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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 25, 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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THE DAILY SENTINEL





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THE PEOPLE'S PA PER '


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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25TH, 1913. NUMBER 116.

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MARY TRIBBlI MAY ,VnmANS TENTING ( BAD BUTCHER HANGS : BIG MilliNG PlANT OffiCIAl DRAfT Of LAKE[ CHEROKEE[ IS



SURVIVE[ POISONso IN GETTYSBURG IS I GiRLON HOOK TOTALLY\VRECKED\ [ [ REVISED[ INCOME TAX I! A BEAUTY SPOT _


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THINKS ONE PHYSICIAN WHO FORTY THOUSAND CONFEDERATE AUGUSTAN IS ARRESTED FOR :, BY SPONTANEOIS: COMBUSTIONIN ADMINISTRATIVE FEATURES OF RESIDENTS OF THE SOUTHERN

HAS STUDIED CASE-NO ANALYSIS AND GRAND ARMY OF RE. i, CRUEL, INHUMAN TREATMENT I II A PIT WHERE MANY TONS THE UNDERWOOD TARIFF BILLS I; SECTION DELIGHTED WITH

REPORTED-EITHER PUBLIC VETERANS TO HOLD t OF HIS DAUGHTER-BOND I II CORN: WERE STORED-SEVEN: .\ REWRITTEN BY TilE SENATE THE MARKED IMPROVE
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CRAYON OR CANDY REUNION ON BATTLEFIELD j REFUSED PRISONER I I KILLED; FIFTY INJURED FINANCE COMMITTEESpecial MENTS IN TWO WEEKS.

Atlanta.. Ga., June 24.-Hope for Gettysburg, Pa., June 21.The hills i | Augusta, Ga., June 21J. J. Johnson I Special to The Sentinel. to the Sentinel. Orlando, Fla., June 21th, 1913 .

the ultimate recovery of sevenyearold of Gettysburg, where the armies of a butcher at Twelfth and d'An- J I Buffalo, N. Y., June 24.-Seven men Washnigton, June 21.The official To The Editor: .

Mary Tribble, said to be slowly Meade and Lee pitched their tents fifty tignac streets, was arrested last night j i are known to be dead and fifty persons draft of the revised income tax and In as much as I was responsible for

dying of colored chalk poisoning, was years ago, are flecked today with on the charge of inhuman treatment i injured, some of J hem fatally, in a administrative features of the Under the preparation and publication of

held out yesterday by Dr. Simon L. canvas harbingers of the tented city of his daughter, a girl of 15 years of series of explosions, followed by fire wood t"1;;: will; as rewritten was practically ilte open:: communication addressed to

Katzoff, who has visited the Tribble which will soon arise on the battle : age, and was arraigned in recorder's late today, which destroyed the Husted reduced by the Finance Com! the Mayor and City Council some

home in East Atlanta and made an field.The | court this morning. On motion of the Milling Company's big plant at Elk mittee in a clause exempting incomes | 'days since in regard to the unsanitary

examination of the child's condition.Dr. army of Civil War veteransfrom ; defendant's attorney, who had just and Peabody streets. Two bodies have of three thousand dollars being substituted i condition of Lake Cherokee, I now feelit

Katzoff declared Monday that the north and south-forty been employed in the case, the case been lei-overed. Every hospital in the for four thousand dollars in encumbent, from a sense of right

he did not think the girl was suffer- thousand of them-are coming, some i was continued until Friday morning. :, city i is filled with the injured. The the exemption clause in the house bill. and justice, to say a few words fur-

ing from chalk poisoning, but rather few in thread worn uniforms and all Call Officer Moore, of the police department I factory employs more than two hun- The Finance Committees' substitution 1 1 ther.

that the drug had been taken into her without their muskets, to hold a jubilee -: states that when he arrived j dred men and the explosions caused follows "that there shall be deducted I have consulted with a number of

system by eating highly colored candy. reunion on the fiftieth anniversary -i at the Johnson meat shop after a i j I the walls to collapse. from the net income of each j I the residents contigious to Lake Cherokee

Just the nature of the poison said to of the battle. : neighbor had telephoned for an officer,': The Nickle Plate passenger train person, $3,000 plus $1,000 addition if within the past few days, as I

form the cative principle of the dye Some of the scouts are already here; the girl is said to have been hanging I'!;! was passing the plant when the first the person making the return be a.I have also with other residents of the

in the case of either crayon or candy, 1 the advance guard will bivouac on the i from a meat hook suspended on the i I explosion occurred. Although the track married man with a wife living and southern section of the city, and we

he did not set forth. 1 field within a week; the rank and file wall by a chain which had been wrap- I is 150 feet from the mill, the engineer,i dependent upon him and being her-I J! are all delighted with the marked improvement

But the paraylsis which has attacked will follow them not more than forty-, ped twice around her neck and locked. and firemen were blown from the cab, self not taxable under the income tax wrought within the past

little Mary Tribble's left side, he eight hours later. ,I I Moore says that her arms and portions II but not killed. Both were seriously in- law, or $1,000 addition if a person be'' two weeks. Our section is now entirely -

asserted, was not a symptom of chalk Every starof the forty-eight in the \I I of her body and head showed evidence 'I\: jured. a married woman with a dependent. free of mosquitoes and we are en

poisoning. He said that he believes American flag is expected to have here I i'I I of severe beating and blood was run- An unidentified boy was killed while husband also untaxable, but that in joying the comfort which the hereto-

the girl's condition could be bettered its own quota of veterans. They will fling freely from wounds caused by crossing the railroad bridge close to no event shall the $1,000 be deductedby fore sanitary condition of the city

"by putting her body in constant mo- come as the guests of the National 'I the butt-end of a buggy whip. He ar- I the mill. The young man was run' both husband and wife. If the vouchsafed unto us.

tion and applying hot and cold waterto government, and of their respective !! rested Johnson, first drawing his revolver down and killed by an automobile car- person making returns shall be a married : I wish to publicly commend the

stimulate circulation.The states and territories, which jointly'' as Johnson had a butcher knife rying physicians which was hurrying ] man or woman there shall be adS Street Committee, under whose supervision -

little girl revived perceptiblyon will spend more than a million dollars j :i in his hand. He has been refused bond! to the scene of the explosion.One ditional exemption of $500 for each the improvements in and around

Sunday after a treatment, but later for their entertainment and comfort. '1 by the authorities and Chief of Police i of the men working near the pit I minor child living with and dependent ]I Lake Cherokee were made, for the excellent -

went into convulsions and the family To receive them the government andjl i Elliott says that he will resist habeas i| where the explosion occurred was upon taxable parents. Social welfare I and thorough work which has

physicians attending her expressed little the state of Pennsylvania have made j corpus proceedings if they are blown through the roof of the build- societies, state municipalities and in- 1 t been done. That lake is now a spot of

hope for her recovery on Monday elaborate plans. One detail alone provides i 1 brought. The chain cut a gash in the ing and onto the railroad trestle five surance companies where entirely muI beauty and one of the many assets of

afternoon.No for furnishing the veterans more j i girl's neck and she was exhausted. hundred feet away. When picked up tual, were excluded from. the operation -! 'our city, which should be conservedin

one seems to know exactly when than 800,000 meals.Pennsylvania : Johnson said that he whipped his by an ambulance surgeon, he was ter- of the act. That portion of the i its present condition for the benefit -

the child ate the crayon said to be the has been planning for :'
cause of her condition, but it is said the celebration of the battle for more to the hospital.The at source greatly strengthened and i know I express the sentiment of

that little girls in the neighborhoodassert than four years. She has appropriated : Johnson is charged with disorderly explosion was caused by spontaneous the clause inserted providing for the I/all those who left the banefull effectsof

that she did eat part of some $415,000 as her share of the ex- conduct, cruelty to a child and asault I combustion, in the pit where collection of tax from foreign invest- those congested hyacinths when I

colored chalk sticks. pense. Congress has appropriated !, with intent to murder. I many tons of corn were stored. ments. I personally extend thanks and congratulations -

Thus far, it is understood, no anal- '$150,000 to defray the expense of the Many of the victims had their eyes I to the city council for their

ysis of a similar piece of crayon has; government's participation and named ;, BAN ON DEADLY DRUGS blown out or hands and feet burnedoff. RELAY RACE WASHINGTON TO prompt and efficient relieving of an

been made to determine the exact kind[ a commission to help carry out the The plant was totally destroyed CHICAGO unbearable condition.

of poison contained in the dye, but; plans. Every state and territory also I j Chicago, June 24.-Aroused by un by the fire which followed the explosion S. Y. Way.

the assumption is that the dye used is, accepted the general invitation to par- : usually frequent suicides and :lcciJ with a loss of about one million r, Special to the SentinelWashington I

of the analine variety.Dr. ticipate and nearly all of them appro- ntal deaths oy poisor.\ three aldermen 'I' dollars. I June 24.-One of the BAND CONCERT AND SOCIAL

R. E. Stone, who has been attending priated money to transport veterans' last night introduced orders requiring II I longest relay events in which boys of

the child since three days after and commissions. 1 j, the health committe- draftan SEAMAN KILLS SELF j this country have participated, started The Orlando Concert Band gave a
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she was taken sick, said Monda, The big camp is pitched on that ordinance prohibiting the prornUi f today when President Wilson handed public concert at the band stand last

that members of the family had made part of the battlefield which lies southeast i i! cuous sale of deadly drugs. All were Savannah, Ga.-, June 24.-Rather I I the first boy in the chain a mesage to night in connection with the Emmanuel -

known their intention of having ar:I of Gettysburg. On nearly 300 raised. than submit to arrest, for leaving the I I j!i the officials of the international athletic Baptist lawn social. A large crowd
acres of contiguous 7,000 tents ;, "These poisons be championships, to be held at Grant the and
examination of the chalk made, but ground may purchasedlas ship without permission, T. Eaton gathered to enjoy music par-
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asserted, such an examination woulcreveal i and more are going up under the supervision -l easily as cough drops," asserted' '! seaman of the United States steamI ;j i Park, Chicago, June 28 to July 6. Overa ticipated in the social festivities of

nothing of great value in th of the war department. The Alderman Schaefer. "Lizzie Silver, thousand lads will run in variousI the Emmanuels. .
I Tacoma in
ship, now port, ended his I I
matter of treatment at this advance d I camp lies partly on the scene of the I' man gave up her life Sunday, a victim .1 i life while standing in a public square distances over the 800 mile course-- ---- to-- It was one of the most enjoyable

stage of the poisoning.MRS. first day's fighting and is not far fromHigh I of poison, taken accidentally, for this morning. Private L. E. Woods, a I ,Chicago, the greatest distance run by ccasions of the season. The music

Water Mark, where Pickett's which no antidote is known, and which ,marine and any boy being one mile. In some of ]rehearsed made everyone proud of
Master-at-Arms H. Italian
T. PICTON WARLOW famous charge shattered against the'I may be bought by anyone. This body J. Dougherty were detailed to ar- nand larger cities the distance each boy 1 their band and the Municipal League,

Union lines. is in a way responsible for her death, rest Eaton. When they located him, I j is to run has been cut down to as low who made this band possible to Orlando -

Will Be Guest of the Welfare Department Five thousand tents have been trect- because of its backwardness in pro- it was seen that the seaman was arm- as an eight of a mile, in order to give ] are justly proud and is entitledto

Woman's Club ed for the exclusive use of the veter viding an ordinance preventing the ed. They called for assistance from all the boys who wished to do so an j the profound gratitude of the people

ans. The camp has ben laid out like sale of poisons without a prescription. I opportunity to participate. :, ] of Orlando.A .
Much pleasure and interest attaches a policeman. When they surrounded
a city. Each street and each tent has ." The boys will run day and night and good band of great value to a
to the visit of Mrs. T. Picton Warlow, the sailor he drew a revolver.
a number, so it will be for t"I'll last boy in the chain is scheduled and Orlando has that
easy
any I city now one
who will be the guest of the Welfare I kill myself before I'll return!" i to dash '
veteran to look up a former comrade : SOUGHT JOB IN POWDER PLANT Eaton creid. into Grant Park with the mes- will do credit to the city and sustains'the
Department Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .
or foe. In the center of the I sage on the afternoon of the 28th,' of our former splendid
camp reputation
Warlow who The next instant he the
from
comes Or- pressed revolver -
will be the headquarters of the chief I Paterson, N. J., June 24.-In a suit w hen the championship games will bei i band organizations.The .
lando is chairman his breast and
of the Departmentof against fired.
quartermaster. The veterans will be to divorce his wife on the ground of officially opened. The message from! band has an enrollment of thir-
Civics i He died in
few
of the State Federation ofWoman's a minutes.
the
encamped according to states. I i desertion, Peter K. Hicks has gone on President contains an expression ty-two members. Those participatingin
Clubs and is well known Although each tent is designed tot 9 I[ record in chancery here as a most of his approval of athletics in general last night's concert were as follows
throughout the State as one of the i doleful husband. FAVOR SUNDAY BASEBALL and the American
accommodate in
twelve men, it has been games particular. \
most efficient and well
of the
equipped
planned to assign only eight veterans 1 He testified yesterday that the alleged .
Welfare Clarinets, P. H. Dennison, J. A. Mc-
Department to impart knowledge ,to each desertion of his wife made himso : New York, June 24.-A referendum The relay is in no
and information so as to make them as comfortable i i sense a race, as ,! ]Leod and Charles Rock, Jr.; baritones,
along civic lines disconsolate that vote taken among the mayors of fifty no will be
he job in attempt made to break
State chairmen. as possible. Each veteran got a any : Joe Ferris, Jr., and Harry A. Hoffner;
She comes to the a powder in the that the cities in New York State shows an records and no boy has been
will have a separate cot, blankets and factory hope asked to \tenors, Joseph Woodnick and HarryN.
especially, but her visit will be of 'i
val- a mess kit which will contain a plate,I I i plant would blow up. His prayer was overwhelming majority in favor of run his. hardest. The boys will I run ] James; bass drum, John K. Nick
and interest
ue to every member of cup knife, fork and and will answered a few months later, when Sunday baseball, according to figuresof regardless; of rain, mud or any other
the Woman's Club all of spoon ') olds; snare drum, E. M. Blasss; altos,
whom have
the conference of of the unfavorable
become his personal when he I' he was sent to the hospital with five mayors conditions.
property i
C. D. Cowart and E. R. Thompson
been cordially invited to meet Mrs. (lothers injured in I State of New York. Out of 32 mayors The course to be ( ;
Warlow. breaks camp. Each tent also will have:| an explosion. traversed by the ,cornets, Jas. N. Burden, George A.
Mrs. two hand basins, a water bucket, candies -I i j By the time he recovered he ceased i iI voting, 27 endorsed Sunday baseball. boys has been laid out over the usual !I Baas, Gus Moremen, Miss Lorene
J, T. Fuller I
president of the to grieve his domestic Five were against it. A resolution has automobile route from
and two lanterns. With the I over troubles 1 I Washington to
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Orlando Civic preparation I I Starkey; bass, E. S. Keys; W. A.
League, has been invited of meals the veterans will have I! and decided that life was worth living been sent to Governor Sulzer, requesting I i Chicago and passes through 98 towns \ Starkey leader.
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to accompany Mrs. Warlow, both nothing to do. These will be wholesome I after all.BASEBALL. j. that he place the matter before I and also including Gettysburg, Pitts- '

of whom will receive a most cordial and substantial and will be serv- the Legislature with a view to repeal- burg, Cleveland, Toledo and South'I'

welcome from the Woman's Club. ed at the ends of the company streets.( RESULTS IN THE BIG ing statutes which prohibit professional -! Bend. At many of the points the message j AFTER NEW YORK CENTRAL

All members of the Club are ear- LEAGUES ball on Sunday. will be carried by Boy Scouts
nestly requested to be present. The I while in other New York, June 24.-The plans of
"SIT AROUND"The places the Y. M. C. A.boys .
meeting will be called to order I Special to The Sentinel and the ; the New York Central Railroad for
GOING school
TO CAMBRIDGE boys will act as
promptly at 3:30. There will be onlya National ;; running its lines along Riverside Drive,
Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian I I messengers.

brief business Boston, 5; Philadelphia, 8. before the board
period, followed by j I !i I come of estimate and
: church held : Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell leaves
"Sit
a Around"!, today -
New i
York '
the introduction of Mrs. Warlow and I' !' 4; Brooklyn, 0. I I i'apportionment: today. Although the
in the lecture room yesterday, at which' ( for the north, where they will ASSASSINS EXECUTED i I
Cincinnati-Pittsburg rain.
Mrs. Fuller. The afternoon will close railroad claims that the plans will im-
with a social hour. about forty members were present. St. Louis, 1; Chicago, 0, one inning \ spend several months. The Dr. will 'I, Constantinople, June 24.-Twelve of I i I prove the city, it is a foregone conclu
Mrs. Phillips Slemons and Mrs. Sid- I 'Itake a course of study covering
The played; rain. St. Louis, 1 Chicago I sev- the men sentenced to death
social hour of the program is ; in connec Zion that they will be killed at the
ney Ives, Jr., were in charge of the 0, second ; eral months at Cambridge on the sub tion with the
in the hand of the committee on ar game. assassination of Mah- meeting.
delicious dinner served at noon, afterwhich ': ject of municipal government moud
American ; Schefket
Pasha
rangements, Mrs. May Dickins and the late Grand
Mrs. W. A. Fitts, and the courtesies an impromptu, but very delightful Chicago, 0; St. Louis, 8. 1 The Dr. has built up a large practicein I Vizier, were executed this morning i in I PACT WITH NORWAY ENDS .

committee, Mrs Neal and Mrs. Vorce. musical program was given. Washington, 3; New York, 0.of Orlando and has arranged with Dr.I Bayazid Square. '
These gatherings are the source Detroit, 4 Cleveland 6 first The place
; was
Sanford Herald. game. I surrounded by a dou
Washington June 24. The arbitra-
much pleasure and the one yesterda Detroit, 6; Cleveland, 5, second gam e. ; ENCOURAGES BOYS TO PLAY ble cordon of armed military police. -
i ) lion agreement between the United
was particularly
enjoyable. :
Philadelphia-Boston, rain.Southern GOLF troops and city
police but
YOUTHFUL SUICIDE there was { States and Norway ends by limitation
no disturbance.

c Special to The Sentinel. SPECIAL CLOTHING SALE Chattanooga, 6; Memphis, 4. 1 Plainfield. J., June 24.-The sec- walked to the scaffold The condemned with firm steps.Several men.I I' today. There between will be a new five-year
agreement the countries
Men an boys in need of clothing, will I Mobile 8; Birmingham, 1. i and junior metropolitan golf championship of them delivered addresses I two ,
Alamo, Tenn., June 24.-Disappoint> find it however.
to their interest to visit the
Nashville, 6; Montgomery, 5. I meet at the Plainfield Country from the scaffold.
ed because her didn't
playmate
accompany istore of Scruggs & Dickson. As is New Orleans, 4; Atlanta, 1.a Club, which began today, is expected -
her to a children's party at aneighbor's known all WEATHER REPORT
to -our citizens this is
,
South Atlantic to set the establishment of a SULZER'S PRIMARY BILL
house, Janie Reville, aged(I new stock and consequently, not a line Charleston, 4; Macon, 0. new mark for a boys' golfing event i in LOST Local thunder showers Wednesday

ten, committed here suicide by drinking: of old back numbers being offered, but t i i Savannah, 4; Albany, 0. this country. Special features are I Special to The Sentinel I and Thursday, except fair in northwest -

poison today. bran new fresh stock right uptodateand Columbus, 5; Jacksonville, 3. matches for young boys. Albany, N. Y., June 24.-The assembly 1 portion.
at cut rate prices. ; I
i Carolinai late today defeated Governor '
The pesimist stays at home awaits nd I i Greensboro, 3 Durham 2. I Sulzer's direct Talking peace without battle
i ; Some people have the happy faculty primary bill 92 to 54. ships
for it to rain while his neighbors The finest of stationary, Curtis &; | Charlotte, 3; Winston-Salem, L of being able to recognize their dutyin The Legislature was called in extra hardly stirs the same feeling of confidence '
to the
go picnic. O'Neal, next to Postoffice. Raleigh, 5; Asheville, 4. time to sidestep it session six weeks ago r as talking peace with them.




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' TO UNCLE ABNER.:I I 1 ,,;, t;';':;' :':' i:: ;".HmiiiiMiiMiMii UMiii

The best way to find out how little I

film.fcny feller knows is-just to listen. to I Gifts to Please I II! Bargains Bargains! |


A Prince Albert coat don't git a i
feller as far in a business way as it I
>jBfled to.There. Ii Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
May be safely purchased from Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
is no use in claiming that and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
you bought an ombreller for nobody body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
,ill believe it. us where everything! Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
,/ Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
We never saw a mortgage shark is guaranteed. Gingham, from 98c up.
who looked as though he ever en- i Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
from 25c .
up.Ladies'
joyed a good laugh.
; .- Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
One thing that a kid can't under- J' Y!j j styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
stand is how his father kin use lang- Dry Goods at a special reduction.
for him : Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
uage that is wrong to use. Allen & Co.
Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
Hats from 25c up.
Very few up-to-date fellers nowa-
thy carry their false teeth in their Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
Cashmere Suits, all from
$8.00 and
pocket wrapped up in a silk handker- up.
Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
chief. JEWELERS
Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up. ,
Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles ?t
I never yet have seen a society woman -
and colors, from 50c up.Boys' ,. r
who could drink out'n a bubbly i a ,
Pants from 25c up. ,_
look she Orlando FloridaOur
and
fountain it.When. as though en- Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up. i"' ". \
joyed j Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. f&
1i. '".
feller has automobile i Notwithstanding our exceptional 1 low prices, in addition .. r':,
a got an .
we give :away premiums in chinaware to everybody k- 'J5._..
and a large family and goes I! who trades \.th 7.J" r -j
us.
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broke he always lays the blame on! We want your trade and we assure you that we will I,, It-ti
the family. j Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar trSJ
I antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and I Icomince
It sounds like a paradox, but a i ,
yourself, jour trade will be appreciated.
great many people in cu: village puteverything \ service always. for the Snow Shoe.
your ;: If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
they have on their backs J!

In order to make a front.I j I iI I:i,, I H. Kaimer's New Bargain Store, Orlando j jH

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have seen lots of fellers who could
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wear derby hats in the summer and I --- -- -- .. MiMeMMMMMCMMMMMMCCM'Agent '

be happy. It all depends upon the'' I
point of view after all. j
i : Everything in DrugsrE I

There is always work for willing i!
hands to do. When a feller gets;' LISTEN jiii
through mowing his lawn he kin I
start right in and mow it over again DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST ASI BEST

1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
A feller finds out more about the Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
true inwardness of automobiles in Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR

five days after he buys one then he We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
found out in five years of looking at WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
'em and reading about 'em. TALKING
cerne.GET
Hon. E. L. Waterman of Citra, who A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST. ABOUTASK

owns property on the Silver Springs TRY OUR ICE CREAM
toad, which has recently been annexedto I II FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
{ Ocala, has made that city an offer
The Best Ever !
that is lights and water will be extended ; i i

land:'he to proposition to the his city place of will Ocala he be will for taken a donate park.up MMMMMIIMHIIIMMMimmtlMMMIMMMHlVFor READ THE SENTINEL L r FOR THE NEW& MAGRUDERMltllMt

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1 BAYS Saturday, June 21st, 9 A. MIII Ft BAYS


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$20 000 PRICES OF CAUSE AND LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, AND ENTIRE BARGAINSALE-ONE THELCITY AT
THAT WILL WILD EXCITEMENT AND VOLUMNOUS BUYING. A GREAT AND GIGANTIC OR-
LANDO NEVER SAW BEFORE. COME PEOPLE, COME !

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


fll.IIIIIIIIIIICIOttttttt4F MMMMMMMMMMMM* ICORIIIXG
WE PROPOSE TO MAKE THIS SALE THE GREATEST AND GRANDEST SALE THAT HAS EVER
R E E F R E E
BEEN 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
I SATURDAY : REDUCED PRICE BARGAIN SALE, THEREBY PLEASING OUR PRESENT CUSTOMERS AND DRAWING Pattern Sets. Fifty

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. P. to Magruder'sMoving Show, andmany I
; Absolutely FREE, one $25 ; ; other attic es
of Merchandise
IT'S A SALE THAT'S DIFFERENT. COME SEE.SIFECGLAJL.
Hornless Gra ho hone and -
; P P \ [ will be given away
; 1 beautiful 42-piece China absolutely FREE.

I Pattern Dinner Set. TC TICS'E V E R Y BOD Y

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Free to the Men Free CHASE DURING THIS SALE Free-to the Ladies.F ree

To the first 25 men in our Store on opening The Great Automobile Contest closes with this sale. This is your last chance to boost your favorite To the first 25 Ladies in our Store on open-
morning, who make purchases amounting to Contestant. Contestants get busy and get your friends in to this sale and hare them make their ing morning who make purchases amountingto
purchases while they can make One Dollar buy what it ordinarily takes Two Dollars to buy. $100'
$1.00 or more, we are going to give a pair of e, 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. your last chance. A Gigantic Money Saving Sale full of snaps. Free Prizes, bargains on just the of Beautiful Silk Hose FREE.

COME WITH THE RUSH Merchandise you need and 5,000 Votes with every dollar purchase on the Automobile Contest. COME WITH THE RUSH

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HEREIN IS THE JOKE I SLEEPLESSNESS HABIT? I
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An American journalist on a visit The inability to sleep is now classedas I Gowns 98c.FULL For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
to London suggested that the suffra- a habit. i Crepe I
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gette leaders, that is the militant ones Of course, sleeplessness is caused i II I
for Englishmen don't mind the non- by disease, too, but at the same timea I I

militants at all, be sent to St. Helena, perfectly healthy person may get I
where Emperor Napoleon spent a the habit of not sleeping and lay the I LINE MUSLIN UNDER- will sell Lime at 90c

number of his in seclusion. foundation thereby for all sorts of I
days
\" E A R, EMBROIDERIES,
After making the suggestion (it was diseases. There are various ways it I I per barrel delivered,

one of those deucedly complex American can be discarded. I LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, j

jokes, y'know) the American Dr. Joseph Collins of New York;i p five barrel lots.
STATIONERY, TOILET AR-
journalist had to move quickly. The who is regarded as an authority oni I II i

militatnts swore to "get him," for nervous troubles by medical men gen-
Home Secretary McKenna had appeared erally, has written a little book on I

to take to the idea, and until sleep and the sleepless in which he. Florida Metal Co.
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he learned it had been offered in a brings forward the fact that many LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS iI
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spirit of jest, considered it seriously.An people who have come to him for I i'
English writer in a prominent treatment for insomnia haven't a McNEIL-DAYiS BUILDING

magazine, asserts that if Christabel thing the matter with them exceptan I McCULLOCFI'SDEPARTMENT Phone 41.
Pankhurst were French she would be acquired taste to stay awake when .

either in prison or in the Argentine they should be sleeping.Dr. I -
STORE
Republic "for the French authorities Collins is authority for the -
would certainly not have consideredher statement that the acquirement of the O'ltlt'l.elllll "IIII.IJIIIIIIII..tJIIII" '"
case with kid gloves. If Christ- habit of sleeplessness is one of the 124 South Orange Avenue I

abel were French," went on this very worst things that can happento OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

writer, in an effort to tell what the and that the victim of
French would do with the militants, such a a person habitants to get busy right i j i ........ [ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER t

"the authorities would ask for her away and shake it off. In such cases i -- -
extradition on the ground that she the use of drugs is almost worthless} POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt

had incited to various breakages of in the production of sleep. What the i i -

the law, to arson, and other attacks victim needs is a system of exercise! the solicitation of many citizens '

upon property which are no less crim-,and baths, together with the cultiva- of Orlando, I have consented to I

inal than picking a pocket or steal- tion of a tranquil mind. be a candidate for the office of Al- Have your room or house

ing the silver when the butler's backIs does derman, to fill the vacancy made by
While Dr. Collins not so
say \
turned. There would be no ques- directly, it is inferred from his gen-I the resignation of Mr. Seegar.If I cleaned without dust or troubleof
tion of an elegantly named hunger- elected, I will act impartially in
eral statements that reading in bed
strike." This same writer concludes all matters and in the interest of all) furniture
and going to bed with your businessare moving .
with the statement that
illuminating the people.
two excellent ways of petting this
the English are too sentimental towards I S. S. GRIFFINANNOUNCEMENT .
pernicious habit. If a person cannot
these meaning the mil
women
leave his business on his desk at the
itants. Christabel in prison in France' The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
office or his machine in the shop, he
would remain in prison and continue I
should lay it carefully on a chair I I hereby announce my candidacy THE SUMMERGIRLShe
to absorb food and by such
no gentle i when he goes to bed. The habit of for alderman to fill the vacancy made' perienced man.
method as "forcible feeding" as'' planning business campaigns when by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar i! delights in eating superbly exquisite -

known in England," but by a much one should be sleeping is likely to lead subject to the election called for same j chocolates and bonbons as

less elegant means known to medicalmen I to all sorts of troubles. As is the and if elected will endeavor to fill}much as the winter girl-so don't for- SEE THEM FOR TERMSCHURCH

and by which method lockjaw habit of reading in bed. The mind same to the interest of the city. i get to send your Lady Love a box of

patients are fed." : adjusts itself to such conditions and Respectfully, ,our delirious confections as regularly
That is one suggestion of what to I as you did in the cool months.
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sleep will not come if there is a book GEO. A. BARKER.
do with the militants. Put them in I
to read or a plan for the next day's i (To July 8- Here we have everything in Sweets
prison and if they won't eat, force work to be outlined.OPPORTUNITIES. I that will delight the most experienced -

food rather upon intelligent them and medical if necessary means usea of I I FOR EVERY. Bids NOTICE will-be WILL received RECEIVE for the BIDS over:I and critical of feminine palates.BUTT'S The PIERCE[ f ELECTRIC[ L COIJIiCI'

forcing. This same magazine pub-
BODYIf hauling and construction of rooms in Kandy KitchenARE
lished a series of "How Foreigners
: the Court House for jury quarters. STREETiltMiMMMMIMIIMIItllilttlllMiMIMM
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Would Deal With the Militants "
you want to buy or sell a house-I Plans and specifications will be on file, YOU GOING AWAY THIS
covering most of the European
coun-
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -\ SUMMERThe HMll
tries. It is presumed that Russia If you have an apartment to rent or
Court. Bids will be -
received
would send them to Siberia. 'are looking for a tenantIf up!
I to the meeting of the Board of County Sentinel will be mailed upon AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
want to buy a farm-or havea H. A. Royston for
you Commissioners on the First Monday -: request to any subscriber temporarily I II Those wishing to make trips
GOING AWAY? suburban home for sale- "I business or pleasure, should see m*
in July. leaving the city, and the address will House Painting and Calcimining
i If you want to do anything with .I I I for prices. Prompt service guaran
By order of County Commissioners.B. I be changed as often as desired. In re- I have had of experience and
If so, don't forget to have the Daily : real estate-you can do it through the M. ROBINSON, Clerk. ,:questing a change always give both! guarantee years work. I teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.

Sentinel follow you-mailed' every day 'columns of the Sentinel. I the old and the new address. Write Estimates my cheerfully furnished. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf

to your summer home. No extra For your own profit, be sure you Money to loan on improved prop !!or telephone the circulation depart Drop me a card and I will call. Money to loan on improved prop

charge. read the Sentinel. erty. S. Y. WAY(I ment. Phone No. 24. I P. 0. Box 381 erty. S. Y. WAY
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South Secretary Lane of the Interior has

MORNING AND WEEKLY made some recommendations in regardto
CLOTHING
the National Government coopera- SALE
office at Orlando
the poet
Entered at
ting with the States in the drainageand
Mall Matter.
Ifcrida as Second Class
reclaimation of low and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES lands, are of great importance swamp to the COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, LASTING THROUGH NEXT WEEK, WE WILL SELL ALL CLOTH-

South. ; ;; ; ING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HANDLE. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS, THE BEST MADE.

THE DAILY SENTINELOne The details of the Secretary's pro- ; ;; ; WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SERGES, WORSTEDS, WOOL CRASH AND MOHAIRS. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED.

Year ... .............. ... .$5.00 posal have not been made generally ; ;; : PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE
Six Months ........ .... ...... 2-50 public. It is presumed, however, that ; ;: ; SIZES ARE BROKEN.

Three Months .... ....... .... 1.25 he contemplates a system similiar to
that which the Government has employed MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
By news carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per

.,nth. Daily and Sunday. so profitably in reclaiming $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for ----- --------------_ 17.50 $7.00 Trousers for .___________ _______-________ '.1.50
landsin the West. In those enterprises
The tale Orlando in Orlando Morning at Curtis Sentinel&: O'Neal's can be found Book federal aid was extended on terms $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for _?,- --------------- 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 1.00

B $18.00 Suits for __________ 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ...______ ________ 3.50
Store, and Wright Brothers. which the States could easily meet ---- --------------- ___ ________-

complaint if and which at the smae time protectedthe $15.00Suits for ___________ 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ______ __ 2,50
We will appreciate prompt -- --------------- ___ _____________
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. Government against ultimate lossor
ill ventures. As result We have a fine line of White Linen Duck and White Serge Trousers.
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap- planned a
plication. thousands of acres that were formerly New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.

THE WEEKLY SENTINELFor unsuited to agriculture and, indeed,
year, by mail postage paid.......1.00 entirely worthless in their original
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. condition have been irrigated and SCRUGGS & DICKSON
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building .
turned to productive purposes.It
Phone 24
and profitable to
was important
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J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor reclaim arid lands, it is even more so ."IO"I [ '" T 1 f v
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JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor to reclaim the vast areas which are -

I now in swamps or are subject to overflow CIVIC PRIDE. AMATEUR CRIMINALS II I! they go on from bad to worse until I The Pensacola Journal of the 21stsays
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25TH, 1913. ; for, as a rule, drainage could be I they make the final stroke in some

more easily and more cheaply accom- !! Civic pride is valuable for two rea- One of the most serious mistakes j) henious crime for which all society naval: "Possibly the largest _cargo of

Peculiarity of a drought is that it plished than irrigation and its bene-; sons. In the first place, it gives the made by those charged with law en- must sufier. stores ever shipped from a Gulf

never ends while the ending is good. fits would be speedily realized. visitor a better impression of the com- forcement is to pass over the of- These men who begin their career port and one of the biggest ever to go

o thermore, such improvements Fur-I munity, it is a feature of progressiveness '' fences of some people who are engaged by crooked practices should be takenin from this country, went out last nighton
mean as much to public health that attracts the stranger and the beginning instead of permittingthem the British
Some men mistake the golden opportunity I in some petty offense day after steamer Virginia, which
for a gold brick. economic interests. It is a matter of> causes him to locate in a community, day. If these offenders are endulgedin to impose upon a long suffiering cleared during the day for Hamburg
o record that in those States where I thereby aiding in the growth of the': these lesser crimes they soon be- public. The laws of the land are madeto Her consists of
lands have been But over and above thatis protect society and punish cargo 40,924 barrels!
who swamp community. wrongdoers
The man is certain of more pay come schooled and efficient criminals.If of rosin and 500 casks
of
worth death rate from malaria has been reduced the fact that it will make life in it and no exceptions should be turpentine,
will make himself more. a man appropriates property not the shipment
to a minimum. all the more worth living. Many of made nor crimes compounded.The having valuation cf
o his, drunk or sober, he ought to be $281,000. The
The South has been neglected in the who leave the smaller Virginia also took on
for the young people
You can always get something made to understand that such offenses 43,490 pieces of oak
of national assistance in drain woulden't do staves, 100.0C3
nothing-in the form of advice. matter towns for the city so are contrary to law and order, and I American Securities Companywill feet of sawn timber and 148 tons of
age matters and this co-operation will if there was a greater spirit of civic
o there is but one way to make him so build a very handsome office bunker coal. The lumber
No matter how fast a young man enable the states to drain and reclaim pride in the smaller community. So understand and that is to punish him. I' bungalo on Main street, in Duval the M. A. Quina Export was shippedby
thousands of acres of land now worthless in this civic pride spirit we may' CompanyThe
that
may be he can be overtaken by trou- I Some men seem to evade responsi- City, which soil be used by its local total value of the Virginia's
and make of it fertile farms. Besides help in keeping the young cargois
some
expect for their
ble. bility crimes by their superb I representatives at that place. The $307,400. She sailed for
health conditions will be rural districts Hamburglast
greatly in the more
o people cheek and boldness. Endulged in this front wil be built for a post office. night.
Babylonians wrote love letters on improved. where they are almost certain to pros- !

bricks, Nowadays, bricks are exchanged per to a greater extent than anywhere | ---- -- -
SPECIFY BRICK. else.-Tampa Tribune. I
only between married cou j II I
ples. (
o The Tribue agrees with those citiz- OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR !

The leader of the Orlando Band, ens who are insisting that the call : ADVERTISERS JUNE WEDDINGWhile

W. A. Starkey, had the misfortune to for the good roads bonding election!

lose his watch last night Finder leaveat specify brick roads. As it reads ati I I WHO WISH TO BE AS PROGRESSIVE -

Sentinel and receive reward.A present the call does not particularizeon AND UP-TO-DATE AS
this point and, under this call,'I| THE TOWN IS ITSELF- "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
I
Chicago preacher says that wo County Commissioners, present and WE HAVE ENGAGED seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous

men's costumes are the real scandalof future, would be authorized to expend!! THE SERVICES OF weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
society. Still, the question of the bond money for roads of other me-I 1 AN EXPERT AD for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for theBest Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

clothes doesn't always enter into a terial, perhaps some of the same prac- I WRITER ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to I

divorce suit. tically worthless sort we have been ; A man thoroughly qualified to han- your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

o using in the past. '! die any business ad proposition, a man We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a A

An eastern minister has his ser- The people of the county want brick|i competent to bring out all the salient stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

mons printed and sent to the sick roads. They are tired of having their!I points of your business, a man thoroughly smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

members of his congregation. Still, money spent for makeshift roads I conversant with the techniqueof country.

the modern nurse can usually be relied which are by no means permanent and of ) individual requirements. Give The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -

upon. which require continual heavy expend- him an opportunity of demonstrating if out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully

o iture for maintenance. They will vote i The cost will be but nominal and the inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feting -

In a divorce suit in New York the for a bond issue for brick roads, but: positive results financially gratifying.The .I, tn4 tMorance that you gettingthe greatest value and the most up-
husband complained of too much silence they will not vote for a bond issue to-date merchandise.

on the part of his wife. This which may be wasted in the purchaseand New York physician who spoketo

shows how few men know when they laying of other material.If Italians Sunday afternoon on the REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT

are well off. it is posible to do so legally, the prevention of tuberculosis, empha- A

o County Commissioners should amend sized the value of fresh air and sunlight I Ii
If have laid in bureau drawer in
i you away your or a safety deposit box,
After fixing the minimum salaryfor the call for the election by stipulatingbrick in the homes of the people. !!
that do
pieces of jewelry you not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
a clergyman in New Jersey, the roads and only brick roads. Un- made good use of pictures of the in-
mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
brethren should have gone further and less the change is made, the bond issue tciiojs of crowded tenement housesin
can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
fixed the maximum number of will be opposed by a great many New York.
Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
churches.-St. Louis GlobeDemocrat.The citizens who would otherwise be 1
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o heartily in favor of it.-Tampa Trib Consider living in a certain Western A=
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medical profession is shockedover une. < state in which so many reforms ,

the announcement that a coupleof have been accomplished that there is

Dr. Friedmann's patients have The person who doesn't speak except nothing more for anyone to do. The
died. Evidently such an unheard-of when the occasion demands it world, in fact, is finished. What's the i Jeweler

development is contrary to all medical usually has something in store. use?
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With Kansas farmers riding to the I j

railroad stations in $2,000 touring cars
to meet an army of harvest hands who I I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.SILK .

come from the cities to help gather in SPECIAL[ l r PUMP SALE l [ I .....- MI

the great crop, the panic cry of theI I
money mongers of the east will strikea
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discordant note. When farmers

have full graneries the country is safe. :


The membership o of the Yacht ancAnglers' I STOCKINGS

Club at Pass-a-Grille now

numbers two hundred and fifty. The

object of this club is to promote fish-
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ing, boating and kindred sports. Its
i Factory shipped more than ordered -
membership is not confined to inhabit-

ants of theisland but includes many J and to save freight returning -
fishermen from Tampa and other
I For Day
places. I will sell at about oneS ,

o I
a third less than regular prices
The Sentinel is one of the news- : I and

papers that believes that Governor

Park Trammell did right m vetoingthe i yd

Normal Appropriation bill. There i Evening'
was absolutely no call for such an d
appropriation and the history of those Value Sale Price

state supported normals that as oftenas "Victor" Minute Pump, Best Made_____ $6.00 $4.25 I i Wear
the legislature meets it becomes Ia

necessary to make appropriations for "Only" Double Acting with gauge________ 4.00 2.75 a
them. Appropriating that amount of:

money for the Madison Normal would "Hill" Double without 3.50
Acting gauge______ 2.10
have been like pouring water in a

rat house. D ; ; "Tornado" Single Acting _______________ 2.50 1.10 Our Personal Guarantee \ \\ \


deavoring St. Petersburg to bring citizens about conditionsthat are en- Accompanies Every Pair \ \\'\\

will assure a white primary for

city elections. That city is endeavoring -

government to change to and the men commission who do formof not B. Ives 9

want away to from see them the means are endeavoring of graft slip to I.I.Y1\ r PHILLIPS a SONS Marion


nominate men of the old guard as

city officials and to do so they are SUCCESSORS TO : EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

buying negroes which they proposeto

vote. The better element proposes S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGEtiHMttllttttCIIMIIIIMMIIMIiiiililllMIIHIMtt. Floor
' to shut the purchasable vote out of

: city politics. .

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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, We have all styles of "Sorosis" Shoes, also "Queen Qaulity"

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 neighbor .
Men Women ,
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sixteen consecutive hours without producing the slightest feeling -
In fact there is NO BETTER HOSE MADE. they probably wear tern.Ve have the sole agency for
dependable wear. of discomfort. The secret of its almost I universal popularity -
these two famous lines of Shoes. Prices $3.50 and $tOO
WE CARRY ALL COLORS, TAN, BLACK AND WHITE, lies in the fact of its being built on the principles of

Colors guaranteed fast to light, Blacks stainless and unfading. pneumatics-elastic in the tread and a feeling of extreme _

From 25 cents to One Dollar a pair. Sample our three pairs lightness to the wearer-truly a shock absorber. We carryall CHILDREN'S SHOES

Dollar.. You'll use them always. styles. We carry all Sizes. We carry all Widths. At one price
for One
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f 4uc q&c $?1, $ ae 4s _
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SUMMER 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 DrIllVhIte Duck andVhlte 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. Childfactory to get your satisfaction. We will satisfy you right Sole Agency for"SOROSIS" and "QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES

ren's for 1.35 a pair. here. FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN 1




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... Juliet this afternoon of in the city : :
\ mumps.Dr. reading of Romeo and 1 Plymouth, was yes-
WADE \ at the home of Miss Starbuck.Mr. 1 terday and remained over night. I: :
Coffee
and Tea
THE TUNER i' J. Merl McElroy left last night i
ORLANDO. FLA. \for a few days' visit to Atlanta. and Mrs. Martin, of New Orleans Mrs. L. G. Cook was among those I

J; i 1 La., are settled for the summer :leaving for the north last night. She I I [A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY] :

'-. Mr. M. 0. Toplady of St. Louis, in the Mcllvaine home on Lake Lu- goes to her old home in Hartford,

ASK your grocer for Jackson Square Mo., is in the city looking after busi- i, cerne. 'j 'Conn., for the summer. WE CARRY ALL THE BEST BRANDS

Coffee. 6-21-tf. I ness interests. I ---- I
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Goodwyn are I Word has been received from Miss .
Mr. H. Witherington, of Apopka, Mrs. A. L. Hilpert has returned to spending their honeymon at Atlantic;, Ethel Robertson that it is warmer in COFFEE TEA :

was in the city yesterday on business. ; Orlando,after a visit of several weeksto Beach. They will go later to Chattanooga -: Minneapolis, Minn., than in Orlando. White Rose White RoseJackson '

I Tampa and St. Petersburg.Miss ,. Tenn. I Miss Ethel's friends hope for her Square Lipton
Mrs. I. E. Garrett left yesterday for ---- I speedy return. White House Tetley

Atlanta Ga., to visit her daughterMrs.E. .i Sus Magruder leaves todayfor Mrs. Fall and daughter left yester-I !: Cracker Boy Gold CamelBarrington

B. Oxford. an extended vacation trip throughthe 'I day for Baltimore, after Mr. B. Solamon and daughter, Miss :: Hall Gun Powder

mountains of North Carolina.Mr. i the past six months with Mrs. Hil I Blanche, left last night for New York, II Dutch Blend English Breakfast
Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and pert at the St. Charles. where they will take in the sights of Cafe des Gourmets Daisy Japan '

quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers and Mrs. E*.\P. Wasson, who : I the metropolis. While away, Mr. Sol : .
& Gore. Try it. have been winter guests left last night 'I Mr. Guernsey's new buff brick builds amon will purchase his fall and winter -

for their home in Sault St. Marie,I ing is rapidly assuming the proporo -I stock of goods. : : TRY OUR BULK COFFEE. BEST IN THE CITY.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe left Mich. \, tions of a building and presents a very JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of the famous JACKSON

yesterday for Louisville, Ky., where I \ !I; pleasing front on Church street. Dr. Rickert sailed on the Cunarder, SQUARE COFFEE.A 1

they will spend the summer. : Mrs. L. Faul and daughter', Miss L. Mauretania and Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. ten cent package of White Rose Tea Makes forty cups.

I.Faul, left last night for aBltimore, Mr. L. W. Holliday leaves today j I Mallory will take passage Wednes- .
Mrs. Kohndeffer, came up from where they will spend the remainderof !, for Marion, Ohio, where he will take, day on the Kais. Augusta Victoria,
Kissimmee yesterday, to visit her I the summer. i charge of a large brick laying job i I for Cherbourg, passing the summer in THE SANITARY GROCERY I
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fried, Mrs. Geo. E. Macy. I J places in France.
pleasant
; that will take most of the summer.
FOUND-A breast pin containing t CARUTHERS & GORE II
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nye left yester pictures of children. OweM- an- Lewter entertained I
Miss Zelma sev-
day for Rochester, N. Y., where they I have same by calling at this office Mrs. Leroy B.Giles and Mrs. Gray eral of her girl friends at dinneron i Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street
and for notice.
paying and little
Rush
will remain until September. ; I daughter, Margaret, b
Tuesday at her home on North Or- Iii'.f f .
returned home last night from a visitto n Mlllii IH
Fraulein Diebner, of the Cathedral ange avenue. Her guests were Misses
that the relatives and friends in Ft. George.
Farmers complaining
are School, sailed from Boston last weekon Edna and Lilburn Smith, Jean Per-
hot dry weather is ruining the crops. WEDDING BELLS A GREAT DAY IN LOCAL METHODISM -
the Franconia and will spend the son, Roberta Branch, Irma and Laura .
The melon crop is cut very short. Braxton Beacham, Jr., won distinc-
.
the Riviera.Dr. Lewter.Mr.
summer on
tion in scholarship and Leigh G. New- Invitations are out for the marriageof
The corner stone of the new Metho-
Mrs. W. E. Stevenson, who has been ell, a prize for the best poem writtenby Miss Marguerite Hodson Drew, the
George Banschbach, of Hicks- dist Church will be laid
sick for a week in again able to be J. W. Stagg will go to Tampa a student at the University of Vir- accomplished daughter of Mrj and on Monday
ville, Long Island, is in the city for July 14th, at 5 o'clock in the evening.
out but not feeling very strong. tomorrow to attend the state presby- ginia. Both these young gentlemenare I Mrs. Horace Drew, of Jacksonville to
the approaching nuptials with Miss Bishop H. C. Morrison will be in
where he is of the .
tery one speakers.He law students of the University.If Mr. Robert Owton Groover of that
Ula May Smith, daughter of Dr. J.I I charge of the impressive service andit
is also the for ad-
an
Messrs Scruggs & Dickson are hav- on program city. These young people are among
H. Smith, one of the senior physicians j will be a day of rejoicing
before the State Press Associa- among
ing a special sale of high class cloth- dress Gainesville expects to much the best young people of the city and
grow of the city. The wedding will take! the membership of the local churchin
ing at prices that are attractive as tion. larger we must all pull together to the'home will have the well wishes of a host
place on Thursday evening at j which the general public will share.
the goods.Dr. bring in substantial residentspeoplewho of Joseph Bumby, Jr., on Boone j of friends. The work of the new church is
Miss Eliza Wright returned Satur- will live here permanently, or at
street. progressing nicely and the
high
Ed Drennen left yesterday for day from St. Augustine, where she least half the year, and patronize the TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB of the church are to be realized hopes at
. Birmingham, Ala., to visit friends at went as a delegate from the Epworth home industries.-Gainesville Sun. an
John Hugh Murphy is at home for' early day.
the old home. Mr. Drennen has not League. She reports a delightful time The members of the Twentieth Cen-
his summer vacation and looking as I The Bishop will preach in the
been back home for a long time and and is in love with the Ancient City. tury Club are to be the guests of Miss: opera
Mr. Henry Banks, of Maitland, who though the air of old Virginia agreed I house at the Sunday services on the 1
will enjoy the visit. The sunrise meetings of the Leaguewere Hope Starbuck at her home on East
was brought to the Christ Sanitariumwith with him. He was honored by the I 13th.
held on the walls of the old Span- Livingston avenue this afternoon, the
an acute case of appendicitis, Jefferson Society, of which he is a| I
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Forsyth, who ish Fort. meeting to be called at three-thirty. ,
about ten days ago, is reported as improving member in the Virginia University,j : ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll
purchased several suburban lots in the under the of Dr. Christ. Mr. i
care by the office of vice-president. Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for
city left for their home in northern Lightning struck and demolished a Mr. Banks only recently returned froma Murphy is a law student in this fine I FOR Estate FIRE INSURANCE Jansen & Watkins and Real' the month of June. Dr. Bennett,
Minnesota yesterday. They will re chimney on the Chapman house, North trip around the world and was planning old University, the alma mater of see 6-24-lm. Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm
turn in the fall and build a home. Orange avenue, during the shower at to start on an automobile tour Woodrow Wilson, Thos. Nelson Page,:
noon Sunday. Mrs. Loring Ponder of I with his mother and brother when he John Sharp Williams and other men,I -

Mr. E. P. Dunlap, of Lakeland, East Livingston street received a pain was taken so ill. now famous. I
brought his wife to Orlando Monday ful shock from electricity during the

and put her in the sanitarium for same storm and the cook stove flew I MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop- MONEY TO LOAN-$2,000 to 15,000''
treatment. Mr. Dunlap is in the into active animation, frightening the erty. See Jansen & Watkins. on improved Orlando property. Address AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
printing business a tLakeland. family generally. j 6-24-lm. Box 526 Orlando. 6-24-3t J f'

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1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger $300ONE
MOTION PICTURES I
I "THE TWELFTH JUROR" (Drama) . . . Edison

Pictures Changed Daily. Shows how a man may be condemned to death on purely 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EX-

i circumstantial evidence. Based on a famous English trial TRA TIRE-FULLY EQUIPPED-

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FIRST SHOW, tI / 7d5 P.M : "MIXED COLORS" (Comedy) . . . . .Pathe
HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES
8il5 PM Colors are badly mixed and all goes wrong YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME
SECOND SHOW, '
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In the July Woman's Home Companion It is said that exports of tattle from
appears a letter written by a the Southern
I states is now far greater
bachelor of thirty to a newly engage CLOSED YERY f !! than the increase in the herds. In
girl who abandoned a promising liter- : this case the loss far exceeds any

ary career. Some efficient wives will I j possible profit.-St. Louis Globe Dem
resent the writer's attitude; many will' I ocrat.

admit the truth of what he says. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR Every time a man ships a car load

part of the letter follows: of cattle out of Florida he does him

"You have probably chosen as diffi self and the state he lives in an in YOUR

cult a career as the one you made a OBTAINED HIGH PRICE FORt justice. The folly of shipping our SEWERI

start in, only the world doesn't put i I GROWERS. cattle West and then shipping West
that way. For in the wife's job the ern benzoated meat back must be \

standards of success are low, whilein The season's business just clos apparent to every thinking man. CONNECTION
the literary job they are high. ed by the Florida Citrus Ex- Florida can and by rights oughtto

"Wifehood is a profession and a sci change, which marks the fourth produce her own meat. By proper
ence. This is an. age of efficiency year of its existence, has been attention the cattle of this state can

We Americans are sacrificing our the most profitable to the citrus be made as good as any other state

lives on the altar of efficiency.ly growers of Florida since its in and a great enterprise built up here

work makes me an efficient engineer, ception. at home. Not a single reason in I .
and when I am asked why I don't Up until June 1st, the Exchange the world exists for shipping in West ,

marry, I never like to give the true: had handled 1,777,014 ern meats. Florida beef and porkof I,
boxes of citrus fruit
reason. The girls for whom which averaged fine You
quality and in cannot
you supplying use until
quantities your sewer main
f. b. ceptic tanks
Florida
,
o. for oranges
have the do -
right feeling not come up t can be produced within our
to standard of $1.96; for grapefruit, i and wells are completed and accepted by the
your efficiency as own borders and ought to be done. city, which
$2.01 and for
wives, home-makers, stimulators, and tangerines, $1.92; +j In fact it will be done. Men are will be some months hence.
notwithstanding the disas-i
companions, advisers. How I be !
can trous awakening to the condition of affairsand :
decay '
period between December :
wrapped up in the efficiency craze all I 5th until about January- will get right. Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con-

day, and come home to find less ..
practical
10th. I tracts
the with
total average of deny - you now to make these connections
efficiency than in any plant or for all these shipments ''as-b-'t ; !1.11111.IIIIII.tlllllll'ulf any time
mine I am connected with? within two years after
3.25 acceptance of
per cent. ; sewers by the city,
"And the women themselves" are to.. The distribution of our fruit for 13 cents foot.
blame for this, for they have not look-: for the past season has been ; fining( Co1 per

ed on wifehood as a profession ever greatly extended over previous ; Give this work to your home company and we are
progressing, but have looked upon it years, selling both and
oranges
as a privilege. A man's work today grapefruit from Portland, Ore- 111111 here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and

is harder than it was in the past. A gwoman's on, to Portland, Maine, and in Kerosene you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
work has been made easier. all territory from the Lakes to
She has not progressed with the the Gulf. with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing

times. Our advertising campaign thatwe Gasoline inspector and certified to by him.
have carried on for the past

REVERSING ONLY A JUDGE ,two years, as well as the better LubricatingOils
t packing and grading of our fruit,

I The first convictions under the accomplished. these desired results. and Greases

criminal section of the Anti-Trust law
were those of certain persons accusedof We take great pride in laying Axle Grease
these facts before the citrus
the
organizing Turpentine Trust.
of Florida and feel
growers warranted -
They were found guilty at Savannah,
in making the statementthat INfH
Ga., in 1909 and sentenced to various
we are better equipped TheJOSEPH
terms of imprisonment. The Su- RAEHN
than ever before for handling a ; : P.G.VALTONAgentPHONES ; ;
preme court of the United States now
large volume of fruit, and the
reverses the judgment, mainly be- more fruit we handle the better
cause the trial Judge erred in his instructions showing can be made., {jg | Plumbing and Heating Co.

to the jury. We believe these figures pre- Orlando Florida
Disappointing as this decision may sented will appeal to the judg- -

be to many people, the representa- ment of our growers who are
tives of the Department of Justice not affiliated with the Exchangeand tllllllllllllllllllMIII fWJJJJMWIWJJ

are altogether right when they say point out to them the fact - -
that it is not unfavorable BUSINESS BOOSTERS -- -- -. .- -
to the
I that they should be in this or- TO AMUSE AN INVALIDTo
criminal section of the law. The' ganization. Final results are I CLASSIFIED
Business Boosters (classified advertisements -
Turpentine monopolists were guilty of what count. I received after 10 o'clock invalid who
) amuse an can not A NEW ASSORTMENTOF
great wrongs. They oppressed and If any outside growers did not midnight, will be run in the "Too Late sit up in bed, arrange a mirror on an
persecuted many people. They were receive these prices for their to Classify" column. easel in such a as to reflect the
the earliest, of such offenders to beheld fruit. Why? Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately way
to The Florida Citrus Exchange 30 words-one time, 25 moving panorama to be seen from the --- =====' '
personal responsibility. They ,I cents; three times 60 ctnts; one week window. If the street scene weariesthe
were found guilty long before the yesterday refunded approxi (six daily and one weekly editions)
invalid, the glass be so fixedas
may
Supreme Court in the Oil and Tobacco :mately $54,000 to the growers $1.00; one month, $3.00.
affiliated with this to show the slowly changing sky.
: organization
,
decisions marked the course which Ratine
!which three Money to loan on improved HatsAT
has since been followed. represents cents per prop- II I I .
Error the ..box in excess of what it cost to erty. S. Y. WAY. JOB PRINTINGOur
on part of a trial Judge I I
in a novel proceeding does not signify handle their business. !I WANTED-Sewing of any kind by job department is equipped I

weakness in the law or blameworthiness -I Mrs. Elma Holland, Also rooms to with up-to-date faces of type, modern f
LITERARY rent. 219 Boone Street. 6-24-3t
on his part. Two years havej I WIIITECHAI'ELWhitechapel machinery and competent workmen, I
elapsed since the fundamental decis LOST-Two wire stretchers; return and prepared to turn out beautiful ;:.
ions of the Supreme Court in the tll I London, the home of to Helms' Hardware Company and and artistic work. Estimates fur- MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
and Tobacco cases were announced)' the alien sweater, has some interest get reward. 6-23 5t. nished and satisfaction guaranteed. '

and yet lawyers, legislators and business -| ing literary associations. Chaucerthere FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger l!j- ------

men here and there profess even i lived for twelve years in the touring car. Large and roomy. for
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY I Agents Barclay Corsets
now not to understand them. house above the gate know at Aldi !
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II i gate. In his lease, which is still ;
I preserved a let in Thornton Park, a nice e
i J! the poet stipulates that the. suburb in east part of the city. Carl I

&*,: VOTERS OF OLD house is not to be used as a gaol Jensen. .1
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while he is there and that he is not I OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision ,
In parts of New England duringthe I! to be disturbed except for the d e. to the Northeast of the city andI

seventeenth century voters had fence of the city. still have some choice lots there. l TAMPAD 11tY H

to reside in a "stone house of t heAt I the time of the plague Def oe' Carl Jensen t TAMPA BWBR\ CONNECTION 1

dimensions of twenty feet by sixteen,' was living, he records, "about midway FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
with one or more brick chimney or'' between Whitechapel Church all modern conveniences. Garagefor

chimne .s." Extra voter had also I to'!'' and Aldgate Bars, on the left hand auto, or horse and buggy. Apply

be certified by his neighbors "of sober of north side of the street; and as 615 East street. 5-15 tf
and IT IS JUST AS EASY
peaceful conversation. the distemper had not reached thatside CHAPMAN HOUSE House connections to the sewer mains should
Civic improvement club has been( of the street our neighborhood Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 i
organized in r be made now. Sign contract while
Dania. continued very easy." I West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- now your

Ewan, proprietress. 6.121 mo. To say "Give me a dish of street is being worked on so as to have street
i
Roberta Branch will be pleased to POINSETT1AIce opened up finished.See .
Cream as it is to omit
take limited number of for
a pupils
GREATEST tbe name- \hy do you dot
VALUES IN
ORLANDOA piano study, and is especially inter
t it, when by saying POIN- i
ested in beginners. Lessons given a
SETTIA you get so much
pupils' homes if so desired. W. L. COBB
real VALUE
more for your
Regular! DownpourBARGAINS 6-19 tf money. i

TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE F.D.
Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly It'. better becaus ewe make it Harvey&Co.

-OF- \ [ used, one rebuilt machine and one so. no trouble, no expense, no effort
second hand Underwood. is omitted or considered too
; Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.
Call at my office and see bargainsin great in order to make POINSETTIA i
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Typewriters and Fireproof Iron the standard of purity
Safes. C. S. McEWAN. I and quality. MHIIIIIfiHItMHIIIMItiiMfttliHHMtMIIMMFRANK

6-13 tf. I

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& By securing your personal FOR RENT I FOR SALE BY

On Coronado Beach, a six room cottage 1 HYRESArtificial
needs now, you can make more well furnished, large comfortable V.W.ESTES&CO.

clear money than by any day'swork rooms, barn for horse. Special
rate if rented to Sept. 1st. Apply to,; ORLANDO FLA.No. I StoneBuilding
you have ever done Everything F. J. NIEMEYER, ,

in 6-21 4t Longwood, Fla. f
our store is being sold 4

EVERY BODY'S DOING IT i
at sacrifice.Be .
a Automobiling, we are open for dates! I Ii Blocks, Cement Brick, House

sure and visit our store. It picnic parties, or a crowd for an d I Foundations, all styles of Concrete

will eventually pay you. Remem evening drive Call 360 or ask for i l! S Spirella ir Corsets : Columns, and Balustersalso all kinds
C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf \ i of Ornamental Concrete Work in White
ber u _u _________
lookers are welcomed as r
politely -FOR RENT I or Colored Facings
(Not Sold in Stores)
as buyers. I Nice large rooms, furnished. Co:l-i'i i
I venient for business people, also lighthouse
: Wear a corset made to fit you. Ask
- : keeping. Delightful location;i for a demonstration. Call or send post Phone ISO-Works, Livingston Ave. on lt. R.
with'or without board. Terms very: I card to

reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel I:
SPIRELLA CORSET PARLORS
Brown & larti : office. 5-22 tf
- ueMen's SOS West SU Cor. South, Orlando Fla. ----

t I I BARGAIN IN A PRESS MRS. J. VAS BISKIRK Corsetiere GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec- Money to loan on improved prop- J

I Two revolution, seven-column quarto -II ; tions at about one-third less than usual I erty. S. Y. WAY.
and Boys' Outfitters Campbell press. Does good work.'A list prices. Full line in stock. I. ,

bargain. Address Sentinel, Orl anHoney to loan on improved property W. PHILLIPS & SONS 6 E. Church : Sfcanibarger's for bicycles and

do, Fla. I S. Y. WAY. street. .. Sundries. tflAFRAID 1''

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Surface Stall t3aex {t4setS.
Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
AREAS WRAPPED IN MYSTERY. I Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
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Statement of the Orlando Bank and
"The Dwelling of the Void" In Arabia I .
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Waste on the Globe-New Guinea rir April 16th, 1913-The Sen- PROGRAM TODAY
Has Baffled Countless Expeditions k4'.
+'!II- Th .,, 1 enth Anniversary of
It would seem as though this little I a

world of ours should be pretty thor- 4i' its Existence 'THE ETERNAL SACRIFICE" . . . Reliance
oughly known by this time, yet there
.:. A high-class melo-drama, in which beautiful
are many unexplored territories which a girl
have yet to receive the Impress of a t t r : ,. RESOURCES pays a debt of gratitude, sensational and interesting
human toot and which doubtless like 'F aR
the north and south polar regions, will i I 4;;, } : Loans and Discounts.....$368,197.83 "TWEEDLEDUM'S MONKEY" . . . Ambrosia
take their toll)) of heroic victims from ?.. Overdrafts ..........to ,to 922.82 A lively comedy
offering with "Tweedledum" motionpicture's
the hardy explorers who first enter 1 Real Estate, Furniture
their closed portals. I L :t 4:4c3: .7 and Fixtures ." ....... 25,353.44 great eccentric comedian

On a rough estimate about 7,000,000 Stocks and Bonds .. .... 26,018.33
square miles or one-eighth of "TOLD IN CONFIDENCE" 00. . .Great Northern
Cash hand and in Banks
4. on 336,267.61
tal waitI -
land surface of the world, are .
A story of a tillage gossiper, many amusing incidents
ing to be discovered. Some ,.OC.xJsquare Jri j
miles of this He In the arctic I Total .....to to.... .$789,260.08 You will have to laugh. You can't help it. J
| regions of the north, but among the l I ;)
frozen tracts that form "antarctic" In L I LIABILITIES "ANGEL OF THE CANYON" . . . American *

the followers south, where were Scott penetrating and his, gallant nearly I y r ; i Capital Stock .......,...$100,000.00 ,I A human and appealing Western story, portraying a

8,000,000 square miles are relegated to { 'i Surplus and Undivided double love affair. A very unique plot, which becomes
the sole use of whales, seals, pen- I Profits .... ......to to. 24,144.55 rather involved
and then
guins, petrels and other animal and Deposits.............to 665,115.53 presents a very happy climax
bird Inhabitants of frozen homes.It I at the close. A picture that you will most surely

Is true that human habitations Total ....to.to..... .$789,260.08 j I enjoy.THE .
could never be formed In such climesas I pf y t I I .
these, but the scientific world Is I A4 i I SPLENDID PICTURE OFFERINGS THAT THE
ever eager for the discoveries of explorers -
} and even among uninhabited I Deposits April 4, 1913.. .$592,815.65 I : LUCERNE IS NOW SHOWING ARE CERTAINLY I
districts their work Is never wasted.In -- 16 DRAWING THE CROWDS.
Deposits April 1913. 665,115.53Increase I
Arabia there exists a tract of un- I United States Government, State and County Depository in 12 days . .$
explored five times t.'llttllltlllll
country nearly as : .
72,239.88J '
large as Great Britain. It stretches
from Mecca almost to the southeast '--. .. 0. 0 44* .
coast and Is called Dahkna, or "the 4444- .. .
Dwelling of the Void. Probably no I
more desolate waste Is to be found In .. . ," '" " L

the globe; for not & tage rlrer Is estimated THE MARKETOf H
to flow throughout Its entire
,000 square miles. Imagine: Ger-
|many and France combined without W. M. SLEMONSWhere
tow or stream and JOB will gain some Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
dea of the parched condition of Dankia. -
The Sahara is a blissful retreat

by comparison. AND SALT MEATS

hole Some desert authorities Is not worth state the that price the of Do You Buy Your SHOES ? FISH AND GAME

good malacca cane. Others give cre-
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lence to the legend that treasures and
Kept under the best
Iddea cities lie In the heart of the HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES" sanitary conditions.
ands.
Of quite a different character are Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
tie enormous mountain fastnesses of
uth America, which lie along the Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are and pure.

Peer Amazon and in the districts of known all over the country as one of the best makes, We invite inspection and
olombla and Peru. The celebrated guarantee satisfaction. We have
asure of Cuzco lies secreted amonge We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $ ,50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 everything in the Meat Line.

Peruvian heights. Impenetrable We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, 350.
rests, mountain jungles and Innumerable
fever spreading rivers bold We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3,00
le most Intrepid adventurers at bay, Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. The PARLOR MARKET

malignant say nothing snakes of, carnivorous water moccasins ants, We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

jkttfl those most deadly\ of serpents, an- $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25. H. M. Self & Co.
iicondas. During recent years over a Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50. H
oxen expeditions have been either Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
holly or partially wiped out In their
Efforts to wrestle with these regions. TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU. 18.20 PINE STREET
Although the famous El Dorado
rhlch set the sixteenth century ablaze,
Phone No. 80HtHttMUHMnttMiHmtMHI
kas never been unearthed, the country
generally)] might fittingly be called)] EI

priceless orado, stones from the emanating rich minerals therefrom.and I w M. SLEMONS 444*. 444

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"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"III""III- IIIIIII )' II'I'IIIIIII. HOUGH MURDER MISTRIAL I| ""I'IIII""I'"II"'III'II"' " I ''tl! !" ""i" W.W.>>*a4afta w w! V *

... A dispatch from Inverness says: :
I Louis Massey, President: The jury in the famous Albert V.I:

Hough case reported a mistrial yesterday :
8. Wkten Bows Cuhkr
,; T. Plrton W&rlow. VlceJ m.
: morning at 9 o'clock. Four members I
Howard C. Bibcock. Au't Cutler Samuel A.Newell.Aii't CakUr
of the jury, it is understood, held :
out for an acquittal, while the remain- :

THE ing stood for conviction of murder in
the first degree. V

Special term of Circuit Court has I

been grinding away at this case for $1000.00

two weeks, and much so-called expert
BANK
STATE testimony was introduced to try to

prove that Hough was insane, while
the state put in rebuttal Dr. Green,
chief physician of the state insane

of OrlandoTHE : asylum. This trial has been the all- Whose is this ? Someone left it here
absorbing topic in this town and

I I county for the past ten days. Muchof 1I

the time the court house was well

OLDEST BANK THE CITYAND filled with ladies, and for the last two WAS IT YOU ? .

or three days they came from the .

neighboring towns and the court house A :
.
was crowded.

There was considerable comment on
The Bank which transacts more business than the streets today as to the outcome of An Ice Cream with Agood Cigar with a

Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa the trial, some saying that it was a friend
any
friend
day
a day every
disgrace to the county that convictionwas every or I

not had at the first trial, held for 10 years for 10 years . ;
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up here last fall, while others are inclinedto
believe that possibly Hough is in-
its business sound
during twenty years by conducting on
.
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- sane.To say the least, he committed one And you will spend more than a 1000.00

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis of the most repulsive crimes in the
history of the State when he killed
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
his wife, Rosa Hough, at Clermont,
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 in Lake county last June, and left her WHO SHALL DEPOSIT IT-IHE I

sweltering in her blood with one of
his own children pulling at the dying DEALER OR YOU ? I

1 FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur mother's clothing and a stepmotherlying

on her sick bed in an adjoiningroom.

2c. or more opens an account. Open yours now.
Although guilty of such a deed, this ,
correspondent banks are located in every part of man has never broken down nor shown

| the world and include some of the largest Banks in the any signs of remorse during the two I
trials held here. On the other hand,
J United States. he has been seen to smile when there

was provocation for a laugh in the
+|8llimmMIHMtMMMMMiMMtlllllllMMU court room. This stoical silence has

caused some to think the man not

THE GRAND TOUR OVIEDO OCCURRENCESOviedo sane.The evidence showed that Hough 1 The Peoples National Bank 1

One hundred and fifty "passengers" Fla., June 24.-Mrs. Math-. had been on a continued drunk for
registered last evening for the "Grand ewson of Fort Myers, is with her par- about six weeks prior to the killingof "It is a pleasure to serve you." .

Tour" arranged for by the energetic ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee of Lake Charm.Mr. his wife, that for a part of this

members of St. Cecelias' Guild and Charles West has been away time he had been cared for in an old

from start to finish, the trip was both for a short trip. outhouse by a negro and the family
exciting and interesting. Mrs. Ger- Mr. James Lee is at home again.
physician, Dr. Banker, Clermont; that
trains" and after Mrs. Polhill, of Sanford Mrs. Bar-
ald Hurlburt "called I the mother-in-law, Mrs. Crenshaw, itltlllMIMIIMIMIIIIIIIHit
giving various warnings to the trav- low and her small son and daughterare had withdrawn her support from him, I HIIIIIIIM
ellers acted as conductor for the I spending the week with Mrs.
and that his wife had given him notice
tourists. James Argo. that she could not live with him unlesshe
Post card pictures of the "cities visited" The magazine club was entertainedlast
reformed; that he was drinking on 'iOWELL'S'SIIIVIIVIER
were shown on a large screen Friday afternoon on Lake Charm the day of the tragedy; that the
by Mr. James Bryce, and the route by Mrs. Charles West.A mother-in-law had refused to let him

taken included Jacksonville, Savannah, number of Oviedo's young people drive her horse and buggy; that the
Washington, nejoyed the dance given at the Geneva
Atlanta, Charleston, wife had refused to let the children go
Philadelphia, New York and Chicago, Hall last Friday evening. with him for a ride, persumably be- ,
then a journey to foreign countrieswas Mrs. Hess entertained with a cause he was drinking."

made. "Tacky Party" Saturday evening. The Here is another instance of lettinga
Pop corn was distributed among the affair was most informal and alto- man's criminal practices accumu- IS HEREAnd

passengers by two expert little train- gether gay. Mrs. Howard receivedthe late upon him until humantiy is madeto
men, Masters Howard and Ted Sher- prize for the evening the most suffer.

rod, and ere the journey was completed ridiculous costume.
a stop was made at a "Quick j Mr. Olin Howard, Mr. and Mrs. i LOOKING AFTER MARRIAGES we are able to show you the most

Lunch Counter," where iced tea and Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Brannon, Dr. and

dainty sandwiches were served. I Mrs. Marshall spent Sunday afternoon Certain clergymen have started on UP-TO-DATE LINE in READY-TO

The entertainment was most successfully | with Mr. and Mrs. Howard in their a campaign to elevate humanity by
managed by Miss Mary Kil i handsome home. The finest of water-I
heading off undesirable marriage ap WEAR and PIECE GOODS ever shownin
mer, Miss Margaret Hart, Mrs. E. La ''I melons were served as refreshments.In .I plicants. Some preachers have gone

Rue Bliss and Mrs. Sherrod assistedby the evening the party, filling four so far that they will not marry

other members of the Guild, to I I cars motored out to Geneva to I people who have been divorced, and Orlando.We .
whom the members of the Cathedral I Children's Day exericses. A fifth car others
are refusing to marry people
Parish are indebted for a most delight.I I Mr. Lees' also went out to the exer- who are slightly out of sorts for

ful evening, cises.
some slight mental or physical dis-
r I Last Friday evening the Wheeler
residence with the ability. just received a shipment of Italian Few pieces of Corduroy and Welt Pique
BIG FIGURERS was aglow lightsof Here is a broad question for the
hospitality as Mrs. Frank Wheeler scientific White Neil left Colors Light Blue Lavender and
v -ii-s= i professors to consider and Silk Ratine, colors Oyster ,
gave a real southern dinner party.
Handling checks in $75,000 denom- which every man must soon .pass
in honor of her sister, Mrs. Mathewson. Rose and Champagne, at White, all on three tables at
inations is not an every-day occur- upon. Statistics by the yard are be-
and in the transaction The guests were greeted at the ing compiled in regard to the healthof
rence in Orlando; yet
yesterday by which the Peo door most cordially by the hostess and marriageables and in many instances 65c per Yard 17, 24 and 28c per Yard

ples National Bank turned over one- ushered into a home fragrant with the more unfit certain peopleare "

half the purchase price of the sewer roses. The dining room was beautiful to have children, the more chil-

bonds approached nearly that figure with plants about and a great dren they have, and most of themof
walked bowl of President Cleveland roses as sound mind and .
and Mr. E. G. Duckworth body.It
a center for the table. The placeswere will be difficult 27-inch Satin Finish Charmeuse, Dot col27inch Crepe Ratine, just the latest for
proudly away with the valuable pieceof to lay down requirements -
marked initial cards ;u
little blue paper in his hands. by bearinga for marriageambles. There ors, Light BlueVh1te and Yellow, at Summer Dresses at27c
reminder of
witty some individualityof
a The contractors are proceeding rap- may be harm on account of prejudiceand
idly and satisfactorily with the sewer each guest. Mrs. Mathewson worea malice. Even some of the so- Yard
and the trustees are prepared to meet lovely gown of white swiss and lace called unfit have their place in the 53c per Yard per

the obligations as they come due. while Mrs. Wheeler was charming ina world. Alexander, Caesar and Napo-
creation of gold and rose. I
leon
were epileptics; Carlyle was a
The prospects of a drainage calal
BIG SPECIAL SALE dyspeptic, if there ever was one, and
being cut in Black Hammock is

cial Marion sale to B.begin Ives is June advertising 28 to continueto a spe- bright.will not The. be contract long till has the been actual let workis very andit with world Keats tuberculosis.famous and Mozart and record These were breakers.men troubled were Full Line of BI1HI1G I G SUITS at Popular Prices


July 13 which is a record breakerin begun.A Every one now believes that some-
the way of special sales owing to number of men interested in bet- thing should be done in regulating
I
ter service for this of
telephone part
the fact that e'ery'line is in a heavycut. marriage of habitual criminals and
the county went out to meet with the
Marion is going to move this persons who are weak mentally. It
fall and it is better business policyto Geneva Board of Trade Monday even- will be a good thing to head-off the
ing in regard to the affair. P. YOWELL
reduce the stock and especially possibility of transmitting dreadful N.

summer lines and household lines thanto diseases and crime traits to the future -
pack them and move them. MEETING OF THE SCHOOL BOARD generations of human beings. "

Hence a horozontal cut is being
; The Board of Public Instruction IllS SHADOWS NEVER GROWS
made that will be a money saver. met The Big White Store
Watch his ad.SCHOOL yesterday (Tuesday) to take up the LESS
matter of appointing teachers, with Yesterday the young lady clerk in

TEACHER RETURNSMiss Mr. D. L. Thrasher chairman and Mr.J. the Carl Dann real estate office, was liiniiiniMiniiiiiiiMntiMHUMiiinnnmFIRE
"
A. Knox, president. Mr. Wm. Ed- busily at work at her desk, when suddenly -,V-.- ,- -

Bessie Furen, an accomplishedyoung wards, the third member of the Board a shadow fell across the room I AT THE FAVORITE TODAY FOR SALE
lady and one of the efficient being absent. that made it quite dark and the young j MAP OF ORLANDOThe !

teachers in the Orlando Public Schoolsfor After the opening preliminarieswere lady remarked that it was getting so i Dilema," Powers-a I"Professor's ;' -
the past two years, was in the conducted, there being some dark she believed it was going to rain. Insurance agencies of the city ,I Practically new Rambler Automobile j
city yesterday, after several weeks' doubt expressed as to the legality of Just then Carl Dann looked up and are in receipt of the new fire map of splendid drama. i i equipped with Presto light, top,
Universal-
in' "Animated Weekly,
absence. Miss Furen has been on a any action that might be taken with said. "Edgar, get away from before Orlando, which shows' the city off curtains, windshield, speedometer,
trip to Key West and Havana and reports only two members of the Board pres- the window and let the light in." /good shape. These Sanborn maps are abirdseye current events. 1 clock, bumper, spare wheel with.extra
I view of all the business sec- "The City Boarders, Champion-a tire, tube and complete
a splendid trip and enjoyable ent, and one of those members a res- set tools and
the LOST-Somewhere the of of the city showing which are rip-roaring comedy. accessories.Also .
time. She went to Sanford last evening ident of Seminole county, Board on streets tions
where she will spend some time. adjourned without transacting any Orlando, a ladies gold watch. Had frame and which are brick and showsall Extra! Special Thursday! "Seig-! has auto trunk with two suitcases
name of W. A. Starkey on the attached which enables insurance freid," Ambrosio-a hand-colored masterpiece -!
The Sentinel -sincerely glad Miss: business. medal. Finder leave at this office exposures I for touring. Reaaon for selling
in three reels. The greatest
whetheror
Furen has had a pleasant vacation foi. The Board will meet again in reg- and receive reward. companies to tell at a glance have no further use for car
shown here. I
she has been a hard working teacher, ular session Tuesday, July 8th, whenit 6-25 not risks are desirable. picture Open 2 ever to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
is hoped that all the members will
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