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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 27, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Prog ressive Center of the State

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 27TH, 1913. NUMBER 118.

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Of SOUTH nORmA COMPRESSED[ [ AIR I CROPS DESTROYED TO BE PROTECTEDUNITED MET LAST NIGHT ISSUE[ PROPOSm'

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WINTER RESIDENT INDUCE HIM TO PUT TUBE OF ]BY SEVERE TORNADO AND HAILSTORM 1 STATES GOVERNMENTTO SEVERAL IMPORTANT MATTERS AMERICANS SHOW MORE VARIED
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AND LARGE PROPERTY HOLDER j MACHINE INTO HIS MOUTH iI j WHICH SWEPT OVER STOP TORPEDO COMPANY DISPOSED OF-SPECIAL ELECTION IDEAS ON QUESTION THAN

PLEASED AT PROGRESSIVE j I AND TURN ON TilE AIR-HIS j I Ii PARTS OF MINNESOTA AND i FROM DEMONSTRATING TO FOR MUNCIPAL GOVERNMENT UPON ANY OTHER NQW BE-

SPIRIT OF ORLANDO j i STOMACH IS RUPTURED I Ii EBItSK.YESTEnDA Y !'' BRITISH GOVERNMENT i jNew IS ORDERED j FORE CONGRESS

Rangeley, Maine, June 23, 1913.i i>j i Camden, N. J., June 26.-Victim of I Ii Special to the Sentinel I 1 York, June 26.-Protection of: Council met in adjourned session Washington; June 26.-Officials engaged -
Editor Daily Sentinel: 'i a most atrocious act, Joseph DeVine, I II I Minneapolis, Minn., June 26.-Many naval secrets is the object of proceedings 1 last night with every member piec-'j' ; in the preparation of the new

I have been greatly pleased, as wellas an eighteen year old employee of the were killed and injured and $500,000 begun by the Federal government ent. i' currency reform bill are convinced

interested, in reading in your is- ;t Victor Talking Machine plant here,! damages done by the tornado and hail for an injunction to restrain the E. B.I The first measure that came up was that Americans have more varied ideas
sues of the spirit of progressivenessthat died last night in an ambulance that | storm which swept over the southern'1 i Bliss Company from demonstrating to I Mr. Ia ruder's electric light fran- 'I upon the money question than upon

seems to have invaded Orlando, was taking him to the Coper Hospital. j section of the state late this afternoon, 1 1 the British government the process of ; chise. City Attorney Leroy B. Giles any other before Congress. Floodsof
all of a sudden, so to speak. Two boys, one seventeen and the other j according to the reports from the i making and using the Bliss-Leavitt I read a form of franchise, which is'practically ;I letters have come to the House
Orlando demands broad-minded action -! sixteen, now under arrest, have admit- !] stricken district. Telephone and tele- i 'torpedo. Jude Veeder, of the United ] the same as that grantedthe and Senate currency committees andto

on the part of those in authority. ted to the police that without realizing -j graph wires are down. Four counties States District Court, in Brooklyn,|; t present light company, except that i executive departments since the

Nature has been very broadmindedin what would be the consequences ]. where the storm was heaviest have not ;yesterday reserved decision on the : i it provided for free lights for park. general scope of the bill became

her allotment of land, location, climate of their act tiey persuaded De Fine to been heard from for several hours. I t';, 'question of granting the injunction,j I' and water to Orlando and her cli- put the brass tube of a compressedair One telephone call before the wires I'! as requested by Assistant United for a term of thirty years. ways to aid the nation's stock of monu

matic conditions and healthful situa- machine into his mouth and then went down from Kasota, a town of I 1: States Attorney General Malcolm A.I A resolution was presented the
tion cause her to almost demand broad turned on the air full .and violently seven hundred people, Lesure county, i I Coles. Council condemning the brick building ]lie to get hold of it.
treatment from Those who control the I'into the lad's body, rupturing his I said that several buildings had been l "This torpedo is the principal wea- of Jos. L. Guernsey; at the corner } A representative of the "People's

government of this little paradise of stomach and the intestines. The boysare I demolished and there were at least ten pon of our navy," said the Assistant I of Orange avenue and Church street, Power League" recently proposed toa
South Florida. Eugene Byscher and Walter Simon I persons killed. A large grain elevator I 1 1 I Attorney General. "The right arm of which was referred to the committee. senator that the treasury should is-

Orlando does not want a waiting of No. 2923 High street, Camden. was blown down, pinning several men the nation's defense calls upon this Judge Warlow addressed the Coun- ;sue money directly to citizens upon
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policy but proncpt action in all matters Young De Fine lived with his parentsat I under the wreckage. The storm is I'I court to protect its right. The Navy cil on the matter of election on the
that tend to its future welfare. No. 704 Christian street, Philadel believed to have spent its greatest ', Department recently received notice new City Charter, and presented a'' might own. Another pro-
The people as a whole know what is phia. I I J force in Lesure, Nicollette, Blue-earth that the Bliss Company intends to disclose -t certified copy of the law passed by i! position was that building and loan

* required for Orlando and no small It was during 'the noon hour at the'; and Scott counties, according to a re- ;1!I the complete construction and the last legislature, showing the necessity I ;associations should be taken in under

body of'men in authority-if they are plant that De Fine was tortured. : port which reached the offices of Chicago operation of the Bliss-Leavitt torpedo of calling the election within 1, the new currency plan and have the

not in favor'of up-to-date methods- Three new compressed air machineshad I: & St. Paul Railroad. At least a i j: to British interests. If this is done sixty days. On motion the city attorney new currency plan and have the same

should be allowed to overrule the been placed in the plant in the I.I dozen towns were swept by the fury'!I any country can obtain these torpedoes was instructed to draw resolu- :' right as national and State banks, to

clamorousdemands of Orlando to expand morning and the boys, in the idle noon I I of the cyclone. Great damage was ( in open market, an act which tion and notice of election at earliest secure the proposed new currency.
in all directions in the way of hour, spent some time seeing how the I! done to crops by the hail. The high would work irreparable injury to the possible date. I I Many suggestions have been made

improvement that will keep it in the machines worked. There was none to I I!I winds and hail cut down many fields ,(I United States." II III I The Park Committee then made a for the establishment of some sort*of

front rank which other competing witness what really occurred when j I like a mower and it is here that the i 1: Counsel for the Bliss Company contended report, substantially the same as that farm land values upon which the government -
places are trying so hard to wrest De Fine 'received his injuries. The I I, storm will inflict the greatest burdenon i that the only public right the ; presented by Mr. C. P. Dow, to lease''I could advance money. One

from it Old men for advice, but other lads came running into the office 'I the farmers. United States government had in the!J I the grounds to a corporation for ten :I J: scheme offered calls for a direct issue

young men for action must be kept saying that De Fine was sick. I torpedo was its share in the invention I I years, except that the report of the :,: of currency, under proper safeguards,
before those who .have: the best interest The men who went to investigate ound STRIKES NEBRASKA of the balanced turbine, a feature already -:I'committee gave the majority of the I'I upon farm land values. Loans by the
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of Orlando at heart Conserva- him unconscious and gasping, his face! known to all the naval world. i t Board Managers to the City Coun-I'I government to farmers at 4 per cent,

tism is :good but too much of it exer- empurpled. [I I|i Special to The Sentinel : "We gave the government an opportunity -i i cil, which Mr. Dow objected to, saying,;, upon their land, was proposed by another -
cised in a young growing city such as The superficial examination made,I 1 I Lincoln, Neb., June 26.-A tornado I to purchase the universal rights !: that his proposition gave equal pow- ( man, who suggested the govern-
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we have.in Orlando will not win out in by an ambulance physician indicated accompanied,I by a terriffic hail and to the torpedo," he said, "and it did ers to the city and the Civic organiza- !'! ment should get the necesary money
these times of progress and advancement that the boy was suffering from heart rain storm swept over Central Ne- not take it" tions of the city, reserving to the sub- for that by issuing bonds.
disease in conjunction with a fit. Iti braska before daylight today damag- I scribers the power of selecting one'i I;, Several currency "experts" have
I say Jet the good work go on. Light is believed that the frightened torturers -I I|I ing crops and tearing its way through! A BAR TO HIS MARRIAGE man, who will be a sort of a mod- recommended that the governmentmake

the streets in all localities where trav- lost considerable time before \'I'the! little village of Kenosaw, a hun- I I erator in case of dispute on any ques- a straight-out issue of "flatmoney"
el is at all active; place neat sign- calling for aid in efforts they them- : dred miles west of here, where several Special to The Sentinel. tion. secured by the general creditof
boards on all streets to guide the selves made to revive their victim, but :'farm: buildings were demolished, but ]; Oakland, Cal., June 26.-A slight I After some discussion, the chair the government
stranger on his walk; keep the city in any event De Fine's injuries were i 1 I no lives were lost. The hail pounded ,I'strain of negro blood in his veins}continued I instructions to negotiate r

strictly clean in all localities; pay especial so terrible that he could not have re- 1 I crops into the ground in many places. which, preventing him from marrying!, further with Mr. Dow and endeavor to (I N. Y. Y. C. ANNUAL REG ETTA
attention to good roads being covered. He was dead before the ambulance :(! a white nurse of San Francisco, caus-J I get together on a proposition. j I -
maintained in all directions; use every had gone three blocks on the I I!! NO COMPLICATIONS FEARED ed Roscoe C. Gallbraith to commit j',,I Mr. Gwynne then made a motion to Special to the Sentinel.

effort to.securer. good trolley system way to the hospital. i I suicide. Gallbraith returned from his|I'I allow Mr. Holland $100 per month for New York, June 26-Shortly afternoon
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Special to the Sentinel.Washington I place of business wrote two notes then his services as chairman of the Sewer I I
and with the sewerage plant now well today a large fleet of yacths were
under way, you can easily claim for GRAND JURY TO HEAR EVIDENCE | June 26.-It is an- I fired a bullet into his abdomen. He I[: Committee, stating that Mr. Hol- sent away over the New York Yacht
our little city, the name of "The Queen! : nounced today that the reply of the died a few minutes later on the operating -I'I land was neglecting his own businessand Clubs' course off Glen Cove, L. I., for
City. of South Florida." ( United States to Japan will be put :I table at the Emergency Hos I giving practically all of his timeto the first event of the club's sixty-

One matter of importance I omittedto [ Red Wing, Minn., June 26.The Jin I texual form tomorrow, after discussion -I pital. According to friends, Gall- the city and was performing a good sixth annual regretta. Many interesting
mention Goodhue grand jury I by the cabinet and will prob- braith's mother was an octaroon, his service.Mr. will be
was to provide plenty of county today con- races run off during the
vened to consider the made ably be handed to the Japanese Ambassador father a white man.TENNESSEE Sims questioned the right of the afternoon
seats or benches around the lakes for charge to and all classes from A. to P..
the weary or .heavy-laden, who may it by Judge Albert Johnson instruct-I Chinda, tomorrow afternoon city to hire Mr. Holland and inquiredas as well as the club's fifties and thirties
come among us for rest and health.Mary ing the jurors to return indictments before the departure of President Wilson HAS FUNDS to the duties of the Sewer Com-1 I'I and the Sound schooners are enteredin :
I for Cornish with his
truly yours, against railroad officials for violatingthe family. mittee. ', special events.
FRED B. DALE. two-cent: fare law, which the su- From the very highest sources today Special to The Sentinel I Chairman Smith said he thought' The New York Yacht Club's regret-
it learned that the Government I New York, June 26.-Any fears that
preme court recently held valid. Be-I Mr. Holland's services well worth $400a ; ta committee for this year includesMr.
no longer fears be entertained that the State of (
ATTACKS ON FEDERALS cause of the supreme court's recent complications with may month to the city as he might be H. de B. Parsons, chairman; Mr.
I Japan as a matter of fact that administration I Tennessee would default on ten million !I
holding, it was generally believed ear- the means of saving the city a great J. M. Macdonough and Mr. C. Sher-
I regards the recent troublesare 1 dollars of its State debt due July I I
Douglas, Ariz., June 26.-By takingof ly today that Judge Johnson will drop deal of annoyance and expense from man Hoyt Many owners belonging
the town if Ortiz yesterday, the the fight for indictments as the railroads settled. I first, was set at rest today by the an- defective work in the sewer and he I I Ito the club have entered their boatsin

Sonora troops secured four armored 1 now must establish the two-cent nouncement of the Tennessee State regarded it as important that the sew- :: the various regrettas and long dis-
LOVETT TO BE WITNESS Funding Board that a strong banking 1
trains, in which General Ojeda's Fed- rate. i er be made right in the first in- tance runs, which make the yachting
syndicate had purchased bonds suf- ''
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eral column originally advanced northof I stance. season a busy one in New York wat-
Guaymas, together with large quan- SUFFRAGETTES PLAN DEMONSTRATION Washington, June 26-Judge Bob- ficient to provide the necessary funds. I J. B. Walker said that he appreciated -|I ers. The club is also arranging some
ert S. Lovett, chairman of the boardof Temporary loan funding bonds are ''
tities of food and medical supplies. Mr. Holland's services, but that he special events to take place later in
the Union Pacific railroad, will tes- dated July 1, 1913, payable July 1, that
This information was contained in a MNW supposed it was the duty of the the sesaon.
', tify before the Senate lobby committee 1914, with interest at the rate of five II
look after the
telegram from Governor Pesquira, received Washington, June 26.-Leaders of I engineer to sewer as
at 8 o'clock cent. The will offer the
last night by the local constitutionalists' the National Woman Suffrage Association tonight regarding per syndicate that is what they pay him for, and I MONGAN'S ESTATE
alleged efforts of "lobbyists" to secure bonds on the 5% per cent basis short- that
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committee. have completed arrangements none an engineer was qualified I -
The message said, also, that the for another demonstration at the cap- employment from him to influence ly. to have charge of sewer work. j New York, June 26.The whole: of
Federals still were hemmed in by Gen- itol Monday, when petitions will be official action at Washington, on Mr. Holland then stated that he was :i the J. P. Morgan estate has a value
eral Obregon's insurgents. presented to the Senate urging it to the Union Pacific merger dissolution. SPANISH WAR VETERANS MEET not looking for a job and had rather I';'of' about $100,000,000, according to an

pass immediately_ proposed amendment look after his own business and that '''unofficial report here, credited to
RAILROAD MEN JN STILL SESSION to the Constitution giving wo- BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I Springfield, Ill., June 26.-Two although he had spent a great deal of I'I II' Thomas E. Rush, counsel to State
men the vote. Mrs. Robert M. LaFol- LEAGUES t thousand United States Spanish War time and burnt a lot of gasoline in Comptroller Sohmer, who has been in
lette, wife of the Senator from Wis- Veterans of Illinois, gathered here today going from place to place in his car, I Europe the past month examining the
Special to The Sentinel for the annual three
consin, will be one of the chief figuresin day encampment the city was welcome to it That, if books of the Morgan houses in Lon-
Washington June 26. Work the
on National
Lincoln is made the head-
revision of the rituals and the Consti- : the descent on the capitol. Camp the city felt like paying something I don and Paris 'to determine the valueof
Phildelphia 2; Brooklyn, 5, first Ceremonies
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I I quarters. were performed toward the upkeep of his car, he was the late financier's holdings. The
tution has piled up to such an extent : game. Philadelphia, 2; Brooklyn, 5, at the base of the Lincoln monument I 1,
that delegates to the convention of COLORS FOR BATTLESHIP second I willing to accept it, but was not asking European assets he found to approximate
game. I and Lincoln's home was the chiefj 1!I
I it $15,000,000.
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- New York, 5; Boston, 4, first game. j mecca for sightseers.
Messrs. Walker and Sims stated:,: If the $100,000,000 estimate for the
men and Enjrinemen have discoveredthat Washington, June 26Capt. Wil-. Ne wYork, 11; Boston, 3, second game. i i ______ ___ !
I that they would like to hear from Engineer j t whole estate is correct, it is said this
they cannot postiUy get through liam S. Benson, commander of the j I Cincinnati, 5; Chicago, 3. II PRESIDENT TAKES VACATION -
before late next week. In addition to battleship Utah, now at New York:,I II' St Louis, 5; Pittsburg, 4. I I: Ramsey on the subject as they j, will be the biggest estate to pay an
has made for did not understand that he was asking :'j i inheritance tax in America. New York
the revision work, the delegates are arrangements the ac- American Special to the SentinelWashington j I I
busily engaged in canvassing the ceptance on behalf of the vessel todayof (, Washington, 2; Philadelphia, 11; I June 26.-President!| for any help. State will be enriched nearly $4,000-
claims of the various cities that are a stand of colors of the State of first game. Washington, 3; Philadel- II Wilson and his entire family will leave i' Mr. Ramsey said that he presumed 1 i' 000, it is estimated, by a tax of 4 per

candidates for the next convention. I Utah. The donors had planned originally 'phia, 10, second game. Washington for Cornish, N. H., tomorrow that he was responsible to the city'for ;; cent on a greater part of the estate.

Toronto and Indianapolis are two of: to present the colors at thesame Chicago, 7; Cleveland, 5. afternoon. The President the work and that if he was, there i situation. Likewise the same of Mr.

the latest entries in the list time that the silver service was Detroit, 5; St. Louis, 7, fourteen in- plans to remain in New Hampshire must be no conflict of authority. That I I Holland, who has been very energetic,
presented, but they were not thenI I he was willing to the :
nings. { until Sunday, July sixth. accept responsibility both on the Sewer and Street Committee -
CYCLIST CHARGED WITH MURDER I completed. Boston-New York, two games, wetgrounds. I I! and had inspectors on the job and no one will feel agrieved
I I WEATHER DEPORT and that if his instructions were not I jif l I a decent allowance is made for the-
ILLINOIS MAYORS FOR REFORMS I SouthernI intefered with he felt certain that the' upkeep of the
car owned by Mr. Hoi-
Boston, Mass., June 26.-The first :( I I Memphis, 13; Atlanta, 3. Local showers Friday and probably city would have a good sewer, as he j! Inad that the city has had the use of.

trial for murder, charged against a Rockford, 111., June 26.-The annual 1 Mobile, 3; Nashvile, 1. Saturday.J. gave personal attention to all work I.It was apparent that Mr. Holland
motorcyclist at Maiden, today the accused meeting of the Illinois Mayors' Asso- '! Chattanooga, 1; New Orleans, 0. and any defects he discovered, he re- knew that the city could not legally

being Robert N. Linwood, whois ciation here today is the largest in the Birmingham, 4; Montgomery, 2. D. Goss, a well known resident of quired cured immediately. It was j I pay him for his services and the girt:
charged with the death of JamesW. history of the association. The newlaw South Atlantic Pensacola, died Sunday after an illness plain from Mr. Ramsey's talk, that if i F Fit of.his remarks were against the prop-

Woolworth, aged 62, on June 3. granting suffrage to women,! Charleston, 4; Albany, 0. covering a period of almost a was an engineering proposition that j osition. Mr. Gwynne did not press the-
Linwood will plead not guilt He which goes into effect next Tuesday,) Savannah, 9; Columbus, 3. year. He had been a resident of the he was able to cope with the situation. j matter when the legal phase came up.
was also injured in trying to prevent ,, will be the subject of much discussion i,' Jacksonville, 3; Macon, 2. I Deep Water City for twenty-four Consequently, no second was had to : Mr. Jackson, chairman of the Street

the accident since Illinois women promise to figure'largely Carolinas years and served as both city and Mr. Gwynne's motion. Committee, recommended the approval i

'i in municipal campaigns Charlotte, 5; Raleigh, 3. county registration officer, being the The Council and the people believe of J. F. Schumann's plat of Schu.

Have your cards engraved at Curtis- fall. Many other heads of city de- Greensboro, 3; Winston-Salem. 6. first to hold this position when created ,that Mr. Ramsey is a thoroughly com- mann's Heights, which was accepted.
& O'Neal's next Poetof lce.4't partments will propose reforms. Asheville, 3; Durham, 1. by that city. petent man and will take care of the Council 'then adjourned.THE .

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The summer training school for ;

week.teachers Many opened are in in attendance.Tallahassee last' Gifts to PleaseMay : } Bargains! Bargains!! |

Hiilsborough County is going to putdown I II
sixty-five miles of vetrified brick I
paving at a cost of one million dol- Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
lars. be safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every-
The frame work for the east arch body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
of the Lafayette bridge, now where everything Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
under construction in Tampa will be, Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
finished by July 1. is guaranteed. I Gingham, from 98c up. .
Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors
The truck growers in the section II from 25c up.Ladies' .
around Bartow are still making shipments I Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
of eggplants and peppers, the styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
tomato season being over. Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Allen & Co. Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.Ladies' .
The bond election for hard-surfaced and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
.roads held in Brooksville a few days Hats from 25c up.
Ago carried about three to one in favor iMen's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
of bonding the county for $100- Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
000. JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from 2.00 up.
Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.Boys' .
The Lake Butler special summer I Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles ,.
and colors, from
school and normal is now in session. 50c up.
About seventy-five are on the roll Orlando Florida : Boys'Pants from 25c up.
and the number will soon be increasedto Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 48c up.
one hundred. f, Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. t
Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi-
News comes from Cortez that for I tion we gn e away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
trades with
the past few months the fishing in- us. -
We want trade and that will
your we assure you we
dustry there has not been nearly so
give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar- _
large as usual, and several fishermen I Our Repair Department at
j antee satisfaction or refunded. Come and!i
: your money
other )
have sold out and gone to parts.
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. '
-- 1 your service always. I If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow shoe
The Wilson Hardware Company in I II

Brooksville store which has joins moved the Polk into County their new National I | H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando

Bank. This store is one of the I I
handsomest in Brooksville; everything I I -
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modern and uptodate.The .

Tampa Tribune says: "T. H. Everything in Drugs !
Hill, one of Tampa's well known

young commission men, is making a IZ Z ZiZ Z Z Z ZZZIZZZZ ZZ ZZ iI LISTEN !
record for catching tarpon in the low- iI TIlE[ OAKlAND
er bay. Hr. Hill landed fifteen silver WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST \

kings last week. 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
Work on the new railroad from Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
Tampa to St. Petersburg and other
We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
West Coast is rushed,
points being WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 : : pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
and before very long trains will be ;
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running on regular schedule. to the cerne.GET
Pinellas metropolis. A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST. ABOUT

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FEW AMERICANS SPEAK SPAN- Professor Marion,of the United States ..f I I.

ISII : naval academy, who attended the

i I school last year, speaks enthusiasti- Gowns 98c.FULL : For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
Several well-paid teaching positionsin cally of the opportunities offered in Crepe .
Latin-America open to Americanswill this course to obtain first-hand knowledge ,

probably be filled by men from of the language, literature, cus-

other countries because of a lack of toms of Spain.EGYPTIAN .
trained men in the United States witha : LINE MUSLIN UNDERW will sell Lime at 90c
I
speaking knowledge of Spanish, according -
COTTON GROWERS.The .
E A R, EMBROIDERIES
to Mr. L. A. Kalbach, chief per barrel delivered,

clerk of the bureau of education. On, efforts of the U. S. Depart- LACES, HOSIERY NOTIONS

several occasions lately, Mr. Kalbach' ment of Agriculture to introduce the STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES five barrel lots.
points out, the bureau of education, cultivation of Egyptian cotton in the I -
at the of the state department,I
request Southwest on a commercial scale have ETC.
i
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has scoured the country in search of been so effective that the industry in I j

educators for responsible positions in the Salt River Valley, Arizona, is Florida Metal Co. I
LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS
Latin-American countries, only to find threatened by too much enthusiasm i I
generall that those who might qualify
,
aupeflb etaoni shrdlur etaoindluuuon i 1
McNEIL-DAVIS
in other particulars cannot speak the BUILDING
the part of the prospective grow-
language.The ers. The department sends out a McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Phone 41. I
American minister to Panama
warning that if too large an acreageis
I I
recently asked the United States
gov- the it will
planted present season STORE
ernment to recommend candidates for I .
be to
impossible secure an adequate ----- -- -
positions as professor of industrialarts supply of properly trained labor to 11111 11111 11111 II''" 11111 11111 11111 I'III Jill II'"IIII
professor of agriculture,and pro- If I 124 South Orange Avenue
pick the crop next autumn. pick-
fessor of veterinary medicine, in Pan- ers cannot be secured the crop will go i I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE I

inducements ama. Salaries were up offered.to $2,400 The and bureauof otter to waste in the fields, or if the price I I [ELECTRIC VACIIUMCLEANERHave L t

education communicated with vari- for labor is forced up by competition I i iI
for pickers the profits of cotton culture -i -- --- -- -I II
ous institutions and organizations that I I
will diminish, perhaps to the I I tian cotton industry and of the people !!
usually have lists of available candi- ,
vanishing point. This is a matter to I who produce the crop in the Salt ,
dates but in this the
case responsewas .
which the secretary calls the earnest I River Valley will be much more cer-
because of the language II
meagre attention of the people of the Salt i tain if the expansion of acreage goeson
requirement. "None of our industrialarts house
River Valley. It is foolish to rush into I slowly. It is doubtful if an aggregate your room or
"
speaks Spanish, wrotean
experts
Egyptian cotton culture on a scale so i of more than two or three thousand \
officer of one of the best known I f) troubleof
cleaned without dust
teacher-training institutions. Others large that it will be impossible to get i j i acres should be planted thi! or

the crop properly cared for duringthe coming season.It .
declared that while they knew of men I I
growing season or to have it care- is highly important that the asso- i moving furniture .
who would the
meet requirements,
so
fully picked when ripe. If the cotton i ciated cotton growers make an earnest
far as professional attainments and
growers of the Salt River Valley will effort to restrict the acreage this yearso
teaching experience were concerned,I,expand their acreage gradually thereis I as to avoid a labor panic when the tfh t
they knew of who had the added Experienced
none I The Pierce Electric Co. send an
no reason why a large supply of I picking season arrives. More than I
requirement of Spanish. Indian labor cannot be developed lo- this, the prospective growers, as wellas THE SUMMER GIRL I
Spanish is, of course, taught in cally. Experience has shown that others interested in the develop- man.

many American institutions of learn- Indians can be taught to pick this ment of the Salt River Valley, should I She delights in eating superbly exquisite -

ing, but, the bureau officials point out, cotton so that it may secure the high- make every effort to provide an chocolates and bonbons as.
comparatively few students aail them. est market price. At the expected adequate supply of cotton pickers, and much as the winter girl-so don't for SEE THEM FOR TERMS ,

selves of the opportunity to learn it. yield of 1,500 to 2,000 pounds of seed this campaign should be started im,get to send your Lady Love a box of:
Sometimes students feel that high 1 our delicious confections as regularly
a cotton per -acre, it would require a mediately.The ,
school or college course in Spanishwill season of 80 to 90 days for one good as you did in the cool months. i

not furnish the necessary conversational picker to harvest the crop of two Pensacola News says: "Al-: Here we have everything in Sweets

knowledge. This difficulty has acres. The acreage planted should be I though nearly six million feet of lumber -''that will delight the most experienced
lang been recognized in all modern proportioned to the number of pickers and timber moved outward with and critical of feminine palates.BUTT'S The PIERCEELECIRIC[ L C0"lnc.

language instruction, and particularly, : which may be depended upon. The I the week ending with Saturday, the .

practical control of the language is number of Indians available as pickersis period was not quite so busy as might Kandy Kitchen I II I

now insisted upon.Furthermore very large, but it may take several I be inferred by a glance at total shipment JHUECPI STREETIIMilMltltMIIMilllMllllimilllllM

opportunities for prac- years to train,them to become expertin figures. The port's lumber business -. The Elks Club in Palatka tendereda
I I
tice in speaking Spanish are con- the work so they can be dependedupon I during the past week was confined big reception to their friends Friday -

stantly increasing. Better transpor to pick,a large acreage. This I to the shipment of a number of evening. Excellent musical num- -
tation facilities are making the United increasing supply! of Indian labor, together enormously large cargoes and that bers were given by the Palatka Military 1 I AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
.States and Latin-American nations with the Mexican and other fact is responsible for the 5,711,000 I Baird, and an elaborate refresh- H. A. Royston Those wishing to make trips for

more and more accessible to each white labor, will permit a larger crop superficial feet of lumber and timber i ment course was served during the:House Painting and Calcimining business or pleasure, should see m.

lOther. For those who wish to go to to be planted each year. which moved out during the week.'evening. This lodge is said to be in' I have had of experience and for prices. Prompt service guaran

Europe, there is the Spanish govern- To plunge into Egyptian cotton, to The total timber shipment for the:,a flourishing condition and its mem-; guarantee years work. teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.
my
ment's"holiday course.for foreigners," plant as much as five or six thousandacres week was 2,866,000 superficial feet,: bership is composed of many of Pa-i, Estimates cheerfully furnished. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf

the second session of which begins at this year, would be to invite while 2,845,001 superficial feet of lum-I latka's most representative citizens,. Drop me a card and I will call Money to loan on improved prop
the University of Madrid on June 25. disaster. The prosperity of the Egyp- ber moved outward." (business and professional men. I P. O. Box"381 erty. S. Y. WAY

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The Daily THE CURRENCY BILL

South Florida Sentinel
There has long been a feeling in this
MORNING-- AND WEEKLY country that a more elastic currencywas CLOTHING SALE H
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Entered at the poet office at Orlando needed. That a currency that was
bride as Second Class Mail Matter. open more or less to the whims of the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES money market was dangerous. The COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, LASTING THROUGH NEXT WEEK, WE WILL SELL ALL CLOTH- ;

first decided read and open attack on ING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HANDLE. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS, THE BEST MADE. ; ; ;

THE DAILY SENTINEL the currency question in the last half WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SERGES, WORSTEDS, WOOL CRASH AND MOHAIRS. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED. ; ; ;

Ole Year ....... ..............$5.00 century was inaugurated of sixteen W. J. Bryanin PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE $ ;
8bc Months ..... ........... 2.50 his campaign years ago. SIZES ARE BROKEN.
l&ree Months ................ 1.25 But it never was his good fortune to
get in a position to have those reforms -
MEN'S SUITS MEN'S
.; news carrier in Orlando 50 centa perpath. then offered, enatcted into law. TROUSERS

Daily and Sunday. But now one even greater than he, in $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for _____ --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ $4.50

It Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found executive ability is in power and is $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for _____ --------------- 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 4.00

M tale, and in Orlando Wright at Brothera.I Curtis & O'Neal'i Bookwore agitating the question so effectively $18.00 Suits for ______________ --------------- 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 3.50
that all honest bankers of the
Bappreciate prompt complaint if endorse his plans. country $15.00 Suits for _____________ --------------- 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 2.50
tlhery is not promptly made by our carriers.Advertising .
Woodrow Wilson is not onlyan We have a fine line of White Linen Duck and White Serge Trousers.
rates will be furnished on apUcation. -
able man, but an honestman.
lot of Knickerbockers included in this sale
| This is why he goesto New Boy's sizes seven to seventeen years.

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the halls and reads
Pot year by mail postage paid........1.00 legislative
all important messages. This is why SCRUGGS & DICKSON
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida.
Arcade Building his words do not fall on idle ears:
Office 107 Court Street
Phone 24 "We must have," as he says "a cur-
--- --- ---- rency, not rigid as now, but readily, iiMMiMMMMeMMeMttttttttttttlt
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor
elastically responsive to sound credit,'
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JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor the expanding and contracting credits;1- - -
of every day transactions, the normal A CONSISTENT POSITION COMMISSION GOVERNMENT IN I in power take care of political hench- The activity of the United States

FRIDAY, JUNE 27TH, 1913. ebb and flow of personal and corporate I PENSACOLA men by creating offices for their es- : legal department in the behalf of,Cincinnati -
Ollie James, of Kentucky, pecial benefit. Other
dealings. Our banking laws must mo- Senator I men are car- and Diggs and the Western
It takes something else besides talk bilize reserves; must not permit the who is an administration Senator anda Pensacola is now under Commission ried at salaries they can not earn and Fuel Company does not wear a spot
to make good roads. concentration anywhere in a few man of great capability is strongly :I I Government and all ready this new no where get it in a business estab- less white appearance. Ixxiking

o hands of the monetary resources of opposed to having a countervailingduty II'method of administering city affairs lishment. Commission government is through the gauze screen, may be

You can't always measure a good the country or their use for speculative put on fresh meats and cattle as is yielding fruit. designed to place responsible men in seen the father who occupies a confidential .
time what it costs. he sussinctly and epigramatically expresses -i responsible places and it has universally cabinet
by
purposes in such volume as to 1 The Commission found a number of position, using hifc> influence -
o it, because some countries levy proven the case that the new for the derelict in California.
hinder or impede or stand in the way i| men on the pay rolls whose usefulness son -
When fiction gets busy facts be- of other more legitimate, more fruit- a tax on the imports of the American i I was very doubtful, and they found in order of things developes the petty ex- I IIt 1 1o
come ashamed of themselve ful uses. And the control of the sys- beef trust, why should we, in retali- ; several instances two officials per- travagances of the old plan in which

-o tem of bankinfi and of issue whichour ation, starve the people of the United forming duties that one man might ward healers and personal friends is always interesting at 'this

The elements did a lot of threaten- new laws are to set up must be States? I favored free meet and free easily do and thus save to the tax have to be taken care of. time of the year to find out in(how
of rain cattle in the campaign last fall and I
for the amount
ing yesterday public, not private, must be vested in ] payers one salary. Consequently a Pensacola has made a good start the old
new places garden
intend to do all I can to keep them in many
we got. the government itself, so that the i number of the surpuls officials have
o- the free list of the new tariff law. j and if the clip is kept up the city will hose leaks.
banks may be the instruments, not the
The hardest thing in this world is masters, of business and of individual Senator James is right. The peopleare been dismissed and the salaries of profit by the new regime. o i

to be a patriot and a plutocrat atone i enterprise and initiative." intensely interested in legislationthat others cut down.It Peace movements get on swimxung-
. and the same time. will reduce the cost to the con- too often is the that
those
This is, in outline, the purpose of case Subscribe for the Sentinel. ly until its time to go to war.
of articles such as meats
o sumer staple I
the banking and currency bill now to ,
Never mind the street sprinkler'snoise sugar and flour. -------- --- -- -
be considered by Congress. It is not
Mr. Weatherman, send on that advanced as a perfect meausre but as! The people are in no wise inter- ,
rain for the orange trees. a practical basis and starting point' ested in a tit for tat policy which
could in the end benefit the trust
only
o
for legislation that will meet thecountry's '
I and this is exactly what a countervailing -
The housemaids having organizedthe urgent needs. Changes in JUNE WEDDINGWhile :
"copper" will now exchange the its particulars, there will doubtlessbe I duty means.
back porch for the parlor. The democrats made tariff reductionthe
; but it is a significant and cheer-I I
issue last and the people
o ing fact that to the broad principlesof year
will their declarations as made in "Dan Cupid" his loafs the Month of June
Mighty few editors worry this bill, men of widely divergent accepted never quits job or yet
those faith and placed them in seems to be his active June is marked its
about the income tax-except views have rallied, convinced that it good power.If most season. always by numerous
who are subsidized to the interests. opens a safe path through the prob- the party remains in power for any weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts ,
o lems of this great issue. Equally sig- considerable length of time it will be for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed.

One argument no man has been nificant is the fact that banking opin- because they have been true to the ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal and to t
able to settle during the heated spellis ion and business opinion throughoutthe trust imposed in them. It is a pretty your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order. I.
whether or not artificial ice is colder nation are united in the belief that I well conceded fact that the reduction We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

, than the natural product.The some constructive measure of this of the duties on the necessaries of stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver- i
o kind should be enacted. I life will materially reduce the cost of smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
man with a grouch never gets living, a question the masses are vitally country.

anywhere, for his very presence is interested in. The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip
repugnant to others, and drives away As 'a rule the Christian people of I It is not strange that those who tion II out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
both friends and business. the United States do not view with have been beneficiaries under the pro inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-

o complacency the commercializing of i I I tective system are now found vocifer- ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up- t
Orville the gospel. Last winter the churchesof from the house tops that
Wright says aviating is ously crying to-date merchandise.
, just as safe as motoring. Which assuredly Indianapolis declined the high tariff reduction will bring ruin and not If

goes a long way toward bolstering figured services of Billy Sunday, the ,I relief. This countervailing duty talkis REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
up our motoring nerve. base ball preacher and now Birmingham -I a hoax, promulgated by the interests -
-0-- turns down the $15,000 proposition -j: who are seeking to leave a hole I
of Gypsy Smith. It looks like I If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
A Los Angeles woman proposes a for escapes shrewd corporation men
these sensational preachers cared pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
divorce be had for the asking and $2. creep into the Senate either as Sen-
mountings, bring them in and let us show what wonderful transformation -
more for the almighty dollar than the : you
The wanting a divorce is, she claims, ators or lobbyists who resort to any
: reconciliation of souls to the AlmightyGod. can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
a sufficient reason for obtaining it, means for putting jokers in the bill.
Fine watch repair work
a specialty.
if that is so, why the $2? If they can not defeat the bill in

o o toto, their next endeavor is to makethe -
Next to the preacher who starts in Advertise the best thing you havein phraseology of the bill such as to --

to reform a city before he learns his stock at your store in the next issueof I break the effect of the law. I

way to the postoffice, what's the mat- this paper. Feature it-push it Senator James believes that the
I
ter with the fellow who wants to along. Then note the pecuniary fruit trust and combine cooks should be T.l1.EvanstheOPPOSITE Jeweler i
know if it's not hot enough for you? of your wisdom. I kept out of the democratic kitchen.
o
It is suggested that the ducking ,
stool and the spanking machine be I..i POST OFFICE

revised for the benefit of those Eng-
lish suffragettes. Some of them I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. ,

but doubtless the spanking-that do need an occasional should bath have, SPECIAL[ l r PUMP SALE l [ I -


been done long ago. .
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teen celebrating its semi-centenial as A

a state. An interesting history sur-
rounds the formation of the state and Clean Sweep Sale I IBellllillg

in fifty years of statehood has devel-

oped that section of the country to .
greater prominence than the mother

state. Such are the fortunes of war. Factory shipped more than or-


bringing Governor the Cole state o of Bleas South insists Carolina on dered, and to save freight re- i Sanui'ilay f Jlm 28

again in reproach by his action with turning, will sell at about one- ,

reference to the state militia. Such
third less than
regular prices
:
blatherskites as Bleas will)) bring any Continuing Through July 13
state into disrepute and it is strange

tlattant dencies.that South hypocrite Carolina of anarchistic tolerates ten this Free GIVEN AWAY ::F'reel I


Value Sale Price

The sale of the o East Coast railroadto "Victor" Minute Pump, Best Made_____ $6.00 $4.25 To the first one hundred customers entering my stCf<2 tickets will

the Atlantic Coast Line shows how I be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

determined an effort is being made in "Only" Double Acting with gauge________ 4.00 2.75
Florida to hold freight rates up to three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the

their present exorbitatnt figures. "Hill" Double Acting without gauge______ 3.50 2.10 selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
There seems to be a perfect under-
F
standing among railroad operators 'Tornado" Single Acting _______________ 2.50 1.10
that it is their sacred duty to deprivethe :

public of competetion.Our o r STORE CLOSED All DAY FRIDAY


city council need not worry
about the tax levy. Just put it whereit YOURS FOR BUSINESS __


duty.belongs, If make,and,to a it you fifteen carry fifteen will out mill have and levy needed done then is your give necessary improvements -- I. W. r PHILLIPS a SONSSUCCESSORS Marion B. Ives


the tax payers value received for

every mill and there will be no com- TO
plaining. Paying taxes and having EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

nothing to show for it other than the S.. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
pay roll)) and bills allowed is what the I Floor

people object to.
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other houses are Inding ways and means of Rebuc-
Tnc cW Corset C0YCFS The NeW m lette COfflbinations
ing their overloaded stocks \VE are endeavoring to keep pace
i i
with the immediate requirements of our customers by addingto In fine quality Cambrics, trimmed with Linen Torchon and Or the much asked for "Teddy Bears" in white only, trimmed

Valenciennes. Absolutely new designs. Excellent value at with fine linen Torchon lace. ALL SIZES. Specially pricedat
our own. The latest additions are the ,
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New Princess Slips The NeW Muslin Cobina1ions HOSE The OF"EIFFEL QUALITY-THE HOSE HOSE"THE OF SATISFACTION.


As we announced before, we are the sole representatives of this
In fine white lawn trimmed with Valenciennes, Torchon and Positively ideal for the summer. Made of fine quality soft
sterling quality hose. We ask you to try them, for once you

Hamburg Embroideries. They are here and we have them in India Muslin, perfectly shaped, trimmed Swiss Embroidery.All become a purchaser we are sure of the result. Try our three

ALL SIZES. Prices $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. sizes. Excellent Value at $1.00. pairs for $1.00 Men or Women. Black and colors.





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Mr. C. R. Thrasher, one of Gaines- Mr. J. M. Hewitt, of Leesburg, is in GRAND THEATERThe MltttlllllimilliltMimMIMIitiMCHMtnMfr
i ville's representatiye citizens, is Orlando today on business. I Ij <
i spending today in Orlando. |j ---- I hot season has in no wise affected -
Cool
THE TUNER -v i iV i:i Miss Anna Peters returns to her the attendance at the Grand H1 Drinks
ORLANDO. FLA. Mr. H. C. Anderson, one of Apop-: home in Winter Garden today, after I Theater. In fact the people find thisa ,
ka's substantial citizens, transacted I a week's visit to the city. I I cool pleasant retreat where they =- FOR
:business in Orlando yesterday. may spend a season each evening in
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refreshing instructive entertain-
HOT
WEATHER
Mr. G. B. Netherton left yesterdayfor :j Rev. J. F. McKinnon will preach at left last night at 12:03 for Hicksville, i ment. These high class picture entertainments -

Macon, Ga. I j Oakland next Sunday morning and( Long Island, their future home. II III have a restful, wholesome
evening.Mr. I I' influence, and the people by their attendance -
Mr. J. 0. Miller left yesterday for
I i Misses Elizabeth and Julia Rand show their appreciation.
his home in Lawrenceville, Ohio. 0. N. Ya-n left yesterday for LIMEADELEMONADE
I have returned to their home in
Long-I I I
|Jacksonville, where he will visit for a
1 wood, after spending several
Mrs. P. P. McGraw of Apopka, was ':few days with his son and also transact -( KIOWA KANSASA
in Orlando yesterday shopping.Mrs. I I business. Bishopstead.Miss .
i I letter received from Mr. Wm. L.

0. N. Larsen went to Miami, Mrs. B. F. Whitner, who has been Millie Smith leaves tomorrow Coryell and wife states- that they arrived GRAPE JUICEWe
I
I 'for Baltimore, where she will spend i I
at their destination at the end
yesterday for a week's visit with rel visiting Mrs. L G. Starbuck since
atives. Sunday returned to her home at Sanford -!''a few days with friends, then go on of the third day and are enjoying the
: yesterday. I for.several weeks' visit in Pennsylvania. hospitality of their son. The letter can furnish the material. A barrel of limes and a
t, states that they passed through thous-
Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and -
quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers -II|i Mrs. C. D. Laudon and two boys I 1 ands of acres of fine wheat fields in box of lemons just received

& .Gore. Try it.Mr j Edward and William leave for the I: Mr. C. B. Robinson left last night which the crops were looking well, Welch's Grape Juice always in stock.
j mountains of Tennessee today. They for Jacksonville to meet Mrs. Robinson though weather was dry.

L G. Starbuck, who has been in I will be gone until fall. I' who is homeward bound after a
New York city on business for several I visit to her mother, Mrs. M. C. Gra- CLASS REUNIONThe THE SANITARY GROCERY

days will return home tonight. | Mr. W. B. Bennett, one of the trust-I I I ham, i in Lebanan, Tenn.
'ed employes in the ice plant High School class of 1906 will CARUTHERS & GORE
Messrs. J. H. Lee, E. A. Douglass,i'misfortune of cutting his right hand I Bishop Grey is expected home this hold a reunion this afternoon at the
D. M. Swope and B. Browning of I: badly and is off duty. II I afternoon from Sewanee, where he home of Miss Fannie Robinson. Mrs. ; Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine StreetftllliaitlllllMMMtMIMMMtMIMMMIIMMHIIU.

Oviedo, were in the city yesterday. has been for two weeks past, attend- Leonard Blanker, of Baltimore, and .
I I The monthly business meeting of ing the annual commencement of the her tiny son, Leonard Jr., will be pres-
Mr. S. L. Ragatly was among those: St Cecilia's Guild will be held at the University of the South. He will ent the latter being enrolled as class -
leaving Orlando yesterday for the!home of Mrs. Hart this afternoon at I leave tomorrow for his Sunday appointment mascot CANDY FACTORY OPENS I OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR

summer. He goes to Chattanooga,I four o'clock as there will be no meeting -i, at Brooksville. ADVERTISERSWHO
Tenn. ': on July Fourth. 'I''I'I j I Mr. Oscar Lorraine has returned The Galentin-Mayer Company are I

I i Orlando is having a good time renumbering from Ponce Park, bringing photo- now manufacturing ice cream and WISH TO BE AS PROGRESSIVE .
Mr. H. G. Seagroatt, of the United I Mrs. Tom Johns and family will the houses and putting up graphs of a four hundred pound shark candy, doing their first work ).ester-I| AND UP-TO-DATE AS
Paper Co., of Atlanta, is in the city:'leave this week for Orlando where', street signs. The postal authoritieshave which he pulled from the brin ywatersof day. They are experienced men and I THE TOWN IS ITSELF- ,
and is working the trade in this : they expect to make their future asked to have the work done in Mosquito Inlet. have a fine equipment, and no doubt WE HAVE ENGAGED
county.Mr. '. home The Leader regrets to lose I I. order to expediate the delivery of mail their goods will find a ready market THE SERVICES OF
!the family, but wish them happiness and while it involves some little trou- Mrs. Fred Gore and Mrs. A. L Hol- "Orlando made" is a pretty good AN EXPERT AD
L. W. Tilden and J. H. Saddler,'I in their new home.-Fort Meade Leader ble, the new numbers and making the den left last night for Mefflintown, motto to put into practice, and the WRITERA

two of Winter Garden's most promi-; streets and avenues plainly recognizable Pa., to visit Mrs. Hayes Petitt, nee more loyalty we get into our systemsfor I man thoroughly qualified to han
nent business men and extensive or- to stragers will be of real value to Miss Ollie Nicholson.Mrs. home institutions the better for i dle any business ad proposition, a man
ange growers were in this city yester-I There is a strong probability that the city.TimesUnion.Josiah us as individuals and the better for competent to bring out all the salient
day. ;a new dwelling will be built on Gore S. Preston Carpenter expects to the community collectively. I I points of your business, a man thor
[avenue near Kuhl that will vie with leave Saturday night for Salem, N. '
Ferris, of the Orlando Sen- The Galentin-Meyer Company will oughly conversant with the techniqueof
Mr. W. F. Jones the i Mr. Beeman's fine home for J. where she will the
representing spend
graudeur. summer
do
wholesale business individual
tinel has told it that he will have to and we believe i your requirements. Give
McCarty Asphalt Company of Balti- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas from months.Mr. I'I
Higbie,
will make him
of of
that
get a larger press and another lino a quality goods will an opportunity demonstratingThe
more, Md., was in the city yesterday.He Portland, Maine, are in the city for a
type. This means a great deal when find a home trade unanimous in its cost will be but nominal and the
sells heavy asphalt machineryand week's stay and may become property B. Drew is spending today in results
duly considered, for even in the most use. positive financially gratifying.
understands the art of street mak- owners.. Jacksonville on business.
I prosperous towns and cities the news-
ing to perfection.Dr. II
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papers do not always get a full shareof Shanibarger's for bicycles and Money to loan on improved prop-
;i Mr. P. A. Denison and his grand- the benefits, and often have to rock ELECTRIC TREATMENTS Sundries.
A. B. Whitman was in attendance -,father Eli Free, will leave today via along without equipment that they AU Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for tf erty. S. Y. WAY.
at the state Dental association at Number 80 for the old home in In- need, just because the people do not the month of June. Dr. Bennett,
Atlantic Beach, yesterday. If diana. Paul has not been back to fully appreciate what a real paperis Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm I -
the tooth carpenters will invent Indiana for three years and no doubt doing on their account The Sen-
some means for extracting teeth will nejoy greeting old friends, but tinel is a first class booster and well California orange growers are experimenting -I
without pain and without payin' his many Orlando friends will look deserves the success that it has madein with electric heaters to AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
they will merit a crown of gold. for him back here by fall. go-ahead Orlando.-Times-Union. protect their. trees from frost.iimmmiHit .


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guaranteed to be In first-class condition, is fully equipped :

Grand Theatre Program I and ready to run.


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'I. 1 1912 Touring Car, Complete $500
"A MAN FROM THE WEST" (Drama) . . . Edison

A strong drama full of notable situations"A t _

.: MOTION PICTURES 1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger $300


STREAK OF YELLOW (Drama) . . . .Kalem

Pictures Changed Daily. This drama is classed among the best. It is new ONE 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EX-
TRA TIRE-FULLY

SHOCK ABSORBERS EQUIPPED$6 00i

FIRST SHOW, 715 P.M "MINNIE THE WIDOW (Comedy) . . . .Lubin
\ A farce with a hotel-life flavor i HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES

SECOND SHOW, 8.15 P.M i I YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEED
SAME AS FACTORY JOB
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"ONE ON ROMANCE" (Comedy) . . . . .Lubin


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Winter Park, June 24.-The farm- Conway, June 26th.-A picnic will I
ers here are making hay this week be given on the school grounds July J ulf Refining i Co1 ; : .

while the sun shines. 4th to which every one is cordially in-

The work on L&kewcrad:: VK&U&H 1& yifYs tt ASS >> a Kaska: "p rn?t and -

begun Monday night and will be com-J is intended to promote good nom as .

pleted by July 4. well as patriotism.
The many friends of Mr. D. L. Pier- i f'I A short time ago a pleasant entertainment Kerosene
I I
son will be glad to know that he isl was given at the County
able to be out again. 1 j I Home for the benefit of the inmates, Gasoline 1 YOUR SEWER

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Long have returned -, which was greatly enjoyed by all

to Sanford after a pleasant present. First religious exerciseswere LubricatingOils
week's stay here with Mr. A. E. Jones held, followed by a program of

and family. songs and recitations by the young and Greases CONNECTION

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Perkins, of Largo people, who were prepared for the occasion -

formerly of Oakland, are visiting I by the president of the W. C. T. Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent I
friends here this week. U., and other members. Mr. and Mrs. Ij

Miss Marie Ford has returned to Harris were most pleasant and hospi- .
...... a
Orlando after a very pleasant week : table and furnished delicious water- I

spent here with Miss Mabel Dillard. melons for refreshment to guests and

Mr.\ Paul E. Hutchinson, representing inmates.

Burger & Baumgard, of New York j Mrs. Metz who has been visiting r 450

was in town Tuesday in the interest'of relatives in Tampa and St. Peters- PHONES | 269 I You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks
his firm. burg has returned to the Cedars, much
Miss Emma Peter has returned from improved in health and spirits. She 4 Orlando, -- Florida and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which

Tampa and will spend a part of the :| will keep house while her sister, Mrs. will be some months hence.

summer with home folks. Walter P. Hill is absent on a vacation. I IMIHMMttlllKlillMl

Miss Dora Crawley, of West Apopka -" Miss Joyce Prince will return to her,I --- Why let your money lay idleYe will sign con-

is spending this week with Miss home in Tampa. She has made a very ;BUSINESS BOOSTERS tracts with you now to make these connections time
Mary Fowler.Mr. j' pleasant visit with relatives in Con- CLASSIFIED I II any

A. D. Fields, of Clermont, was I Business Boosters (classified advertisements within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
way.Sr. ) received after 10
here Monday on business. I Marie Xavier of the Benedictine I midnight, will be run in the "Too o'clock Late for 13 cents per foot.
Mr. Stewart Telford, of Sanford, Order spent two weeks with her aunt, to Classify" column.
passed through Monday en route to' Mrs. R. J. Piatt. She came south last t Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately Give this work to your home company and we are
Tampa.Mr. I winter for her health and has returned 30 words-ont time, 25
cents; three times 50 c nts; one week here to see that it is satisfactory to and .
you,
C. T. Sessions left Monday for north for the summer. (six daily and one weekly editions)
Key West and other points where he I Mr. Shure and family from Holland $1.00; one month, $3.00. you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied

will spend a part of his well-earned who located on a twenty acre tract
vacation. Mr. Sessions is the assist-! have it all cleared and a house built Money to loan on improved prop- with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
erty. S. Y. WAY.
ant cashier of the Winter Garden besides other improvements.Misses inspector and certified to by him.

Bank. | Ethel and Belle Crawfordare ASK your grocer for Jackson Square

> Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McMannan left i! at home for the vacation months. Coffee. 6-21-tf.
Jennings where they will Miss Sarah visited in Tennessee with
Monday for FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real
spend a part of the summer. Mr. Mc relatives and had a most pleasant Estate see Jansen & Watkins

Mannan is the pharmacist for the time. These are lovely young ladies, 6241m.

Phoenix drug store, and will be relieved I' progressive and ambitious.Our I LOST-Two wire stretchers; returnto
by Mr. Fred Gibbons, of Sanford.Mr. school election seems to be cre- Helms' Hardware Company and
,ating some excitement but we trustno get reward. 6-23 5t.
L. T. Bryant has returned from
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Barnesville, Ga., where he has finished j hard feeling will result. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger The F. JOSEPH RAEHN
the commerical court at Gordon insti-j Mr. Roney has returned from Washington touring car. Large and roomy.
I Kas., where he had some important 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
tute. Mr. Bryant will act as assistant { A
cashier in the absence of Mr. C. T.j' legal cases. As court has ad- a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
Sessions. J journed he is spending his vacation Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl I Plumbing and Heating Co.

The many friends of Horace Boyd ; here with his family.Twentyseven -- -- _. --
OAK HILL is the beautiful .
subdivis.ion
will be know
glad to that he has
pass delegates left Jack- to the Northeast of the city andI
ed a very successful examination at still have some choice lots there.
sonville Friday night on the Dixie liMM
the Atlanta School of Medicine, wherehe Carl Jensen. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111'
Flyer to attend the seventeenth an-
three and two .
spent years'
years a -- -
nual world-wide Baraca-Philathea
FOR RENT-Five with
room cottage
course at the Bennett Medical College'of
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt
convention being held in Nashville, all modern conveniences. Garagefor
Chicago. Tenn. Florida will be well represented auto, or horse and buggy. Apply the solicitation of many citizens -
t ; at this convention. Eighteen 515 East street. 5-15 tf of Orlando, I have consented to A NEW ASSORTMENT
i il'
i v CONCORD PARK I be a candidate for the office of Al-
... other delegates left from other partsof FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur-
I I the State besides the twenty-seven I nished and unfurnished. derman, to fill the vacancy made by
A few more showers would be wel- from Jacksonville. : JAMES A. KNOX. the resignation of Mr. Seegar.If -- -- OF __:

come. I I! I 6-26 tf. elected, I will act impartially in
Mr. Kinney, of Colonial Drive has all matters and in the interest of all
I l! A census recently taken in Blounts- FOR RENT
the finest field of melons In this vicin the people.
: town showed there were over 1800"I Seven room cottage close in, No. S. S. GRIFFIN. I Ratine HatsAT
ity.The I I people within its limits. I 148 East Pine street. All modern con
Frasiers of "Rose Cottage" are !
: A higher scale. of wages for mem- veniences. Possession at once. Lord
spending a two weeks outing at Day- ANNOUNCEMENTI
bers of the Tampa police departmentis & Bradshaw. 6-26 6t
considered the hereby announce my candidacyfor -- -
tona.Mr. being by police com-
Ackers, the Park grocer is just I mittee of the city council. FOUND-A breast pin containing alderman to fill the vacancy made I .
completing a fine residence. I pictures of children. Owner can by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar :
,
Andrew Harris has just finished a council of has donated have same by calling at this office subject to the election called for same I
The city Tampa MISSES
fine horse barn.Fiftytwo of and paying for notice.LOSTSomewhere and if elected will endeavor to filII HAULM & MM
I $500 toward the expense operating M
times same to the interest of the city. '
a year at 3 p. m., the Florida Fanciers' Association on the streets of
I
as regularly as Sunday comes a cher- poultry show ,which is sched- Orlando, a ladies gold watch. Had Respectfully, !
for
ry welcome awaits you at the Con-I i uled to be held there next ,December. name of W. A. Starkey on the at- GEO. A. BARKER.To Agents Barclay CorsetsIMIItllMMMIimillMlilMIMMUM
cord Park Sunday School at Lake Dot I tached medal. Finder leave. at this of- ( July 8DON'T-
This will probably be the largest poultry '
and
I nee receive reward.
Pavilion. Come.ORLANDO .
I show ever held in South Florida. I 6-25 ,

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> TEMPERATUREWeek I JOB PRINTINGOur CHAPMAN HOUSE i I
Six dollars a week and up. No.
Ending June, 22nd, 1913. West Central Mrs. M. 3081
job department is equipped avenue.
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Max. Min.I with up-to-date faces of type, modern Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo. BYI : CONNECTION

Monday, June 16, Coo. 94 63 machinery and competent workmen,
Tuesday, 17 ..... ... .. 95 64 I and prepared to turn out beautifuland Roberta Branch will be pleased to I
Wednesday 18, C .. . 93 71 artistic work. Estimates furnished take a limited number of pupils for (P4MMYCa

Thursday, 19 C .. .... .. 94 69 I and satisfaction guaranteed. piano study, and is especially inter-

Friday, 20 C . .. ..oo 93 65 ested in beginners. Lessons given at House connections to the sewer mains should

Saturady 21 C. . . 93 63 Money to loan on improved prop- pupils' homes if so desired.
I be made now. Sign contract now while
6-191.1 your
Sunday, 2'2 PC . .oo. 93 32 erty. S. Y. WAY.

-- TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE BE AFRAIDTo street is being worked on so as to have street

Royals, Fox-both new and slightly opened up finished.
I used, one rebuilt machine and one

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA I second hand Underwood. let oour children eat Ice Cream
Call at my office and see bargainsin -simply caution them to insist
Typewriters and Fireproof Iron I
upon See W. L. COBB
Safes. C. S. McEWAN.


Regular DownpourBARGAINS 6-13- ---tf.-- - ------ P01XSETTIAThere
F.D. & Co.
EVERY BODY'S DOING IT Harvey
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-OF- Automobiling, we are open for dates is a dealer in your town

picnic parties, or a crowd for an that makes a specialty of POINSETTIA -
evening drive. Call 360 or ask for Ice Cream and you can ; Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.

C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf safely send your children there
-- unattended for POINSETTIA Ice
FOR RENT
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is made from PURE
Nice large rooms, furnished. Con- Cream
CREAM, thoroughly sterilized andis
venient for business people, also light
gtg By securing your personal SAFE.
house keeping. Delightful location I FRANK HYRESArtificial
with or without board. Terms I
needs make very
now, you can more
reasonable. Address, "(T care Sen- FOR SALE BY
clear money than by any day's tinel office. 5-22 tf
I Stone
work you have ever done Evefv BARGAIN IN A PRESS i V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO .

thing in our store is being sold Two revolution, seven-column quarto 1 1I
Campbell press. Does good work.A FLA. 1j I

at a sacrifice.Be bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando Ii i Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House

sure and visit our store. It Fla.MONEY. 5 I Foundations, all styles of Concrete
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TO LOAN-On city prop- I _: Columns, and Balusters, also all kindsof
will eventually pay you. Remember erty. See Jansen & Watkins. '- Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor

lookers are welcomed as politely 6241m. Colored
-- Facings
NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS S Spirella Corsets j
as buyers. Bids will IK. received to tfo OTW-


--- {|hauling the Court and House construction for jury of rooms quarters.in \i (Not Sold in Stores) 1 Phone 159-Works, Livingston Ave. on R. R.

Plans and specifications will be on file
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir- Wear a corset made to fit yon. Ask I
Brown & Lartigue for a demonstration. Call or send postcard
cuit Court. Bids will be received up toSPIRELLA
j to the meeting of the Board of Coun- I GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec- Money to loan on Improved prop-

ty Commissioners on the First Mon- CORSET PARLORS ; tions at about one-third less than uaI erty. s. Y. WAY. I
Men's and Boys' Outfitters day in July. SOS West SU Cor. South. Orlando Fla.MRS. nag list prices. Full line in stock. .

By order of County Commissioners. J. VAN BUSKIRK. Conctiere j' W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. 1.1 Shanibarger's for bicycles and \\

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officialdom.isa Kuhl Every'; finger RED avenue avenue of FLAGS,shame-one leading of HOISTED the pointed into most Orlando at traveled city-I,'t( roiii DO 4NK( a TSf I COMPAN fI l [ R [ I [ \ [



if not the most traveled street of
Orlando has for three years been in I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
an awful plight and today is almost :
Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
impassible. Its condition is really
dangerous and all that has been done
Statement of the Orlando Bank and
to improve conditions is td haul in a I
lot more sand which only made it Trust Co., at Close of Business

worse. It is right now next to impossible April 16th, 1913-The Sen- ,
to pass over this street withan
enth Anniversary of
auto, and a heavy drag for a team L t t Ka "
with, an empty wagon. its Existence
Yesterday morning people coming ire
n1 -
into town were surprised to find a .rI .
row of red flags stuck along the centerof b- RESOURCES ,
the street the full length of the w,
street. Enquiry being made developed M.r.' !I Loans and Discounts.....$368,197.83
the fact that a large auto came into Overdrafts .............. 922.82 \
Orlando over that street in the after- d Real Estate, Furniture "
3r ..........
noon and the expressions of the five p 'TM and Fixtures 25,353.44
thing but com- "7 j+ 1. I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
occupants were any
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plimentary to Orlando. That night 1:_ ; 4 Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 {
t
between eight and nine oclock Mr. Ed. a '- \ I
Gross heard a car come from the direction x.: Total ........ .... .$789,260.08 I
of Orlando and soon heard the :
driving of stakes. Evidently the disgusted LIABILITIES

neighbors from the south took Capital Stock .. .. .. .....$100,000.00 t
this manner of showing their disapproval -"'; Surplus and Undivided

of Orlando's streets. Just i Profits ..... ........... 24,144.55
why this important street should be so i Deposits ................ 665,115.53 I
long neglected is hard to guess; two
I
years ago property owners were told Total ..... ..........$789,260.08 I
by the City Council that if they would V I f :
set their fences back five feet and do-I I

nate five feet of ground on each side I \ Deposits April 4, 1913.$592,875.65: II I :, !!\
the street wold be clay ed. The prop-
Deposits April 16, 1913. 665,115.53Increase :
has been ask- I
erty owners did all that
in I United States Government, State and County Depository in 12 days . .$
hauling' a
ed of them and beyond 72,239.88J _
lot of sand nothing has been done. I
Now the Council say they want to I.- 0 0 I ..
brick these main thoroughfares, and II I .

that is the sensible thing to do, but .MMIItllHtltMttMU .ttMMHttltitlftttMtMMIMtMMMItlMMIIIMMIU :
it will cost no more to do it now than
in two years. Why so much delay in
these important matters. The prop-
erty owners on this and the other W. M. SLEMONSWhere i

main approaches of the city are readyto
pay their share of the cost and the
public are deeply interested in better
streets leading into the city, and just
why such matters should be put off Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

until people's patience are wholly exhausted -
is hard to understand. Dila- -

tory methods never made any man or HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"

municipality any money. Up and do- Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
ing is what makes a man or a com-
I
munity.It Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are
is important to every citizen of known all over the country as one of the best makes,
Orlando and especially to the merch-
ants, that Orange avenue from the We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $x.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00

north city limits to the south city We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. MMIMIIIIIIIIMIMMMMMHtllMMIMIMMHIl'I

limits, and west Central avenue and We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
the Lockhart road be paved to the city
limits. Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

These are the streets over which We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

the farmers come to us twelve $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.
months in the year and over which the Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.

1,citizens of adjoining towns come to Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
us and over which thousands of tour-
ists travel every year. The paving of TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.

those streets means so much to the
development of Orlando and the advancement -
of her business interests
that steps ought immediately be takento W. M. SLEMONS
accomplish this. It would also be
an investment well made if Lucerne ;
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Circle and East Central avenue and
around Lake Eola and back Main
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street to Central avenue were paved. (
I Orlando would move ahead by leaps I

and bounds speedily if made.these No improvementswere city has IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN ((

more natural advantages than Or- i
lando, and if we but do our part a i ;
will that will S
population be attracted ,
I
enable us to realize our fondest hope THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J If
It is a fact that every man must |
admit, that in public affairs Orlandois HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR I ';

lagging behind in the march of thecit"s DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO j I ii ii
progress. Our business buildings )
MON. SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
and homes are way in advanceof OR MONEY

our public improvements. And we REFUNDED.
must also admit that public attain
have not been as well managed as th i
same men manage their private af
fairs. A city of practically 8,000 pop B. Salomon Orlando

ulation; a city rich in taxable property ,
; an annual income of over $30:> ,.: I I
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city expense. Will any deny the necessity HAlfTWHIHEPLATfJ TRFCL9R I WE OFFER YOU
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of better management? 1h9T9lllGAl1 Gc9I !

JTOVAIULDTAMFAFLAI HOT CUSS WWK-UWT MidiPR9MPT < THE MOST OF THE BEST
James P. Martin, of Tampa, former MAIL ORDER JtlMCE-'
sheriff, has sold a tract of land near r r r r r r. r r r . [
I
his Durant home for $158,000. It con- For the Least

tains phosphate and was purchasedby )
Northern capitalists.West WELCOME TO -

Palm Beach is to have a modern I ROYAL PALM Tender Juicy Meats :

new theatre. It will be of artifi-

cial stone construction, with a slop- BARBER SHOPModern I You can always depend on gelling the best at our
ing floor and commodious stage, so r
that plays may be enacted, as well as market, and yon will find there is a wonderful differ-
I'
the nightly picture shows that will be and Complete. ence in meals. .
given. The contract calls for the com- I Everything new, individual
pletion of the new theatre by the 1st electric attachments at every
of September. chair. No stone has been left i
unturned to make this shop COART & PIGUEI

Advertising for bids is being made meet th erequirements of the I :
by the city for brick of asphalt pav- most particular. Plenty of BOONE STREET ORLANDO FLA.
with room. Courteous attendants. ,
ing concrete curb and gutter for ;
about two miles of streets. Another ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, PHONE 105
large contract will let by the countyon Proprietor.

the same day, July 7, also for Orange ATe., Orlando, Fla. MiMMMMMMMMIMitHIMIMIIIMItMIIIIHIIHRead 3
about two miles, to runsouth from the
city limits near the bayshore. This
1 will be limited to brick.Sarasotanote
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One of the prettiest home weddingsver
C. Massey, President held in the city took place last
ivening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. WtUn Bovt, CuU
T. Pktoa Warlow VlceJ'ra.Howtrd foe Bumby, on Boone street, when
Mat Caller
c..hIer Samuel A.Newell
C. Babcock Au't tfiss Ula M. Smith, sister of Mrs.

Bumby was married to Mr. George I

3anschbach, of Hicksville, Long Is- '
THESTATE
and.The
entire house was decorated with

roses and asparagus fern, the prevailing ii:
color in the hall and drawing-
BANK k
room being pink. In the adjoiningroom

were quantities of red roses,
HIGH WATER MARK
while in the dining room, brides-roses
were the only flowers used.
t of Orlando Just before eight o'clock, "For All DEPOSITSDec.
Eternity" was sweetly sung by Mr.
and after the 24 1912 $91,151,96
Cestia Lawton, closing ---------------------------------- .

chords, Mrs. C. E. Wade, his accom- Jan. 21, 1913 _108,126.94
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THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND panyist, and Mr. Malcolm Wade, who
violin : Feb 24, 1913 ___1 41,174.83;
had played a obligato, began --------------------------

the opening measures of Mendelsohn's : Mar. 24, 1913 ________1 49,391.12
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; Wedding March. :
Apr. 21, 1913 ___1 55,50 :3. 6 0 '
The matron of honor, Mrs. Joe Bum- ----------------------

The Bank which transacts more business than by, was the first of the bridal party : May 24, 1913 -------------____ ._____1 7 7 3 6 6. 5 1 .
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa to; descend the long stairs and enter : June 21,1913
----------------- $261,099.43
the room. After her came Master '

Manley Duckworth, bearing the ringon F

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up a satin cushion, the dainty little During the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound flower maiden, Miss Ruth Wray,, I their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease
strewing flowers in the pathway of the I
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate (fair bride, who followed with her before another official statement to the Comptroller of the

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis father, Dr. J. H. Smith. currency. t
The groom, with his best man, Mr. Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
reuected in the large amount of deposits. Joe Bumby, entered from the side, which makes this excellent showing possible.The .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900,000 and awaited the bride at an arch of

pink roses and ferns, under which they;
stood as Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of the
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Methodist church, read a beautiful .
marriage service.

The bride wore an exquisite gown .
of white charmeuse, draped with bro-
correspondent banks are located in every part of caded chiffon and lace, and carried a

of the Banks in the large bouquet of brides roses. Her
the world and include some largest
veil was gracefully caught with lilies
t United States. x>f the valley.
Mrs. Bumby was becomingly gown-
ed in white lace over pink satin, trim-

NEW BOAT LINE AT SANFORD. TAFT NEWS NOTES med After with receiving pearls. congratulations, the Peoples National Bank

bride lead the way to the dining room
It is reported on reliable authoritythat Taft, Fla., June 26-Lyman Bow- and cut the wedding cake.
Sanford citizens will organizea man, A. R. Kerr, Mrs. W. T. Riley, The guests were served to delici-: "It is a pleasure to serve you."

stock company for the purpose of Mrs. Mary J. Thomas and Mr. Childs ous cream and cakes by Miss Laura
operating a boat line between San- were in Orlando Saturday.Mrs. Lewter, Mrs. Thomas Broadwater and
ford and Jacksonville, in comeptition A. L. Wright, of Orlando wasa Mrs. Leonard Bumby. As they passed
H
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to the Clyde line which by a recent Taft business caller Tuesday.Mr. from the room, the guests were given
arrangement operates in conjunctionwith and Mrs. Kerr and family left dainty "hearts" as souvenirs by Miss ,
the Atlantic Coast Line and for Pa., Monday evening to spend the I Willie Person and Miss Florida How-
takes away the competition which summer.
Sanford has enjoyed for many years. Miss Mabel Hill is spending the ard.On the porch, Miss Agnes Person I fllHMMHMTOWELL'S '
Sanford is justified in this move. The week with friends at Winter Home. and Miss Antoinette Slemons presided -.
,elfprts of railroad corporations is toW I Misses Mabel Hill, Frances Nelson over the punch bowl. The others
$ >ttn r competition in transportation and Mrs. C. H. Hartley were Or- assisting were Mrs. N. J. Merck, Mrs.
and the only way to prevent this lando shoppers Friday. Louis Dolive, Miss Bessie Minor, Miss
is for citizens to cooperate and form The W. R. C. will have ice cream Alma Minor and Miss Ada Bumby.
their own transportation companies. and cake for sale at the Taft Hotel

Sanford is happily so situated that at! Saturday afternoon. RECORD FLIGHT FOR PIGEON .
no great out lay a local transportation -I Miss Frances Ellison has resignedher
SUMMER IS HERE
company can operate opposition position at the A. L. Wright drug Jeannette, Pa., June 25.-The record
boats and not only benefit producersin store and Miss Frances Dennis is now flight of a homing pigeon from Rio

that locality, but earn good divi- in charge. Janeiro, Brazil, is reported by Stephen _
dends for the company. The Taft people were surpirsed to Krupa, a local fancier. Last April he And we are able to show the most
,The fact that railroad corporationspay hear of the marriage of Miss Edna shipped "Sunny Jim" and two other you
higher salaries, to a larger of- Helm at Pittsburg, Pa., last week. racing pigeons to a Rio Jneneiro fan-'
ficial force than any institution of Miss Helm is the youngest daughterof cier, who liberated them on May 8. UP-TO-DATE LINE in READY-TO-

America, and pay rich dividends be- Mrs. E. M. Thomas formerly of this "Sunny Jim" put in an appearancehere

sides takes away the force of their place. after 48 day's flight. Kruppa de- WEAR and PIECE GOODS ever shownin
claims of need of protection in freight Mrs. M. E. Carter, of Lakeland, wasa clares that a pigeon never before Il
rates. If Sanford is so situated financially guest of Mrs. Mary Thomas Sunday.J. "homed" from a point below the equa-
that she can install a line of F. Harrington is making some tor. The air line distance from Rio Orlando.We .
boats it will prove of great value to extensive improvements on his residence Janeiro to this city is about 4,200miles :\\1 :

the entire public. ,. I .on Fourth_street. Mr. Harrington nearly half of the distance being
\ii-t.-; II. also nas a tine crop of Brazilian over water.CHARITY I,

WILL VISIT ALASKA I Coffee, which he planted for an experiment ,, just received a shipment of Italian Few pieces of Corduroy and Welt Pique
L9 a short time ago. It is now IIEADS IN SESSION .
'Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sperry \\illieave I in bloom, which shows we can raise Silk Ratine, colors Oyster White, Neil left, Colors, Light Blue, Lavender and

Saturday for the great Northwest. coffee in Taft as well as other places.Mr Jacksonville, Ill., June 26.-Dele- Rose and Champagne, at White, all on three tables at
Their first stop will be Chicago. From and Mrs. A. L. Bristol are now gates to the convention of the Amer-

there they will go via the Canadian occupying their new bungalow on ican Association of Officials of Charity 65c Yard 17 24 and 28c per Yard2i.inch
Pacific to Seattle Washington, where Third Iltreet.DEPOSITS i and Corections, which has been in per ,

they will take boat for points in Alasj j session three days at Springfield, today -
ka. After a short stay at Skaguay IN SOUTHERN BANKS visited the State School for the
they will return to the states and will Blind and Deaf. Among the visitorswere

take the Northern Pacific to Yellow- Washington, June 26.-Deposits of I Robert P. Kelso, of Boston, Satin Finish Charmeuse, Dot col2iinch Crepe Ratine, just the latest' for ;
stone Park, where they will spend sev- $11,000,000 of Government bonds inI I Mass.; H. H. Shier, of Columbus, 0.;
eral days and from thence will go to banks of cotton growing States wouldbe Dr. C. F. Lewis, of New York; J. B. ors, Light Blue, White and Yellow, at Summer Dresses at27c

Denver and spend the balance of the authorized by a bill introduced to- Montgomery, of Coldwater, Mich.;

summer. Mr. and Mrs. Sperry will ,( day by Senator Smith of South Caro-/ and F. P. Norbury, of Springfield, Ill. 53c per Yard per Yard

have a summer of real enjoyment and lina.
will come back home in the fall feel- The bonds would represent the THE FAVORITE THEATER

:".ii'f.,. .vafrachad.............u and hanmv....yy/, rnnt-..._>nt...- that----. amount held by- the treasury- for cot- ...
Orlando is a good place to make a ton seized at the time of the Civil War\ The Favorite theater has proven one ;
claims for which have not been adjudicated of the greatest money makers in the :
home.
B GAINING H I Ml U I at Prices
I Line of
tt" and the amount of the Govern- city. A five cent theater giving ten : Full Popular
SEEvii.vrs COMING! ment just after the war and before the cent shows appealed to the people and
; Supreme Court held the tax unconsti- Mr. Miller is reaping a rich harvest. :
I tutional. The room is not large, but the expenses : -s
New York, June 26.Vests for wo
i i I Senator Smith said today that the are not large and the shows
men. properly belonged in the cot- always good, brings a full house. The
with which money
battle
This is the cry
...J.PW....,. ...u fork delegation to-- the-- National ton States, and that the Government Favorite is proving very popular. N. P. YOWELL
Ladies' Tailors' convention will should keep it on deposit there until
all claims against it have been set- ATTENTION ACOLYTES
enter the fray Saturday, though every
is milady tled. His bill specifies that the moneyis
state in the country against
to be deposited in the Southern There will be a meeting of theAcol.tes _
wearing a nifty little "wesco't" like
hubby's.But banks "for the purpose of aiding the Guild of St. Luke's Chapter The Big White StoreiiiiMiimmiitittttitttiiiiMtiiitiini

the Gotham designers are producers in financing the cotton House, Saturday afternoon at three-
thirty. All members will please at-
strong for it and they expect to putit crop.
through.The tend, also anyone interested in this

body is well organized and com- MAYORS DISCUSS SUFFRAGETS work. I I
I E. R. THOMPSON, Secy. AT THE FAVORITE TODAYA FOR SALE
I :
and NOTICEThis .
nneoA' '.- ftf rpal style experts unless 1
i Chicago carries out its threatened Springfield, 111., June 2G.-The ef- splendid feature program. -
bolt, New York will have nothingon fect of the recent suffrage;; victory on ARE YOU SATISFIED evening, beginning at eight!' "The Curse," Powers,-a throbbing Practically new Rambler Automobile
Oskosh in the matter of standard the cities of Illinois was the important I o'clock, the ladies of the First Bap- i melodrama, featuring Edwin August. equipped with Presto lights, top
styles. subject discussed today when the With the results'of your advertis- tist church will give a social at the I "The Downfall of Uriah Snoop," a curtains, windshield, speedometer,
The Chicago bolt, as might be expected mayors of Illinois cities met in annual ing? Are you now? Then why not home of Mrs. S. A. Newell, 409 East smashing comedy triumph. clock, bumper spare wheel with extra,
is largely a matter of feet The convention. The Legislature gave the put it into the hands of a man of Pine street. At the close of whicha I "The Padre Gift," Nestor-a beautiful tire, tube and complete set tools and
dressmakers are fighting against a women the right to vote in municipal thorough experience with the positive silver offering will be taken for the Nestor drama.If accessories.
of skirts. elections as well as for Presidential assurance of his ability of making, the show
of pipe organ.
proposed lengthening benefit you care to see a good Also has auto trunk
Every delegation seems to favor the Electors, and the women have already good? Everybody is very cordially invited, come to the Favorite where Quality, for with two suit.
cases touring.
present style of hobble, or leg mut- started a campaign to "educate the Isn't there some particular phrase and your presence will be appreciated.Put not Quantity, counts. Don't miss this have no further Reason for selling
that from Louisiana, where new voters and bring out the vote." in your business that you wish partic- use for car. r
except program.
ton
to be but fail to Address, P. 0. Box 87
emphasized
The convention closes tomorrow night ularly City.
they want the wide skirt. life into business by Open 2.to"5'and 7 to 10 p. m.
state? Consult our ad man; he'll hit new your +'
ads. Admission five cents to all. L-page-5-26-tf
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