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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 26, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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


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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26TH, 1913. NUMBER 117.

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RF.SOLUTIO.sSIUJI'TED BY ATLANTA SEVERAL KILLED AND FORTY MAE A. SULLIVAN :20, DEMANDS STATE IILITI.WILL( GO INTO SUGAR KING SPRECKLES BACK SEVERAL; HOLDERS OF FRISCO
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CLEANING HOUSE FAVOR ODD SERIOUSLY INJURED AS j] $223,000: ALLEGING HE PROMISED TRAINING CAMP ON THE ST. FROM 1 EUROPE AND DOES NOT CODIOU PREFERRED
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SPIRIT AM) PURPOSE OF TRAIN ON CANADIAN PACIF1C TO WED HER, THOUGHA I JOHNS RIVER IX I JULY-ORLANDO THINK PRESENT TARIFF STOCK HAVE LOST HEAVILY .

PRESIDENT UNANIMOUSLYAtlanta JUMPS TRACK ; HUSBAND AND FATHER j jI COMPANY TO GO BILL AT ALL DETRIMENTALLondon. BY DEPRECIATION

Ga., June 25.-Officers of Special to the Sentinel i j!I New York, June 25.-Charging that ; Company C., of the 2nd Regiment, June 25.-Rudolph Spreckles !Special to The Sentinel.

the seven banks composing the Atlanta Ottawa, Ontario, June .-Thirteen he failed to keep a promise to make ( i is drilling twice a week and being the California sugar magnate, who 't. Louis, Mo., June 25.-St. Louis

Clearing Honse Association met in Scotch and Irish immigrants are ,, her his wife, and further declaring he I gotten into good shape by the CaptainE. has been spending a vacation in Lon- holders of Frisco common and preferred -

the directors' room of the Lowry National known to have been killed and more I violated an agreement to give her a C. Moore for the State Encampment don and Paris, sailed for America today stock have lost by depreciation

Bank at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday than forty others seriously injured'' life annuity of $50,000;: Mae A. Sullivan to !he held at the State Camping or. the Olympic. Mr. Spreokles has nearly $ ,OOUOOO since that railroad

afternoon and adopted resolutions approving when the Imperial Limited on the Canadian daughter of the late Patrick II. grounds: on the St. Johns River, from been studying the situatio n at home went into the hands of receivers, according -

the purpose of President Wil- Pacific Railroad, was wrecked !I Sullivan, once Register of Deeds and July 7th to loth. from the standpoint of Europe, and to estimates made from stock

son's message on currency reform. 1 three miles east of here today. : j prominent in the city's political life, !1 The officers received orders from says he fears no panic in the United books. In the decline, James Campbell -

They urged that remedial currency Several persons are missing and it ': 1 has brought two suits for damages, headquarters Tuesday to see that their States. In a private interview Mr. who tops list of St. Louis stock"

legislation be enacted during the pres- i is believed they are in the wreckage, i aggregating $225,000, against Arthur equipment was in good shape and to Spreckles said: holders with 6,764 shares, suffered a*

'!.It sessior of Congn ss. 1 part of which burned. i 1 Ingersoll Hoe, son of the late Robert I report at the Armory on Monday, July "English bankers, with whom I have market loss of $214,220; next came

The resolutions, which prove a Nearly all of the dead were Scotch ; ]Hoe, printing press manufacturer. i I 7th< ready to march to the train in talked, are satisfied with the funda-' Robert Bookings, Adolph Busch, W. K.

'hearty endorsement iof President Wil- and Irish immigrants. !I The complaints prepared by Mira- )" marching order and to embarkon mental soundness of conditions in Bixby, and Thos. II. West, with losses t

son's insistent demand for a revision Railroad officials claim the accident I I beau L Towns of No. 233 Broadway, No. 82, Atlantic Coast Line at 12:30 America. My personal opinion is that of approximately $80,000 each.

'of the national monetary system, were vas caused by the spreading of railsat I were filed in the County Clerk's office I' midnight.The the trouble is due to overcapitalization I!

introduced by Joseph A. McCord, vice- a point which was being repaired. I shortly before 4 o'clock yesterday af- Company will drill three times throughout the world. I believe the j FLORAL FETE. .

president of the Third National Bank, ternoon. They show that Mr. Hoe was next week. There will be fifty men, United States is in a better position .
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and were approved unanimously. The UNITED HUNTS :RACE MEET j i served last Friday at the office of the I rank and file to go. I than Europe, because, with our resources -I Special to the Sentinel

meeting of the clearing house officialswas I Steel Inner Tube Company, of which I not yet developed and our London, June 25.-London as well as

presided over by Colonel Robert Special'' to The Sentinel i!: he is President. The residence of Miss 1 RAILROAD EXECUTIVE ELECTIU-I opportunities of expansion, we have more than 500 towns in the United

J. Lowry, president of the Lowry Na- New York, June :55.-The two days 'I Sullivan is not disclosed, but she is FIES LOBBY COMMITTEESpecial i the power to absorb the overcapitalization Kingdom, today is engaged in a

: 'meet in the United Hunts Association understood to be living on Washington I I with less
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tional Bank, and head of clearinghouse I j depressive effects than "battle of the flowers." The "battle"was
association will open this afternoon at Belmont:, Heights. to The Sentinel.Washington I other countries."I .
in connection with "Al-
The resolutions were signed by the Park Terminal with a large field of She asserts that he gave her gems >; June 25.-Judge Robert firmly believe all the real eco arranged
exandria Day" and it is estimated that
following banks.and the officers representing entries. The second and closing day of and a luxurious :home and was spending i 1 S. Lovett, chairman of the Executive nomic factors are favorable to the

them ,at the clearing house the meet is scheduled for Friday after- :' over $50,000 a year on her, when!'1 t Board of the Union Pacific Railroad continued prosperity of the United 20,000,000 blooms are being tossed
about the streets of London.
meeting: noon. The dates first set were for May :payments ceased. i ii in testifying before the Over- States. There is no legitimate reasonto

Atlanta National Bank, by George 7 and 10, but owing to conflicts with i ________ i man lobby inquiry committee tonight,' fear a panic in America. Should Queen Alexandria took a keen per
sonal the
interest in for
R. Donovan,'cashier several other important events the FREE SUGAR.\ D WOOL RETAINED the event and selected the wild rose
Lowry National Bank, by Robert J. time was changedThe IN TARIFF BILL i representing themselves to be representative the spread of disquieting statements;
the official emblem of the The
as day.
Lowry, president. program is a varied one and D. J. Riordan, of New York,!' by financiers with deliberate intent."I .

Fourth National Bank, by James W. embraces both jumping and flat races. Special to The Sentinel.Washington '{ i and others, had called him by telephone have, however, such confidence in' event is a charitable one, women of

English, Sr., president Six events are Larded for each day, June 25.-Free sugar from Washington to advise the !I I' the courage and ability of President I, the nobility selling flowers in char-the
streets. The will to
American National Bank, by R ibert-including three flat races, two stee- and wool were retained in Simmons- movement of Edward Lauterbach, aNew Wilson that I believe he will be ableto proceeds go

E. Maddox, vicepresident.Third plechases and one hurdle event. The Underwood tariff bill by the Senate York attorney, as an agent to crush any such deliberate attemptto ; ity.

National Bank, Joseph, A. Mc Sportsmen's Steeple Chase Dinner Democratic Caucus by a vote of 36 influence legislation in Washington, 't foster a panic. I do not believe the Lady Buckingham, headed the flower -

Cord, vice-pivsident., Stakes, which is considered to be the to 6 and 39 to .7 respectfully. After and to ward off resolutions condemning ;! present tariff bill is detrimental to the sellers at the Royal Exchange. Her

Central Bank & Trust Corporation, most important race of the meet, hasa sugar and wool had been disposed of, the proposed dissolution plan for I, country. Although I am a Republican helpers included Countess Dunmore,

by A. P. Coles, vicepresident.Fulton fine field of starters and has arous- the Caucus: proceeded to the consid- the Union Pacific Railroad. Lovett said i and therefore a believer in protection, Viscountess Parker, Lady Johnston,

National Bank, by W. J Bla- ed much interest. This race was clos- eration of manufacturing wool agricultural he had no proof that the man who :I1 I I feel that tariff revision downward is Lady Phillips, Lady Hewitt, Felicia
several, schedules. In the schedule him '! Countess of Lindsey, Lady Buxton,
called
lock, president. ed by private subscription. by telephone was representative necessary.

weeks ago. Angora goat hair, from which alpaca' Riordan, but he had a per-i|j "Under the old system there were Lady Garvagh, Viscountess Barring-

is made, was placed on the free list sonal interview with Lauterbach. The ( ton, Baroness de Beaumont and the
COUNTRY CLUB FOURTH | too many abuses in the way of con-
JEALOUS WIFE KILLS as recommended by a majority of the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific : ferring benefits on special interests. Honorable Ivy Stapleton.At .

i Finance Committee. There was a brief dissolution involves disposition of the head of the executive com-
Mr. Jas. L Giles, President '
discussion wheat and flour. "The mittee is the Countess of Wilton, and
j Spokane, Wash., June 25.-Frank: over $126,000 of securities. will not industriesof
Orlando Country Club has appointed ( deprive legitimate ;
Fromm, champion revolver shot of the action of caucus today," said Senator J I It will associated with her are some of the
the following committees to take I proper protection. simplydrive
charge of tkj various entertainments United States, in 1909, and his wife, Simmons, "practically means that A BIG DINNER IX SIGHT j I out what Cecil Rhodes called'bastard foremost society women, including the

were found deal in a tent back of wool and sugar schedules as originally Marchioness of Dufferin and Alva, the
at the Club for the Fourth of July, ; industries, which fattened
and their kindness in attending to their home here yesterday. From a : written into the bill have been act- The ladies of the Methodist Church,' under the old system of special prix Marchioness of Crewe, the Marchioness -

note in the dad woman's handwritingthe ed into law. It is certain there will who know how to manage a big din- What of Bute, Cora Countess of Chester-
these matters will be appreciated. ileges. in my opinion, is more
authorities believe Mrs. Frommshot |'i be no further deflection. Already evidence -' ner to a queen's taste, announce a 11 I than else the field, the Countess of Limeric, Vis-
Mr. Giles desires that the Board of injurious anything is
her husband through jealousy, of this gives us a safe majority' dinner at the Orland hotel on Saturday l countess Hill, Lady Brownlow Cecil,
Governors and their wives be present i uncertainty as to when the bill willbe
and then committed suicide. '1 in the upper hou;;;e." evening of this week, from six Lady Cunard, Lady Phillips and Lady
promptly at 2:30 o'clock to receive I I'I l passed, and what it will contain
In the note two young women of lI] I to ten o'clock. The hungry will be I Tuck.
nation have
the guests. As a we an immense capacity
this city are named as the cause of'I PROBE FOR TOBACCO TRUST I fed in a most satisfactory manner, for The flower sellers, of whom there
adapting ourselves to
The imponant announcement how- any
the tragedy, and the request is made i i on clean wholesome food. I are thousands, mostly girls belongingto
sort of conditions but always I
uncertainty
ever is the fact that there will be an -
that the dead woman's jewelry and''I Washington, June 25.-A renewed j j1 Here is a good chance for the house- I noble families, are dressed in white,
abundance of chicken pilleau to feed results in disturbance of tran-
clothing be sent to a sister, whose address .1 effort is to be made by the joint con- wife to get away from her own kitchen I:. with wreaths of wild roses on their
the hungry n ultitude. Mr. Giles quility.
neg-
was given. I gressional commission investigatingthe I for a time and go out to dinner hats.
lected no part of the grogram, but I i "Manufacturers are not going to import -
sale of American tobacco to for- [ with the boss of the house. One of the chief spectacular fea-
this part has had special attention. j large quantities of goods untithey
SPOTS VISIBLE ON THE SUN i eign countries to get at the cost of | Old bachelors ought by all meansto tures of the day was the decorated
Golf Courv-J. W. Stagg, H. C. | know how their industries are to
producing tobacco here. For that purpose : go to this dinner and partake of ; automobile procession which made a
Babcock, B. Drew, N. P. Yoweil, Jos. I jbe affected by tariff revision, and
Paris, France June 25.-The Academy '; three Virginia farmers will be! the good things offered and they no tour of the leading thoroughfares.
hence of
there is
L Guernsey.House I | a suspension commercial
of Science is discussing the fact! called before the commission to testify longer will be satisfied with "single Flowers formed the principal part
Committee, Dancing in Even- activity which is injurious to
that spots on the sun have disappearedsince l i regarding the cost of raising tobacco blessedness. II' of the decorations and some of the
ing-Leroy B Giles, Mrs. S.'A. John- ( general conditions"CITY
last April. It is an extraordinary and later farmers from Kentucky It will be a dinner worthy the pat- motor cars had been prepared at an expense -
son, Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs G. H. Ed
wards. occurrence, the periodic appear I and North Carolina will be call- : ronage of all and the proceeds go to OF DURANGO REPORTED! of hundreds of dollars. Many

ance of sun spots being within a cycle -'ed.' The witnesses tomorrow will be: I a most worthy cause in the commu- TAKEN valuable prizes were offered in con-
Committee on Cards-Mrs. Fenj.!
of 11.13 years.MILITARY ] George Bohles of Sandidges, Va., and l'' nity. nection with the procession. The Duchess
Drew, Mrs. Leroy B. Giles, Mrs. L. G.
i(1V. P. Massie and James Fulcher, of Special to The Sentinel. of Southerland, The Hon. Arthur
Starbuck, :\Irs1.. 0. Overstreet. .
Committee on' Tennis Fran INSTITUTE FIRE. Amherst, Va. GERMAN TURNFEST. Washington, June 25.-Alarming Stanley and Lady Wilmer Lawson

I received the President were the judges.that .
Guernsey, Mrs.Varlow, Mrs. Thoap- telegrams by
Knoxville, Tenc., June 25.Firethat i i BUILD ROADS I Special to The Sentinel t from El Paso, Texas, indicates .
C. B. Robinson.Refreshment .
;;on, !
broke out at the Tennessee Mil- -- I Denver, June .-The official language SUNNY
Committee | there was great danger to citizens as. JIM IN TOW
-Mrs. S. Y. i i. Orlando has stores that can compete in Denver for the remainder of
Institute at Sweetwater Ten I '
tary i battle was eminent near there between I -
Way, Miss Mary Robinson, Mrs. J. }f. |in quality and in prices with any stores '':this week will be German. For several '
early today, was reamed to the kitchen Who has
rebels
Mexican and the regulars. The not heard of
Sunny Jim
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Mckin'y, Mrs. fl. T. Lattner, Mre. J. \ in the State. Build roads that are hordes of Teutons have been
and dining room section of the days past President immediately sent for Secretary Robinson, the smiling,
I blooming,
N -adsha\\: passable and great
these merehandis- the for the thirtyfirst
buiMingi The IOM was about $10- descending upon city -
I of War Garrison, and impressedupon I good humored commercial traveler -
i i ing houses will draw trade from manymiles Bundes-Turnfest, which will be :
GOO.I i him the order who takes
I preventing fighting :- more interest in
THAT SUKCIAL SALEn +j around. Building materials and 1 formally opened this evening when the '
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where American lives are endangered railroad schedules and
I j supplies of all kinds would be dis- of Denver the golden I accomplishes
WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION Mayor presents must be enforced. Warnin!': more than any man in Florida outside
.< Ives is jnaking elaborate j tributed from here. But people will' : key of the city to the president of the I
I MAKR1ES to that effect was sent by commandin of railroad officials. His efforts and
(lions for bis special sale, which I not wallow through sand knee deep Turnverein's Festival Board. It is es
officer border commanders of accomplishments in
on to
:.iturday. A. system of prises to get here and buy our goods I| timated that fully ten thousand Ger-I securing a better
SpecIal to the 8entiaea.Indianapolis I i both factions on Mexican soil. Rebel train service was the means of one
':en arranged for purchasers ,
I here for the
assembled
Ino, June 25.-Ray mans have i according to the latest dispatches, are train out of Lakeland being denom-
worth effort to win. The
an i BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG turnfest The affair will close Sun-
v Bronson, welterweight championship I on making great progress. It is reportedunofficially inated, "The Sonny Jim" and
1 arranged and ewy-
so a mn.ti LEAGUES
clerks willy 'contender, was ,married today to Miss : day night with a summer nights fes- I that the city of !o'body knows that certain train by that

competent Margurity Ryan, daughter of a prom' Special to The Sentinel.- tival and a fire-works dislpay at Lake- ; h&.s; been taken. name and no other.
> that everybody cant
sited upon. The sale : inent business man of this city. NationalPhiladelphia side. i I Sunny Jim.nore correctly stat-

u the nx,st attractive of:01 11; Brooklyn, 8. MEETING OF THE BARACAS MARRIAGE ing it, Mr, v: f i.:, fobi- ,,,1, was slopping -

; FAMOUS MINSTREL DEAD Cincinnati, 12; Chicago, 4. I I i in the r i ;i..n n./; at the San

i New York, 5; Boston, 1. ; I Married Apopka at the home of'jMrs. Juan, where ;--c ienaii.pfi} the guests

:'Special to Tie Sentiftel. St. Louis, 1; Pitsbor, 9. I The members of the Baraca Class of W. T. Champne, sister to tue by his prar./o; aid clever irfeks. He

m ui? ou SATISFIED East Orange, N. J.'June 25.-Geo. American the First Baptist church. had a particularly Ir, v Hires and Mr.Frank travels; f- : *,. Joseph E(}, heirs'Shoe

Thatcher, age sixty-four, a famous Boston, 2; New York, 5. enjoyable time at their meeting W. Zanders of Ft. 3ieade.About Company, of Savannah, Ga., and he

;h suits of your advertis-1 minstrel, died here today at the home Dean-it, 4; CkveU.id, 2.WashingtonPhiladelphia. '! Tuesday evening, when they gathered twenty-five guests wire present inot only travels but he sells. He is

re a now? Then why nott of his nephew. t grounds by invitation at the home of their to witness the wedding ceremony now working to have the Seaboard

< .ie hands of a man of.perienee 'I !| wet. Washington, 2; Philadelphia, 14, i* minister, Rev. Mr. Douglas. which was performed by Dr. Duglassof train that leaves Orlando in tile _ming -

t' with the positiveof j The Live Oak Democrat saye this :second game. ': Mrs. Douglas proved a delightful the Baptist Church of Orlando. Thehappy running to Wikhraod, continue

his ability of makin Eyear i will break all records in Suwannee i'Chicago' 4; St Louis, L 1 t hostess, her guests being most appre- couple came to Orlando by auto right on through to Ocala. He has

!; county for the shipping of water- '1 Southern !dative: of, her efforts in their behalf after the wedding, where they took the sueeeeded in interesting the division

,here some particular phraseusiness melons It predicts an even larger ;' Atlanta, 1; Memphis, 0. .aad of the dainty refreshments train for Ft. Meade their future home. Superintendent, Mr. Phillip, hi thef

.. t. that you wish partico !-|acreage in melons next ysw.o Chattanooga, 4 ;New Orleans, .. s em! Mrs. Zanders is a young woman o, matter who will be hereon a.few days

be emphasized, but fail to I Montgomery, 4; Birmingham, _*. estimable qualities and the love andwell to investigate and there is a wry

Consult oar ad man; he'll hit I Mr. A. W. Quina and wife, of Jacksonville Nashville, 4; Mobile, 3. I WEATHER REPORT wishes of fond friends will accompany strong probability that Soimy Jim's

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are in the city fw a wetk'iI :'I' Carolina 1 I her to her new home. labors will be rewarded and Oftaado

| visit with his brothers, Jan and D J Durham, 4; Greensboro, :. I Ptwiaeidy lair m north, kesl showers : i shave a better train service to 0eaIa.I .

your cards ecgraved at CurtisMH'S Quina, of this city. I Raleigh, 6; Asheville, 2.rharlotreWinstonSalem. in south portion Thursday and Fri Put new life into your business by P

V ; next PostoSBce. I rain. day. : using Sentinel ads. Subscribe for the Sentinel. r
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FAKE MAKE CONSUMPTION MILLIONS OF PROFIT CURES I!,, I.I I.- ''t;; ; ::IIIII"II'I'" I;;:;';' " "M..IHMI. .. j



than Within 500 have fraudulent the last been five tried"cures"years upon,for no thous-consumption less-'j I I Gifts to Please I I II :! Bargains Bargains !


ands of victims in the United States,; I II II Ii
and the exploiters of these nostrums I 'P)
have reaped a clear profit of not l less!I :? Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
than 50000000. This is an estimate!i Maybe safely purchased from ;I I Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
made by the National Association for, and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
the Study and Prevention of Tubercu-I body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
losis in a bulletin issued by them. us where everything Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
The National Association estimates Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French !!
that not less than $20,000,000 is invested -I is guaranteed. Gingham, from 9Sc up.
in the business of manufacturing g M Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
and exploiting fake cures for :'" from 25c up.Ladies' .
tuberculosis, and that the annual income k 4 k Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
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from these concerns and indi- ; styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
viduals is $15,000,000. About one- Dry Goods at a special reduction.
third of this amount is spent for ad- Allen M Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from 51.98 up.
& Co. -
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vertising, leaving a profit of $10,00-: Ladies' and Children's Readyto-Wear and Trimmed
000 a year, which is "blood money"j Hats from 25c up.Men's .
taken from ignorant consumptives.Three I Clothing, such as Blue Serge Mohair and
kinds of consumption cure j i Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
frauds are distinguished by the Asso-I JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up. III
elation, the first being the Men's Pants! all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. .V
fraud, where a "institute"I I Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
pensary is established and and colors, from 50c up.Boys' .
"doctor" or "professor" administers' Orlando Florida Pants from 25c up. .
"treatments" Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 4Sc up.Men's :
at so much per head.j tt.h.t \.
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and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 23c ',,
up. 1 :
These concers also carry on a mail; .... : "
order business with great profit. The, Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi ." j
tion we gi\e away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho ... _
second group 'of cures contains over{ ...=' "" ...
trade with
a hundred different kinds of drugs and, us. ,:> '.' .
i i"patent"
We want trade and that will)
your we assure you we i
devices, of which
any may: .
give the best merchandise for We t
you your money. guarantee '
be purchased at a drug store. Usually;' Our Repair Department at r .
satisfaction or refunded. Come and!
., your money
the consumptive is charged from $1.00 j
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ito j '
convince yourself, trade will be appreciated.
$:.00 for these and the institute: your .
Agent for the Snow Shoe.miner's
your service always. If JOlt would I be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
"curess, when he could make them up j
himself in exactly the same form for I
from one to five cents. i j f R. K New Bargain Store, OrlandoFHWWIIIilllilBmtttt
The third group of "cures" includes I j I
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home-made remedies, which certain'''
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self-deluded individuals believe will!

cure tuberculosis. Among them are, _.
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such things as onions, lemons, coal! Everything in Drugs t+H+ .I 5. )oJ't III1I11I11 I111 ,111I1 ;+D 1II1II111I -
smoke, pig's blood, alcohol, dog oil,
teas of various kinds, and a varietyof I
diets, including goat's meat, clabbered -j LISTEN THE[ OAKlAND
milk and a score of other arti WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST

cles. There are not usually advertisedfor 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
profit, but are usually given pub- Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne d
licity in various ways. Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
The consumptive is the most hopeful
individual in existence when the We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
ques- i pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
tion of a cure is suggested. The ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 I
I cerne. TALKING
National Association has stated thatno Ii
specific cure for tuberculosis has i GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST. ABOUT
been discovered, the
except well-tried : MillMtMllitlillllMMIMiilMllimmteiMMIE ,,.
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hygienic-dietetic method of fresh air,
ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
rest and good food. I
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000 WORTH OF HIGH-GRADE MEN'S AND LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, AND ENTIRE STOCK; THROWN ON PUBLIC SALE AT ,
$20, PRICES THAT WILL CAUSE WILD EXCITEMENT AND VOLUMNOUS BUYING. A GREAT AND GIGANTIC BARGAIN SALE-ONE THE CITY OF OR- $

LANDO NEVER SAW BEFORE. COME PEOPLE, COME .

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



WE PROPOSE TO MAKE THIS SALE THE GREATEST AND GRANDEST SALE THAT HAS EVER
F R E E. F R E E :
BEEN ATTEMPTED BY THIS STORE. OUR PURPOSE IS TO REDUCE OUR STOCK AND AT THE

--ONilSATURDAY- SAME TIME POPULARIZE OUR STORE BY GIVING THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTY A GENUINE Two $25 Hornless Grapho-
phones, Six China
REDUCED PRICE BARGAIN SALE, THEREBY PLEASING OUR PRESENT CUSTOMERS AND DRAWING Pattern Dinner pieces. 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. Moving Picture to Show' and'

; Absolutely I l FREE, one $25 ; ; many other articles of Merchandise
ITS A SALE THAT'S DIFFERENT. COlIE-SEE.
Hornless and
; Graphophone ; ; will be given away
; 1 beautiful 42-piece China i I II absolutely FREE.

I Pattern Dinner Set. EVERYBODY
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OPEN TO ALL .L..L. PARTICIPATES
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WITH EVERY DOLLAR PUR-
5,000 VOTES ON THE AUTOMOBILE CONTEST

Free M to the Men Free CHASE DURING THIS SALE Free-to the Ladies-Free j

To the first 25 men in our Store on openingmorning The Great Automobile Contest closes with this sale. This is lOU last chance to boost your favorite To the first 25 Ladies in our Store on opening
who make purchases amounting to Contestant. Contestants get busy and get your friends in to this sale and hate them make their morning, who make purchases amounting

$1.00 or more, we are going to give a pair of purchases while they can make One Dollar buy what it ordinarily takes Two Dollars to buy. to $1 00 or more, we are going to give a pair
Somebody is going to get this Grand Five Passenger Automobile Absolutely FREE-A this is
Beautiful Silk Half Hose FREE. of Beautiful Silk_ Hose FI EE.
your last chance. A Gigantic Money Saving Sale full of snaps. Free Prizes, bargains on just the
COME WITH THE RUSH Merchandise you need and 5,000 Vo'tes with every dollar purchase on the Automobile Contest. COME WITH THE RUSH

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INTERNATIONAL ROAD I ..

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London, June 23.-With Rt. Hon. g&i Gowns 98c. I ;! For the Next Fifteen Daysi,

Loyd-George, Chancelor of the Exchequer 4 ,

in the chair the Third Inter

national Road Congress opened today. I '
Following an address by Lojd-George. I FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- We will sell Lime at 90c

speeches were made by Sir GeorgeS.
W EAR. EMBROIDERIES
,
Gibb, Chairman of the Organizing per barrel delivered,

Committee; by the President of the LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS I I
Permanent International Associationand tJTHE five barrel lots.
STATIONERY, TOILET AR- !
various of
by delegates foreign

governments. Later this afternoonwill SUMMERCHRL TICLES, ETC. .j

be a reception to the members of ,
She delights in eating superbly ex-
the Congress at the Road Exhibitionin Florida Metal Co.IcNEILDa1'tS
quisite chocolates and bonbons as :
Royal Horticultural Hall by the Rt. LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS .
much as the winter girl-so don't for-!
Hon. Earl Beauchamp, H. M First J I,
get to send jour Lady Love a box of
Commissioner of works, followed by BUILDING
our delicious confections as regularlyas
an afternoon of tea and music. ,
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
you did in the cool months. Phone 41. .
:Members of the Congress registeredat a
Here we have everything in Sweets I
the Suvejor's Instution, Westminister that will delight the most experienced -!i STORE I I'I &

this morning and membershipcards and critical of feminine palates. I -- ---

Congress the and appointment was badges then were formally of the issued.General openedby The BUTTS Kandy Kitchen I'!''I 124,OPPOSITE South Orange POST OFFICE Avenue I : ill '[ II IIII


officers Committee of the, Sectional Congress.Committee LloydGeorgewas and NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT ;i [E L ECT T IC VACUUM i CLEANED[ [

placed in the chair. In Honda the Circuit Orange Court County 7th Judicial Circuit of I'I I I

This evening members of the Con- Louis R. 1'hilhps,
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gress will be received by the Lord F Wheeler.To M
Mayor and Corporation of the City of the Defendant B. F. Wheeler.
WHEREAS, it appears by return of the:!
London at the Guildhall. The Congress Sheriff of Orange County, Florida, upon the PORTLAND

will last until Friday, when it will he writ, the of said attachment Sheriff hereinbefore has on the 21st issued day that of i Have your room or house
come to an end with a banquet at the June, A. D. 1913, levied uuon and attachedthe i ATLAS
described real the
following estate in
Hotel Cecil. A programme has been County of Orange and State of Florida, levied CEMENT"THE cleaned without dust or troubleof
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upon as the property of you the said B F.
for the week
arranged the
following .
Wheeler to satisfy the sum of $70000 with I
Congress, however, consisting of visits interest and costs of suit, to-wit:
j i The Southeast Quarter of the Northwest moving furniture .
and inspections places of interest 1;Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the STANDARD BY WIIICH
Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter
such as quarries, engineering work-'of the Southwest Quarter and the East half ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED"I
shops and roads in various parts of I I of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest
Quarter and the Southwest Quarter of the
England. It is also planned for the]II I Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, am State Distributor, maintaining stocks both in The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
'I of Section Fourteen -
delegates to on a road inspection Jacksonville. Have just
go I I two <'J) South of Range Twenty-nine (29)East Tampa and received in Tampa

tour of Ireland and Scotland I And whereas it further appears from then 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will] man. .
The Congress is In & sense a case;j I' V>>y>> s& s>>>& S&xnS v>> sab aT}} ct aJisriroeRt ?- have a schwnertosd of 13,2{) at raj' Jacksonville agency -
tinaaiion ol the Congress of 1SC8 held fendant, that in this you,cause Hw said were>> not F. found TOzeefer in do the about the 20th of this month.

in Paris for the purpose of studying being County a of non-resident Orange and of State the State of Florida of Florida.It you. This is the largest single shipment of cement ever SEE THEM FOR TERMS
the construction and maintenance of is therefore ordered that you, the said BF shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unload !
roads in view of modern of lo-. Wheeler, and all other persons interested in ORDER AT ,I
means said property do appear before this Honorable ing, or soon will be, ONCE for ship side
comotion. The majority of the dele-!I[Court on Monday the First day of September, delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges. -
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i!i A. D., 1913, the same being Rule Day of this.i
associations, including the American i Honorable Court, otherwise judgment by de-
several delegates here. I!fault will be entered against you. WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIVERED
I It is further ordered that a copy of this ;
I notice be published once each week for two i TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE The PIERCE[ f [ELECTRC l[ T Inc
months in The South Florida Sentinel a newspaper I
Speaking of fish stories, here is the and State published of Florida.at Orlando, County of Orange I UUl''J)

latest from the St. Petersburg Inde-I WITNESS my hand and seal this the 25th
day of June, A. D. 1913. I JELK'S MACON BRICK for all Purposes
pendent: "Things are cretainly;i (SEAL CHURCH STREET
B M ROBINSON, LEGGS' Pressed and Brick
when Fancy
sporty a hundred-pound tarpon Clerk of the Circuit Court, Tth
jumps into the boat and knocks things Judicial Circuit for Orange of Florida County.in and I BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster .ifH.tHMIMMIIMHMIIIIMIIiHMMMIimilllMH

helter-skelter and puts the fisherman's By M. A HOWARD, D. C. --
lunch overboard. Yet that actually STARBUCK i STARBUCK Offices Salesrooms, Wharves, rii.-A. '! AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
happened at Egmont pass Sunday Attorneys for Plaintiff. I W R Fuller Trackage Hendry and Knight and TerminalsTAMPA Yards I Royston, Those wishing to make trips for

night A few days before that, whena It is still an open question whether FLORIDA House Painting and CalciminingI :business or pleasure, should see mi ,

captured tarpon bounced himself I a yachting cap or an automooile cap have had years of experience and I I for prices. Prompt service guaran-
overboard, the fisherman plunged into with goggles on top confers the greatest +ltlllllllHtlimMIIMIMtHtMHMMMMMHMHRead guarantee my work. I teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fix

the Sixty-foot water and recapturedthe ,I distinction. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Phone, 360. 5-29 t*

silver king fish, bringing the big Drop me a card and I will call.P. loan
The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day Money to on improved prop
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South Florida Sentinel

MORNING AND WEEKLY In Mr. Bryce's-observations of i<
-- -- -- !. CLOTHING SALE
---- American parties, he remarks that
a.ntered at the post office at Orlando,
Honda as Second Class Mail Matter. each (party) pummels, not his true |I
enemy, but a stuffed figure set up]1 I o
SUBSCRIPTION RATES to represent that enemy." COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, LASTING THROUGH NEXT WEEK, WE WILL SELL ALL CLOTHING -

This well represents the remarks of I AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HANDLE. HART, SCIIAFFNER & MARX SUITS, THE BEST MADE.

THE DAILY SENTINELOne minority Republican Leader Mann in WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SERGES, WORSTEDS, WOOL CRASH AND MOHAIRS. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED.
Year .. . . .. .... .$5.00 his characterization of the PRICES
I Ipresident's L
supercilious QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR
Six Months . . . .. .... 2.50 ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE
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message on currency re SIZES ARE BROKEN.
Three Months . . .eo eo 1.25 form. I

;next carrier in Orlando, 50 cents Dertonth Fortunately, Mr. Wilson is a far I MEN'S SUITS .MEN'S TROUSERS .
Daily and Sunday. bigger man than Congressman Mann,
and the country takes far more seriously $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for ----- --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ $-1.50
Morning Sentinel can be found
M The tale Orlando in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore what he says than can be offset $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for ----- --------------- 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________? 4.00

and Wright Brothers. by any flippant aspersion cast upon $18.00 Suits for ----__________ ------..-------- 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ____________ _____________ 3.50

We will l appreciate prompt complaint if his message by so raw a critic. I'I I $15.00 Suits. for _____________ _hh_________ 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 2.50
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. The President sees very clearly that
Advertising rates ;..ulbe- furnished- --on ap. the immediate duty of the Democratic j jparty i I We have a fine line of White Linen Duck and 'hite Serge Trousers.

,Ueatic-n. is to set free the American people i I New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL by two specific lines of legislation,a. .
For year, by mail postage paid.......1.00 the one of tariff for revenue only, and
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. the other the handling of the nation's 'I I SCRUGGS & DICKSON
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building 1
finance, so that the two great iniqui-1I 1i
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J.-F. -SCHUMAN--- -- ---- Editor ties protection of Republican and domination rule, viz: corporate of the)i I,1 T"TTT"-! . :. !. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII- - - - - - - . ., . .! !..!TTT.! !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. !. ,!HtMMIMMMMMMMiMH'OF r ! _

.JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor banks, shall loose their grip. I -
Two powers that were in reality but TIME CHANGES ALL THINGSThe ing away in the days of calmness and : Sugar and mules are getting mixed j' VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR
THURSDAY, JUNE 26TH, 1913. one, working in such interlocked !I !I reason. In the light of this decisionwe j! up in the sugar schedule. The raisersof ADVERTISERS

i agreement that it is useless to destroy!' civil rights bill has been de-' are hopeful that pending congress- I mules in Missouri petition Congressnot
EIHTOULLSSOCI.TIO I the power of one without also destroying Glared unconstitutional by the Supreme i, ional measures designed to separate to put sugar on the free list; say WHO WISH TO BE AS PROGRESSIVE .
the power of the other. I Court of the United States. '! whites and blacks in sleeping cars on that by doing so the industry of sugar AND UP-TO-DATE A3

The editor of the Sentinel had hopedto The bill in the committee and which I This once famous and infamous law I] interstate railways may be enacted beet growing would be ruined and that THE TOWN IS ITSELF-
will be before the Congress for its I ,and soon become effective. Perhapsit
attend the Editorial Convention at has been suspended by its own weight. sugar plantations which use large WE HAVE ENGAGED
approval the President thinks will' is not generally known, but it is a numbers of mules would be THE
Tampa this week, but, owing to the Impelled by the prejudice of the put out SERVICES OF
fact that it comes within a few daysof meet the issue. Consequently his appearance -i hour, Congress, shortly after the war, ': fact, nevertheless that while the sepa- of business and thereby ruin the mule AN EXPERT AD
I his departure for the north on his before the Congress for delivering passed a law denominated the Civil rate car laws bar negroes from market. Thus the humble donkey at WRITERA
he is to his second message was as it I coaches or compartments set apart! last gets into the limelight.
annual vacation, compelled Rights law, which enabled the negro' man thoroughly qualified to han.
should have been the effort of for white there is such
passengers no
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forego the very great pleasure.To to have equal rights with the whitesin die any business ad proposition a man
meet and greet the body of men earnest man to urge upon our law- matters of public, such as trans- I distinction in the matter of sleepingcars. Completed arrangements have been competent to bring out all the salient
who constitute the Press Associationof makers the necessity of immediate I On the contrary, a negro pas- perfected for the Fourth of
portation, hotels etc. But year by July pro- points of your business, a man thor
action. He : "It is perfectly clear I senger may engage a sleeping car
Florida occasion looked for- says of events to take
was an year, the northern man saw more I gram place at the oughly conversant with the techniqueof
:ward to with no little anticipation, and that it is our duty to supply the new I clearly the injustice of this bill and berth just above or just beneath that I Tampa Bay athletic grounds in Tam- your individual requirements. Give
it is keen to be denied banking the currency system the occupied by a white person, unless The plan is extensive
a disappointment the more thoughtful colored people ; pa. in scope him an opportunity of demonstratingThe
that privilege at the last. country needs, and that it will imme-I saw the utter folly of trying to pass i the car officials assert that their accommodations and will provide amusements for the I cost will be but nominal and the
Then the concluded that diately need it more than ever. i' are fully taken up. thousands who
proprietor on equal rights with the white man'and are expected to attend. positive results financiaUy gratifying
he would go and enjoy the festivities The only question is, when shall we philosophically took his place for' --

of the occasion when, to his chagrin,I supply it-now, or later, after the which by nature, he was fitted and !
large amount of extra business came demands shall have become reproachesthat
a I thus the sensible negroes and levelheaded ,
in demanding his attention in the of- we were so dull and so slow? I'j I white people have learned their
fice, and self denial had to be made Shall we hasten to change the tariff ,: respective relations and respect each I
and hence the Tampa ticket was not laws and then be laggards about:.; other most when occupying their re- JUNE WEDDINGWhile
purchased by the proprietor.But I making it possible and easy for the spective I spheres.
the Sentinel will, as in the : country to take advantage of the i( The decision was unanimous and
good roads' junket, be represented at change? There can be only one an- wipes out the last vestige of a law
the Editorial Association by one of swer to that question. We must act that has been repulsive to the South "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
the ablest and brainiest men in Flor- now, at whatever sacrifice to our-I I I since its enactment. The intelligent seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
ida and a complete report of the As- selves. It is a duty which the cir- negro knows his place and gets along weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
sociation will be published from day cumstnces forbid us to postpone. I j pleasantly with his white brother. for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
to day in the Sentinel. should be recreant to my deepest i i The case decided was one wherein ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
The Sentinel sends greeting to the: convictions of public obligation did I I it was attempted to make the civil your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

Association and lifts the cup of good not press it upon you with solemn rights act applicable to the high seas- We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a I
cheer in honor of the men there met. and urgent insistence." I The complainant, a negress, claimed stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
o Mr. Mann would have interested the that she had been several times denied smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
Don't count your chickens until country more and have aided his party I equal accommodations to which country. .
you're sure the incubator lamp doesn't more effectively had he said some- I it was contended she was entitled under The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -
leak. thing that offered relief from the distress -I the operation of the civil rights is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully

o his party has brought upon the i[ act. She had been denied the same inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feeling
To prove that she was a sincere country. For Mr. Mann to criticize'! eating and sleeping accommodationswith I I and assurance that you gettingthe greatest value and the most up-
temperance woman, an Eastern old President Wilson's use of language is the white passengers and was to-date merchandise.
maid has parted with her corkscrew a little like a school boy passing judg- required to take her meals at a second
curls. ment on Socrates or presuming to REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf
table and sleep on the lower deck.
out faults in Kant's
-oA -- j' point Crique Accordingly I she sought damages and.
scientist says women's feet are of Pure Reason. Mr. Wilson is a past the case ultimately found its way to you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
all wrong. If true, we shall have to master in saying what he means and the court of last resort, wherein her pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned\ form or
begin at their heads to make them in meaning what he says. It is a contention was not sustained. The mountings, bring them in and iet us show you what wonderful transformation -
pity that one can sit under the
any
right again. decision is regarded as applicable toi can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
delivery of such a message as the one I
o hotels, restaurants, drug stores and Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
The Michigan man who had a dogs the President delivered on Currency I elsewhere. In a word, the court, holding I
Reform and still be buffoon. __ _
brain into his head has a
put now a 1 the act of Congress itself unconstitutional .
scientific right to growl about every-I effectually bars complaints I
thing he doesn't like. The first carload shipment of can I nf race discrimination!: ..
0 I taloupes from Suwannee county for :! The decision shows how thoroughly -
the JewelerOPPOSITE
There is evidence that some of our this season was shipped from Falmouth -, the prejudices that forced such
near statesmen who are cultivating last Wednesday. |(i legislation upon the country are giv- ,
political gardens are experiencing difficulty -
in keeping the weeds down.It .
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man the as tax a puts liability assessor down instead he his ought automobile of an to asset.classifyit for [ L PIP r SALE L [ I I EXPERT REPAIRING AND. ENGRAVING..


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Charles Landau, an Englishman, I
missed his train, went back to Monte

Carlo, won $25,000, and took the next *

flier. i Time-was money o--in his case. Clean Sweep Sale

The sugar lobby commission has
spent $100,000 in its investigation, and
there doesn't seem to be a bit more ;
sweetness in life as a result of it. Factory shipped more than or-
o I Beg1llll1ll Salitrilay Jlm
dered, and to save freight returning [ [ J
But for the fact that the shoe t ,

might pinch, many an editor would will sell at about one- 9
write an editorial about people who' .

fail yards.to cut the weeds in their back I third less than regular prices: w N Continuing Through July 13



The government 0 is warning Southern : Free 1 GIVEN AWAY Free

cattle raisers of the danger of

shipping out too many cattle, and of Value Sale Price hundred
To the first one customers entering my store tickets will
not for
keeping enough breeding pur "Victor" Minute Best Made_____ $6.00 $4.25
1/2 Pump
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and the will be awarded
poses.A be given, following prizes to the lucky

o t "Only" Double Acting with gauge________ tOO 2.75 I three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
Paris doctor contends that he can

read character by the hair. Still, often "Hill" Double Acting without gauge______ 3.50 2.10 selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
the occupant of the baldheadedrow I

may be a judge or a college pro- I "Tornado" Single Acting __________-____ 2.50 1.10
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Dogs have begun expressing their I
disapproval of firecrackers already; by I! I: ii -ii: YOURS FOR BUSINESS

the Fourth of July they will feel as i i I
hopeless and helpless as people who I

talk against the tango.o rUllllrS & SONS Marion B. Ive

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That man who asks for the exercise 16 Til ..
franchise in his behalf 'I
elective
of the ,
must have some reason to offer for I SUCCESSORS TO EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

the hope that is within him. And the L
reason to pass muster these days must S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGEIHMMHHHtllMtMtlMttHtlMlllltMMMMIHM Floor
not be clothed in any selfishness or
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We have forged another link of Satisfaction in recently THE HOT WEATHER SHOE FOR MAN LADIES' SHOESWe

securing the Sole Agency of the Famous EIFFEL Hose forMen The Dr. Rodman stands by itself as a shoe for comfort, have all styles of "Sorosis" Shoes, also "Queen Qaulity"
and A Shoe that can and has been for
style durability. worn
A hose of absolutely the most Shoes and if don't know
Women and Children. you about them, just ask your neigh-
without the feel
sixteen consecutive hours producing slightest
fact there is NO HETTER HOSE MADE. bor, they probably them.
dependable wear. In ing of discomfort. The secret of its almost universal popu- wear We have the sole agency for

I WE CARRY ALL COLORS, TAN, BLACK AND WHITE, larity lies in the fact of its being built on the principles of these two famous lines of Shoes. Prices $3.50 and $4.00

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

From 25 cents to One Dollar a pair. Sample our three pairs lightness to the wearer-truly a shock absorber. We carry all

for One Dollar.. You'll use them alwajs. st'les.Ve carry all Sizes. We carry all Widths. At one price CHILDREN'S SHOESWe

Four Dollars a Pair. have everything needed in Shoes for the little ones.
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We have a full line of "BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" SHOESin Sandals, Pumps, Ties, Oxfords, and high shoes, all colors,

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

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

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




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Misses Finch and Cummings left MRS DUKE IN BY HI .
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last night for Nashville, Tenn. I fetter from Miss Hallie Fernandez 0
WADE announces that her mother, Mrs. Duke Mr. and :\Ir.-.. James L. Giles have
vErA THE TUNER I Mrs. L. C. Cox and son, Clarence,t I, has been in the Johns Hopkins hospital done a noble deed, and one which will j Coffee and Tea
ORLANDO. FLA. left last night to visit relatives in Baltimore, for several weeks and bring its certain reward not only in|

J1 I II II Hardwick, Vt. j has had to have two operations per- the approval of their own consciences [A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY]
I I i I formed. She has been a great suf- and the laudation of their fellow citi-
I Miss Dorothy Wilfe will arrive to- I ferer and has been greatly reduced I zens, but as well in the great record WE CARRY ALL THE BEST BRANDS
Mr. C. M. Ebbert, of Baltimore was
day from Auburndale to be the guestof j in flesh, so much so that she would ; beyond the skies The motherless
the at the San Juan yes -
among guests her aunt, Mrs. Van Ness, for sev- j hardly be recognized by her friends in child, Callie Gissendaner, has been
terday. eral days. Orlando. I taken into their home, as one of their COFFEE TEA
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I I Ii children, and with their own dear lit- White nose White RoseJackson
W. P. Watson left yesterday for
:Miss Chapman, sister of Mrs. J. i THE BIG FOUR QUARTETTE tle daughter, will have every aid to Square Lipton
northern points and will be gone several
weeks. B. Lawton, Jr., and Miss Fields arrived -! When you see a quartette of old I culture and every chance for development White House Tetley
from Jacksonville yesterday war horses like Dr. Stagg, Jos. L.I I which wealth and a wide Cracker Boy Gold CamelBarrington

Mr. Carlyle Smith, of Lexington, afternoon to attend the reception given I. Guernsey, Benj. Drew and M. 0. Over- i helpfulness will give. While there Hall Gun Powder
Ky., is in the city looking over busi- at the Lawton residence last even- ;i street, lay down the rules for a Couni I! are many others here who would have Dutch Blend English Breakfast
ness interests. ing. I try Club Fourth of July picnic, you given a home to the homeless, if their Cafe des Gourmets Daisy Japan
;i can bet the young chaps will have to means would have allowed of it, the

Mrs. G. B. Ferguson left last night Mrs. J. K. Martin has closed her', step some. The Fourth will be a..I I praise is not any less for these generous -
for Willingham, Delaware, where she home on Amelia Avenue and gone to gala day at the Country Club. I people who have so graciously TRY OUR BULK COFFEE. BEST IN TIlE CITY.
will spend the summer. ': Southern Pines, N. C., where sKfe will I shared the much which has ben given JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of the famous JACKSOX
spend the summer, her husband hav- .:, Rev. J. W. Stagg and Hon. Brax- them.-Reporter Star. SQUARE COFFEE.A .
Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and:, ing preceded her there several weeks ton Beacham left this morning on the I Mr. and Mrs. Giles assure us that ten cent package of White Rose Tea Makes forty cups.

quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruth- ago. three o'clock train for Tampa, where I there is no foundation, whatever for
ers & Gore. Try it.Mr. they have been invited to make ad- the above story and that they have not
Mr. M. B. Craig, a very popular dresses before the Florida Press As-I even entertained any such idea and are THE SANITARY GROCERY

and :Mrs. J. G. Dunn, who have traveling man, who makes periodical !, sociation, which will be in session at a loss to understand how anybodygot
1! there three this week. such an impression.AN CARUTHERS & GORE
spent the winter in Orlando, left yes- visits to Orlando, was working his days

terday for their home in Kansas. trade yesterday. He represents the : Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine
I Street
; firm of Sharp & Dohm, wholesale Mr. James L. Giles, who has been APPALLING PICTURE

Potatoes are so plentiful in the : druggists, of Baltimore.Mr. : attending a meeting of the directors Mr. H. C. Allen showed us a picture MilMiMHMIMt +*+ .. .
West, it is impossible to find a mar- ; of the Empire Life Insurance ; in the London News that is a -- -- --
ket for old spuds and new ones are at I M. 0. Dovel has been sick for '. Company, of Atlanta, is again at his most concise picture of the frightfulness Mrs. Helen S. Wright is in receiptof I The Florida State Dental Association -

low prices.Mr. several weeks and is preparing to takea office. of war. Two solid pages dottedas contributions for the employmentof | composed of more than 150 den
vacation among the mountains of 1 thickly as dots can be made, represents a swimming teacher for children. I tal practitioners, will meet in annual
James White, of Denver, Col., Virginia. Milton has been a hard Mr. Aaron Jones of North Dakota, the casualties of the Bulgarianarmy Parents believe that Chairman Smithof I session at Atlantic Beach for a threeI .
is in the city on a real estate inves: worker and a rest in the fresh moun- is in the city for a week's stay and in its three months' campaign; the City Council is right in urginga I Idays' convention, beginning today. An
tigation. He expects to become a resident tain air is what he needs. I will look over Orange county grove and the figures sum up 86,734 in killed-I bathing place prepared in a safe i I extensive program has been prepared.
of Orlando.Mr. lands with a view to becoming a pur- wounded and missing. One for every manner for children to go and enjoy

Many friends of young Rosser Morgan chaser. twenty-five of the male population of j i I the water and learn to swim insteadof I FOUND-A breast pin containing
Hamilton Johnson is now in the -j i ----- Bulgaria. passing an ordinance prohibiting pictures of children. Owner can
city and will remain here until his son of Mr. F. A. Morgan and one Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis and Mrs.B. I I swimming in these close in lakes. \have same by calling at this office
of the most popular of Orlando boys, and paying for notice.
I M. Robinson and daughter Eliz- I
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contract for the sewer disposal plantis Boys, like ducks, will find water. If
during his stay here, will be interested abeth, have returned from their va- Miss Marcia P. Johnson leaves today I -
completed.Miss in hearing of his enjoyment in Lon cation trip to Daytona. for Sewanee, Tenn., where she they are prohibited from using the inside FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur,
don of the grand Cathedrals and other will spend the summer. During her lakes they will wander out in nished and unfurnished. <
Blanche Curtis, who has been noted places. lie has attended ser Mrs. Dr. McEwan and Mrs. Dr. Edwards stay she will assist in the work which the woods to lakes where they are 1 JAMES A. KNQX
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Hooks, subjected to a greater danger. The 6-26 tf.
vice in Westminster Abbey and in t will leave early next week for is being done there by the Episcopal,
for several weeks, left for her home in boys will go-ought to go swimmingand
Canterbury Cathedral, their regulai Connecticut, where they will spend church for the mountain girls, "St. ELECTRIC
Chicago yesterday.If it is better to have a safe place TREATMENTS
the
place of worship being St. George'swhere several months. Mary's-On-the-Mountain, being
close in for them to enjoy the water All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for
and illiterate
Judge Warlow's brother is Rec school where these neglected -I
in need of a good suit of clothes, tor. Rosser is now a pupil of th Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Walters, Mrs girls are given practical I sports. the month of June. Dr. Bennett,
hat or other toggery, go to Scruggs "London School of Music," and work. C. F. Taylor and. Mrs. W. A. Wood, training which enables them to carry : Phone 227. L-Page5-26-1m

& Dickson and get the best in the mar- ing diligently over his violin, wit L of DeLand, motored 'over to this city help in many ways into their poor; Shanibarger's for bicycles and
ket at a figure as low as the lowest. which he will doubtless become ver y yesterday. homes. Miss Johnson will be greatly Sundries. Money to loan on improved prop
skillful, since he combines with tru missed by many friends here, and especially -I tf erty. S. Y. WAY.

The Atlantic Coast Line pay car musical talent, the patience and perse FOIl RENT in St. Luke's Parish, where
gladdened the hearts of the boys yesterday verence needful to attain success. Mr her efficient and faithful labors in!
by handing them their pay Morgan's business took him to Eng Seven room cottage close in, Nod .. the Sunday school and in many other
checks. They also supplied the offices land early this year, Mrs. Morgan 148 East Pine street. All modern con. ways are deeply appreciated. I Ii
with the necessaries of the different Rosser accompanying him, and thej y veniences. Possession at once. Lore I i i AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN

departments. have each been greatly 'missed\. here. & Bradshaw. 6-26 61 t Subscribe for the Sentinel. i I
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Grand Theatre I: Todays'FOUR REELS Program ped and ready to run.



1 1912 Touring Gar Complete $500
II "A FLORIDA ROMANCE" (Drama) .. . . Lubin ,
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Changed Daily. : "WITH LOVE'S EYES" (Drama) . . . . Selig ONE 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EX-
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; "A LESSON TO MASHERS" (Comedy) . . Biograph

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Apopka, Fla., June 24th.-The ques- ing blocks, brick and sidewalk tiling, : : ulr Refining LO. I

tion of bonding this little city for the all of which are badly needed here. I, :. i

purpose of erecting a city hall, erect- I .
:
ing a municipal electric lighting plant GOOD HEALTH RULES +4. .11

and also to improve the streets, was ----- I:

brought up at the last session of the While the State is withering be- : KeroseneGasoline

Board of Trade, and after consider. neath a hot wave and while the thermometer I

able discussion the resolution was is threatening fresh altitude :I YOUR SEWER

adopted and a committee appointed to : records, the thoughtful man will go
appear before the next meeting of the slowly and eat carefully if he heeds '

City Council and present a request: the injunction of the State Board of LubricatingOils

that an election be called to decide by Health.
the voters whether or not the city I 1 Digestive disturbances, the board and Greases CONNECTION

shall issue bonds for the purposes points out, are responsible for muchof j r
above stated. the sickness and discomfort of Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

Under an act passed by the last summer and are caused by overeat- j

session of the State Legislature, ing during hot weather. Fresh vege- Hif4i .

Apopka is allowed to assess and collect -;, tables should be used in moderation. ':

a special tax not to exceed ten I meats in small quantities and cooling j i I -r:

mills, and from that fund can be cre- drinks with extreme care, the I

fund that will the board advises. 50 ,
ated a sinking pay
I PHONES { You cannot use until main
your sewer ceptic tanks
interest upon the proposed bonds and Above al else in the case of 269

cancel them at maturity.The ,: young children, the board cautions and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which .0
,
Orlando
suggestion made to the Boardof mothers to see that good' milk is procured -- Florida I
I Ii will be
Trade was that $6,000 be issued and that it is kept on ice until i some months hence.

but the concensus of opinion seems to ,,! 1 used Sour milk is absolute poisonto 444 OtI44444 +$4444444 1 Why let your moneylay idleVe will sign con- .

be that the amount should be increased -j i 1 children and stale milk dangerous !

to $10,000 which would provide amore 1 beyond belief. BUSINESS BOOSTERS tracts with you now to make these connections any time

ample sum for each of the sped-J "Go slowly," urges the board, "and I CLASSIFIED I
within
two
fied items. i i 4 do not attempt to do the same Business Boosters (classified advertisements years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
received after 10 o'clock
There is no doubt here of the bond i i :amount of work that one performs in i midnight, will be run in the "Too Late Tor 13 cents per foot.Give .

issue carrying if submitted to the peo-I'j winter. Overheating. leads to exhaustion -i to Classify" column.
I Boosters of five lines less this work to your home and
all the leading business men and to serious complica- or -approximately company we are I
pie as
30 words ont time, 25
have expressed themselves in favor'I tions. In the cities, careful people cents; three times 50 ants; one week here to see that. it is satisfactory to you, and ..
of it. will stay off the streets as much as (six daily and one weekly editions)
Apopka is preparing to do herself I possible and will dress lightly. Thisis I! $1.00; one month, $3.00. you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied

proud on July 4, as arrangements have the season for a general display Money to loan on improved prop- with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
'of common sense in all the habits of "
been perfected for holding an old-I I,erty. S. Y. WAY.
fashioned barbecue here on that date. life." inspector and certified to by him.

A sufficient fund has already been sub-I We might add, eat Butt's ice cream, ASK your grocer for Jackson Square ,

scribed and paid in to insure the suc- drink only pure milk and pure water I Coffee. 6-21-tf.

cess of the undertaking. I and you will feel tolerably good. WANTED-Sewing of any kind by

Barbecued meats, bread, coffee, Mrs. Elma Holland, Also rooms to I

burgoo, and ice water will be served!I The City Hotel Company, a corpora- rent. 219 Boone Street. 6-24-3t
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free on the grounds and ice cream and j tion, will erect a five-story brick hotel FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real

other refreshments will be on sales I building in Daytona. The new build-! Estate see Jansen & Watkins i
i is to be completed within the 6-24-1m.
on the grounds during the day. II ing

Good speakers have been engaged I, present year at a cost of $60,000. Itwill LOST-Two wire stretchers; returnto The F. JOSEPH RAEHN !
be with elevator service
,
for the occasion, and games of various provided I Helms' Hardware Company and
kinds including a double header, steam heat, an dtelephone service toI I get reward. 6-23 5t.

match game of baseball will be a fea-: every room. Every room will also MONEY TO LOAN-$2,000 to $5,000on

ture of the day's amusement.The be provided with running ice water, improved Orlando property. Ad- Plumbing and Heating Co:
as well as hot water. There are to dress, Box 526 Orlando. 6-24-31
public is cordially invited to
be sixty modern sleeping rooms.T. .
come out and enjoy a day of real' FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger &
pleasure and hear the proud old bird I touring car. Large and roomy. I i "JM.U.I.M.I.I.MM"JMIJIHHJ.MJ.il I.I J.1111
T. Cummings, superintendent of 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER., .tMMMMMMMMMMmiMMMMIMMIT
of freedom scream in the "Heart of, I
the Associated Charities, is endeavor- .
Summerland. I i I BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice I' -- - -
Our truck growers are still quite, ing to arouse interest in the subjectof suburb in east part of the city. Carl ,
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establishing a camp fo rtubercu- Jensen. :
busy taking care of the tomato .. '
crop ---- ---- -- -- ---
but owing to the dry weather which losis patients near this city. He is OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis. A NEW ASSORTMENT
I endeavoring to secure an acre of high ion to the Northeast of the eity and I
has prevailed here for the past few
ground near the city, so as to have I still have some choice lots there.
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weeks the crop is cut short from what! Carl Jensen.
sufficient room to place tents for
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is would have otherwise been. i i ------ -- OFRatine -=---- -
number of patients. The idea is to FOR RENT-Five room cottage with,I II I I
The watermelon has been I Ti
crop carry on this work in connection with all modern conveniences. Garage 1
seriously injured by the continuousdry II I the operation of the charities.TampaNote I for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply I t TAMP
weather which has prevailed over I I 515 East street. 5-15 tf
in Times-Union. HatsAT
this section of the country for the 1 I t
LOST-Somewhere on the streets of!
past month. J
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt Orlando, a ladies gold watch. Had I I!
Real estate has been quite active i' of citi- name of W. A. Starkey on the at- I
the solicitation
here this summer, more so in fact j I many tached medal. Finder leave at this of- IS JUST AS EASY : -
of Orlando, I have consented to
zens
than for many years past which indicates fice and receive reward. ,
I I be a candidate for the office of Alderman 6-25
that Apopka has at last awak-

ened .from. a long sleep of lethergy. I to fill the vacancy made by MISSES[ HAULM & DUNN
The American Realty Co., of Apopka,'i the resignation of Mr. Seegar. CHAPMAN HOUSESix To say "Give me a dish of
I i| If elected, I will act impartially in dollars a week and up. No. 308 POINSETTIAIce
leas sold some; twelve or fifteen lots I
j all matters and in the interest of .all II IIi West Central avenue. Mrs. M. McI Cream, as it is to omit
this .month and quite a number of!
private individual sales have been i I i the people, i iI Ewan, proprietress. 6.121 mo. the name-why do you do Agents for Barclay Corsets

I 1 I S. S. GRIFFIN. it, when by saying POINSETTIA
made and at prices that show that I ___- I II Roberta Branch will be pleased to

Apopka is looked upon with favor. I ANNOUNCEMENTI take a limited number of pupils for you get so much
I more real VALUE for your
The Consumers Lumber and Veneer i hereby announce my candidacy' piano study, and is especially interested money.

Co., plant that was partially destroyed I for alderman to fill the vacancy made 'in beginners. Lessons given at .

by fire a few weeks ago has again j I by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar I pupils' homes if so desired. It's better, becaus ewe make it

resumed operations and will be ableto subject to the election called for same I II' 1 6-19 tf I so, no trouble no expense, no effort SEER CONNECTION:

fill orders promptly as in the past. and if elected will endeavor to fill I TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE I is omitted or considered too

Mr. William Gage is now beginningto .I' same to the interest of the city. Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly great in order to make POINSETTIA -

erect a new residence on his lotjust Respectfully, used, one rebuilt machine and one I II the' standard of purity

purchased from the American GEO. A. BARKER. I I second hand Underwood. I and quality A

Realty Company on Third street,, (To July 8- I Call at my office and see bargains i| ; House connections to the sewer mains shouldbe
which when completed will add muchto and Fireproof Iron I
in Typewriters I
that part of the town.A 1 Money to loan on improved prop- \ Safes. C. S. McEWAN. |i FOR SALE BY made now. Sign contract now while your i

concrete brick, block and paving erty. S. Y. WAY. tf. '
6-13 worked to have street
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\ V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. street being on so as
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;j EVERY BODY'S DOING IT opened up finished.
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Automobiling, we are open for dates I FLA.

picnic parties, or a crowd for anI I I : I ,
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA
: evening drive. Call 360 or ask for No. ,

i C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf ;; ,I .. See W. L.
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i j FOR RENT 04 I4+f0+H444t$ :

Regular DownpourOF '1 Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient I> t INCREASE THE ITR- J ;

i for business people, also lighthouse ,II' F.D.Harvey&Co.
keeping. Delightful location I j CHASING POWER OF

I' with or without board. Terms very j jroasonable. YOUR DOLLARS :
i McNair Lumber Co.
: Phone 255 Office
I Address, MC' care Sen- ; 33 1per: centBy

BARGAINSI1r tinel office. 5-22 tf i .
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I BARGAIN IN A PRESS purchasing ALL of your building 'i -- -::;; = -

i Two revolution, seven-column quarto : : materials, for CASH, from u.;-we II 1
Does work. make it well worth your while
: Campbell press. good : :
I Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds, i
By securing your personal f I A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlan- !: Roofing, Brick, Lone sad CoMBt FRANK HYRESArtificial
Fla.MONEY.
do
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I We Guarantee every shipment a-
needs now, you can make more '
I TO LOAN On : : repreented.
city
prop- stock prompt shipments i
Large ; assure
clear money than by any day'swerk V erty. See Jansen & Watkins. : StoneBuilding
6241m. Try as
you have ever done Everything

NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS : DYE LUMBER COMPANY -- --
in our store is being sold
Bids will be received for the over- GAINESVILLE FLORIDA :

at a sacrifice. hauling and construction of rooms in P. O. Box F193Spirella Blocks, Cement Brick, House
t the Court House for jury quarters. ,. of Concrete
I Foundations, all styles
lie sure and visit our store. It I Plans and specifications will be on file +<< 11M III o l Ht. UI. UtS also all kindsof
Columns, and Balusters,
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
Remember I ..
will
eventually pay you. Ornamental Concrete Work in White
; cuit Court. Bids will be received up r

lookers are welcomed as politely to the meeting of the Board of County or Colored Facings

as buyers. I Commissioners on the First Monday S Corsets
: in July.

j By order of County CommissionersB. Phone 159-Works Livingston Ave. on R. R.
{I ---- M. ROBINSON, Clerk. (Not Sold in Stores) ,

hW Wear a tend made to fit y.el1. Aik -
JOB PRINTINGOur
Brown & Lartigue far a demonstration. Call or send postcard
job department is equippedwith
i to
imperfec- Money to loan on improved
up-to-date faces of type, modern I ., GOOD TIRES-Factory prop-
I less than userty.. S. Y. Wl
and SPIRELL.CORSET PARLORS tions at about one-third Y.
| machinery competent workmen, : ,
Men's and Boys' Outfitters and prepared to turn out beautifuland I 303 West SU Cor. South. Orlando, Fl.. ual list prices. Full line in stock. I. j

J I I artistic work. Estimates furs I! MRS. J. VAX BrSKIRK, Corsetiere W. PHILLIPS &.SONS, 6 E. Church i j Shanibarger's for bicycles and
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Sundries.
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of New York and each day sees accessions .
to the list of these autostorage and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURESFOUR
places where the brother in blackis
Total Resources of Million.
merely the over Three-quarters a
not wanted. Not on REELS FOUR
"blue gum" has the ban been laid.
I Statement of the Orlando Bank and
The chauffeur may be only a quad- ,
roon, an octoon even, but standing( :' .'l r r '-...; --- Trust Co., at Close of Business
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is .' w. Program Thursday"A
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the adage, "a nigger a .
firmly by 1 \ : \ April 16th, 1913-The Sen'c"I -
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if whitewash him" I, -. \ '.. .1.' '
nigger even you .
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enth Anniversary of
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refuse sanct- "
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the proprietors .
garage .' ..p !' SLAVE'S DEVOTION" Hroncho FeatureA
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he drives. .
the machine a. its Existence
to
uary 4 !Ie"\.!. :
Whether the white chauffeurs are '':' .... ......... -"..;l.t A' ....,fY'.;;'\), ..-" I I dramatic subject of pathetic tenderness, showing
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banded together in league againstthe w...t\a "t..' ,'-' the attachment of an old slave to his master and many
black is not clear, but certain it "' '*E i }/ i :i'. a RESOURCES : thrilling battle scenes, illustrating the bitter conflicts
is that garage proprietors are daily .:" .. '- .o,'" ,.. ..".'._-,. I that occurred during the civil war.Vith a plot so
inviting auto owners with negro t,:"'', ;'!I'aJ" ;. ',...:: .J ,t I Loans and Discounts.. .$368,197.83 unique that its like hasne>"er before been shown in two
chauffeurs to store their machines :' I.' .',. 1N". ."":.t,, ..es.'?".,... Overdrafts .... ... ....". 922.82 reels. DON'T MISS THIS
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machine"one f"4- *
"If I keep .
elsewhere. your ,..
auto-owner was informed, "I will Mit' .' ::"-" Fixtures .......... 25,353.44 "THE SHOE ON THE OTHER FOOT" .GaumontA
lose six or eight now stored here. %k t" 1'5 -..,- ( I Stocks and Bonds :....... 26,018.33 delightful and pleasing comedy. Funny, yet refined \
I 4 Cash hand and Banks '
It's a business matter with me. <'a ." on in 336,267.61 ALSO '
shall hear of the forma-
tion Next throughout we the South of associa-.1' + Total ..... ........".$789,260.08 "EXTRA" . . . . : . . .One Reel

tions for the.advancement of the in-I|!I ri. i LIABILITIES A PICTURE PROGRAM TODAY WORTH SEEING- '(
terests of the negro of the North and -J-{ JUST THE "LUCERNE KIND"
the Southern white man will embarkon Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00 I
a campaign of education. Each 4 '' 1 t Surplus and Undivided : MATINEE 3:30: I
i I. TO 5 P. M. NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
year sees fewer avenues of industry Profits ..... ........... 24,144.55 I
which the negro may enter in the I Deposits ................ 665,115.53 : A FEW MORE OF THOSE TWO DOLLAR TICKET
North, for the North has not yet i k1 : BOOKS FOR FIFTY CENTS LEFT. YOU HAD

learned that the negro may be kept I I &x( I Total .. .............$789,260.08 : BETTER GET ONE BEFORE THEY ARE ALL
in his place without divorcing him : : GONE OR rot; WILL REGRET IT.
i
from his job. And why shut the H I -
kitchen door in his face merely be- Ii i II I i Deposits April 4, 1913.. .$592,875.65 GO WHERE TilE CROWDS GO AND ENJOY YOURSELF .
cause the parlor door is slightly ajar .
-
Deposits April 16, 1913.. 665,115.53
Back in 1865 the was startedon
negro I United States Government, State and County Depository ... .
Increase in 12
his journey to social equalityindustrial days $ 72,239.58y III 11111"111 11110 It.. 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II..
freedom, forty acres and a I I. J :
mule. The mistake was made b tttIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO.IIII.it

the colored brother, apparently for, ; .\...
he assumed that these things were(*1111111111.,1111111111110GIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..111111111..tlll IIMMMIU J:
to come to pass all over the country ( THE MARKET
instead of merely in the subj ected
district south of the Potomac and ,
W. M. SLEMONS
of the the ignorance Ohio. In in arrogance which heartless'slave born of j :, Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH I

drivers of the South held him, II II I
he rashly has assumed that in the 7 AND SALT MEATS

look incubator for social of emancipation equality outside he could the Where Do You Buy Your SHOES ? FISH AND GAME

lecture platform and industrial free- .
.
dom other than the fredom to look -- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
for another job in somp other neigh- : HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"
borhood and in some other line of Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

endeavor. and pure.
Really, things are coming to a pret- Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are

ty pass here in the North. New known all over the country as one of the best makes, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
York city's population is
negro grow-
ing steadily and as fast as he is We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00> $is.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 everything in the Meat Line.

driven from one occupation the blackis We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00,$3.50. .
entering those fields which, either We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
because they are new or be- Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. The PARLOR MARKET

cause hitherto they have been occu- We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75,' $1.00
pied entirely by whites, have
not yet
been closed to him. From the house ': $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25. H. M. Self & Co.
building trades and the mechanical I': Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.
fields he is largely excluded. The : Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
chauffeur is a development of the I : 18.20 PINE] STREET
TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
past 10 years and it is only lately"I: .
that he has become a factor. Office I :
f Phone No. 80
work thus far is limited to office I boy I:
and messenger service, but if this ; I
W SLEMONS
thing keeps up he will develope into i'! M i

a book keeper, office manager of corporation i, |
director while his sister will :H'111"lllllllelllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllell t++t+tIIIIIIIIIGIII. I w4 4 NiWWVY4t30 G\ G W000tiv'".;,w wgwWWijW'
be seeking employment as a hello girl _
or stenographer. But the sense of),'111111111111111111111111111111111'1111111'111111111".II'IJ t.llilllll.IIIII,1 ; j LIGHT THE
justice so strongly characteristic of!
the white brother in this neck of the I! I 1 PATH TO PROSPERITY I

woods wins the will privilege soon see of that holding a a negro doyn': IF YOU WANT THE LATEST I i

any position which the white man does IS
IX 1 Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
not need
,
provided the negro; understands
that the white man is entitledto their way by choosing the wrong road to suc I

every available job in every line of THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J cess. You simply cannot fail.to attract new tI

work. HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. I It acts
The
South handles its problems i in
its own way and there the downtrodden DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO : I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I

black seems really contented MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY I trade within its reach: That is the reason

with the fact that no protest is ever ,' : J they command the attention of buyers.I f
made that he is invading the white REFUNDED.

man's fields. He keel! to his own,
but the Southern white has arranged i I For Every Store Owner I|

matter so that there is work for every B. Salomon OrlandoHimMttlMIMOMMtMiMMIMttMmtlMMMMMMHMIMitMIMMIMHgMM
negro who will work. The housebuild : No matter how small his business, the Elec-
ing trades, the mechanical fields, and ,
occupations _of many kinds are open ': I tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I

10 mm, while the fact that socially! advertising.Phone .
and otherwise he is kept apart has - J for our Sign Designer to call and sub-
developed a large and growing field i" ; I I'I'l e
of financial and commercial endeavorin 3iTRHSIflli i mit a sketch.

which the better minds and hands HAlFTWHlHEPUTfJ,,, I WE OFFER YOU I No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. I
find profitable employment. The negro PfiT 2[NGRAVUlGC I

banker, realestate operator, lawyer 'vjTovAiiw.0TAMPA. I'
NUn CUSS WMKftlUITMUII I a
THE MOST OF THE BEST i
physician, dentist JmVICI.1
and publisher are OR411DT MAIL ORDER : ,1c c
found in every Southern town, and a ----------.1 ,! i ORNDO WATER & LIGHT CO1
negro board of trade cm usually be I II For the Least
found I
doing its part in the promotionof n
J
community interests.But WELCOME TO '
then everybody knows that the I I t COOK WITH GASSubscribe

South North mistreats calls him it's"Mister"negros,and while sym-the 'i ROYAL PALM ,! Tender Juicy Meats 5fW ee"'neeee eeses eeeaeeeeeee ,

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pathies. I BARBER SHOP You can always depend on' getting the best al our

The toll bridge between this city I:'h Modern and Complete. market, and you will find there is a wonderful difference :. For The Sentinel.HlltttHtltHIMMMHillllMiiiMIMIMMHMMti.

and the beach is about to change in meats. /;
I :
hands. Local parties contemplate purchasing i Everything new, individual *"%4dM.i* V I
it. If they do, which is almost -, electric attachments at every i ,
a certainty, they will make extensive -I j chair. No atone has been left I coralTpyEj : r REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER
improvements to it, build a1 unturned to make this shop M
large hotel on the ocean front and! meet th erequirements of the I
with the fine pavillion that is being j) most particular. Plenty of I BOONE STREET ORLANDO J Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
FLA.
erected on the ocean front will put }i room. Courteous attendants. L 1-2 day 1.50
the little city right in line for ELIJAH
summer WHITEHEAD,
visitors as well as winter. There is Proprietor. PHONE 105 I jj Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

no finer beach on the Atlantic ocean Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. illllHMItlllMIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIIMIIHIIIIIIIIIRead 1-2 day 2.50 i
than Coronado Beach.-New Smyrna I ____.
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.MilMIMtlMBMIMMftT ... ,.' GENEVA-JOTTINGSRev. HMMMMMMMMIMMtl: : :: :tMMMMMMMIHIGH ::: ::::: : ::I:::: : :::::::::::::

A. L. Hope filled his appointment
Louis C. President. ,
Massey,
here Sunday morning, giving
.
I a very impressive talk on "Christian .
.
T. Heton Warlow. VkeJ>ra.X 8. Water How CuUtr
I Love." Bro. Hope always presents
Howard C. Babcock Au't Cuhlcr Samuel A.Newell Au'i Cukkr
the truth in a manner.which strikes

to the hearts of his hearers and leads

THE them on to a higher plane of Christian

experience.His .
sermon may be summed up in L
a few words as follows: "Be like -

Christ, unlike the world; study His
STATE BANK example of love, walk in His steps,

manifest His spirit to your fellowmen ,
WATER MARK
I for He says in His word: 'In as muchas i
ye have done it unto one of the

of OrlandoTHE least of these, my brethren, ye have I DEPOSITS
"
done it unto Me.
Children's exercises which I Dec. 24 1912 91,151,96
Day ----------------------------------

were conducted Sunday evening at the Jan. 21, 1913 ------_-________________________108,126.91
OLDEST BANK INpE CITYAND Methodist church, was a great success.
The church was beautifully decorated Feb 21, 1913: _____________________________1 .11,17 I. S:3

I with palms, bamboo and flowers of Mar. 21, 1913 -----_____--------------p 1 49,391.12; I
various kinds. Great credit is due
I to our superintendent, who so faith- r.,1,1913 -,---____________________1 5 5 5 0 :3.60
The Bank which transacts more business than
I fully performed his duty. May 21, 1913 _________________ -_____1 7 7 3 6 6 5I
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa The church was crowded quite a
June 21,1913
----------------- $261,099.43During
I number being present from Oviedo., .
Miss Clara Phillips is visiting Mrs.

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up I Robertson, of this place. the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I Mrs. David Speer has been on the their deposits to decrease. \Ve expect ours to decrease
sick list this week, but we are gladto
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- before another official statement to the Comptroller of the
hear that she is rapidly improving.
mate wants of customerS. The confidence of the publicis Mrs. Cameron and daughter, Bertha currency.

reuected in the large amount of deposits. : of Chuluota, spent several days Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. which makes this excellent showing possible.
Average deposits .First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Hill; of this place.

Miss Irene Peters is visiting friendsin

Osteen. i

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Miss Kate Flynt, who has been visiting

on the East Coast for several

weeks, has returned home.
Mrs. Robertson entertained a few
correspondent banks are located in every part of of the young ladies at her home Monday

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the in honor of Miss Clara Phillips,
of Sanford. Those present were: Misses
.
United States.MHMMtlMIMMIM. Ramona McClain, Marie Daniels,

Gallic Grant, Georgia and Blanche
HHMMIIMMiM Pattishall, Nellie Geiger, Jeanetta

IN HONOR. B. LAWTON OF )lIt ,AND JR. )IRS.J. THE WIFE DESERTER.The Sheldon Georgia, and Pattishall Emma Proctor.played Sheldon several The Peoples National Bank"It I

pieces on the piano, Jeanetta
American civilization and: I
the violin.
on
I playing the accompaniment
Last evening at their attractive laws have not quite eliminated the Also Miss Clara Philips and is a pleasure to serve you."

home on East Robinson avenue, Mr. wife deserter. We have laws in this Blanche Pattishall performed on 'the
and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, were "at State which exact many requirementsof
friends who men when they enter the marriage piano.
home" to their many Delicious refreshments were served rtV.V.'iV.Vi''iVi'.V
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thronged to welcome the pretty bride I' contract, and severe laws have been and at six o'clock all left for their .

of Mr. J. B. lAwton, Jr., and to give enacted to discourage any man who homes, reporting a very enjoyable >MMmillttMIHmtMMiMIMMMIMMIIIIIIIMIMIiitH8ltlMIMMMTOWILL'S
takes the thought in mind of deserting
the groom the most hearty congrat I
ulations. I his wife after marriage, bua with time.Miss Emma Proctor spent Saturdayand

The guests were greeted at 1 the I all laws bearing on matrimony there Sunday visiting friends in Chuluota.

door by Mr. and Mrs. Lawton, then I appear to be men who refuse to be reconciled .

passed into the drawing room to 1 the in their stranded marriage ;re- A league social was held at thehome

receiving line, Miss Rita Lawton, D lr.1 j lations. of Mrs. Robertson on Lake

and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., and l\les-1|I A dozen wife deserters were before Geneva Friday night. .

srs. Cestia and Lawrence Judge Lucein W. Doty, Saturday, to Mr. Wesson has gone to Jacksonville'
Mrs. Harry L. Beelan lead the visitors answer the charge of desertion and to meet his wife and son, who are

to the dining room, which, like the non-support. In some of the cases it coming from Pawpaw, Mich., to make
drawing room, was beautifully decorated could be seen that the husbands and Geneva their future home.
with quantities of pink roses]I wives were very badly) mated It appeared Ifessrs.Vhitcomb and Brookall, SUMMER IS HEREAnd

and ferns. Here a number of prettily I that they thought they fell in from Bloomin field, 111., are expected

gowned girls, Misses Agnes, Willie love and they were very certain that to arrive in Geneva this week,

and Jean Person, Hatabel Hyer, Claire I they were married in short order The M. M. Society will give an entertainment we are able to show' you the most
I without seriously
Robinson, Marie Wescott, and considering what; Tuesday night July Si,

Mr- LeCrard Bumby, served d ;in-J; they were about. at the town hall for the benefit of the UP-TO-DATE LTNE in READY-TO-

\y refreshments o f cream, cakes, Of course there were two sides I td churches

and bon-bons, harmonizing with the the suits in court. Wives had the fir,\tinning Mr. Ryals, of Jacksonville, is aguest

color scheme of pink and white.In in the trial game and they told I of the Geneva House. WEAR and PIECE GOODS ever shownin

a room artistically trimmed with of the outrageous treatment which Iessrs. Frank Sutton and GordonFlynt

large branches of Bougainvillea, Mrs. they received at the hands of their visited Sanford Tuesday. Orlando.We .
In the husbands stated .
delicious husbands. turn
Goodrich ladled punch. I II
1 that their wives would not contribute CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS I
any care and attention to household

TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB | duties, and there the matter ended.It Chuluota; June 23.-The days are

would be a good law which very warm, but the rights are certainly I just received a shipment of Italian Few pieces of Corduroy and Welt Pique
Century
The members of the Twentieth I Would compel truant wives and husbands
the guests of Miss cool and pleasant. White Neil left, Colors, Light Blue, Lavender and
Club were to devote more of their time We had quite ftn electric storm Sun Silk Ratine, colors Oyster ,
Hope Starbuck yesterday t ternoon and attention to general housekeeping

White, all on three tables at
at
and Champagne,
meeting, and the afternoon Rose
for their regular and set a little punishment overboth day.Several of our people are arranging;

reading was especially for the day enjoyable.The was from of them in case they quarrel. to tttil\ the big celebration at Sanford 65c per Yard 17, 24 and 28c per Yard

I (h the Fourth.
the first act of "Romeo and Juliet,
ART PEARLS FROM FISH. Our cattlemen have a crew buildingthem
after which many interesting current the I
hence, maybe
Mrs. T. W. a dip pen;
events were given. As the real pearl comes from the oyster tick fever will soon be done away with.

Mathews having charge of the latter so to a large extent is the manufacture W. S. Thornburg, of Orlando, ishome 27-inch Satin Finish Charmeuse, Dot col. 27-inch Crepe Ratine, just the latest for
department. of art pearls dependent on a for a few days' visit with his;

Delicious peach lee cream, fruit ] pertain[ species of fish. The complete, fa mil)'. ors, Light Blue, White and Yellow, at Summer Dresses at27c
served to
cookies and macaroons were processes of manufacture are, of T. S. Shepherd made a special business
'
the guests, who were seated the Starbuck on the course, trade secrets, but it is interesting trip to Titusville last week. 53c per Yard per Yard I ILine
pretty East terrace of to know that it is from the brilliant Henry Fateh is furnishing us withsome
!home. Those in attendance were Misot scales of the albet, or blay that choice pork and beef.Mr.

- Eunice Ives, Antoinette Sleraons produced with H. Tucker and son,
essence d'Orient is as and Mrs. J. I
u'! d Mesdames S. It Hudson, Lucretia made. Charles Phillips, ofOrlando
essence imitation pearls are Wtter, and Mrs. i
.!,<.nson! MiltOUD eI,'T W. Mathews, The blay is a small fish with a green were the guests of DJ. and j
M l. C. '"';;'prstt get, EUoa H. Gore, S. full of BJTHISC I b SUITS I at Popular Prices
.I\a ick and a white belly, and the essence Mrs. Nixon Monday
ices Whit-
,\ R< I. v Dow, S. E : andfamily I
is obtained exclusively from itswhite I Mr. and Mrs 0. S. Massengill i
and W.. H.
.!' "n, nch, Bogus .
scales which are covered with I have moved :o the Bond place.Rev.
L ,"f a pigment of metallic appearance W. M. Martin, of Pamona, filled I
I ( )
-- They are fast treated with ammoniathen ,j| his regular appointment in the Baptist : ,

rMER'l UN hi ..' : with fish glue, a powder be' church Saturday and Sunday. I

,. :.11 ,..i obtained and then a paste :, J. Tilden and W. M. Jacobs spent P.
\ ', H 12 ,' < .':i.I'\'h .i 111\:1: can be easily spread on glass. !I I several days this week at Ft. Taylor N. YOWELLy

I I-: ': > Laud i : I't..."....! in the early stages of pearl manu !!I I with the former's grand parents. Mr.

,.11\ '.< di ;< mare, about 1656, this essence : and Mrs. G. W. Simmons. While there I ,
l l1 '(Jrient was applied to little balls uf l lt i iW. M. Jacobs purchased some fine tt
I
p-.j, \ : '_.- :, out the temperature and the beef cattle, which were driven back The Big White StoretiliiillllMMHMIMItMlit
I
id. ....np heat of the human body modi- and will be used for market and home ., ,t

T -,'nt v '. -oe= Fr. .'<' > the adhesive qualities of the I!! COn oianttistsraebzrcelaof.thaleMlCtoIrs..

,.r ; clh ....:-1, 1M l ;.j"( r aid I caused changes of ul 1 \ ---- -{
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I.,v !jI'Jd'; t. "I.t DouR : _.:: ......verIngsmall I Miss Annie, of Mulberry, are theguests I TTY"T THE FAVORITE TODAY Five tarpon in a single day is the : FOR SALE

\far .. 't..aNll; ; .. 11; XYl' GrvtoS glass bails with this esenee,, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank story; catch recorded by W. D. Budd of St. -

I l n 1 i;\\.1,sit I I n lea'- *lu -i ;<:\' p'oducirs! the first artificial ,; for several days. l "SeigrioAmbrosioa masterpiece Petersburg, while engaged in his favorite Practically new Banter A.,

;:: ., t hid de '1 '; : :' : several parties from Lockwood andGeneva I in three parts. sport on Friday. His largest I! bile, equipped with Presto ligh'
1 i .:... ... & in Germany attended church here Sun- hundred and thirty
,I ;\\1 I; hte1iTi. : :: t I Synopsis-Siegfried is in with' fish weighed one curtains, windshield, petii
Liar fishing is actively pursued day. whose pounds and was six feet two inches clock
iCremulde I Gunthers, sister, bumper, spare wheel with c
of New About 4,000 are required to produce hand he obtains on a condition that'I in length. More than two score of tire, tube and complete set too j L .
., t Sui awakened! ne company to it: t'.:1- tl p.K'i il of scales;, which in turn gives Late Saturday> Afternoon a portion I he delivers Breinlde from the fire in length. More than two score of aceeIIOl eI.
Smy ua.s of essence. AcCording 1,500 fit of the new brick i have been caught in the
of a pound of about her i iI silver kings
quarter
a confined
by
f
j
is begining to be in the i wherein she has been Also has auto trunk with two f..,"
hat town to Consul General F. H. Mason road extending from South Jackson- waters there within the past few
the East Coast citiesa I Divinity. I cases for touring. Reason for ...
with
front rank Paris, the price of blay scales vile city limits towards Jacksonville days by local' vifttttg lisKermeh. ,
it 2toeand7to10p.ra. big have no further
so I for
and enterprise Open use car
to projrrea pound and thrown totraffic I .
ranges from $1.75 to $2.10 a was completed open all. I -.. -
._ ...,.:lv ,t1 ransrements to give Ion:: This affords pleasure to many Admission five cents to I Address, P. 0. Box 87, City
I that dividends are i
mCri'lt"jN1 The sins pay no
,. The
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e r' de ,It: "tee HiCk 1 o'.aer p- .L*, \\:0: t-a;: \Bled :.; the ve.h; try auto last the Sentinel j i-,i that shocks th,: world. L-page-6-23-tf l
;:'nn bav: long ... ::ribe for
f reel UL dissatisfied with cur 0'-:1. ..!.. lay,