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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 28, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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THE DAII SENTINEL




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

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VOLUbIE ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1913. NUMfiER 11D.

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STARTSTRIP EST fROM CtlAlK POISON I CALLED BY PROBms GIN ITS SEVENTH DAY ANNUALSESSION[ \ STATES


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'THOUSANDS FLOCK TO SEE LINER ;, MARY TR1BBLE, LITTLE SCHOOL I PROMINENT NEW YORK LAWYERS PESQU1EKA OF HERAtOSILLO i;, ALL PARTS OF THE STATE REPRESENTED TWENTY-FIVE PERSONS DEAD

: LEAVE-IMPERATOR CARRIES I GIRL AFTER LYING UNCONSCIOUS I WILL ALSO BE ASKEDTO : WILL )I.KEEIW- : AND TIlE LARGEST I AND THE PROSTRATIONS RUN

2,500 PASSENGERS-NO I FOR NEARLY THREE : EXPLAIN CONNECTIONWITH PLANE FLIGHT OVER THE j ATTENDANCE IN HISTORYOF I INTO HUNDREDS-CLEVE

STRIKE OF THE CREW !' WEEKS, PASSES AWAY I LOBBY DISCLOSURES I, FEDERAL LINES I THE ORGANIZATION I LAND, OHIO, HEADS LIST

New York, Junf 27.-The big gray''!, Atlanta, Ga., June 27.-Little Mary Washington, June .-Subpoenas : Douglas, Ariz., June 27.Governor (Staff Correspondent.) Special to The Sentinel
eagle at the bow of the Imperator is | Tribble, the seven-year-old school girl :' will be issued at once by the Senate ;I Pe>quiera telegraphed from Hermosil- i Tapma, June 26.-The 34th meetingof I Chicago, June 27.The entire middle
now facing the -East, bound for the who has been unconscious for nearly 'I' lobby investigating committee, for lo to his junta here that he would I the Florida Press Association start- West suffered intense heat today.
Fatherland, with a mighty bone beneath three weeks as the result of eating Lewis Cass Ledyard and Paul D. Cra- iletre j the capital yesterday to take an ed off fairly well on time this morning.The Stories! of death and prostrations
his talons. colored crayons containing an analine i i oath, New York attorneys, and for ae oplane flight with Didier Masson, roll call showed all parts of State ( come from every direction. The figures

The laaperatt-r with 2,500. passen- ; poisoning, died shortly after 3 o'clock I' David Lamar, a Wall street man, to .I thi. French aviator, over the federal ]: represented and one of the largest I compiled from the scattering
gers, backed away from her slip in ; yesterday afternoon at the family I appear next week in connection with lir.-js at Santa Rosa and San Lean-!I i I attendances in the history- of the or- reports, show tonight twenty-five persons -
Hoboken at 11.17 o'clock yesterday residence 7 Porter Place, East Atlanta. -!I j its investigation of the charge that i dr.-. I I I ganization.. i dead, while prostrations run into

morning, leaving the shore, the vari- j the names of Congressmen are being ; quiera's message also stated that The meeting was called to order in the hundreds.
colored sun shades of the women mak- Friday the public schools were dismissed -I used to secure influence with financial t Uh> fighting between the rebel and 1 j the Tampa Board of Trade quarters. Cleveland reported all heat recordsfor

ing a mushroom bed of fancy color- she herself being a student in men.Mr. I IOj da's army had been resumed, making I which are nothing like what such a ; June 27th shattered. Street ther-
the first grade at Faith school. Ledyard and Mr. Cravath are the seventh day fighting.he I city as Tampa should have for as mometers registered 100. Six per-
ing.The threatened strike of the crew Several days before she had nibbleda understood to have additional infor- money stringency, from which i large a body of business men, and as sons died from the effects of the heat
did not take place. Practically every number of wax crayons which her mation that they are willing to give the constitutionalists' cause in Mexico progressive as compose its member-! and half dozen are reported prostrates
man of the 1,200 on the ship's papers parents had given her. W. C. Trib- the committee. Both were referred to is uffering, will be relieved within ten ship. ed.
reported for duty. Between 2,000 and ble, the city policeman, her father, still by Robert S. Lovett, chairman of the j da : by the circulation of a $5,000,000 I One of the most conspicuous ornamentations I In Chicago, there were eight deaths
3,000 visitors, with :cards of admittance has these crayons, with the marks of board of the Union Pacific, as having | ba k note issue, according to Roberto in this hall is a large owl, and over a score of prostrations. Intense -
packed the ship's corridors be- little teeth plainly discernible on them.I been recipients of mysterious tele- i Pe quiera, insurrecto representative in I, perched over the speaker's or presiding '! heat added to the seriousness
fore her &art.: phone calls that purported to come jWishington, who returned today to I officer's head, and apparently facing -j I of the dog problem. Two persons were
Only one tug, the new No. 3, built MUST MARRY RIGHT (I I from Congressmen. I[: his home here. I the audience. I say apparently, I II bitten during the day. ,
especially for the task, helped to get The story told the lobby committeelast 'he issue will be a lien on property I i: because if one observed carefully, this' Two persons dead and over a score
the sea monster out of her berth. After New York June 27. Under the I night by Representative A. Mitchell within the sphere of rebel influence. bird of wisdom, seemed to be trying : were prostrated in Cincinnati.
the Imperator bad reversed out into terms of the will of Mrs. Caroline I Palmer, of Pennsylvania, has astonished 1'esquiera, on his way home, had a to turn its head entirely away from Throughout Missouri and Kansas
tie Hudson, she backed up streama Butterfield, who died here a year ago,I Congressional circles, and resulted conference with Carranza, the national the audience, as if it recognized that ', the heat was so intense that many har-
bit. :Capt. Hans Ruser and the her fortune, appraised yesterday as I in a demand from many quarters nsurgent leader, who estimated the genuine article had arrived in the i vest hands refused to work.
pilot took their time in fixing her nearly $1,000,000, will go to her grand- | that the Senate committee use th re were 50,000 men under arms fine assembly of men and women be-i
course, and when the needle pointed daughter, Miss Dorothea Ballard i every effort to find the men responsible. : agjinst Huerta. I fore it, representing the gray matter ened everyone present with his tellingof
just light, her engines turned onward Smith, aged 20, provided the young, Mr. Palmer testified that Lewis I of the state. !' the achievements of Southern
for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Ham- woman does not marry either of two! Cass Ledyard had been called repeatedly I DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR I suppose the Association this yearis Statesmen and jurist in the buildingof
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burg. The signalling by craft in the young men specifically mentioned and !I by- a man who represented- him-i I i composed of about the type of individual the government He assumed the
river was almost as noisy as the welcome submits her ultimate.choice of a husband -I I! self as Mr. Palmer. The attorney took 1'ddysville, Ky., June 27.-General ) that has characterized it in role of the prophet and made the pos-
she'got-when she arrived here. to a board of I Eve persons, namedin the precaution to learn that Mr. Pal- Ma; on whose pistol l was said to have i, other years, but as one took'time be- sible glories of Florida stand before
"Seven hundred first cabin passen- the will, for approval. !: mer was not in New York, however, bee carved eight significant notches tween the unfolding of the stunts on' the eye, and then he laid great res-
gers,"" murmered George Ade, who The pretty young heiress loses the j and: then kept the Congressman informed was electrocuted in the State penitentiary -!I the program, he could but be impress- ponsibilities on the Press of the Statein
\vas aboard. You get up in the morn- fortune if she marries either of the I: of developments until evidence here today. I|i ed with the variety of craniums before I the part it should play in destroying
ing and meet new people that have two sons of the fomer Mrs. Eleanor,l had been secured strongly indicating May, who was christened, "General" j I I i him. There was the dome-like brow I, evil workers and leading the pea
come .on'her'during the night. Phelps McKeague, now the widow of(;(; whom the calls came from. was condemned for the murder of Mrs. j; of Plato, and then they graded down ple to a great civilization.W. .
Henry Sedley, with whom Mrs. But- J "We will go to the bottom of this I Belle Meredith, of Clay county. Mrs. !!I to that of ordinary mortals. Some B. Powell, Secretary of the
WITHDRAWS THEIR CHARTER terfield had a disagreement some : thing," said Chairman Overman, of I II Meredith was shot down after May I I were wise, as their speech indicated, Tampa Board of Trade, announced the
years ago. In any event, however, the i I I the Senate committee, today. "Mr. ': h* killed her husband. They had' some looked wise, and some made no program for the day and the remain-
Special to the SentineL young woman will some day come in- i Ledyard, Mr. Cravath and Mr. Lamar I I differed over a boundary line. I'I pretense either way. ing sessions, which he did in such
New York,June 27.-The governing to ownership of .her grandfather'sestate will be first asked to appear, and oth- May was first convicted for the :j The ladies helped the scene might- felicitous style as to constitute a most
bony of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity which is nearly equal to that ;I ers may be called later." murder of Meredith and sentenced for I I ily. It is commonly believed that pleasing address and which put everyone
has withdrawn the charter of its which the grandmother leaves condi The committee will resume its hear- life. Then he was paroled and tried ]j when ladies are determined enough to at ease and made every one feel
ManhattanfChapter in colleges of the tionally. The heiress has not seen ings next week, after the Senate Dem- j for the killing of Mrs. Meredith. take up journalism that it interferes at home in Tampa, believing that even
city of New York, citing the sole rea- the two Sedley boys since she was ocratic caucus has finished with the j May had been a deputy sheriff. Ina with the development and preserving the fAssociation were the best friends thei
this action "That the He- old when J tariff bill. Speaker Clark, representative fight several he received I i had.
son for seven years they were years ago I of the lines of grace and beauty, but
brewic element is greatly in excess." In neighbors. : Underwood, of Alabama; Representative twelve bullet wounds and was left'!! not so in Florida. W. F. Stovall was to have delivered
ordering this cancellation of the charter \j Henry, of Texas; and others for dead. i i The fire works were started with aI the address of welcome for the
,- the fraternity- body criticized the CANCELLED.HIS TRIP !I whose names were used by the persons May had said he was sure he would :I I most sincere address of welcome by newspapers of the city, but for some
city colleges for "lacking fidelity as a in conversations with financial men, not die a natural death, and that asi f i D. B. McKay, Mayor of Tampa. This reason Hamlet did not appear, muchto
field for Alpha Delta Phi. Special to the SentineL'Washington I are urging the committee to push its he had lived forty-three years hej I Ii address had very little of the steor- the disappointment of many wh
The withdrawal of the charter has June 27.-President I inquiry. i would rather know when the end was I II typed in it. It never contained a knew the able editor of the Tampa
caused a sensation. The attitude taken Wilson, late today, cancelled his trip I Representatives Palmer and Rior- I to come, so he could be prepared. word about the custodian of the city, Tribune only through his very forceful
by the fraternity is that the large ma- to Cornish, N. H. His wife and daugh- dan are the only Congressmen whose I i not being in the business of making writing in his own columns.
jority of the Hebrewic element is ineligible ters leave alone. The President prom- names have thus far been given as I II I COAL BARON'S DAUGHTER GOES speeches, etc. The Mayor started off likea Frank L Mayes, of Pensacola, and
for membership in any college ised to come up next week for a few having been impersonated over the TO JAIL man, and just for an instant you President of the Press Association,
fraternity, therefore any college days "if business permits." Mr. Wil-I telephone. felt like he was going to say: "Ladies started off by saying that though he
where this element predominates does; son now plans to :leave next Tuesday Newport, England, June 27.-Mrs. and Gentlemen, as you see I am not was scheduled for an address he would
not offer a sufficient field for the charter night, returning July 8th. The post-! REBELS MOVING ON JUAREZ Margaret Haigh Macworth, daughterof in the habit of addressing public gath- not make one, but he did deliver some
of sucha fraternity. ponement was officially announced today the "coal king," David Thomas, now erings," and then a peculiar look very pointed remarks on the necessityof
as due to the President's desire to I El Paso, Tex., June 27.-An employee in Canada, was brought before a mag- came into the speaker's eye and you the mechanical side of journalism
settle the Union Pacific-Southern Pacific of the Mexico Northwestern iI i I istrate here today and remanded for
GENERAL STRIKE ORDERED I could almost hear his wife say: "Don't being conducted on saner lines, and
dissolution matter before leavingthe Railway brought the new slate last fourteen days on a charge of placing '
I'I you use that chestnut about not be- that the business side of the profes-
Special to The'SentinelCharleston Capitol. night that Gen. Francisco Villa, at the I explosives in a mail box. ing accustomed to speak in public. sion ought to be put on higher ethical
W. Va., June 27.-Thos. head of the main Chihuahua column of Mrs. Mackworth is secretary of the Pausing, so that a skilled rhetorician ground, and that no office should bid
Naggerty, of America, stated today after extended CEASE man Wednesday night in a northerly!I and Political Union, but hithertohad eloquence, the Mayor proceeded thought job printers in particular,
negotiations between New direction. Other unconfirmed reportssay not been an active Militant. Her without many in his audience per- should agree among themselves not to
River Coal operators and their em- ,Special to The SentinelWashington that Villa is moving nearer the in- mother, Mrs. Thomas, is also prominent cieving that he was speaking memo- !! compete for work at ruinous prices,
ployers that ordered inaugurated on July 1, in the today put a stop to voluntary retirements purpose of keeping his men and an- Her husband, Capt. Humphrey himself fully, he would have said, i I ual job printer but for the sake of the
entire New diver fields. Violations in the Navy. Secretary imals supplied with wider and ap- Mackworth, of The Royal Monmouth "Ladies and Gentlemen, I am tryingto i i business itself.
on the part of the coal operators In Daniel decided that :this privilege proaching Juarez through the moun- shire Engineers, is the eldest son of get down to you and I am having a Mr. Mayes is a good looking serious -
Paint Creek and Cabin Creek's Coal might be abused so he took the ques- tains west of that town. Sir Arthur Macworth, and heir to the dhard time of it," but as I said, : kind of a man, and while one
River field of such great importance. tion up with President Wilson at a baronetcy.
are
taken as a whole, the effort was I might feel that a little too much of the
Haggerty said that the strike cabinet meeting with the result that BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG economics of the
worthy the occasion and showed a real printing businesswas
will become effective at all mines of the President signed the order which LEAGUESSpecial GERARD APPOINTMENT AP- appreciation of what the Association I in the thought he gave the Asso-
these sections where the violations of absolutdly prohibits officers who have PROVED J ciation at the time
stood for in the physical and moral same he was so
the terms of tie recent settlement not had twenty years active service to The Sentinel. development of the State. The deliciously in earnest about it that the
have been so numerous through the from availing themselves of voluntary National Berlin, June 27.-The selection of tation was extended by his invi-I audience did not care whether it was
strike retirement privileges. The effect New York, 3; Boston, L Justice James M. Gerard, of the New
zone.ACQUIUEb'OF I make Tampa the permanent meeting I Ii a good speech or not, or whether it
1; of the order will be Philadelphia, 1; Brooklyn 4
to retain in the York Supreme Court, as United States i place of the Association. suited the occasion or not.
: service who I Cincinnati, 5; Chicago, L II j
comparatively
MURDER young men ambassador to Germany was receivedby Mr. Frank E. Harris, Editor of the i' The morning session closed with a
otherwise might plead for St. Louis, 3; Pittsburg, 4. I
causes -vol- the German Office
Foreign yesterday I
I Ocala Banner, responded to the ad- display of the fire companies of Tampain
American
untary retirement.
Memphis, Tenr, June 27.-Mrs. and forwarded immediately to I dress of welcome. Mr. Harris bears a run that brought all her fire
I Boston, 10; New York, 3, first game. !i ,
Margaret Shieber, accused of murderin i Emperor William, who is attending a slight resemblance to Andrew Car- fighting apparatus to the hall where
Boston, 6; New York, 4, second game. I II
TWO NURSES j the Kiel The nomination
FOUND DEAD regatta. was
the second degree in connection negie, though he has none of the lat the delegates were assembled. It wai
with the death of her husband, Augustus : Chicago, 3; Cleveland, 2. I favorably received in official circles j ji i ii ter's conceit, and when he said he learned that this was done for the
I Bedford Hills j Washington, 2; Philadelphia, 0, first; and it is believed that the i
N. Y.
lumberman June 27. Rosalie i appointment
Shieber, a wealthy could not speak, you felt he was tell- benefit and instruction in modern city
found guilty today. The jury Roque, a French-Canadian and game. Washington, 5; Philadelphia, of Mr. Gerard will be accepted with- for
was not ing the truth and after he tried to, for equipment fighting fire for such
which received the care late yesterday Catherine Lacy,her cousin, both train- 11. second game.Southern out delay about a minute, you knew he was. places as Jacksonville, Pensacola, etc.
returned its verdict when court open- ed nurses, were found dead in their I With grace and purpose he asked per- ; Mr. Wallace F. Stovall will open
ed today. room today in the Bedford Hills Atlanta, Memphis, 1. TWO DIE IN ELECTRIC CHAIR mission to read what he had to say. the play at 3 o'clock with a discussion -
Shieber was shot in the apartmentsof branch of the Montefiore Home for 1 Mobile, 3; Nashville 1. He held in his hand a wonderfullysmall of "A Newspaper Man and His
I j Chronic Invalids. They had been Birmingham, 5; Montgomery, 0. Richmond, Va. June 27.-John V. "
shot ,
Mrs. Lillian Howell, an acquaintance manuscript from which he read j Conscience. Some subject when the
It not denied -I to death. A preliminary investigation Chattanooga-New Orleans, groundswet Carter, white, who killed his wife Feb- : did know
last February. was a marvelous lot, and about as good people not he had one, but
that Mrs. Shieber fired the bul- indicated that one of the women shot : ruary 6 in Spottsylvania county, af- reading and as pertinent facts as be- handled mighty well.
lets which killed her husband, but the I the other and then committed suicide. !, South Atlantic ter their separation, and Owen Gog- longs to the gathering of an organization I "Letting the Other Fellow Run
Columbus 2 Savannah 1.
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defense contended that they were not. ; gin, a negro, who attempted criminal, for such high purposes as' Your Paper" by R. R. Tomlin, of Plant
i OIL TANK EXPLODESSpecial Jacksonville, 5; Macon, 3. assault upon Mrs. Ras Nance, in Bedford i
those of the Press Association of the City.
I j Charleston, 3; Albany; 2. 4 to death ,
county April were put
DEPUTY SHERIFF SHOT Carolina I State of Florida. The old veteran "Boosting Your Home Town," by
to the Sentinel I in the electric chair at the penitentiary -
looked A. K. Wilson of Ft.
Pierce.
splendid with his handsome ,
Charlotte 6 1. ]
I Raleigh,
; here this morning.
Tallahassee, June 27.-While attempting I New York, June .-After the tank | No other games reported, account I crown of gray hair and refined face. i, "Day Dreams in the Newspaper
to arrest a negro charged Iof the Standard Oil tank ship, Mohawk 'rain. He told of the developments in this World," by Clarence E. Woods, of
with drawing a pistol on a bill collector exploded late here today, as she lay,( An excelsior factory to be erected I II state and its cities, since he had knownit Eustis.
Deputy Sheriff A. R. Matthis this in the Roadstead, off Staten Island, in Pensacola. I It in the years closing the Civil War,t j Occupied the sessions until the Ban-
morning was shot in the face and neck five men are missing and are supposedto |'' WEATHER REPORT I -I he walked in and out among the hap quet at the Tribune office tonight.
He is not believed to be seriously injured be dead. Six others were injured[I Scattered thunder showers Saturday Cap't Scott's Diary, in July, "Eve penings of the years with a steady

fatally. 4 and Sunday. t body. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0. I tread born of knowledge. He heart-1 Subscribe for the Sentinel.



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Domestic Problems Special Bargains during the remainder of this?month.
It.b one thing for a servant girl toJmow May be safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
her place, but quite a different and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every.
thing for her to keep it.-Ner Orleans bod)'. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
Picayune. where everythingis Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
St. Louis Waist Line Gingham, from 98c up.
guaranteed.
A fashion note says men are to havea Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
waist line. Some of them have to from 25c up.Ladies' .
draw it with a piece of chalk.-St. 1, Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
Louis Republic. : :styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Name for a Saw Allen & Co. I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from 1.98 up.
Peterze Iruchzizkowskelowski is the I Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
name of a cabinet maker in California, I Hats from 25c up.
and he uses his name for a saw.-Xew Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
Orleans Picayune.The. Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
JEWELERS I Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
Limit Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98t up. "
Probably the limit of England's en- Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
durance will not be reached until the and colors, from 50c up.
militant suffragettes begin building Orlando FloridaOur Boys'Pants from 25c up.
spit fences.-Cleveland Leader. Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 48c up. ': .
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. k "
New Xame for Central Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition -
We know of an excited German who I we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho '+ '
rushed to the telephone,seized the re-I trades with us. "
ceiver and shouted: "Hello, hello! Iss,, We want your trade and we assure you that we will ,
this the middle?"Hutchinson Gazette. Repair Department at f t give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee ;.', .
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satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and'" I :
i convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
Fads of Nation ,I your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

Every nation has its j
traits. That of the own Scotch inexplicable is-I ; H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando

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New York woman who has invented I
a dish washing machine is no
doubt a good-souled woman who has LISTEN TUf OAKlAND
not forgotten that she was a little \\'K DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST i

girl once.-Toledo Blade. 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each,.Worth $2.00, now ,
Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
Suggestion for CubaCuba's Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's: Livery Stable. THE CAR :
new president is deeply interested
in closer ties with the United- We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODY :
States. It is strange that the idea ; ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
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WINTER HOME NOTES SHERIFF'S NOTICETo i I.

Whom it May Concern I I.I
Take notice that under and *iy virtue of tn
Winter Home, Fla., June 26.-Mr. execution issuing out of the Circuit O>u-t of

Spangler, of Kansas City, was a visitor the for Seventh Orange County Judicial, upon Circa A vt ju]Florili
here on Monday, looking over the in a cause therein pendau wherein Will:amP ,
Blakely was plaintiff and Jajr P. Perry
beautiful location. Mr. Mallery of was defendant 1 have levied 'pt.a tud Will
Sphaler & Mallery entertained him offer for sale and will sell to tee hiRiust aid
Lest bidder for .ah at the front dor i.t the
while looking over the property. The court house in Orlando Orange Connor, Florida LINE MUSLIN UNDER- will sell Lime at 90c
between the hours of eleven o'coc! in the
motor boat being brought into requi- forenoon and two o'clock Ji the aternoon.
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4th, A. D.. 191'. the EMBROIDERIES
sition for that purpose, as nearly all upon Monday. August barrel delivered
same being a legal sales day of the said court, per ,
of Winter Home lands have a lake the following described land, situate lying LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS,
and Orange County, Florida towit:
being in
frontage and can be looked over without Commenece at the SE cor of the SE'4 of f five barrel lots.
exertion by the S\\4 of Sec 7 in Tp 22 S of R 28 E STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES -
any prospectors.D. cbs, thence N
and run W on Sec line 8.52
B. Sphaler was a welcome visitor 5.86 cbs.. thence E 8.52 cbs, thence S 56 I ETC.
cbs., to place of beg., containing 5 acres
on Monday. He was accompanied by more or less. i
H. C. Hammond, who Also commence on the Sec line between
was an over
Sec 7 and 18 in Tp 22 S of R 28 E at a Florida Metal Co.
Sunday visitor at Taft.A point 8.52 cbs, W of the !4 Sec post and run LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS
W 1.48 chs, thence N 5.86 cbs., thence E:
party of four young men from Or- 1.48 cbs., thence S 5.86 chs. to beg
lando drove over here bringing a boat' Also the N4! of S!:. the S1, of N}; and. McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING !
the Ek of the N 4 of the M\i4 of NE}. I
with them for the express purpose of' Sec 18 in Tp 22 S of R 28 E containing 25 McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

trying their luck with the finny tribe.I acres Also more the or south less.quarter of the northwest I Phone 41. I

They returned home well pleased with I quarter of the northeast quarter of
'eighteen (18)), township twenty-two section.) --
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the day's sport having correlled fifty()south, range twenty-eight. ((28), i
five nice bass some of which would (10) acres, more or less.FRANK .
GORDON, Sheriff.C.
weigh four pounds. No doubt they,I i B. ROBINSON 124 South Orange Avenue II .,..

will spread this news to other Orlando j I! Attorney for Plaintiff. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ill

fishermen, just to make them anxious!j i NOTICE I : [Lf II

you know. I I In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of FlorIda i _. J ., VACUUM CLEANERHave

Some of the residents of Winter I,I In the, petition Orange County of Ralph Stanley, ii i

Home, joined by those from Orange:Admr. etc., to sell land.
the affidavit of Wm.I I llllell"lelllllll'IIIIII'OII'I.tt'll8S
I It appearing from
Center are making arrangements toI Martin herein duly filed, that he is the agent|I
have a chicken fry some day next and attorney for the complainant in the above i
I cause and that to the best of his knowledgeand
week. This will be a substitute for; belief all of the respondents reside beyondthe | Ii
limits of the State of }Honda to-wit: PORTLAND
Fish, and no doubt will be thoroughly i i j, Minnie M. Doty, Rising City, Nebraska i your room or house
enjoyed by those participating, as fish:',Frederick Dedrick, of Mitchell, Nebraska, Jessie -
Neb, Ora M Price
J. Obert of Marquette
is not a rarity with Winter Home resi-I'of Scotts Bluff Neb., Cora Dedrick Adsit of I. cleaned without dust troubleof
dents. .Burwell Neb., Charles B Wilson of Holyoke I CEMENT"TilE or
i I Colorado Harry Cikon Rising City Neb.,
1 I Mottie J. Smith, Surprise Neb., Charles Doty
Frederick Duty, and Hubert Doty of Rising moving furniture .
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS' i City, Neb., Annie Cue of David City Neb,
Thessie Diehl Ray Doty of Rising City Neb., "TilE STANDARD BH1CII
MEETINGThe and Minnie Patterson of Crawford Colorado
I I I all of full age and May Belle Wright Roy ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED"I
Board of
Orange Sounty Com- Doty, Lloyd Duty and Nora Doty, minors of
missioners will meet in the Court Rising City Nebraska and all of the respon- State Distributor maintaining The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
dents are over the age of 21 years except am stocks both in
House on Monday, July 7, for the May Belle Wright Roy Doty, Lloyd Doty and Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in Tampa
Nora Duty and that there is no person in
purpose of equalizing taxes. All par- the State of Florida upon whom service of a 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will perienced man.
ties interested will take notice. subpoena would bind the respondents and
have schooner load of 13,200 at
Whereas said Ralph Stanley as administratoretc. a my Jacksonville agency
., has filed his petition to sell the following about the 20th of this month.
described real estate situate lying and beingin !
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT the County of Orange and State of Florida This is the largest single shipment of cement ever i SEE THEM FOR TERMS

At the solicitation of many citi- to-wit The:Southwest quarter of the southeast shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unload I Ij II j

zens of Orlando, I have consented to I quarter of Section 11, Township 22, South of ing, or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side I _
Range 30 East and also the following land in
be a candidate for the office of Alderman I Seminole County, to-wit Lot Five, Block delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges. ; ;
eight Tier eight of Sanford, Florida.

the resignation, to fill of the Mr.vacancy made. by I Florida Also :the Lots following 34 and lands 38 of in Harbor DeSoto View County De-, WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIVERED

Seegar.If Coster Addition Lots three Block 115 Grove TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE The PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ L CO"lncJ

all matters elected,and I will in the act interest impartially of all in .I City Block lots 132 Grove 14, 15,City.16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 of "

You
I are therefore.ordered to appear to this
the people. JAS. L GILES.ANNOUNCEMENT !Bill on Monday the 4th day of August 1913, the
I same being a Rule Day of this Court. MACON BRICK for all Purposes
: It is further ordered that this notice be published CHURCH STREETMIMMMIItMIIIIHIItlllllllimillM
I for four consecutive weeks, in the South LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy Brick 1
Florida Sentinel a newspaper published in
I Orange County Florida. BIBBS Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster
I hereby announce my candidacy I Witness, B. M. Robinson Clerk of said
I Court and the seal thereof this 25th day of i,
for alderman to fill the vacancy made June A. D. 1913. Offices Salesrooms, TVharves t I AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE

by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar (SEAL) B. M. ROBINSON Clerk. W R Fuller Trackage and Yards i H. A. RoystonHouse Those wishing to make trips for

subject to the election called for same WM.Attorney MARTIN for, Complainant. Hendry TAMPA and,Knifht FLORIDA Terminals Painting and CalciminingI business or pleasure, should see rat
and if elected will endeavor to fill 1 t for prices. Prompt service guaran

same to the interest of the city GOING AWAY? : HitlHMMnmilttltMMIHMItimitHittllliilliMRead have had years of experience and teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.I .

Respectfully, If so, don't forget to have the Daily I guarantee my work. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
GEO. A. BARKER. Sentinel follow Estimates cheerfully furnished I

(To July 8- I to your summer you-mailed home. No every extra day i I The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day Drop me a card and I will call.P. Money to loan on improved prop-

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that trade
is probably true ,
MORNING AND WEEKLY bodies in the Southeast have done
CLOTHING SALE
----- more active and effective work in the
toured at the post office at Orlando
past few months than ever before in
JJortda as Second Class MaO Matter.
'- RATES the same length of time. Moreover COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, LASTING THROUGH NEXT WEEK, WE WILL SELL ALL CLOTH- _
SUBSCRIPTION
more organizations of the kind have
been formed in the past few months ING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HANDLE. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS, THE BEST MADE. '

THE DAILY SENTINELOne than in any corresponding period be- WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SERGES, WORSTEDS, WOOL CRASH AND MOHAIRS. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED.

Year ...... ........... ... .$5.00 j PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE
fc Months .. ... ..... ....... 2.5Three fore.As a rule, these things have come SIZES ARE BROKEN.
Months .. ......... .. .. 1.25 about because of increased intereston :
the part of business men in these MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
By Dews carrier In Orlando. 50 cents peponth.

Daily and Sunday. organizations. Business men are $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for -___ --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for --__________ ________________ $4.50

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found coming to realize as never before how $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for _____ --------------- 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for --__________ ________________ 4.00
tale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal's Book much trade bodies can accomplish for
tort, and Wright Brothers. the general good of cities, towns and $18.00 Suits for ______________ --------------- 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 3.50

We will appreciate prompt complaint if communities. They are being broughtto $15.00 Suits for _____________ --------------- 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ---_________ ________________ 2.50
Islrrery is not promptly made by our carriers this realization by actual accom-
have fine line of White Linen Duck and White
-- --- We a Serge Trousers.
Advertising rate. will be furnished on ap. plishments and naturally they are giv-
)llution. ing the organizations a greater meas- New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL ure of support.
For year by mail, postage paid.........1.0 I It is upon the officers of the trade
SCRUGGS & DICKSON
AAdrest THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. organizations that the chief respon-
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building sibility rests. The president and other lt
Phone 24
officials may be interested and active,I

J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor but their individual interests must occupy -

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor their time and attention, while I --- -- ,
the businesS of the trade board is the REGARDING CITY BONDS THE BUDGET SYSTEM to the fiscal affairs of the government. The Pensacola Journal of the 23rdsa's

SATURDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1913. individual business of its secretary. I I I Accepting the idea that a budget formis : "Melons will start moving tomorrow -
It is self-evident that without the I There is very little satisfction in !1 Democratic leaders of the House of necessary, the selection of the par- morning from over the P. &

The fellow who can take advice sel- backing of the business men of a crying over spilled milk. There is Representatives are about ready to ticular form is only a matter of book- : A. division. The crop i s a few days

dom needs it. town the trade board secretary can- very little use in adversely criticising i abandon the plan for obtaining the keeping knowledge, such as is possessed late this year compared with previous
not accomplish far-reaching results. custodians of the city's affairs for by any well equipped accountant. t
o the : enactment of a budget system of handling seasons, but the melons are said to be
Today is yesterday's pupil and a Not only is it necessary to have the having failed to sell, when possible, I government appropriations at the There is no mystery about the much larger than heretofore and the

poor one at that. fund that is made up by the dues I the bonds for much needed improve- !i next session of Congress. The budget matter whatever.The )"icldi11 also be larger. The first
o which members pay, but there must be I ments. It is to be persumed that the ,i committee of the House Democraticcaucus English government employsthe car will come out from Sneads tomor-
Some people seem to live a long active interest and co-operation on the Council or the finance committee acted will meet June 2, but it has budget system in handling prob- row morning. It was thought Fridaytha
time just to spite the other people. part of members. with a conscientious regard for their been stated there is no hope of any lems involving finance and the United tit would be shipped, but it could
o There are towns and cities in the obligations in placing bonds only as ., decisive program being formulated at States will have to come to it sooneror not be loaded in time. It is possibletwo
The great trouble with the Euro- Southeast which afford notable instances funds were required, trusting to the that meeting. The members of this later.
will be
cars shipped from Grand
pean status quo is that it won't stay of such co-ope ration-and the credit and good name of Oakland as committee are declared to be widely
put. growth of those places is notable. a sufficient argument to ensure the variance in their opinions as to the You may fail, but you might try to Ridge tomorrow, al 1 going to the

o The trade board secretary can accomplish placing of the balance as required.At j. form the budget system should take. love your neighbor as yourself. I Northern markets. By the end of the

Next to a young father, a young much when he has active, this late hour it is a condition, There is no reason why a budget o week the movement of melons will be

bridegroom is the happiest young contiual co-operation. Lack of it is a not a theory, that confronts us. Of I; form cannot be made up, if the Demo- People who travel at a rapid pacearen't in full swing with many carloads
great handicap.-Industrial Index. all sad words of tongue or pen, the I I believe in that I
person the old world has ever seen. i crats form as applied necessarily fast friends. I passing through each day."
o saddest are these; it might have been.I

It begins to look as if the time had TWIN BILLSIt Of course every one deplores the pres-
ent depleted treasury, the present
arrived when no elopement can be
considered complete without a press seems to be the well accepted temporary black eye to tht city's am-
bition and the suspension of work up-
agent. theory now that currency reform and,
o tariff reform are twin measures. They on the city schools. JUNE WEDDINGWhile
While Florida is suffering from a are both measures of vital importance -I However, even in this extremity, all
drouth of great severity, there is a to the masses, and up to the is not lost save honor. We may speed-
grain of consolation in the news that present writing currency legislationand ily adjust ourselves to the present con-
drouth is universal over the coun- tariff schedules have been the ditions of the money market and- "Dan Cupid" never quitshis job or loafs, yet the Month of June
try. work of the interests who have made more especially-to the purchasingpower seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
o such laws as would most benefit their of the people. It is quite within weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
Chairman Billy Smith's ideas oj bank account. ( reason to state that, were the bonds for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

compensation for city officials are a The people are about to have a new I framed exactly to the people's liking, ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
little extravagant for a wee city like freedom with the removal of the tram-I there would be an immediate sale your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
Orlando. Those are New York fig- mels of the tariff and the currency I right here at home, to complete the We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
ures. reform bill is of such close kin to the schools under construction.If Stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silversmiths -
o tariff that it is impossible to divorce the bonds were issued in $100 Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
denominations and made to bear five .
There are lots of property owners the two if we are to have a financial country.
who sing of mansions in the skies, system that will withstand the assaults per cent interest, as small bonds reas- The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -
yet they refuse to repair the roof of of the money power, who, when onably. might, the chances are that if out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
an old shack for a tenant without they see fit can inflate or contract the I those who are interested in the schools inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
raising the rent. currency of the country at will. I'j'would se eto it that sales were made ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
fast enough to keep construction go-
o Mr. Wilson is laying the axe at the to-date merchandise.
As long as it is just as easy to grasp root of the tree by taking away from ing until the buildings now contractedfor

the rose as the thorn, why tear the the lions of Wall street the power to were completed. The actual REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf
hand by plucking the thorn? The breathe peace or torment upon the amount required to finsh the schoolsnow
rosy view of life has a healing and commercial of Aemrica. in course of erection is $1,630,000.
interests have laid in bureau
you away your drawer or in a safety deposit box,
I Contracts for the Durant school,
soothing effect and costs not even an I pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
effort.A $160,000, and for the Lockwood school,
I Some New York women have organized $75,000, have not been let. mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
o a fire prevention association toncourage can be wrought through the skill of our worker in gold and gems.
Chicago "what to do Of the total bond issue proposed
paper says I
housewives to avoid fire ,' Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
with the old tin cans is becoming at $1,861,000 remains unsold.-Enquirer,
hazards by awarding prizes for clean,
Oakland, Cal.Because .
serious problem. In Orlando that is
rubbishless homes. I
a simple proposition. Just tie them to
the tails of untaxed dogs and they will o II 1, every man occasionally
I
be removed quickly.To Men and women take desperate ;'acts! like one is all the demonstration -
o chances sometimes-for instance when I needed of the theory that fools JewelerOPPOSITE

a people as sensative to the note they get married. I i are born at the rate of one a minute.

of patriotism as the American peo-
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ple, the attitude of Governor Blease, IIMtHMMIMMatlMIIHMtfMlilttllMtMtmilMMRebuilt
of South Carolina, on the military sit- POST OFFICE
uation of his State is sadly out of har-
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
mony with Americanism.The .
o Cars

most grievous error that man

ever made, is to assume that any one ,
man is indispensible. God never 'i
made indespensible men. However -,

great and however important, one f
man may be there is another ready to i Clean Sale
take his place when o he steps aside. $625.00For Sweep


The wife of Mayor Harrison, of Chi- a 1912 Foredoor E. M. F. "30" Demi-

cago, is a sutrra ette. The Mayor ad- ; Tonneau. This car in perfect condition, run

ballot vises the granted women them now, it that is up having to themto the less than 4,000 miles. Car has full equipment Begllllill i i Satill'iIay' Jib 28

the use arguments it and demonstrate they made the in efficacyof secur- [ [ J,

ing the right to vote. And herein is the
kernel of the proposition. To use $175.00
wisely. the privileges bestowed uponus. ; Continuing Through July 13 I

Cadillac. Car has just
a one cylinder
o T GIVEN AWAYTo
It is considered probable that one been overhauled, and new parts put in where Free Fre !

reason why Americans have been slow needed. Tires all round are practically new,
to learn a foreign language for use the first hundred
one customers
entering store tickets
and actually worth nearly the new price. my will
abroad is to be found in the fact that
there has been little necessity for be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

seeking positions in other countries. In! three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and- the
the teaching profession, particularly,
the present supply of well-trained $600.00For selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.

workers is by no means adequate for M d
the demand. For a Model "38" Buick. Car in fine running

o shape, looks well, and has plenty of power. STORE CLOSED All DAY FRIDAY
One of the greatest educators of
the day defines culture and greatnessof
mind as consisting of an open mind,II *..', = YOURS FOR BUSINESS

trained to careful thinking, instructedin
methods of philosophical investigation ,

acquainted in a gerenal way with Marion B.
Ives

humility.tions accumulated and above The thought number all, penterated of who past can genera-come with [ I. %W. r PHILLIPS & SONSSUCCESSORS


to this full orbed definition of great- TO EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
ness and culture are few in deed

and yet there is not a single elementin S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE Floor
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with the immediate requirements of our customers by adding In fine quality Cambrics, trimmed with Linen Torchon and Or the much asked for "Teddy Bears" in white only, trimmed 1

Valenciennes. Absolutely new designs. Excellent value at with fine linen Torchon lace. ALL SIZES. Specially priced ,
to our own. The I latest additions are the ,
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The "EIFFEL HOSE" *

New Princess SIis I The New Muslin om inations S THE HOSE QUALITY-THE E HOSE OF SATISFACTION. \

As we announced before the sole .
we are representatives of this
In fine white lawn trimmednth 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. become a purchaser we are sure of the result. Try our three t

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

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of Cleveland, Ohio, are in Orlando the I II I I I
guests of the San Juan. t; The order of Knights of Pythias Yesterday afternoon, Messrs. Wal- Cool
THE TUNER ; i I hold a Memorial exercise each year I' ker and Sims, of the City Park Com- Drinks 11

ORLANDO FLA. for deceased members. :i i mittee, Messrs. Bradshaw and Howard -

: Attorneys Victor Starbuck, Leroy B.I j I Welcome Lodge No. 9, of this city,1 of the Board of Trade, Messrs. -.-- FOR ==
I. Giles and Charles Dickinson went to will observe the day Sunday at 4:30 I Bradley and Palmer of the Municipal -
i j DeLand yesterday on legal business. I' p. m., at their Castle Hall, corner of League and Mrs. Patterson and HOT WEATHERLIMEADE
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Mr. N. P. Yowell and E. G. Duck-! I
I Orange and Central avenues. i I Mrs. Newell, of the Civic League, met
worth went to Sanford on business I! I I
Erwin Wey of Orlando, is the guestof The exercises will consist of the i I,i with Mr. C. P. Dow in the People's
yesterday. 1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ritualistic service, with. selections by i I i National Bank and went over the Park
I',I t
I Wey, for a couple of weeks.-Bartow the Orchestra and a male quartette.'. proposition. Mr. Dow insisted that
Mrs. C. H. Hoffner left yesterdayfor
Record.I An address will be made by the : the Board of Control should be selected -
Litchfield Minn., where she will|I
I Grand Chancellor of the State, Hon.1 I equally from the City Council and t
spend the summer. j I i E. P. Snyder and wife, who have W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee. the three civic bodies with the subscribers LEMONADE

': spent the winter in this city, left for All members and friends of the or- I to the stock selecting the odd
Mr .and Mrs. H. S. Thomas and Miss I i'
:their home in Bay View, Mich., yes- der are invited to be present. man who shall be a sort of umpire or GRAPE JUICE .
Thomas, of DeLand, were among the 1
terday. referee or as you may
';i i moderator, or
visitors to Orlando yesterday. '
CIVIC LEAGUE please to designate that person.
'I Hon. Braxton Beacham and Dr. J. !j jI i The Council Committee seemed will-
We can furnish the material. A barrel of limes
Prof. and Mrs. F. S. Wetzel,of Tampa -: I I and a
W. Stagg returned last night from ing to make any reasonable concession
The
: regular monthly meeting of the .
came up yesterday for a visit to I 1 box of lemons received i
Besides just
I Tampa. They both report a most enjoyable Womans' Civic League will meet in: that would secure the park.
W. Coleman.
Prof and Mrs. S. |
|i trip.Henry the Auditorium of the School House !1 the special committee, Mr. J. W. Jackson Welch's Grape Juice always in stock.
Tuesday June 30th, at 3:30 !; chairman of the City Street ,
J. B. Gunsales and Henry Smith of i p. m. f
,
Jacksonville in Orlando ypster- ':| Wiley, of Hudson, Michigan, Every woman is urged to attend this, Committee, was present and Mr. J. I
were has arrived in the city and will spend meeting. The League is anxious to'I'Ic.I Patterson, both of whom partici-
I I
day and looked at several grove prop- THE SANITARY GROCERY :,
erties. I I I several weeks arranging to have a promote town wide interest and en : pated in the discussion and the general

home built. thusiasm. Mr. Ramsey, City Engineer impression is that the Council and Mr. CARUTHERS & GORE
I I
I has items of Dow will reach an agreement at their
some special note to place
Dr. A. B. Whitman and T. S. Barn-: I '
Mr. W. M. Pendergrass, one of the before this next regular meeting, July 8. Phone and
hill, who attended the State Dental;' meeting. If each and every I I 200 6 8 East Pine Street I
right hand men in at Duckworth'sstore .
Association at Atlantic Beach, have I one will remember that there is
returned home. left yesterday for Atlanta, fora strength in numbers and come to this. REUNION OF CLASS OF 1906 '1111" IIIII'III'IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"l i

I short vacation. meeting it will be a success. I II I -
Sentinel advertisers are Orlando! |I I The graduates of the Orlando High .. DO IT TONIGHTGo COLONIAL PARK BOOMING

and Orange county boosters. Don't:,i 1 Mr. James Knox is now having the FINCH SCRUGGS, JR., INJURED I|i School of the class of 1906 held a happy -
material assembled for his new brick reunion yesterday at the home of to the Orland Hotel tonight and Since the platting of Colonial Park t
forget them when you have money to ;
spend for something in their line. i|business building on Court Street Master Finch Scruggs, Jr., is suf-1 Miss Fannie Robinson. Including the partake freely of the good dinner that. last winter, the Carl Dann real estate t
''next to the Arcade building. fering from a painful accident which 'hostess, five members were present: will be served by the ladies of the agency who has charge of the sales
Fannie Berry, Methodist Church. Dinner will be has sold lots
occurred Misses Claire Robinson, to the following:
Witha
Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Phillips arrived on Thursday morning.
from Orlando this morning to spend a'' Speaking about good eating, but you companion, he leaned against a Millie Smith and Mrs. Leonard Bank-, served from six to. ten and everyone J. E. Nicholson 4, M. S. Little 4,

few days enjoying the beauties of St.i 1 just want to remember that the Ladies heavy iron chain across the gatewayof ner,and the afternoon was most pleasantly will be promptly waited on so that W. H. Smith 1, Mrs. Dwight G. Phil. .
Petersburg.-St. Petersburg Independent. -lof the Methodist Church are going to the Saunders' home on North Or- spent in recalling bright mem- business men will not long be kept ips 3, J. L. Allen 1, Mrs. Lena B. Gar-

serve chicken pilleau at the Orland ange avenue and one of the heavy ce ories of "School Days. A number of from their business. vin 3, J. R. Yearby 1, J. B. Long 3,
Hotel from six to ten o'clock. Also ment posts fell, striking Finch on kodak pictures were taken of the ': E. C. Moore 3, Mrs. Luelle J. Jones 6, !

Mr .and Mrs. J. K. Quinn, of Fair- ice cream and cake. the shoulder, and breaking his collar group, these to be sent to the absent WELL DRESSED MEN Hubert Cox 1, Mrs. Sarah R. Manahan

mount, Nebraska, are among those bone. Although extremely painful, the class-mates, Mrs. Holbrook and Miss 2, A. I. Johnson 2, T. II. Evans 1,
who became property owners in Or- Orange buyers are already in the injury is not serious, and it is hoped Ethel Crawford. Scruggs & Dickson are still dress- Clinton Hastings 3, J. F. Schumann 1,
field taking over crops of fruit for Robinson prettily as- latest J. T. Dale 1, Wm. H. Eaton 4 W. H.
in
lando before leaving for the northern that hell soon be out again. Miss Mary ing up men styles at bargain ,
home. shipment next season. Last week T. sisted by Mrs. Gray Rush, served the prices. These special prices do not Taylor 1Ir.. Hurd 4, J. M. Pope 1,
I. H. Prevatt, of Seville, was the first SHOPPER'S DAY guests to a delicious salad course. last long. Remember that procrasti-j Mrs. Eaton 1, Sam Eastham 1, M. F. II

Mr. S. S. Griffin who was only a of that fertile section of the county, nation is the thief of time, and it is i Harding 2, Sophie Kanner 1. ('HW.:
to sell his fine crop of oranges.V 0- Davis 3 E. S. 2 J. C. Schnarr 1
in ,
up to you to get line if you get Keys ,
receptive candidate for the office of Today is Marion Ives Day. Today TO HOT TO COOKNo
lusia County Record. share of the Miss Ada Reed 3, W. H. Brokaw 1.
your bargain plums.Shanibarger's |
Alderman authorizes the Sentinel to, begins the big special sale that hasso t I i!

say that he has withdrawn from the, Messrs. Ange & Bates, mausoleumand many good bargains for ladies, and one cares to do much cooking .
race and will not be a candidate. monument builders from Indiana, the ladies of Orlando have the reputa- these days, especially on Saturday I'I Sundries. for bicycles and ASK your grocer for Jackson Square

are in the city and will endeavor to tion of being good shoppers, for they, evening, so go right down to I! tf Coffee 6-21-tf

Orlando is having such a big crop interest citizens of Orlando in a structure. know a good thing when they see it the Orlando Hotel and regale the -- -- --.---
of new buildings that when winter They have well worked out plans I. and take advantage of it. "inner man" with some of that excellent -

tourist friends come back next fall which they will submit and seem to be chicken pillau and delicious ice
they will be enquiring of the blue men thoroughly versed in their line. I Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and cream and cake which will be served
coats where the home they left behind quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers there today by the ladies of the Methodist AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
them last spring is located. Subscribe for the Sentinel. I & Gore. Try it. church from six to ten o'clock. I

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Program and ready to run.
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\ "THE EVIL ONE" (Drama) . . ._. . . . Lubin ,

unusual Indian fresh and dramatic
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:NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF GREAT IS THE ONION iMttiimiimiiiiMin .


FLORIDAThe And now comes-Dr. E. T. Wilson, an I ulf Relining Co.t

the statement
with
English physician,
St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce ,
was thoroughly organized at its that if we were to destroy the onion

last meeting. there would be a gap in the universe 11111.

that could never be filled. t

The board of county commissioner "Kill the onion," says Dr. Wilson, Kerosene

for Madison county are receiving bid "and you have destroyed an article

up to July 1st for the erection of anew of food that can never be replaced. GasolineLubricating YOUR SEWER
court house. j Kill anything else and there is a

I; substitute. The potato is kin to the _
I cereal cabbage and turnip and cauliflower -
;
The corn crop of Escambia count]
i are of the same family; bean, CONNECTION
promises to be the largest for a number I
there are enlongated peas; the lemon is ;a Oils and Greases
All the an
of years. crops
pessimistic orange; the watermelon is _

said to be doing-well. I the survivor of the cucumber, and so< Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

Prof. J. P. Murphy, former principal on.
But the onion is alone, unique, triumphant ...... '
School has
of the Chipley High I
,! It is a special creation I to<
of the Indus-
been chosen president
tempt the palate of a weary world 1
trail School at Mariana for the com
Man in his wisdom might have guessed -

ing year. ,. everything else under the sun, bu PHONES 126Jj{ You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks
i I onion .
fishi he never would have guessed an
The wharf of the Long Wharf Science may deduce a new star before and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which
Co., at Port St. Joe collapsed Monday; ,:I! Orlando FloridaillHIIIIIHUMUIIIItMi
it becomes visible, or something ,
carrying with it the fish house locate. will be some months hence.
: the I
more marvelous than radium, but
the wharf. The loss was a heavy,I
on onion would have gone uninvented forever Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con-
one to the owner, J. J. Valentine. I i -- -
had its own insinuating, yet not
I I tracts with to make these connections
bashful,quality forced itself into tear BUSINESS BOOSTER you now any time
Latest estimates place the total ,: CLASSIFIED
I brimmed eyes and upon anticipator advertisements within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
classified
damage to property in Gadsden county Business Boosters ( -
I lip.-Tampa Tribune. received after 10 o'clock .
at not less than one million dollar I ) for 13 cents per foot.Give .
i midnight, will be run in the "Too Lat<
as a result of the hail and wind storm column.
I Three of the twenty-six students to Classify" this work to home and
which visited that section last Thurs Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- your company we are
from Florida who attended the Ala words-ont. time 2i
day night. I proximately 30 : here to see that it is satisfactory to and
at Auburn week you,
I bama Polytechnic Institute cents; three times 50 grits; one

last session were awarded a certificate (six daily and one weekly editions, ]) do not have to for it until
in satisfied
The Interstae Fair will open $1.00; one month, $3.00. you pay you are
meritin
distinction for special
of
Pensacola on Thursday, October 23rd, and with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
conduct and scholarship granted loan
and will continue for eight days. The Money to on improved prop-

date has been changed in order not to i an honor scholarship which exempts erty. S. Y. WAY inspector and certified to by him.

with the Alabama State Fair from non-resident tuition fees. The
conflict
I young men are W. B. and W. H. Tis- ] ASK your grocer for Jackson Square
at Birmingham.It Coffee. 6-21-tf.
I, dale of Bluff Springs, and W. E. Arnold
!I of Jacksonville.-Pensacola Jour FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real;
is estimated that more than 150
I Estate see Jansen & Watkins
cars of tomatoes have been shipped I, nal. I II 6241m.

from Ojius, in Dade county, duringthe I --- I r
season. Next year's crop will far Much Adieu By Sara 1 LOST-Two wire stretchers; return
to Helms' Hardware Company and
exced this, it is predicted, and the i get reward. 6-23 5t

acreage will be largely increased. I "Perhaps I shall come back again," i iI ----- -
I II I said Sara Bernhardt to a New York i iI FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger The F. JOSEPH RAEHN
I I touring car. Large and roomy.
Last week an important cattle deal : reporter. On her next farewell appearance 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.

took place in Arcadia when the Parker I I she should present IuchI
I BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
and King Brothers sold a thousand or I I Adieu About Nothing. -Cleveland suburb in east part of the city. Carl Plumbing and Heating Co.

more head of beef cattle to a packing Plain Dealer. Jensen.
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in St. Louis. This stock was I
company
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -
laoded in Arcadia and shipped directto JOB PRINTINGOur to the Northeast of the city andI

St. Louis, where it was slaughtered : still have some choice lots there. ._ ,_ "_ "_ "_ 11111._ .. .. .. ... ......... .. .. .. .. .- ,-r.- .. ... .- .- .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..oIL..IL ...... .. .. . . . _ _
Carl Jensen.
at once. job department is equipped .,. -
r I' with up-to-date faces of type, modern FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
Plans for making the park in Dania machinery and competent workmen, all modern conveniences. Garagefor

one of the most beautiful on the East and prepared to turn out beautiful auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
515. East street. 5-15 tl A NEW ASSORTMENT
Coast are being made by the Ladies'Civic and artistic work. Estimates furnished

Improvement Club of that place.i and satisfaction guaranteed. FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur-

Work will be started Monday, drives nished and unfurnished. OF
and walks will be rocked, and a nice I JAMES A. KNOX. --- .

pavilion} will be erected in the centerof erty.Money to loan on improved S. Y. WAY.prop 6-26 tf. t Tar paD >zrCaTA

the place. Ground will be
pretty I FOR RENT P
'cleared and many beautiful flowers I Ratine HatsAT
I Seven room cottage close in, No.
will be planted.The .
I 408 East Pine street. All modern con

I ''I veniences. Possession at once. Lord
biggest fire to occur in Lakeland & Bradshaw. 6-26 6'OUNDA
i I DON'T BE AFRAIDTo --
in some time occurred just at

noon last Saturday, when fire broke i breast pin containing

out in a negro shanty and spread so pictures of children. Owner can+

rapidly that before the flames were I have same by calling at. this office MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
and paying for notice.COSTSomewhere let oour children eat Ice Cream !
finally controlled the A. M. E. church, I _
-simply caution them to insist
large Masonic hall and four negro on the streets of:

houses were a complete loss, and a I Orlando, a ladies gold watch. Had upon Agents for Barclay Corsets
fifth house was badly damaged. The name of W. A. Starkey on the attached
medal. Finder leave at this office
houses and the Masonic hall, it is un. and receive reward. POINSETTIAThere

derstood, were insured. THE SUMMERGIRL I 6-25 MMMItMlttMMmMMMMillHMHtmimai

is a dealer in your town
She delights in eating superbly exquisite -! CHAPMAN HOUSE
Within week construction work
a that makes a specialty of FOINSETTIA -
chocolates and bonbons as Six dollars a week and up. No. 308
will be commenced in Pensacola
on Ice Cream and you can
much as the winter girl-so don't forget West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc-
the foot of the
new 1,000 pier Gulf safely send your children there
n CONNECTION
Florida & Alabama railroad. Six hun- i to send your Lady Love a box of Ewan; proprietress. 6-121 mo. unattended, for POINSETTIA Ice
delicious confections as regularlyas
dred feet of this pier will be covered our Cream is made from PURE _
did in the cool months. Roberta Branch will be pleased to
with a fire proof shed. The pier will you CREAM thoroughly sterilized andis
Here we have everything in Sweets take a limited number of pupils for
be about 1,200 feet in length and SAFE.
that will delight the most experienced fiano study, and is especially interested
100 feet in width. The present pier I
will also be widened and two more and critical of feminine palates.IUTT'S in beginners. Lessons given atpupils' House connections to the sewer mains shouldbe
homes if so desired. BY
FOR SALE
tracks tracks. laid, making a total of five I Kandy Kitchen 6-19 tf made now. Sign contract now while your


TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE V.W.ESTCS&CO.ORLANDO street is being worked on so as to have street

Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly opened up finished.

used, one rebuilt machine and one FLA.No. .

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA second hand Underwood. <

Call at my office and see bargainsin S

Typewriters and Fireproof Iron
See W. L. COBB
Safes. C. S. McEWAN.


Regular DownpourOF 5-13 tf. - -

EVERY BODY'S DOING IT ; F.D. Harvey&Co.Phone
S ire"a"
.... -, Automobiling,we are open for dates S .

picnic parties, or a crowd for an

evening drive. Call 360 or ask for (Net Sold in Stores) 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.

BARGAINS 3. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf

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Wear a corset made to fit you. A.kfor
FOR RENT demonstration. Call send -
a or postcard -- -
Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient toSPIRELLA

for business people, also lighthouse

? By securing your personal keeping. Delightful location CORSET PARLORS FRANK HYRESArtificial
3IS West St, Cor. South Orlando, Fla.
with or without board. Terms very
needs now, you can make more MRS. J. VAN BUSKIR CorsetlerehMMIMMMMMIMMMtf
easonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel -

clear money than by any day's office. 5-22 tf
StoneBuilding

work you have ever done Every BARGAIN IN A PRESS I

Two revolution, seven-column quarto -
thing in our store is being sold Campbell press. Does good work. WE PAY A PREMIUMFOR

A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando YOUR CASH J
at a sacrifice.Be Blocks, Cement Brick, House

Fla. Foundations, all styles of Concrete
sure and visit our store. It I
iONEY TO LOAN-On city By giving you MORE and BETTER Columns, and Balusters, also all kindsof

will eventually pay you. Remember erty. See Jansen & Watkins.I prop-I material for LESS price. We J Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
6241m. I carry in stockEVERYTHING
lookers are welcomed as politely I ---- -- - -- ---- Colored Facings
NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS '!

as buyers. Bids will be received for the over-
From the brick for the foundation to X
hauling and construction of rooms in f fI inside finish buy from
us J
you can
I the Court House for jury quarters.)! everything you may need for building Phone 159-Works, Livingston Ave. on R.R.

Plans and specifications will be on file i\ or construction. We sell direct

in the office of the Clerk of the Cir'cuit II to the builder.

Brown & Larti ueMen's Court. Bids will be received up -- -

i to the meeting of the Board of County DYE LUMBER COMPANY JGainesrille. GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections -, Money to loan on Improved prop]

Commissioners on the First Monday Fla. at about one-third less than us- :erty. S.aYe WAY|

and Boys' Outfitters in July. P. 0. Box F4JJHIHMMItMMMMMttl ual list prices. Full line in stock. I. I I tI

By order of County: Commissioners. W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church Shanibarger's for bicycles ar
No. 1 !
I B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk. street Sundries.

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ing While their overloaded other houses stocks are hiding WE are ways endeavoring and means to keep of Rebuc-pace T Hie neW Corset t Covers T The neW U RiIett I e r lJornUma I I tl(IOns


with the immediate requirements of our customers by adding In fine quality Cambrics, trimmed with Linen Torchon and Or the much asked for "Teddy Bears" in white only, trimmed

to our own. Tea I t es t additions are the Valenciennes. Absolutely new designs. Excellent value at with fine linen Torchon lace. ALL SIZES. Specially priced

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New N e Princess F r S Slips S I I S The "EIFFEL HOSE"

Tne NeW Muslin orn (inations THE HOSE OF QUALITY-TIi E HOSE OF SATISFACTION. ,

As we announced before, we are the sole representatives of this
with Valenciennes Torchon and
In fine white lawn trimmed ,
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. become a purchaser we are sure of the result. Try our three .

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





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I of Cleveland, Ohio, are in Orlando the I -
WADE I guests of the San Juan. j The order of Knights of Pythias Yesterday afternoon, Messrs.Val-
THE TUNER i hold a Memorial exercise each year ': ker and Sims, of the City Park Committee I Cool Drinks i
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ORLANDO FLA. for deceased members. .
i i iI j i Messrs. Bradshaw and Howard
J Attorneys Victor Starbuck, Leroy B.j Welcome Lodge No. 9, of this city,j I of the Board of Trade, Messrs. -- *
Giles and Charles Dickinson went to' will observe the day Sunday at 4:30 ;'1 Bradley and Palmer, of the Municipal -

DeLand yesterday on legal business. I' p. m., at their Castle Hall, corner of ; League and Mrs. Patterson and HOT WEATHERL
Mr. N. P. Yowell and E. G. Duck. !
Orange and Central avenues. I i I Mrs. Newell, of the Civic League, met I Ii
worth went to Sanford on business]
i Erwin Wey of Orlando, is the guestof The exercises will consist of the i.i with Mr. C. P. Dow in the People's
yesterday.Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ritualistic service, with, selections by !1: National Bank and went over the Park
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I Wey, for a couple of weeks.-Bartow the Orchestra and a male quartette. ', proposition. Mr. Dow insisted that
C. H. Hoffner left yesterday '
Record.E. An address will be made by the the Board of Control should be selected -
for Litchfield, Minn., where she willl
I Grand Chancellor of the State, Hon.I'I equally from the City Council and
spend the summer. !: P. Snyder and wife, who have W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee. i; the three civic bodies with the sub- LEMONADE
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spent the winter in this city, left for All members and friends of the or- scribers to the stock selecting the odd
Mr.and Mrs. H. S. Thomas and Miss i
their home in Bay View, Mich., yes- der are invited to be present. 'I man who shall be a sort of umpire or GRAPE JUICEWe
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Thomas, of DeLand, were among the: 1 I.
terday. moderator, or referee or as you may
!
visitors to Orlando yesterday.
CIVIC LEAGUE j i please to designate that person.
Hon. Braxton Beacham and Dr. J. I seemed will-
j i The Council Committee
Prof and Mrs. F. S. Wetzel,of Tampa -, i I can furnish the material. A barrel of limes and a \ \
W. Stagg returned last night from to make reasonable concession
for visit to The regular monthly meeting of the ing any
came up yesterday a Tampa. They both most I 1 I the Besides box of lemons just received
Prof. and Mrs. W. S. Coleman. I report a en- Womans' Civic League will meet in that would secure park.
Ij joyable trip.Henry I'I committee, Mr. J. W. Jackson -
r j the Auditorium of the School House. the special Welch's Grape Juice always in stock.
J. B. Gunsales and Henry Smith of i Tuesday, June 30th, at 3:30 p. m. !I'I chairman of the City Street
( Wiley, of Hudson, Michigan, Committee, was present and Mr. J.
Jacksonville, were in Orlando ypster- '' Every woman is urged to attend this ,
)has arrived in the city and will spend meeting. The League is anxious to I'I C. Patterson, both of whom participated
day and looked at several grove prop- THE SANITARY GROCERY 1
erties. I several weeks arranging to have a promote town wide interest and en-I 1 I in the discussion and the general
home built. thusiasm. Mr. Ramsey, City Engineer impression is that the Council and Mr.
I j I CARUTHERS & GORE
I I t m MH has items of !I i Dow will reach an agreement at their
some special note to place
Dr. A. B. Whitman and T. S. Barn-' '
hill, who attended the State Dental: Mr. W. M. Pendergrass, one of the before this meeting. If each and every I I next regular meeting, July 8. I Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street .
right hand men in at Duckworth'sstore \
Association at Atlantic Beach, have' one will remember that there is
returned home. left yesterday for Atlanta, fora strength in numbers and come to this REUNION OF CLASS OF 1906 t.'IIII IIIIIIIIIII'II"IIIIIIIIIIIIII""IIIIIIII'
short vacation.Mr. meeting it will be a success. j -

Sentinel advertisers are Orlando j I The graduates of the Orlando High .. DO IT TONIGHT COLONIAL PARK BOOMING

and Orange county boosters. Don't :, James Knox is now having the FINCH SCRUGGS, JR., INJURED j|School of the class of 1906 held a happy -
forget them when you have money to:,material assembled for his new brick 1 reunion yesterday at the home of Go to the Orland Hotel tonight and Since the platting of Colonial Park
business building on Court Street I: Robinson. Including the partake freely of the good dinner that last winter the Carl
spend for something in their line. i| Master Finch Scruggs, Jr., is suffering Miss Fannie Dann real estate
___ I next to the Arcade building. from a painful accident which 1'hostess I five members were present: will be served by the ladies of the agency who has charge of the sales

Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Phillips arrived occurred on Thursday morning. Witha Misses Claire Robinson, Fannie Berry, Methodist Church. Dinner will be has sold lots to the following:
from Orlando this morning to spend a'; Speaking about good eating, but,you companion, he leaned against a Millie Smith and Mrs. Leonard Bank- served from six to ten and everyone J. E. Nicholson 4, M. S. Little 4,

few days enjoying the beauties of St.Petersburg. .;just want to remember that the Ladiesof heavy iron chain across the gatewayof ner, and the afternoon was most pleas- will be promptly waited on so that W. H. Smith 1, Mrs. Dwight G. Phil-
.-St. Petersburg Independent. -: the Methodist Church are going to the Saunders' home on North Or- antly spent in recalling bright memories business men will not long be kept ips 3, J. I,. Allen 1, Mrs. Lena B. Gar-
serve chicken pilleau at the Orland ange avenue and one of the heavy cement of "School Days. A number of from their business. vin 3, J. R. Yearby 1, J. B. Long 3,
Hotel from six to ten o'clock. Also taken of the E. C. Moore 3 Mrs.
posts fell, striking Finch on I kodak pictures were Luelle J. Jones 6,
Mr .and Mrs. J. K. Quinn, of Fair- ice cream and cake. the shoulder, and breaking his collar group, these to be sent to the absent WELL DRESSED MEN Hubert Cox 1, Mrs. Sarah R. Manahan

mount, Nebraska, are among those bone. Although extremely painful, the classmatesIrs.. Holbrook and Miss 2, A. I. Johnson 2, T. II. Evans 1,
who became property owners in Or- Orange buyers are already in the injury is not serious, and it is hoped Ethel Crawford. Scruggs & Dickson are still dress- Clinton Hastings 3, J. F. Schumann 1,
lando before leaving for the northern field taking over crops of fruit for that he will soon be out again. Miss Mary Robinson prettily as- ing up men in latest styles at bargain J. T. Dale 1, Wm. H. Eaton 4, W. H.
home. shipment next season. Last week T. sisted by Mrs. Gray Rush, served theguests prices. These special prices do not Taylor 1, Mr. Hurd 4, J. M. Pope 1,

II. Prevatt, of Seville, was the first SHOPPER'S DAY to a delicious salad course. last long. Remember that procrastination -{Mrs. Eaton 1, Sam Eastham 1, M. F.

Mr. S. S. Griffin who was only a of that fertile section of the county, is the thief of time, and it is : Harding 2, Sophie Kanner 1. ('hw'V.
to sell his fine crop of oranges.V 0- to to in line Davis 3, E. S. Keys 2, J. C. Schnarr 1
receptive candidate for the office of Today is Marion Ives Day. Today TO HOT TO COOK up you get if you get ,
lusia County Record. share : Miss Ada Reed 3, W. H. Brokaw 1.
Alderman authorizes the Sentinel toi I i begins the big special sale that hasso I your of the bargain plums.Shanibarger's i I

say that he has withdrawn from the Messrs. Ange & Bates, mausoleumand many good bargains for ladies, and No one cares to do much cooking I ,
race and will not be a candidate. monument builders from Indiana, the ladies of Orlando have the reputa these days, especially on Saturday I Sundries. for bicycles and ASK your grocer for Jackson Square

are in the city and will endeavor to tion of being good shoppers, for they, evening, so go right down to {! tf Coffee 6-21-tf
Orlando is having such a big crop interest citizens of Orlando in a struct- know a good thing when they see it the Orlando Hotel and regale the

of new buildings that when winter ure. They have well worked out plans and take advantage of it. "inner man" with some of that excellent -i

tourist friends come back next fall which they will submit and seem to be chicken pillau and delicious ice
they will be enquiring of the blue men thoroughly versed in their line. Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and cream and cake which will be served
coats where the home they left behind quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers there today by the ladies of the Methodist -e i AUTOMOBILEBULLETI

them last spring is located. Subscribe for the Sentinel. & Gore. Try it. church from six to ten o'clock.



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An unusual Indian story, fresh and dramatic
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"COLLECTING THE BILL" (Comedy) . . . Lubin ;
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|apeif The There unreliable greatest have is a to vast news-problem contend army reporters.of that with people news-today in ORLANDO' BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY fll I H l [ [ I [ [


fiis vorld who fancy that they are
HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
dosed with special gifts in the line Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.60.

reporting, whereas they are simply Total Resources over Three- uariers of a Million.
losseised of an elastic imaginationnd
| unlimited amount of self es-
an I Statement of the Orlando Bank and ] Program SaturdayFOUR
em which cause them to weave '..
(am?of the most ridiculous character.s r- Trust Co., at Close of Easiness .* -REELSFOUR

ai: instance of this the followingnt R ; April 16th, 1913-The Sen- i
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from Tallahassee to Cincinnatia L enth Anniversary of "MUTUAL WEEKLY NO 20" . . . Mutual
full illustration:
"Tcnight the stately old capitol, U4its Existence Illustrated News and weekly current events all over
[ith its roof gone and walls gaping r the world.

part, is little more than a wreck.
ecords of more than a century are % RESOURCES "A GASOLINE ENGAGEMENT' . . . . .Imp
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xposed to the elements. Several of I A comedy picture that is one of the best fun producers -
,, ; r Loans and DIscounts..... .
he side will have to be torn I I $368,197.83Overdrafts The Lucerne has shown
walls
yet presenting Miss Mary
...... ........ 922.82
own, and it is said that building in- I Pickford, formerly of Biograph Co., in the leading role
= ,,; y bz Real Estate, Furniture
the entire
[[peelers tructure."may condemn and Fixtures .......... 25,353.44 3IARBLE HEART" . . . . . .Thanhouser
( Stocks and Bonds .... .... 26,018.33
Just why any one should enlarge upn I V' ; t,. I Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 In Two Reels-A splendid and highly dramatic sub-
| the facts as the correspondent did I
ject in which love conquers overwhelming odds. Pres- .tf"
[vho sent the above telegram is diffi t' 4 Total ...............$789,260.08 enting the wonderful story, "The Woman With the
[ult of unedrstanding. Yet this is ;a
Y V Marble Heart" by James Cruez. Full of pathos, and t
air sample of what daily occurs by ( ; jr LIABILITIES heart appealing interest to all.
hese fake correspondents whose only 1 i
|dea is filler at no matter how great I r Capital Stock .......... .$100,000.00
sacrifice of the truth. As a conse-, I -- Surplus and Undivided Both Matinee and Night Performances Music rendered by

uence the public is imposed upon, and e 'r Profits ................ 24,144.55 PROF. NEWELL'S FULL ORCHESTRA
[he press stigmatized.Too } Deposits ................ 665,115.53

placed close over the censorship reporter can work not if the be yj Total ...............$789,260.08 i ii "QUALITY cern's motto.COUNTS"-That has always been the Lu-

ress is to hold its esteem with the I iI
eading world.
I I ; DON'T MISS TODAY'S PROGRAM. Just Think of it.
I Deposits April 4, 1913.$592,875.65Deposits
REDUCING TilE LIMIT i April 16, 1913. 665,115.53 f Four superb reels. The Best to be Seen Anywhere.MHMMMHMMMttflHttlltimiiiiiMMttMI.

I United States Government, State and County Depository Increase in 12 days. .$ 72,239.88 I I
The Senate committe has made rad- I _
cal changes in the income tax meas- ..._ -, 0 0 .. I I I I I'" III '
ire, one of the most important being
he fixing of $3,000 as the limit for incomes :
to be liable to the tax. This MiltllMMttMillllttt.. ; .. .H4-.." immiliMMMMMIHIIHIillUW. THE v ARK'ET 1.Of 1.
rill bring within the operation of the
[law many thousands of citizens who I :
rer eexcluded under the former limit.! M. SLEMONSWhere
[A number of exemptions are provided, Cleanliness Of f QualityFRESH
[but the general effect of the change I
will be to include thousands of men

who fill the more responsible and lucrative AND SALT MEATS _- ; ..' ..,

very salaried important positions.A feature. added to Do You Buy Your SHOES FISH AND GAME

[the tariff act by the Senate committee -
-- ----- Kept under the best sanitary conditions. -.
is the one giving the President authority -
to arbitrarily increase the duties HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES" : -
on certain articles coming from Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
la country which discriminates against and pure.
I the United States. This is an unusual Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are
power and one which may cause known all over the country as one of the best makes, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
serious trouble in the event of its unwise -
[ exercise. That the President Wee sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $*.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 everything in the Meat Line.

may change an act of Congress at wilt We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. V ," -

I is something new in American govern We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 I The PARLOR MARKET
Iment and its operation will be the occasion Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
of widespread interest. Tampa
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We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
Tribune.
$1.50.. $2.00 and UD.- Waeon- Umbrellas. $1.25. H. M. Self & Co.i .

"REPUBS" DISAPPROVE PRESIDENTS Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.
METHODSThe Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
., i 18.20 PINE STREET
TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
New York World says: "Sen- i

Mr.ator Wilson's Galhinger methods.sternly disapproves He complainsthat i I :I Phone No. 80

the President came 'dangerously II
near lobbying' in some of the thingshe W, M. SLEMONS iMHiMHIIIIIiltlliHiiiiHHI JMIimilfoouowtweeoeei
has done in connection with the I j f

tariff bill. Most of the stand-patter; II.tt..I.IIIIIIIII..I.II".I'.III.III..I. ltll." 'II'.t'IIII"lllli ; Ci4WWW""VII\lll\l iWWWlr.lliW,, .. *;
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were brought up in the strict tradi- YOU WANT THE LATEST ; PROSPERITYMerchants
tion that invisible government was the i j )
only correct system; that tariff '
ules were to be framed in sched"I on I IX 1 who use Electric Signs never lose f fS
the confidential advice of special inter-I their the
way by choosing wrong road to suc i
eats, and that the rights of privacyof THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
professional lobbyists should always -
be respected as sacredly as the HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR i customers if you use an Electric Sign. V It acts

inmost relations moral of attorney nature and revolts client.at Their the : DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO J like irresistible magnet, drawing all the I

thought of a President speaking out j MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY J trade within its reach: That is the reason

plainly about the 'insiduous lobby.'" j! REFUNDED. I, j they command the attention of buyers.

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chamPion-I I ence in meats. .! -
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||sas golf City.-St.on the mountain Louis Republic.Man peaks of. Kan- chair.unturned No to atone make has this been shop left L W&T PIGUEI \: REDUCED_ _LIVERY I RATES DURING SUMMER i

meet th erequirements of the I
Intended for Quarduped most particular. Plenty of : Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50 :
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According to a German biologist, room. Courteous attendants. ,
1.2 day 1.50 .
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man made ;
a mistake when, centuries ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
I ago, he changed himself from a quadruped Proprietor. PHONE 105 ; Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50 ;

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C. Massey, President ..

T. Pkton Wtrlow. Ylc&J>ra. a. Wkten Bow.. CuUv Methodist A I
Howard C. Babcock. Au't Cathlcr Samuel A.Newell.Au't Cukkr J. E. Wray, pastor.
Sunday school 9:45, C. E. Howard, :

superintendent. :

THESTATE Preaching by the pastor 11 a. ra., :

subject, "The Road of Life," or "The :
Run From Earth to Heaven."

Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. H. A.

BANK Hoffner, president.
Preaching by tht Pastor, 7:30, subject

"The Heavens Declare the Gloryof ;
God." HIGH WATER MARK

Good music by the choir at both
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of Orlando services. DEPOSITS

Choir rehearsal Monday night.
: Dec. 24 1912 ____$91,151,96
Midweek prayer meeting, Wednesday ------------------------------

night at 7:30.A Jan. 24, 1913 ._.108,126.94
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND most cordial welcome is extendedto
Feb 21 1913 __1 .
11,174.83
the public to all these services. ---------------------------

Mar. 21, 1913 ----------_________.1 4 9 5 9 1 .1 2
Emmanuel Baptist.
I Apr. 21, 1913 ------------.1 5 5 5 0 ;3. 6 0
business than The pastor, Rev. Preston Boyd is on
which transacts more
The Bank I May 24, 1913 .1 7 7 3 6 6 5 4
a vacation and Rev. A. E. Douglass, --------------- ,
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa of DeLand, will preach both morning I June 24,1913
----------------- $261,099.43During
and evening.

Services in the Tea and Rest Roomon
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Orange avenue. the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. before another official statement to the Comptroller of the
Prayer service, Wednesday eveningat
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis 7:30. currency.
Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
reuected in the large amount of deposits. The public invited to all the ser
which makes this
vices. excellent showing possible.
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000t

First BaptistDr.

C. T. Douglas preaches both the
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur
morning and evening sermons.

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.

Preaching service 11 a. m.

correspondent banks are located in every part of B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 A live young
people's society. All young people
J the world and include some of the largest Banks in the cordially invited.

| United States. Preaching service 7:30.
Special music rendered at each ser

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CONCERT JULY BAND FOURTH AT APOPKA ON PICTURE SHOWS AT THE GRAND I PresbyterianRev. ; The Peoples National Bank"It


The large crowds that attended the Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.

Qrjandp'i Musical Aggregation to Grand Thursday night saw one of the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. is a pleasure to serve you."

furnish Music For the Celebra best programs of moving pictures it Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. W. R.

tion of our Neighboring Town has ever been their pleasure to see. O'Neal, superintendent.

Independence day at Apopka will be' Again last night an enthusiastic and Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. t "' "'"'
celebrated in true patriotic style next ience witnessed another program of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. ttttttttvI I III ssiitutinitttttt .,11111" .,.,.......

Friday and the Orlando Concert Band unusual merit and tonight a special Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p.

will furnish music. The boys will re program of selected reels will be I p. HMIMMilllMlttltttttnitltlMMtttltttMIMMMIIIHIIIIttllllltlll MIMM
shown. A cordial welcome to all services.AS .
turn to Orlando on the early evening

train and will give a concert at the I The management is endeavoring to

band fctand at night for the enjoymentof secure for its patrons the very best BOYS VIEW THE TIMES

our home people. pictures made, and is using every YOWELL'SSUMMER

The personnel of the regular bandis means to make the show helpful.By 'deer mr Shooman:

as follows: a wise and proper selection of I Why do they want to Stop us boys

W. A. Starkey, Director and Manager reels, a picture show can be made one frum swimmin in the lakes we dont

; L. G. Branham, president; I.. of the educational institutions of a hurt the water my Pa says its cau:

Wev, vics-president; Jas. N. Burden;, community as well as a resort for peepel dont want to see a kid haveeny
treasur- pleasure. The best the world affords fun an i told him i was goin toast
Archie i Vivian,
;ecretryj! 1%,
tri Miss Korean Starkey, solo cornet; I jn literature, art, science, industry;, > you my Pa took me too the \ IS HEREAnd

lloyd Niverv cornet; Harry Hoffman,, nature ele-, can be brought to our pitcher show munday nite an i sawlots 1
Harry I' Very door and thrown upon the screen of injuns an cowBoys do you gotoo I
Woodneck
tenor
baritone Jos. ; '
; for the of few cents. The inferior show Shooman
price a the pitcher mr myPa
tenor Gilbert Lc, trom- able to show the most
James,
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t sort of pictures, like the inferior takes me everywheres with him anthe we are you
trombone Paul
bone Donald Lee, ;
; sort of literature or anything else,,I other nite he met bob hire at thetiny
Dennison, clarinet; R. Witchenda.hl,, should not be tolerated because it is htauei 1 and they talked politicks UP-TO-DATE LINE in READY-TO-
trombone John Foster, snare drum;
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hurtful. Every day the picture !showsare I till i got so tired Pa said he woodnt
bass drum Edwin McDowell
John Nicholas, ;
winning new Converts owing to the take me out with him no more Pa PIECE GOODS shownin
and
alto; Edgar R. Thompson, alto WEAR ever
fact that they are constantly eliminating ( tride too borrow five dollars frum
Eugene Hoffner, cornet; N. Ar-
; i the features that are harmful and | allon cohoon the other nite butt alien
rington, alto; Jos. Ferris, Jr., bari-
:j developing those that are helpful. said he spent his last five dollers tooget Orlando.We .
tone; George Baas, cornet; K. A. Fuller I
I a littel meet for supper so Pa
,. trombone \V. :1. Sellers clarinet;I ,
I i left we herd the band play on
BAPTIST RECEPTIONThe got
Guss Mormon, cornet; Louis Weeks, I I
wensday aint that I
avnew gee
orange
cornet; Kenneth French, clarinet; I
Whitney Wright, alto; Chas. Rock, church reception of the First sum band i saw a snaik in karl dan's I just received a shipment of Italian Few pieces of Corduroy and Welt Pique
Ma said she didnt like Pa
clarinet Horace Merck, cornet; Jack Baptist church, given at the home of yard today I
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Branham, clarinet; Mr. Patch, tuba; :, Mrs. S. A. Newell, last evening, prov- too go out so many nites with me but : Silk Ratine, colors Oyster White, Neil left, Colors, Light Blue, Lavender and
..joyable ocrutEPROVTBN-w.. f f f he said he only talked to the men .
and J. A. McLeod, clarinet. and at White, all on three tables at
Rose Champagne,
about business mattersan
around town
The boys are putting in good time ed a most delightful and enjoyable occasion -

practicing a band and equal Orlando to the has best promiseof in the A very, being fine well program attended., arranged by too then that i girl said at you the talked pitcher a long show time the 65c per Yard 17, 24 and 28e per Yard I

march Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet and Miss Beu- other nite an then Pa got sore an
State. Orlando in her forward
]jab Roney, consisting of music and said i butted in to much an ever since
without a
would not be rounded out -
rendered. Miss Roney then he calls me
readings was
and the the boys
band progress
food
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making will be hailed with glad- sang a solo after which, Mill Ethel Johnnie Butza Dot colors 27-inch Crepe Ratine, just the latest for
are Finish Charmeuse
IOverstrePt gave several l very firtfr Boy alni got no chanse has he mr 27-inch Satin ,

ness by allIT readings. Mrs.. J. A, Davin played avery 'I Shooman :. Light Blue, White and Yellow, atM Summer Dresses at27c

select Instrumental solo, after

.? TAFT .TOMATOES which Mrs. Newell and Mr. George INSTALLATION EVENTS Yard Yard
I 53c per
Phillips sang a duet; also Miss Martha per
Mrs. b. B. Sphaler is not going to Weeks sang a very beautiful solo. Orlando greatly aided in installingthe M M
let the reputation of Taft lag when it
The program as a whole was exffU Royal Arch Chapter of Masons
comes to garden truck and posies. here Monday afternoon, as six promi-

She has a garden that will compare lent.About nine-thirty o'clock thf guests nent Masons of that city, acting undera .

favorably yesterday with morning any in sent the to country this office and were served with delicious fruit punch special dispensation from the Grand with Full Line of BATHING H I G SUITS U at Popular Prices

in
and cake; "and this of course was enjoyed Lodge worked conjunction
two perfect speciments of tomatoes ," after which a liberal silver offering other members, making the ceremoniesthe
that only lacked a few ounces of was realized for benefit of the most interesting and solemn that

weighing four pounds.It new pipe organ to be installed soon. have heretofore been witnessed in the
is a pleasure to view Mrs. Spha- local Masons are
About forty
city.
ler's garden so abundant in vegetablesand PAINTER POLICIES PAID IN PART now contained in the Royal Arch
YOWELLThe
so beautiful from the great variety Chapter. N. P.
therein culti-
of flowers that are
According to the Jacksonville pa- Visitors from Orlando who were especially -

vated. pers, the life insurance companies are I deputized to_be present_ at the
in the earlier issued installation were as follows: Most Excellent -
THEATER paying up 'part,
FAVORITE
policies. The Penn Mutual has paid Grand High Priest W. R. Big White Store

There is much favorable commenton the sum of $100,000,000. At no time O'Neal; Deputy Most Excellent Grand
has this company joined in the con- High Priest A. W. Bumby; Grand
hand painted scenery -
the magnificent Thursdaynight. tests and the company no doubt is Secretary, G. E. McCulloch; Grand MMMtMIMIIM
shown at the Favorite of the Hosts, Wilbur L. Til- P ------
of ahead the amount that would be expended Captain --
said to have been one 1-
It is
productions ever for attorney's fees and costsas den; accompanied by L L Payne and i FAVORITE TODAYA 1 THE GROUCH j: FOR SALE
richest picture THE
the I T. P. Warlow. After the ceremonies AT
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the chances are ten to one that Judge II
beautiful I I
shown in Orlando. It was a I
the visitors were accorded a
story in picture. the contests will avail nothing. I at Lincoln's Cafe, the local great two reel feature. A man may be poor as Job's turkey I Practically new Rambler Automobile '

supper hosts being J. E. Mattocks, S. L. Lup- "The Sphynx," Eclair,-a tragic and have many friends who love and equipped with Presto light, top

GRAIN AM FEED STORE DEATH OF JOHN NUTTALL fer and Roma Thomas. A number of story of the French Revolution. respect him; he may be wicked and curtains, windshield, speedometer,

"Her Visitor," Cr"stal-with Pearl still retain the regard of many per- clock, bumper, spare wheel with
also
visitors from St. Cloud were pres- extra
grain and Mr. John Nuttall, who for a number better than himself; he may be tire tube and
Geo. Chink has opened a I ent at the installation, many of them White. I sons complete set tools and
feed store on Boone street, between I! of years conducted a shoe shop on the the to ""The Elopement," Crystal-com-! more or less incompetent and hold a accessories.Also
taking seven degrees necessary
where he : corner of Court street and Central I that competent men covet
street, more
Church and South make the Royal Arch Chapter.Kissimmee I job has auto trunk with
is prepared to serve the public with avenue, now occupied by the Elk'sHome Journal. edy.Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. I i unavailingly; he may be rich and cases for touring. Reason -two snit
He '! died in Sanford Wednesday at all. and still meet genuine liking for selling .
everything in the feed line. respectfully Admission five cents to : stingy have no further
solicits a portion of your the age of 83. The funeral was held I I from others; but he can't hold a con- use for car'
6-27-lm 1 yesterday. Satan furnishes his own gasoline business by I tinuous grouch and get away with it.Iarshaltown Address, P. 0. Box 87, city
life into
trade. Put new your
when you permit him to act as your T. R.
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