, England, at one :'!did not want the profered park atj i scene of the shooting also, and the ,committee of the National Committee -
t. PELKY NOT GUILTY tive Kinkead, of New Jersey, the Department : o'clock p. m. : no cost to the city, he did not want to i! county bloodhounds were placed on i to conduct the 1914 campaign.MRS. .
of Agriculture is considering i ij I '!j thrust it upon them. Finally a mo- |I these tracks. The dogs went straight
Special to The Sentinel the dispatch of a department expert -j i DURANGO; REPORTED FALLEN I! tion was carried by which the Chair to the home of Henry Kitchens, also i'

Calgara, Alberta, June 23.-Arthur to the Argentine Republic to i investigate i i appointed a committee consisting of I a negro. A single barrel shot gun McREYNOLDS IIURT ?
Pelky, the heavyweight boxer, was the beef situation there. If!'Special to The Sentinel Messrs. Walker, Sims and Gwynne to ;j was found in Kitchen's home that had ,
found not guilty tonight on the chargeof the inquiry is made, special attentionwill !i Mexico City, June 'Unconfirmed take up the park matter and report at been recently fired. He also was ar- Special to the SentinelHopkinsville
having caused the death of Luther be given to the methods of! reports reached here today to the ef-I the adjourned meeting Thursday J I rested. Ky., June 23.-Mrs.
:McCarty, champion heavyweight here slaughter of the animals as used by feet that Durango has fallen. The night. At this meeting the Council !i The motive for the murder is believed Ellen McReynolds, 76 years old, mother -
some weeks ago when the latter was the Argentine packers. { rebels have long directed their most I I will submit some plan.A i! to have been robbery, and the'j : of Attorney General James B. Mc-
while
I Reynolds, alighting from
a carriage
knocked out in the first round and earnest efforts to capture the Federal resolution was then passed condemning theory:j i is that Harris borrowed Kitchens at the local
depot here fell and
died a few minutes after receivingthe TWO DEAD UNDER AUTO garrison at Durango. There is no I all the frame buildings on !. gun to commit the deed. They ,
her
injured hip. She continued
the
blow. telegraphic communication to the city the north side of Pine street between I! evidently met in the woods to divide
Pelky was tried on the charge of Quincy, Mass., June 23.Beneathan '': and the railroad service has ben interrupted I Court street and Orange avenue. The i iI the spoils. trip greatly to her enroute.home at Nashville Elkin, but suffered

manslaughter. automobile overturned in a ditch for several weeks. I city attorney was instructed to pre Mrs. Hewell's trunk was ransacked, physici-
ans have been summoned to make
in Baintree, a trolly car conductorearl pare condemnation proceedings for i their suitcases and grips were thrown I j I a
I thorough examination. It is feared
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)' today found the body of Alton' NOTED SPECIALIST DEAD thirty-eight inches off of the front : into their yard after their contents
JEFFRIES ON TRIAL FOR MURDER I II her hip is fractured. .
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Tripp, 21 years old, and lying nearbyhis end of the lot on which the Dr. Phil- had been searched, while a small gripin
companion, Daniel Bowling, in a I Special to The Sentinel lips' brick building recently vacated II I which Hewell kept his money was I!I ,
semi-conscious condition. The auts oLondon, June 23.-Sir Johnathan by Clark & Robinson and the one now f found in the woods near where shoe I DROWNED NEAR SANFORD
Miami June 23.-J. B. Jeffries
wa mobile was one of two which had been I Hutchinson, renowned as surgeon andn.I occupied by Scruggs & Dickson. This prints and barefoot tracks met. i ---
placed on trial today for murder in stolen during the night from a :1'a .1 specialist in the treatment for lep- means the tearing off the front end Search of the premises of the negroes J Special to the Sentinel.
the Circuit Court. Acording to the tasket while fire n'!' died today at Haselmor the Sanford, Fla., June 23.: -James
information filed against Jeffries he garage a was i rosy Surrey. I jof building or in fact, tearing failed to disclose any money I
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progress. i down of the building, in which event, that had been obtained. I Shepherd, a prominent young man of
shot Sam Turner in Fort Lauderdaleon BASEBALL RESULTS IV TOP. .RTP.... j' a whole new solid brick block will Hewell evidently hard !I 'Sanford, was drowned this morning
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April 17th, and the latter died
SUBWAY THIEF SNATCHES HATS LEAGUESSpecial up on that corner. fight with the negroes as both of his j I I.while fishing with his brother-in-law,
from the effects of his wounds on May i I An Louis Leinhart, at the A. C. L drawbridge
( --- I ordinance was presented for revolvers were found in the yard
18. It is stated that Jeffries' defense I
will be based threats New York, June 23.-A new species: to The Sentinel second reading prohibiting bathing in near the scene of the shooting. about five miles from Sanford.
alleged to
have been upon of subway thief is engaging the attention I AmericanPhiladelphia lakes Lucerne, Cherokee, Eola and Hewell had removed his clothing While fishing, he decided to take a
made Turner
the encounter.by previousto of the detectives. Reaching!I j 13; Boston, 4. Highland. after it caught fire and was practically 1 swim and jumped in; rising, he tailed
from station platform through open ; wet. There was considerable discussionof nude when found. J for help and immediately sank. Seach-

windows of subway trains and snatching I i; Chicago, 1; St. Louis, 3, first game. I'I this, in which Chairman Smith said! Hewell's son travels out of Macon jj j ing parties failed to recover the body.
WOMEN KICK; TREES TO GO hats, especially valuable Panamas ; Chicago, 4; St. Louis, 3, second game. !ihe thought the sensible thing to doj j for a packing firm. The son was lo- !
from the heads of unsuspecting passengers -i! Washington-New York, grounds would be to make good safe bathing: cated at Hawkinsville by telephone i!i FIVE DAYS OF FIGHTINGSpecial
Manhattan, Kan., June 23.Becausewomen is the game of the latest'!' National and swimming places, where the boys j'I and has gone to the scene of the' -
claim that the ripe fruit brand of thief.SENTENCED. !i| Boston, 3; Philadelphia, 8. might go and learn to swim and protect -'I 1 crime. Hewell was 53 years old. His i iI j' to The Sentinel
dropped on the sidewalks and discolored New York, 2; Brooklyn, 4, first i I themselves when in the water' instead -wife I was 30.ALASKA. I' Douglas, Ariz., June 23.-Pedro
their skirts, the city commissioners FOR FIFTEEN I game. New York, 5; Brooklyn, 1, 2nd''I I of driving them off into the distant - i i Ojedo, the Federal commander at Sonora
today passed an ordinance requiring i YEARS ;|, game. II I woods. When the Council tried GOLD ARRIVES j I today entered on his fifth day
all mulberry trees in the city i --- i i Cincinnati, 7; Pittsburg, 6. i{ to put it on its second reading, Chairman i I I i of battle in defense of Ortiz from the
to be grubbed out and burned. Special to The Sentinel. i ij St. Louis-Chicago, wet grounds. 'I Smith said he would give the I Seattle, Wash., June 23.-A million j: rebels. Official advices say that the

j Jackson, Miss., June 23.-Lawrence : Southern boys two weeks more of enjoymentby dollars in gold, the first shipment j I rebels hold the bitterest personal en-
MERCHANT FOUND DEAD i Yearger, the defaulting secretary of! Memphis, 2; Chattanooga, 0. I not allowing it to go on its second from Nome, Alaska, this year, was re-1 i miry towards Ojedo and sent word
I the prison trustees, of Mississippi,' Montgomery, 3; Nashville, 1. reading last nightSeveral ceived by the steamers Senator and i here today that he is about to have
Phoenix City, Ala., June 23.-J. J. ','pleaded guilty this afternoon in the Birmingham, 5; Mobile, 12. ordinances were introduced Victoria, which completed their first (! Ojedo shot.
Folks, a merchant of this town, was circuit court and was sentenced to the Atlanta-New Orleans, rain. fixing the specifications for cementwalks round trip of the season to BeringSea !'I "
found dead in his store with his throatcut penitentiary for fifteen years. :'1 South Atlantic and then the Council went into I today. i CARBOLIC ACID ROUTE
when his place of business was Macon, 8; Charleston, 6. secret session with the bond trustees.I
opened this morning. Robbery is believed BULGARS REJECT OVERTURES Savannah, 1 0.
; Albany, AUTOS FOR HARVEST HANDS Special to the Sentinel
to have been the motive for the Vienna June 23.-A I
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special dispatch Jacksonville, 6; Columbus, 1. OFFERS JOURNALISM COURSE Huntsville, Ala., June 23.-Leaving
crime. from Sofia
says Bulgaria has Carolina Pratt, Kan., June 23.-Twenty-one a note in which he advised young men
j definitely declined the Russian Emperor's Charlotte, 4; Winston-Salem, 2, first Madison, Wis., June 23_-The first automobiles and 12 teams were wait to beware of love and giving un-
WEATHER REPORT proposal for a meeting of the i game. Charlotte, 2; Winston-Salem, summer session courses in journalism ing at the depot for harvest handslast requitted love as the cause of his act,
Premiers of the Balkan States at Ski 1, second game.Asheville were inaugurated at the University night-when a train arrived here. D. A. Miller, age thirty committed t
Local showers Tuesday and Wednesday Petersburg to discuss ,
the
'I critical sit-' 4; Raleigh, 1. of Wisconsin today under Prof. This county needs 200 more harvest suicide here late today by taking car- r
uation in
the
Near East. Greensboro, 8; Durham, 2, Bleyer. hands and but few are coming. I bolic aailTHE

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;peerage leas Those formally who may have be opened able wished to Friday make an American night.the list I Gifts to Please Ii i Bargains Bargains |


Of the income tax do.
Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
Work will soon commence on the May be safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
new freight depot for the Atlantic and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
Coast Line railroad in Ocala. body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
where everything Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
Some old wooden structures are being Ladies' Dresses, in' all styles and colors, French
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torn down in Bartow preparatoryto is guaranteed. Gingham, from 9Sc up.
the erection of a number of new Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
brick stores. from 25c up.Ladies' .
Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
County Judge E. V. Whitaker of styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
Tampa has succeeded in landing three i Dry Goods at a special reduction.
tarpon at Pass-a-Grille during the Allen & Co. ;: Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
past two weeks. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
Hats from 25c up.
An immense chicken ranch has been I .Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
started in St. Petersburg by Dr. W. Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
E. :Mabry, which he expects to stock JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
with at least 1,000 fowls. Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. ,
Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles :<,, -
The Jacksonville batallion, Na- and colors, from 50c up. .
tional Guard of Florida, consistingof I Orlando Florida Boys' Pants from 25c up. .: a
five companies, are now preparingfor Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up. \
the annual encampment which j Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. < 1" '
takes place next month at Black I Notwithstanding our exceptional llow prices, in addition '.
Point. we gibe away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho ":
j trades with us. ; ''
The Jacksonville City Baptist We want your trade and we assure you that we will ,4i ;y ,;;.
Young Peoples' Uinon and other unions -! Our Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee ,4' .s:.
satisfaction refunded. !
over the State are planning to or your money Come and,
convince yourself, trade will be '
appreciated.
Bend big representations to the State your
Encampment, which is to be 'held at i i your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent or the Snow Shoe.

Lake City July 1-6. i H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, OrlandoLISTEN j jI

Within a couple of weeks three business -
blocks, with eight store depart- -- ------ -- --- +44+ HMIMMHIM ilOMIIIMMMIIIMIMMf
ments, will be constructed at Tarpon' M
Springs. All of them are constructed
of brick and by the 1st of July every|I| : Everything in DrugsWE
one of them will be occupied by new>

business enterprises.- THE OAKlAND

Daytona is to have a fire depart! DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AXD BEST

ment, consisting of a cheif who will,I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
receive $80 per month, an engineer I Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
who will receive $70 per month and! Delaney Drug Co. Theater and MagrudePs Livery Stable. THE CAR
twelve call men who will receive $11
ior each drill or false alarm, and $2 We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
for each fire where water is actually WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
turned on. TALKING
cerne.GET
A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.HlliMlilMMIIIMiMMIMMMMMHMMtmiMMi.
The glue factory which was recently i ABOUT
TRY OUR TPE CREAMThe
established at
Pensacola
is said toLe
ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
doing a fine business.
Much of
the product is being shipped to well Brst Ever4MMIIillllMMIiltltMtMillilitlHMMMMMMIIM J I

known Elewll contract firms Clue has just Company all over been the closed of country.Boston with the for A I 'READ THE NTmEL r FOR THE NEWS MAGRUDERA SEE


large monthly shipments. I I For your Printing 8<->tU..,

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$20 000 WORTH OF HIGH-GRADE MEN'S AND LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, AND ENTIRE STOCK THROWN ON PUBLIC SALE AT '
PRICES THAT WILL CAUSE WILD EXCITEMENT AND VOLUMNOUS BUYING. A GREAT AND GIGANTIC BARGAIN SALE-ONE THE CITY OF ORLANDO .
\ NEVER SAW BEFORE. COME PEOPLE, COME .

UP-TO-DATE GOODS NO OLD SHELF-WORN GOODS !

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tl""III"IIIIII'OtIIC) 'MIHHMMIMIttmMeU J
+ PROPOSE TO MAKE THIS SALE THE GREATEST AND GRANDEST SALE THAT HAS EVER
F R. E E"E F R E E
ATTEMPTED BY THIS STORE. OUR PURPOSE IS TO REDUCE OUR STOCK AND AT THE

--ON SAME TIME POPULARIZE OUR STORE BY GIVING THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTY A GENUINE Two $25 Hornless Grapho-
phones Six 42-piece China
: REDUCED PRICE BARGAIN SALE, THEREBY PLEASING OUR PRESENT CUSTOMERS AND DRAWPatternD
H S ATU R D AY inne r Sets. Fifty
ING NEW CUSTOMERS TO OUR STORE WHERE GOOD HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE IS ALWAYS $2 Books containing 20 admissions

; ; We are going to give away ; FOUND AT THE LEAST PRICE CONSISTENT TO GOOD MERCHANDISE AND BUSINESS METHODS.Ioving Picture to )Show Iagruder'sbsoIuteh' and
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other articles
ITS A SALE THAT'S DIFFERENT. COME SEE. many of Merchandise
; ; Hornless Graphophone and ; | will be.given away
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To the first 25 men in our Store on opening ; i; The Great Automobile Contest closes with this sale. This is your last chance to boost jour farorite To the first 25 Ladies in our Store on open.morning
who make purchases amounting to ; ; Contestant. Contestants get busy and get )'our.Craen s in to this sale and have them make their ing morning, who make purchases amounting
purchases while they can make One Dollar buy what it ordinarily takes Two Dollars to buy.
$1.00 or more we are going to give a pair of ; ; to $L00 or more, we are going to give a pairBeautiful
: Somebody is going to get this Grand Five Passenger Automobile Absolutely FREE-And this is
Silk Half Hose FREE. of
Beautiful Silk Hose
FREE.
your las; chance. A Gigantic Money Saving Sale full of snaps. Free Prizes bargains on just the
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Altamonte Springs, June 20.-Mrs. Gowns For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
J. M. Tracy, of 232 East Fifth street, Crepe 98c.
Jacksonville, arived yesterday at the i ,

home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. .

H. Fojrg, Fern Cottage, Oak Knoll, I
will sell Lime 90c
at
Orange Grove it being a family reunion FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDERW -
to celebrate the
seventy-fifth
EAR, EMBROIDERIES,
birthday of her father. 1 per barrel delivered,

Mr.Fogg came to Florida from Bos- LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS

ton, Mass., in 1884, and has been a r STATIONERY, TOILET AR- five barrel lots.
resident of Altamonte Springs twen-

ty-nine years. He is hale and heartyat THE SUMMERGiRL I TICLES, ETC.
his advanced age, and is in full en-
She delights in eating superbly exquisite -
joyment of his beautiful orange grove Florida Metal Co.
chocolates and bonbons as'
and home on the shore of Lake Adel- LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS
much as the winter girl-so don't for-;
iade, and the most delightful climateon (
earth. get to send your Lady Love a box of McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
our delicious confections as regularly: I .
Mr. J. M. Lewis has the foundationlaid
as you did in the cool months. I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT i Phone 41. I
for the first brick building in this
village. The land is being cleared for Here we have everything in Sweets, ii
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London, June 21.-Milit.ii:: Suffra- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT- I .- -I II II i I ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER t

gette "arson squads"ere out last At the solicitation of many citi1zens II '
night at St.Andrews, Scotland,and at of Orlando, I have consented to -- --I

the south end of the Lower Thames, be a candidate for the office of Alderman -;Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day!; IIb..oA
and caused considerable
At
damage. to fill the vacancy made by i
St. Andrews the east wing of the Gat- the resignation of Mr. Seegar.If : II I I

ty marine labratory was destroyedand elected, I will act impartially in i|tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll alllll'IIIIIIII' Have house
many valuable instruments were all matters and in the interest of all( your room or .
burned. At South End the costly the people.
church of St. John was set on fire, S. S. GRIFFIN.ANNOUNCEMENT I PORTLAND cleaned without dust or troubleof

but the damage was not great. ,
ATLA moving furniture .
The Fort Meade Leader tells that: {
I hereby announce my candidacy!I II o CEMENT
three well known business of
men ,for alderman to fill the vacancy made II
that place will shortly erect a fine,by the resignation of Mr.J. T. Seegar I|
The Pierce Electric Co. 'send Experienced
an
business block which will contain;i subject to the election called for same "TilE STANDARD. BHIC1I :

five stores. It will be handsomely;and if elected will endeavor to fill ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED"I
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planned and constructed of brick, hav-i same to the interest of.the city. man.
ing dimensions of 130 by 90 feet.;i Respectfully, am State Distributor, maintaining stocks both in a
"The erection of this building will bea 1 GEO. A. BARKER. Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in Tampa

big boost for Fort Meade," says the j (To July 8- 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will SEE THEM FOR TERMS
Leader. "The north side of Main I have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville agen-

street promises soon to be as popu-1 NQTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS cy about the 20th of this month.
lar as the south and in a short time: Bids will be received for the overhauling This is the largest single shipment of cement ever
the street will be solidly built up on and construction of rooms in shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unload i .

both sides with substantial and hand-I'the Court House for jury quarters.I ing, or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side i The PIERCE ELECTRIC L CO11Inc:
some business buildings. :"-Times-U n- Plans and specifications will be on file I delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges. '
ion
Short Talks.A I
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR '
PRICE.
DELIVERED
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stock company has been formedin to the meeting of the Board of Coun- TO ANY POINT IN THE STATEJELK'S JHUBCH STBEETIIIIIIMMIilllltltimiOMMMmiMiittMIMM

Hastings by nine well known men ty Commissioners on the First Mon-I
with the title of the East Coast day in July. i _. .,..

Creamery Company. A creamery with By order of County Commissioners.B. MACON BRICK for all PurposesLEGGS' I -- - -- --
1,000 cows will be built as soon as M. ROBINSON, Clerk. Pressed and Fancy Brick I I H. A. 1 AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
proper arrangements can be made. i| Royston : Those wishing to make trips for
i I BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster '
I business or pleasure, should see mt
It is estimated that this season'stomato House Painting and Calcimining
Henry II. Hannahan, for I'I'I for prices. Prompt service guaran
twentyone i
crop brought a million and a Offices Salesrooms Wharves, : I have had years of experience and
years keeper of the Sanibal Light, Trackage and Yards teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, FUu
half dollars into Manatee
county W 1 R Fuller I guarantee my work. !I
died at Sanibal Island.a few days ago. Ilendry TAMPA and Knight FLORIDA Terminals Estimates cheerfully furnished{I i Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
His body was taken to Key West for Money to loan on improved pr"p I 1
card and I will callP.
I Drop me a ;! Money to loan on improved prop-
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The American people are the most
MORNING l AND WEEKLY frugal people in the world. On the CLOTHING SALE
--- ---- ----- whole they are the most thrifty and
Entered at the post office at Orlando .
persevering people on the globe.
Florida' as Second Claw Mail Matter.
RATES The majority of the people under- : COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, LASTING THROUGH NEXT WEEK, WE WILL SELL ALL CLOTHING -
SUBSCRIPTION stand that private and public wealth :
have the same origin; that wealth is I AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HANDLE. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS, TilE BEST MADE.

THE DAILY SENTINELOne obtained by labor; that it is preservedby : WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SERGES, WORSTEDS, WOOL CRASH AND MOHAIRS. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED.

Year .... .... ......... .$5.00 savings and accumulations; that it : PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE
Six Months ... .. .......... 2.50 is increased by diligence and perse- : SIZES ARE BROKEN. *
Three Months ................ 1.25 verance and by no other means.
True, there are those who think MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
50 cents
By news carrier in Orlando per
nth. Daily I and Sunday. they see a shorter cut to wealth than $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for _____ ----___________ $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for u__________ ____________.___ $t50
old but such are to
the homely ,
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found chasers.way Take the $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for _____ -------________ 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ____________.*... 4.00
sae' in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's Book phantom away
ft Store, end Wright: Brothers.We substantial class who dig in the earth $18.00 Suits for ______________ _______________ 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ____________ ____________.-.._ 3.50

win! ti'i-ucLate prompt complaint if and bring forth the only wealth knownto $15.00 Suits for _____________ _______________ 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ____________ _____________1-- 2.50
delivery U no! promptly made by our carriers. man, and whose accumulationsfrom
honest toil make the rich bank We have a fine line of White Linen Duck and White Serge Trousers. .
Advprit-ittj: rates will be furnished on application
statements of America; let the man New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL of hardened muscle who pounds, puddles '>
Fir )rear by mail, postage paid.......1.00 and patterns in the great shopsof
Addr'-u THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. the land fold his arms and look SCRUGGS & DICKSON
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building
let these the and
idly on; true only
Phone 24
- producers of wealth, cease to work
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J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor and the great fortunes of stocks and
bonds gathered by who ------. .
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor men never --- ----- -- --
produced a dollars worth of wealthin TAGGING NEWSPAPER MEN form such work and then issue license DEAD BEATS DISGRACEFUL RASCALS
TUESDAY, JUNE 24TH, 1913. their life, who never added a single I to those lucky enough-or per-

penny weight to the substantial I Everyone who has much to do with I haps possessed of a pull-to pass. The high cost of living may be Some men get so low down in the
Many a "leading citizen" leads wealth of the land, and those stocks making a newspaper knows that a I Why not give them a brass tag and a traced in large part to the army of scale of morality thai they not only
nothing but a selfish life. and bonds and all the ficticous wealth large percentage of the paper's read- number, always to be kept in sight.A dead beats who live at the expense of lose self respect but fail to have a
o piled up by the speculaters and ers feel themselves capable of conducting i' great many newspaper proprietorsin honest people. These leeches are decent respect for others and will
Would you do for your friends gamblers will become as filthy rags. its affairs better than those this country are looking for managing found in every community and man- thrust their offensive presence upon
what you expect them to do for you? The producers of this country of who are in the business. It is a1 i i editors who can do just what age by the slick methods to enveigle good people only to disgrace them.
o ours are becoming wise to the situa- strange commentary on what is perhaps I! these self-appointed Illinois experts merchants out of their goods on There is but one way to deal with
It is far better to help the town tion and are getting better organizedthan the most exacting and nerve-;i I would attempt. If their scheme of smooth talks only to beat them in the. such people and that is to enforcethe
accomplish one good thing than to ever before, and unless the restraining testing business of the present day,I!i licensing reporters fails, they have no end. law. No excuse should be accepted -
point out a dozen poor ones. influence of .the United that so many who know nothing of'need to be idle; with their ability They will hang around boardinghouses for their delinquencies.An .
o States government is felt in the great newspapers except that they appear I,!I and expert requirements of newspaper" and any place that will toler-
If you contemplate going to law financial and speculative circles at stated times and can be had for a ,I| work, many avenues of employment, ate their lazy carcass until invited to Indiana man sold three steers
had better buy a round trip tick- which have been corroding for thirty with criticism -\ should stretch alluring lengths be then
you stated price, are so ready pay and with cusses and threats for $313 on Friday June 13, 1913 and
et; otherwise you may have to walk years will break of its own weightand and suggestion, says the Utica I fore them.-Tampa Tribune. pack up their duds and move to greener they were taken by train 13 to Chi
back. precipitate a panic among the Press. The fact that many of these I Ii pastures. cago, where they were unloaded in
o financial jockeys- such as the world< i advisers would have to pay rent to Put new life into your business busing y These dead beats ought to find employment pen 13 and it took just 13 minutes to
Even if you should become too cool, has never witnessed. hold desk room in a newspaper office Sentinel ads. on the chain gang. kill and dress these three steers.
it would not be wise to poke a finger Never were farm land and farm does not deter them from frank expression -
into an electric fan to stop the products in greater demand than now. of their opinions.All I --- -- --- --- --

freezes. I Never was labor in greater demand that can be said in a newspaper

o than now. without any bitterness, or, in fact,
Felix Diaz is to be a candidate for. On the other hand secureties offer- without feeling of any sort. Those .
President of Mexico. Evidently he ed by the money market are more who work on newspapers understand' JUNE WEDDING
does not care whether he lives any closely scanned and more often rejected this to be the condition and accept it
longer or diazoAccording than ever before. The day of as part of the game, along with the
o wild speculations is drawing to a close long hours and the walk none; when
to an Exchange, the lit- and a wiser day is dawning.It the cars are not running. But now While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
tle town of Orlando, West Virginia, is a good omen when farm lands and then something turns up which seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
was entirely wiped out by a cyclonea become preferred securities and the moves a newspaperman to laughteror weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
few days ago. farmer can secure loans at the mini- wrath, depending on whether or for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for theBest Man and the Attendants, and Wed
o mum rate-aye, the farmer is be- not he enjoyed his breakfast One of ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
The Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph coming the lender. The farmers of I I the recent cases is the bill introducedin your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order. .
furnishes this revised form of the verb the West and Northwest are the men I the Illinois Legislature to licenseall We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
"will"; I wilt, thou wiltest, he wilts, who have piled up such sums in the I persons employed in the editorial stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silversmiths -
we wilt, you wilt, they wilt. banks of those parts that Wall street:, and news department of the paver.I Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
o can no longer dictate a panic. I IA proprietor who emuluyed an un- country.
Many a man who imagines he holdsa The fruit growers, the gardners I i licensed person would have to pay afire The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -
club over some other fellow, finds and the phosphate miners are the I and the reckUss reporter wtoi if out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
in the end that what he has in his men who are making Florida bank scorned a licence also"would be forced inspect oar stock, secure Our prices, and make your purchases with the fed-
hands is simply a boomerang and he accounts soar to a mark that attractsthe I to mace goes with m')n'v ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
takes the knock himself.A attention of the whole country. : But how in the name of commonsense to-date merchandise.
o It is a sign of healthful conditions !I men appointed on such a board
valued exchange says: "The trou- when the producer is prosperous and :1 would: be qualified to judge ability to REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
ble with the high cost of living in is recognized as the man of real worth : write editorials or edit copy rapidlyor

this country is that too many farmers to the world. And these are the con- accurately, to establish standards If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
have turned their corn fields and ditions that are ripening in the Unit- which would determine which
reporter pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
pastures into 18-hole golf courses." ed States today.A could write a good story of a fire mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
()-- and which would be the proper one to can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold acd *mf.
Will some wise acre tell us why it cargo of about 2,000,000 feet of cover a ball game, political conven- I Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
is that a woman gets mad if another sawn timber is to go out of Pensacolathis tion, demonstration of fashions, W.
woman gets a hat like hers, while a week to Turkey. This is the first C. T. U. meeting or a banquet of the --
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the same kind of a hat that all men two and will be landed at one of I ing of those who are trying to do

are wearing? the small ports. I just that thing every every day of i iI the Jeweler
o their lives. Yet such a law would
The woman who says that morals Subscribe for the Sentinel. I blithely authorize these men to per- ,
improve as the amount of clothes I
worn becomes less, need never expectto 1
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doctrine.The rain any wagon o drove all around SUb-I I L r PUMP SALE L [ EXPERT----ze vt-.REPAIRING....... AND ENGRAVING.

Orlando but left the heart and
Sunday --- ---- --- ---
the south portion wholly untouched. _
On east Central avenue some of the :
people sat on their porch and watchedit *

rain on their neighbor's o lot. :t SILKFor { STOCIIHfiS

Philadelphia is to have the most I .
business :
magnificent building in the
world. The Widner syndicate are :
' having plans made for a building that : Factory shipped more than ordered
Will eclipse anything in the old I 9
and to save freight returning -
world and set a new mark in America.
Day
o will sell at about one-
Young men who are in the habit

of sitting around waiting for something third less than regular prices:
and
to turn up should remember
that opportunity travels at a tortois
pace when coming toward you, but 'r
when going from you travels faster EveningWear
than light. Get into the path and
Value Sale Price
opportunity will catch you quick asa
cyclone. "Victor" /2 Minute Pump, Best Made$6.00 $4.25 ''
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An Ohio man sues for a divorce "Only" Double Acting with gauge._______ 4.00 2.75
because his wife was a failure as a
cook. The trial court remarked thatit "Hill" Double Acting without gauge_____ 3.50 2.10
might be a good idea from several j I I
points of view if" girls wishing to "Tornado" Single Acting _____________ 2.50 1.10 I Our Personal Guarantee
approach the marriage altar were first I .
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expects penitentiary.Mr. George to be indicted And W. why Perkins and shouldn't sent says to the he he I.IJOPIIILLIPSSUCCESSORS" & O : Marion B. Ives I

be? There are hundreds of men serv-
ing time for a less offense than this .

trust manager is guilty of. It is, a I I TO : EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
healthy condition of affairs when the I

rich and the powerful fall heir to i S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE : Second Floor I

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

securing the Sole Agency of the Famous EIFFEL Hose for The Dr. Rodman stands by itself as a shoe for comfort, \Ve 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
In fact there is NO BETTER HOSE MADE. bor, they probably wear them. We have the sole agency for
dependable wear. ing of discomfort. The secret of its almost universal popu
WE CARRY ALL COLORS, TAN, BLACK AND WHITE, larity lies in the fact of its being built on the principles of these two famous lines of Shoes. Prices $3.50 and $4.00CHILDREN'S

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them styles. W''e carry all Sizes. W"e carry all Widths. At one price SHOESfor
for One Dollar.. You'll use always.SUMMER
Four Dollars a Pair. have everything needed in Shoes for the little ones.

We have a full line of "BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" SHOES Sandals, Pumps, Ties, Oxfords, and high shoes, all colors,

SHOES FOR LADIES in 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 satisfaction
We have them White Drill, White Duck and White Buck- in 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

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WADE :, The Twentieth Century Club will I jolly picnic party went to lake :
THE TUNER \ meet with Miss Hope Starbuck Wednesday John C. Jones of Orlando, has retired -1 i Conway Sunday and spent the day : Coffee and TeaA
ORLANDO FLA. afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. ; from the office of state's attorney j j in rest under the branches of the :
I II for the Seventh Judicial Circuit, ;:spreading oaks. Fish did not bite,I [ HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY]
I Mr. Isaac S. Westfall and Mrs. An- his term of office having expired June 1 but red bugs did and as a consequence :
: na Westfall started yesterday for the tenth. j the party are not without souvenirs : WE CARRY ALL THE BEST BRANDS
Attend the band concert tonight.Mr. .
i!i their home in Cincinnati. He is succeeded by Cary D. Landis,' I today.
of DeLand, who was nominated for, The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. :
J. J. Higgins left yesterday for,, Court Stenographer Chas. E. Mc- the office in the last democratic pri-! Robert Cohoon, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott : COFFEE TEA

Cincinnati. j Crory, after a couple of days in Orlando mary and later appointed by the gov- :and daughter Francis, Mr. and Mrs. : White Rose White RoseJackson
I returned to his home in De- ernor and the appointment confirmedby Kirk Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Murdock. ', Square Lipton
ASK Coffee.your grocer for Jackson 621tf.Square;I Land yesterday. the senate. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cohoon and son, White House Tetley
i Mr. Jones held the office for eight and Miss Maggis Hamilton. They Cracker Boy Gold CamdBarrington
Miss Elizabeth H. Rand, of Long- Better take advantage of the great years or two consecutive terms, having -' report having had a splendid time. Hall Gun Powder
wood, is a guest at Bishopstead. opportunity that the Orlando mer- been nominated for the office in Dutch Blend English Breakfast
!!chants are offering and pay a visitto 1904. He ran for the office in 1904 MAY LOCATE IN ORLANDO Cafe des Gourmets Daisy Japan
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gannon left this good town. You can't afford but was counted out on a contested
yesterday for Thomasville, Ga. : to miss them if you want to save election, in favor of the late Judge I B. M. Turner, wife and daughter,
': money. James D. Beggs, of Orlando, who held of Pensacola, are in the city lookingfor TRY OUR BULK COFFEE. BEST IN THE CITY.
Mr. H. J. Hamilton, of New Smyrna -i I the office for many years prior to furnished rooms. Mr. Turner JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of the famous JACKSON
was among the visitors in Orlando. Visit Orange county's favorite Mr. Jones' incumbency. In 1904, Mr. travels over Florida as the representative SQUARE COFFEE.
yesterday. ;pleasure resort, Wekiwa Springs, Jones was nominated over the late! of the Falconer Company, of Bal- A ten cent package of White Rose Tea Makes forty cups.
r i where you will find the bathing and Cecil G. Butts, also of Orlando. timore, Engravers and Blank Book
Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and i i boating unexcelled. An excellent ho- During the past three years Mr.*Makers.Mr. .
quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers -I tel in connection. Jones has tried 44 capital cases and Turner would like to locate in THE SANITARY GROCERY
& Gore. Try it succeeded in securing 38 convictions.I Orlando as it is more convenient for
\ Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kerr and chil- He will continue the practice of law. his work and hence the plan to rent CARUTHERS & GORE

Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Swope, Mrs. C. dren, of Taft, spent several hours in in Orlando.-Daytona Gazette News. I rooms and stay awhile and see how Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street
J. Marshall and Mrs. A. P. Farnellof ;t Orlando yesterday, leaving on the they;like it
Oviedo, were in this city yesterday.Dean .,,1 i midnight train for Gettysburg, Pa., ROLLINS COLLEGE I IIIIIII IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPOPULAR
;They will be gone until October.Mr. I PUPILS' RECITAL

and Mrs. E. A. Sherrod yes- Rollins College are sending- out I PLACE VALUABLE GRAPE FRUITMr.
terday became the owners of a handsome -I' R. A. Stone, lineman for the I their twenty-eighth annual catalogue, The music pupils of Miss Dolly i
seven passenger Studebaker, Bell Telephone Company, was called, which shows up the institution to good I, Lockhart gave a pleasing recital on One of the most popular resorts in Benj. T. Kuhl, on Kuhl avenue,
touring car. i, to Jacksonville last night on receipt advantage and also some of the Saturday evening to a number of interested Orange county is Russell's Point Be- shipped a box containing forty-two
I of a message announcing the serious -I beauty spots of Winter Park. I I friends. Those participating ing so near the city makes it con- grape fruit to Norfolk Va., and received -
Mr. R. G. Zetrower, of the Virginia ( illness of his wife. I The only criticism that could be offered -i'! in the program, which included venient for our people who enjoy an a check back for $6.00. This
Carolina Chemical Company, left yesterday -j i is that they went into Alabama;\ both vocal and instrumental selec-. evening of outing and many of our' means nearly fifteen cents apiece and
for Sanford after a brief visit:, Mr. J. J. Baldwin, of Andersonville, to get work done that could have been tions, were Misses Viola and Josephine -] people take the Thursday afternoon shows that people will have Florida
to the city. S. C., architect of the new Methodist done equally well at home, by friends Mann, Ruth, Helen and Sophia; half holiday out there. |fruits even if they do come high.
i i i church, now being erected in this I who help boost the college. Lockhart and Master Edwin McDowell. Mr. E. C. Westover is doing a wind- BAND CONCERT
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Miller of Tam- city, spent several hours in Orlando,, Never-the-less the catalogue is goodin ly act by teaching all who may de-'|i
pa were in the city yesterday looking ; yesterday, looking after business mat i all its parts, and Rollins is one of sire, the art of swimming free of
The Orlando Cornet Band will givea
the institutions of the South 'I I
for rental property with a view to ters. Before leaving last night for splendid WOODS FIRE charge. He is making the water!
excellent concert at the band stand on Or-
presenting of
moving here. Cordele, Ga., he said the church an course sports very interesting.
avenue this evening at eight
ange
hold Christmas' study backed by a strong teaching fire raged Sunday afternoonand
would be in shape to Quite a
o'clock. Ice will be served
cream by
1 services.. force and the Sentinel wishes them night in the woods south of the ICE CREAM SOCIAL
H. Clark Robertson and wife leave
I well.ORLANDO'S. the ladies of the Emmanuel Baptist
today. for Asheville, N. C., where city on the Pine Castle road. The The ladies of the Emmanuel Bap- church.
they will vacate for a time. Clark' Capt. and Mrs. D. G. Carey-Elwes,, i supposition is that a spark from a I
I FAVORITE PLEASURE tist church will serve ice cream at
expects to return home in about thirty Miss Carey-Elwes and Walter Carey-i RESORT passing locomotive ignited the dry the band stand on Orange avenue ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll
days but Mrs. Roberston will spend Elwes, of Orlando, formerly of Bed- grass as the fire started near the
from 7 to 10 o'clock this evening. The Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for
the summer there. ford, England, parents and brother of I Wekiwa Springs-pavillion and railroad right of way and soon it was
the woods Orlando Cornet Band will furnish the the month of June. Dr. Bennett,
Mr. Geff Carey-Elwes, formerly of baths-the resort that you have enjoyed rapidly spreading all over music. Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm
Titusville but of Dinsmore, near'i for several and the and it looked for a time like the new
)lr. W. L. Clark, of Orlando, repre- now years one
senting Warren Fitch & Co., was a Jacksonville, are guests of the Day-', that now bespeaks of you, a continuance house of Mr. Ware was doomed. But. -
visitor in the city this week and was tona Beach hotel, Daytona Beach, fora I' of that liberal patronage which neighbors saved it from any dam
seen around the office of the house he few weeks. They have their motorcar is so essential to good service and age.
represents. Mr. Clark is one of the with them, and are enjoying the I j necessary for our mutual welfare.
live wires in Orlando and does a good beautiful drives in and around Daytona I Plenty of new suits and the bathing An advertisement pays best in thE! AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
business there.Times-Union. Beach.-Times-Union. unexcelled. best paper.


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

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

Program and ready to run.
Grand Theatre I
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\ 1 1912 Touring Car, Complete $500

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I I 1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger. $300ONE

MOTION PICTURES

"WHEN JOHN BROUGHT HOME HIS WIFE" (Drama)
1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER
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TRA TIRE FULLY EQUIPPED-

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"MIXED COLORS" (Comedy) . ....... .... .. .Pathe YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME
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SECOND SHOW, 8.15. P.M I Ic I AS FACTORY JOB

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THE ARMY OF UNEMPLOYEDThe BUSINESS
BOOSTERS, !!!!!!! ! ! !

army of the "unemployed" includes ". Business Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified advertisements 111,11,111..111}..

ulr Refining Co ) received after 10 o'clock,
besides the genuine "out-of- ,
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
works" a considerable number of "unemployables" ,I Classify" column.

and "won't-works. IIllIt Boosters of five lines, or less-ap-

The second class need care in chari- proximately 30 words-ont: time, 25
cents; three times 50 cents; one week
table institutions; if they are not act- ,i Kerosene (six daily and one weekly editions)

ually maimed and helpless and are I $1.00; one month, $3.00.

merely inefficient casual laborers they '
Gasoline Money to loan on improved prop- YOUR SEWER .
may be placed on farm colonies and
trained at least to partial self-sup- erty. S. y, WAY.

port. We are beginning, to realize Lubricating WANTED-Sewing of any kind by

that much of what was supposed to be Mrs. Elma Holland, Also rooms to

wilful shiftlessness is feeblemindedness. -I: : Oils and Greases rent. 219 Boone Street. 6-24-3t H CONNECTIONYou

But we are also beginning to1 FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger

discover that even the feeble-minded !! Axle GreaseIIP.G.WALTON touring car. Large and roomy.
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
when properly segregated and treat-

ed can be rendered almost if not quite I sit... a let in Thornton Park, a nice

selfsupporting.Chronic I I Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl I

"won't-works" must be ,

drafted off into penal farms, workhouses -I i Agent I OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis- i

and compulsory training in-!! j ion to the Northeast of the city and i
I PHONES { :gi : I jl still have some choice lots there.
!
cannot
stitutions as proposed in the articles Carl Jensen. use your sewer until main, Peptic tanks

on tramps and beggars. I(i Orlando FloridaIIIIIIIIIOI511Ielllll' FOR and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which
The truble with the genuine unemployed : RENT-Five room cottage with I'

seems to be not so much unemployment all modern conveniences. Garagefor will be some months hence.
I auto, or horse and buggy. Apply

Measures must as be adapted under-employment.!| : 515 East street. 5-15 tf I' Why let your money I lay idle? We will sign contracts -

ly. The most obvious according-I' tie effect; for you cannot force the : Wilton Lodge, Turnerville, Haber- with you now to make these connections time

establishment of a national unemployed to emigrate and the man I sham county, Georgia. In Blue Ridge any

employment bureaus with special telegraph who has lost in the battle at home, section. Nearby Tallulah Falls-Ex- within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,

and railroad arrangements to I especially if his unemployment has cellent fare-sleeping porches. Rates for 13 cents foot. '

facilitate interchange of advices and become chronic, is not likely to provea reasonable. 6-22 2t per

laborers We have in the United I desirable colonist.-Exchange. CHAPMAN HOUSE .r Give this work to your home company and we are

States many state and municipal I
i
Six dollars week and here to see that it is
a No. 308
free bureaus, many private agencies EQUALIZING TEACHERS' SAL- up. satisfactory to you, and
I West Central Mrs. M. Mc-
both free and pay, also such agenciesas ARIES Ewan avenue. you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
proprietress. 6-121
,
mo.
the bureau of information of the
Plans for equalization of the salaries :: with our work and
federal bureau of immigration and same is inspected by city plumbing
paid school teachers as made Roberta Branch will be pleased to

naturaization But between these some time ago by Superintednent take a limited number of pupils for inspector and, certified to by him.

there is no adequate co-operation or Marshall Moore, were carried out piano study, and is especially interested -
The bureau of
understanding. labor Wednesday by the County Board of I in beginners. Lessons given atpupils'

would seem the most natural connecting Pubic] Instruction of Hillsboro coun- I homes if so desired.

agent for these widely garter I ty: 6-19 tf

ed efforts. We have no good figures The following schedule was agreed

a showing the effectiveness of free pub on for the teachers of the city and] READ THIS

lic bureaus in this country, but as far suburban schools: \ am offering my stock of groceries

as we can judge they secure jobs for I !for sale at reduced prices for cash.
"The following shall be the scheduleof
from 20 to 99 per cent of all who apply Every day is sale day till closed out.
salaries of white teachers in the
The F. JOSEPH
Nothing is said concerning the T. J. SHEPARD. RAEHN
grades of the Tampa city schools, the
nature or duration of the job. Figures:' T.T.S. every-other-day-tf.
Tampa suburban schools, the Port
for Berlin, Leipzig and Cologne show j', Tampa city schools, the West Tampa I -TYPE- WRITERS- FOR SALE

an respectively.efficiency of 67.3, 82.4, 67 per cent!1 i j schools and the Plant City schools, and Royals, Fox-Doth new and slightly | Plumbing and Heating Co. j !

But even the best of employment} ; the said schedule shall remain in force ,I used, one rebuilt machine and one
until the county board shall change or second hand Underwood.Call :
bureaus could not provide jobs where I
I[ annul same, or adopt another one in at office and
my see bargainsin IMtMMMIIIMIIMMtttMtttlllllillMlilH
none existed. Two general types of its place: Typewriters and Fireproof Iron mtMtttHUmiMtlllllMMMiMMH , MtMH H44..
:
remedy must be added: limitation of
| "First year, $60 per month; second Safes. C. S. McEWAN. -
labor -
supply and regulation of labor year, $62; third, $64; fourth, $66; 6-13 tf. "
demand. A f
gradual reduction in the
: fifth, $68; sixth, $70; seventh, $72; I

hours of labor, regulation of the eighteh, $73; ninth, 74; tenth, $75; FOR RENTOn A NEW
hours of women's labor, absolute elim- ASSORTMENT
j over fifteen years, $85 per month; Coronado Beach, a six room cot-'
ination of the labor of children under I
;j over twenty years, $90 per month. tage, well furnished, large comfortable -
16 and the limitation of labor of!
j
"That the above schedule shall apply rooms, barn for horse. Special irate j OF -- -
minors up to 20 years of age (say, alike to all teachers in the grades. if rented to Sept. 1st. Apply to,I -

two-thirds working time plus one-j! "That until the salary of the above F. J. NIEMEYER,
third continuation vocation ; TAMP I
school schedule shall be reached the II
( salary 6-21 4t Longwood, Fla.
time,) are proposed as solutions of of no teacher shall be increased more 1 I Ratine HatsAT

the (irst. I should add a restriction!; than $5 per month in any one year j EVERY BODY'S DOING IT I

of unskilled immigrant labor based! "That the salary of the teacher j jwithout Automobiling, we are open for dates \

upon a sliding scale of wages and opportunities -! shall I picnic parties, or a crowd for an I II I
j experience be $40 perk
{ ,
for IT IS JUST AS EASY -- -
employment, ; month and that the said teacher shall II evening drive. Call 360 or ask for -

Relief works and charity wood or! not be placed on the sechedule before C. W. Willsey Careful driver. 5-13-tf i

stone yards have been the popular devices -
the third year. : FOR RENT

for expanding artificially the i "That an experienced teacher shall' j!j jj Nice large rooms, furnished. Con- I To say "Give me a dish of MISSES HAULM & BUM
:
labor demand. But they are usually '
at'
be required to serve the first year
j' venient for business people, also light POINSETTIAIce
dohactual
only and
temporary frequently $50 per month unless satisfactory evidence house keeping. Delightful location Cream, as it is to omit
economic harm by competingwith I of unusual success be presented Agents for CorsetsMIMMMMttttHMItHtiMtHtMHM
Barclay
normal I with or without board. Terms very the name-why do you do
production and by attracting -
j to the board. reasonable Address, "C" care Sentinel it, when by saying POIN-

men who are already employed 'j; "That no teacher shall be eligible office. 5-22 tf SETTIA you get so much

thus swelling the ranks of: !|: to receive the advance in salary under more real VALUE for your

casual labor. Futhermore they never I, the schedule unless. she complies with'iand FOR SALE-New house and lot in \ I IMimttt j
have much educative value. The i I Colonial Park. $1150 money.
]I meets the requirements of the easy pay-
ority report of the laws ;' ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, I
poor commission -
board as to efficiency-Tampa Tribune Sentinel Office. It's better, becaus ewe make it
proposed, and I believe the I .
1 so, no trouble, no expense, no effort EWER\ CONNECTION
proposition practicable, that public NOTICE
is omitted or considered too ,
works be planned and developed withan Many improvements are being madeon I
eye to distributing such employ- the Arcadia Ice & Electric Com- In Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit great in order to make POINSETTIA -
Orange County Florida In Chancery the standard of purity
ment during periods of depression.A pany's plant. When completed the state Bank of Orlandovs. .
Original BillA. and I'
little forethought might secure a I plant will be practically new. G. Heath and Peoples National Bank of quality.

certain dove-tailing of private works I --! Orlando House connections to the sewer mains shouldbe
Peoples National Bank of Orlando
also. I Money to loan ;improved prop- vs. Cross Bill. FOR SALE BY
made contract while
A. G. Heath.To now. Sign now your
Emigration or colonization is of lit-I erty. S. Y. WAY. A. G. Heath:-It appears from the affi
davit of V. S. Starbuck herein duly filed, that
he is the attorney for the Peoples National V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. street is being worked on so as to have street
Bank, of Orlando; that he believes A. G. .
Heath is a resident of a state or country opened up finished.See .
other than the State of Florida; that he FLA.No.
believes the said A. G. Heath is a resident of .
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA the United States, but that his residence is p
unknown to affiant; and that affiant believes -
that the said A. G. Heath is over the .
age of twenty one years, and that there is 4
no person in the State of Florida the serviceof W. L. COBB
a subpoena upon whom would bind the said
respondent A. G. Heath.
Regular DownpourOF You are therefore ordered to appear to

this MONDAY Bill on the FIRST OF SEPTEMBER 1913, F.D.Harvey&Co.
the same being a rule day of this Court S SpirellaNot" orsets
It is further ordered that this notice be
published for eight consecutive weeks in the
south Florida Sentinel a newspaper published
in Orange county, Florida. ( Sold in Stores) Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.
BARGAINSg Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the said !
Circuit Court and the seal thereof, this the
21st day of June, A. D., 1913.B. Wear a corset made to Ct you Ask i IIIIMit
M. ROBINSON Clerk.
By M. A. HOWARD, D. C for a demonstration. Call or tend postcard
Starbuck & Starbuck toSPIRELLA
Attorneys.

By securing your person. NOTICEIn CORSET PARLORS
SOS West St. Cor. South Orlando, Fla. FRANK HYRESArtificial

al needs now, you can make more Circuit Court nth Judicial Circuit Orange MRS. J. VAS BUSKIRK Corsetiere
County, Florida
clear money than by any day's George Faithful.vs.. .
Creditor's Bill.
StoneBuilding
Hy. Spencer Brooker and
work you have ever done Everything Mary Withers Brooker. MMIIIIMMMIMMMM*
I To Hy. Spencer and Mary Withers Br.x>:,rr'
in our store is being sold It appears from the affidavit of A. F Odlin CONTRACTORSAND
herein duly filed that he is one of the solicitors -
for the complainant in the wove entitled BUILDERSWe X
at a sacrifice. cause; that the defendants Hy. Spencer BrooK- House
Brick
er and Mary Withers Brooker are each over Blocks, Cement ,
Be and visit It 21 years of age are non-residents of the of Concrete
store. all
sure our State of Florida and that there is no peivu Foundations, styles
within the State of Florida service on whom will sell you all your building also all kindsof
will eventually pay you. Remember would bind either of said defendants, and material at JOBBERS or better than Columns, and Balusters,
that said defendants reside in Fayette County. Ornamental Concrete Work In Whiteor
State of Kentucky. JOBBERS prices. We are satisfied <
lookers are welcomed as politely You are therefore ordered to appear to
this Bill on Monday the 4th day of August with a legitimate profit and are wil- Colored Facings
1913 the same being a rule day of this Court
as buyers. ling that should have the middle- \
you i
It is further ordered that this notice be
published for four successive weeks in the man's profit. Our stock is complete,

-- South Orange Florida County.Sentinel Florida., a newspaper publishedin we carry every thing and make prompt : Phone 159-Works Livingston Ave. on R. Ra
,
Witness B. M. Robinson; Clerk of the Circuit -
shipments. All goods guaranteed aa
,. Court for said county and the seal thereof .
this the' 23rd day of June A. D. 1913 represented I
Brown & I B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
I
lartigue By M. A. HOWARD D. C I -
SEAL)
(
A. F. ODLIN DYE LUMBER COMPANY II j I GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections Money to loan on improved prop
Solicitor for Complainant at about one-third less than usual i erty. S. Y. WAY.

Men's and Boys' Outfitters GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAP. Full line in stock. I.
If you have a house for rent, ad- list prices.
J vertise in the Sentinel's classified col- 0. Box F493 'I W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church Shanibarger's for bicycles and .

No. 3jMMMttMtlllHIiltim Sundries.I .
street.
umn and get a tenant. .
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Weatherburn In Ruuia the.Maddening Customs Railway flays Officials Magazine the Reality.Russian Make Robert customs It a iiANDOBAu O K TSOMPANY'1 A LUCERNE l [ [ THEATER 1 [ [ L


officers for the manner in which
they 'abuse in
their ransacking passengers'examination.baggage Describing Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.09. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURESFOUR

his arrival at St. Petersburg.Mr. .
Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
Weatherburn says: REELSFOUR -
"Amid vociferations and hoarse
I i Statement of the Orlando Bank and
shouting we at length moored along I
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tilde the quay of Waybill Ostroff (one r Trust Co., at Close of Business
of the islands on which St. Peters
burg Is built). The babel of tongues April 16th, 1913-The Sen- PROGRAM TODAY
In various languages had almost a bewildering "
,: ? '; f t! eJ.4 enth Anniversary of
effect From this I was

aroused by the customs officials, who. \ its Existence 'THE OFFICE BOY'S DREAM" . . . Comet ;
seizing my trunks and boxes and demanding '

my passport led me to their t- :0124t" An Idiotic office boy dreams of his employer's hospi- ;,
superior. The examination was pretty
tality. Comedy situations clever and .
'lUff,' and it included the smelling and Id RESOURCES are entertaining."THE
tasting by a lot of dirty handed persons
Loans and Discounts.$368,197.83
plum of cakes certain which jars I of had preserves taken in and my F_ rA A 4 ; Overdrafts ..... .. ..... .. 922.82 RAGTIME BAND" . . . . Keystone

baggage and it was not exactly amus- 9 Real Estate, Furniture A novel farce with Mr. Mace, motion picture's star
ing to see the hasty and IndiscrimInate I S ,' and Fixtures .... ..... 25, 53.4.1 comedian. A laugh in scene.
manner adopted In repacking g Stocks and Bonds .. .... 26,018.33 every $
those innocent articles.'Heavy I { k ? .
*e Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61
boots and plum cakes preserves t, ? itr I "THE CHILDREN OF ST. ANNE" .
and ink. well Hrrlr
writing paper Total ........... .. .
Ironed white, shirts and collars, neck- r=. I $789,260.08LIABILITIES A Special Feature Production "In Two Reels," by For }

ties crammed into coat sleeves-all! I ., j k !! rest liaIse)', the play-right. You have no doubt read t
that had taken weeks to carefully I
this story. The great Creole drama. First time
I
thrown in ever
pack and stow -were
away 's' Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00
a mass in a box or trunk. the gaping t : I ,I presented in motion pictures. A ljOO show for a dime.Don't .
lids of which failing to reach the lock I Surplus and Undivided
by some Inches seemed to remain I 6 r frr' 4 z Profits ...... .......... 24,144.55 miss it.

open mouthed In silent protest against 4 ; Deposits ... .. .....0. .... 665,115.53

Buch ill.usage. I. A FEW MORE $2.00 BOOKS DEFT FOR 50c. GET ONE
"Afterward the dirty hands were Total .. ....... .. ....$789,260.08 ,'.
held out for 'natch,' or tea money an __ BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE
,
Institution of which I knew more .++ -- 3ks : :
The quarreling of the Isvostchiks. or Ii
cabmen who, like sharks had already Deposits April 4, 1913592875.65 I: "LUCERNE" THE PLACE TO GO TO ENJOY YOUR- !

scented their prey, would at any Deposits April 16, 1913. 665,115.53 I: SELF. "GO WHERE CROWDS GO"MMMMmtlilliililMMMMIIMMMiltiltieiMM
other time have been intensely com
leal. I United States Government, State and County Depository Increase in 12 days . .$ :: *.

"After some trouble 1 succeeded in 72,239.88J I
get jng the lids of my boxes closed. ... rte 0 :::: TO L I I II;. tHiimitfttitmimimiiitiiMHHimitiin..
but not until plum cake and boot I. A
heels burst preserves, white shirts. I
Ink, castor oil and pills were all com : MMMHIIItlHIIMM iMIIIMtftilllitMtllliltMttMtMHtMliMMMfltM*
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mingled In one glorious state of de- THE MARKETOf
mocracy. Half an hour later found I
me In the English: hotel, where. after
recounting my troubles, I was laughedat W.M.SLEMONS-
the experience"being of nearly everyday Cleanliness Of Quality i
occurrence.

FRESH AND SALT MEATS
WORNOUT FLAGS.

Where Do You Buy Your SHOES
Uncle Sam Burns Them Unless They FISH AND GAME
.
Have Been In Battle.
The government sets an example to Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the whole country in requiring that HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"

wornout flags shall be burned and not) Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
permitted to become mere pieces of
waste rag. Whether or not any special Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $ .OO kind. They are and pure.
law or regulation governs the disposi-
tion of the flags, the universal practiceof known all over the country as one of the best makes, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

the army and navy for generations We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $150, $3.00 $3.50 and $ .OO everything in the Meat Line.
bag been that whenever a flag Is no
longer fit for service it shall be de- We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, 350. -

stroyed. We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
When a flag used at an army post or The PARLOR MARKETH.
Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
on board a naval vessel becomes unserviceable -
requisition of the quarter- We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

master Is made for a new one, and the $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.Men's M. Self & Co.
old one is burned. The same 'disposi .
Slickers warranted $3.00 and 350.
,
,
tion Is made of flags used on public
buildings In Washington. Custodians of Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
buildings outside of Washington buy 18.20 PINE STREET
their flags outright of the government TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU. .

Whether or not they follow the official I
plan of disposing of old flags cannot: Phone No. 80

be Flags stated.borne in battle are invariably W. M. SLEMONS iniiiiHiiiMimiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiMJvvwwwtxx
preserved either by the command
which carried them or under Instruc- -

government tions roomful from of the battle at war Washington.flags department is on exhibition A by whole the i s+MIIMMI : =: I.' I. '' :::::::HMIHttltMIF i *"\w LIGHT 00011U{ UiG THE WWgijW W .


>. at the war department. .. .. .... ... .. .. . . . . . . .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . . . ... j
The government Is a little thrifty, I
however, in the use of the national col I PATH TO PROSPERITY
ors. A flag is not put out of business YOU WANT THE LATEST
merely because It Is torn or worn for _
contracts are maintained with men :
who repair flags and if the Injury is IX j Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I.S I.

not too serious repairs are made and : their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
the flag Is sent back to service.-Boston I
Transcript. t THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new II

... HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
Ridiculous!
"You should take exercise every DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO I like an irresistible magnet drawing all the '

day," said the physical culturist trade within its reach: That is the reason
"You make me laugh," answered the MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY ,
seeker after health. "1 work so hard they command the attention of buyers
that I get too tired to take any exercise REFUNDED. I

"And? you should take a bath every\ For Every Store OwnerNo

day."What for?" I B. Salomon Orlando

"What for? Why, it will make you matter how small his business the Electric

feel better." I Sign is the cheapest and most effective
"Take a bath every day Just becauseIt .11111111111..11111111111..11.111111111111111111..11111111 1111'1"lial I
makes me feel better! Say, what do advertising.
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you think I am-an epicureCleveland Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub
Plain Dealer. w MIMHIMMMMMIttMmimttMMIIiMliMMIM e
a 'jfe I : mit a sketch.
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Had Enough. : No Trouble Us ..No You.
TRti cfoR,1 WE OFFER YOU to Expense to I
The reformed burglar his re I
upon Pft T 2["GRAVllIG? ( 1 : J
lease from Jail was Inclined to be a I
bit facetious "Simply state." he remarked I 'JTWAttaiD.Kan cuss WOUHli/IT' nPlPHtH secsDR4tlOT THE MOST OF THE BEST
to a reporter who chanced to MAIL ORDf.R JtRVICE.1
be in the vicinity, "that under no circumstances --------.1 ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT b L CO
will" I be a candidate for, '! For the Least J I .I
another term Proving that burglars
as well as comedy actors, have a sense --
of humor.Judge.. 1 I WELCOME TO COOK WITH GAS ,

He Was Mentioned. i i << ROYAL PALM I II II Tender Juicy MeatsYou ::11 "'YM M'MdbtlAOd'MAAdA A,AAAe r_ ,-

"Did your rich uncle mention you In I - --- I
his will?" ; ,
"Y(s." I i BARBER SHOP can always depend on getting the best at our I
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"Lucky dog! market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ- .
"Not at all. He specifically mentioned I Modern and Complete. : .
the fact that I was not to be given ence in meats. -
a dollar of his money.-Detrolt Free Everything new, individual ,
Tress. i i electric attachments at every i
__ chair. No tone has been left I III REDUCED LIVERY RATES'DURING SUMMER I I :
Had It Hidden. i II unturned to make this shop COART&PIGUEI: r I
\\ The man was looking at houses. I meet th
erequirements of the \
"Where's the lawn \ Horse and Buggy day $2.50 :
i most particular. Plenty of \ per -
"Here It b." said the agent The i BOONE STREET ORLANDOJFLA. 1
I I Courteous "
room. attendants.
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man next door had his doormat orer1t.Lou1lvll1e i 1.2 day 1.50

Courier-Journal I I I ELIJAH Proprietor.WHITEHEAD, PHONE 105 :< Carriage and Pair, per day 4,50 :

Rankln-What Splendid do you Field.think about Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. MMHIteiMiltmiMMIMttMMItilMllttllttiliiliRead u 1-2 day 2.50 :

llmplJfied spoiling, old man? Rogera- __ _h n _ _____ ______ _
That the promoters of It ought to send J. B. Magruder & Son
missionaries to Wales.Judge.fc I the Sentinel
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T. Picton Warlow. Vle .Pn.. B. WkUn How cask Harrisburg, Pa., June 23.Beginning : S

Howard C. Bibcock. Au't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Mat CMkkr with next December, all third
class cities in Pennslyvania come

under the commission form of govern-

THESTATE ment. Governor Tener, by signingthe
is
Clark bill today, put through one theCHRISTMAS

of the most important pieces of legislation -

of the year in the State of

BAM Pennslyvania.The .

bill provides for a commissionof SAVING .

five members for every third class

city in the State, one of whom is tobe

> the present mayor, and does away
of OrlandoTHE entirely with the old city council. The CLUB ? Hl

commission is to be elected next November .

i and will assume office on the

first Monday in December. The fiscal

OLDEST BANK IN ;THE CITYAND year for these cities will also beginat Merely a number oi people ho arrange to systematicallysave l

that time, instead of in April as

at present. certain odd pennies each week with the positive as ,

The mayor is to serve four years that will
surance they receive a check two weeks before
and the other four commissioners, two
The Bank which transacts more business than years under the new law. The mayor Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa will receive a salary of $3,000 a year

while the others will get 2100. The
maximum yearly salary of all other --------- -

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up city officials, which will be fixed by

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound the commission cannot exceed $3,000. You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.
The only present city officials to be
with careful attention to the legiti-
principles
banking retained after the new form of gov-

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis ernment goes into effect will be mayor The 2 cents the first

amount of deposits.: the treasurer, engineer, solicitor, $11 2 I
reuected in the large week "club" nets .
assessor and the clerk. The work in you

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 connection with the governing of the

city, falls under the new law. The I

mayor is to be at the head of the :

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS department of Public Affairs, while :

the other departments, Accounts and : IT, WORTH WHILE !
,
Finance, Public Safety, Streets and :

Public Improvements, and Parks and I
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of
Public Property will be apportioned to :
Call at 'the Christmas Savings Club Window' and let
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the the other four commissioners. : us explain it more fully,

The initiative and referendum are II or better still join some club now.

United States.iiiiiiiiitmiimittttHiiiiiiitim'1. included in the new law. It is expected I

that the new form of govern- :
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HIM ment will effect economies both in the :
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matter of official's salaries and other '
TAFT NEWS NOTES SPECIAL-LUCERNE THEATERMr. expenditures in connection with car- :
The
Peoples National Bank
rying on the city government. :
wishes
W. A. Lewis left Magruder to announce
23.
Taft June -
This is the first time that a state I
Wash., that henceforth, commencing with today -
to Spokane,
fo trip :
Friday ra has a'law the "
passed making
com- "It is a pleasure to serve .
off at Kansas City a few he will show four reels of latest youViVm"mVimmtitiiiiii
stopping mission form of government compul- :
motion daily. "Lucerne's"show
pictures
days to visit friends. In all other states where :
sory. any
Orlando will consist of the finest, high-
Mrs. John Hill was an of the cities have it the
class and most elaborate program of adopted I ?} {{ + +++ + ++t MlillMMMMMMIIM >
shopper Thursday. iMMIimiMMIiMHf
itself i
municipality voted on the ques- :
Mabel Hill, Frances Nelson motion pictures ever attempted to
Misses
tion as to whether it would adopt that
and Mrs. C. H. Hartley were in Orlando be shown in Orlando. Owing to the form of government or not. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111111111 1111111"11111111111

Friday.J. fact that at enormous expense,

is making great through the "Mutual Film Co. the
F. Harrington PULLING TOGETHER
improvements on his residence on Lucerne is now placed on the same

circuit with Mr. Frank P. Montgom
Fourth street. A single flake YOWELL'SSUMMER
snow falling upon
Mayor Bristol's bungalow on Tihrd ery's Many famous and beautiful
the broad melts
landscape ultimately
is nearly completed. This theaters throughout the South. Exactly -
street
and leaves no visible trace of its
improvement to th the same pictures will be show
makes a great abhortive effort but when
joined to
Mr. and Mrs. Bristol have at the Lucerne as shown in all his
street, as millions of others the
earth
is soon
lived in a tent during their three houses, and every one knows what
: covered with a white mantle, says the
v0... 1 n To...T t that means to the many theatergoers
yea .u .v. Far .
Journal.A
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kerr and child THE BEST, NO EXCEP- IS HEREAnd
TIONS.. For single brook wending its way
ren will leave next week for Penn- instance, pictures
through the valley is weak and im-
shown at the Theater
sylvania to spend the summer. They j I Montgomery ,
potent, but joined with others it
will also attend the Gettysburg reun- j Tampa one day are shown at the Lu-
i i cerne the following day and forms a great stream whose flow
so on.
we able to show the
ion. ; are mpstUPTODATE
Mr. Magruder's efforts to speeds the wheels of industry. A sin- you
\ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellison and are please
fam-I and bring to Orlando the finest and gle man in a community can do little
back their
will on
Tanner ily pond move next week. best pictrues obtainable, and everyday by himself, but by joining men of LINE in READY-TO-1

The patriotic instructor and presi- in the week a good show of clean, kindred aims, the union can do much

wholesome amusement. Hopeing his for the moral, mental and physical WEAR and PIECE GOODS shoWnin
dent of Taft W. R. C. No. 6, presenteda I ever
betterment of the community. Neighborhoods
efforts will receive heartiest -
beautiful flag to the M. E. Sunday your ap-

school last Sunday, June 15. I I proval, Mr. Magruder says, "Quality cease to grow when the people Orlando. !
cease to labor in union and workat
Children's day vas observed last Counts, and that it is a pleasure for
him to cross purposes. Therefore it is
please
you.I ,
Sunday at the M. E. I!arso" age. Afine J
essential for the community's ad-
was given by the
{
program
vancement that all pull together.
ANDERSON
MURDER TRIAL BEGUN
children, and much praise given the |I There should be.
no room in neighborhood
choir for the hymns sung. I| for pullbacks.FOR any We just received a shipment of Italian Few pieces of Corduroy and Welt1 Pique

; Taft W. R. C. will have ice cream,
; Tampa, June 23.-In Circuit Court Silk Ratine, colors Oyster White, Neil left, Colors, Light Blue, Lavender and
cake and lemonade for sale Saturday, t
June 28, at the Taft hotel. I'today the trial of J. Mitchell Anderson REFLECTION"It Rose and Champagne, at White, all on three tables at
charged with murder in the first
Mrs. J. N. Chick and son, Leslie, has
left for their home at DeLeon Springs degree, was begun. Anderson will be not always occurred to a 65c Yard 17 24 and 28c per Yard
of prosecuted by George P. Raney, the man or an organization, instrumentalin per ,
after
Monday spending a couple
the
passage of a drastic law for
State who
new Attorney, recently
weeks here with ,
parents.Mr. the of .
punishment certain offenses to
succeeded H. S. assisted
and Mrs. A. L. Wright of Or- Phillips, by which
E. R. Dickinson, and will tbe defendedby such man or organization has
lando, were home Sunday. Attorney R. W. Davis and S. T. devoted much time and study, that the

The Taft people will be much sur- Fletcher. A large venrie has been mere passage of the law has of itself 27-inch Satin Finish Charmeuse, Dot col27inch Crepe Ratine, just the latest for
prised to hear of the marriage of Miss A -=-
Edna Hehn at Pittsburg, Pa., last ordered from which to secure a jury. accomplished the little or nothing toward ors, Light Blue, White and Yellow, at Summer Dresses at27c
Anderson is charged with the mur- suppression of a crime; that the ,
Thursday. Miss Edna was the youngest der of his father-in-law, Joseph L. more drastic the law, in control of un- .
daughter of Mrs. E. M. Thomas, 53c Yard per Yard
worthy per
men charged with its enforcement -
Wread, at Xicholls, April, 8, it being
of this .
formerly place.LOCKHART the
alleged that he first shot the old man I mightier instrumentality
to death and then burned his houseto I has been placed in the hands of such

hide the crime. men for extorting blackmail from law

breakers.-Charles S. Whitman' in

Lockhart, June 23.We enjoyed the BEALL MAY BE APPOINTED New York World. Full Line of ME I ITS at Popular Pies

rain of yesterday very much and hope This, coming from the great prose-

for more soon. cutor of the
metropolis carries some
Pensacola, June 23.Though nothing -
Mr. W. R. Carraway, Mr. Henry weight with the statement.
in that connection has been said
Wymann and Mr. John Coleman took
by the new prosecuting attorney for H
in the excursion to Jacksonville last SIGNED APPROPRIATION
the Federal Court, Northern Districtof
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week and report a pleasant trip.
Florida, friends of Phillip I
Mr.V.. A. Willsey spent a few daysin Beall young Special to The Sentinel.Washington P. YOWELLThe
the present efficient assistant
Lake Mary on business for the attorney June 23.The President -
prosecuting for the district .
Overstreet Crate Company.Mr. believe he will receive the appoint- tonight signed the sundry civil

George Lehmann's family mov- ment of assistant under AttorneyLove. appropriation bill, vetoed by Taft as

ed into their new home last Saturday.We his last official act and the appropriation -

had services in the Methodist of one hundred and sixteen mil- Big White StoreN.

church last conducted Rev.G. lions
Sunday by DEGREE FOR PROF. TAFT carried in the measure was legalized -

D. Reeves. subject to rider which says,
Mr. Ben Caldwell returned Satur- of > Illillllllllllllllllllllll > H"
the
none funds
shall be used for
Utica, N. Y., June 23.-Former
day night from Monte Verde', wherehe President Taft arrived here the prosecutions of labor unions orfarmers' I ------------ --.-
today
spent a few days visiting friends. ('Ion his way to Hamilton College, near organizations. WET AND DRY ELECTION nolds wrote the exact truth when he FOR SALE

Ethel Rose returned Sunday from i wrote the above. Orange county has 1
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this city, where he receives the degree ,
Lake where she has been visit- MISSING in the further use for the saloon. The
Mary of doctor of civil laws. From GIRL WITNESS FOUND Pinellas County is now I no Practically new Rambler Auto

ing her grandparents.Mr. here he proceeds to Cincinnati to attend throes of a wet and dry campaign.The setiment is strong against saloons. bile, equipped with Presto lights, to

George Atwell left last week I to legal business in connection Chicago, June 23.-Mary Schieber,, Tarpon Springs Progress, pub- Many people who voted wet at last curtains, windshield,, speedomete

for Jacksonville, where he intendsto i with the Southern Railroad. 12 years old, sought by the authorities lishes a list of communications from'! election would now vote dry for they ; clock, bumper, spare wheel with

make his home. I i at Memphis, as a witness against her Mayors of various cities on this sub- ; have seen the good results. I tire, tube and complete set tools extr
The cleaning around the Methodist mother, Mrs. which is statement'from The world demands sober people. I an
I Miss Ethel Dickson will leave todayfor Margaret Schieber, accused ject, among a i accessories.
church has improved its looks won- New. York to be gone all sum- of shooting her husband, was; Mr. Reynolds Mayor of Orlando, The saloon's business is to make peo- Also has auto trunk

derfully.A mer. located last night on the north side in which re says, "I am sure I express ;, ple drunk. 1 cases for touring. Reason with two sell

at the home of her half-sister, Mrs the sentiment of three fourths of our j ing have no further for

nice two-story concrete business LOST-Two wire stretchers; returnto Leon Jones. The child is said to haveat people when I say, never again any i When the avarage man gets sick ; use for car.

building has just been erected in Cot- Helms' Hardware Company and one time prevented her mother saloons for us." he lays it to everything except whis-i I Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.

tondale. get reward. 6-23 5t. from attacking her father. The Sentinel believes Mayor Rey key or tobacco. L-Page-b.2E
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