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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 29, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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THE DAILY SENTINEL;




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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 29TH, 1913. NUMBER 120.

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IllftAEGOYOR MYSTERY S"ROUDS EXCESSIVE E EI HEAT I MEET HERE NEXT I HfGANT BANQUET DARING ROBBERS .



AT NOON YfSURDAY i I I CAUSE[ OF TRAGEDY BLANKETINGVEST'\ '' MONDAYMORNINGAVAL :+i''fOR F STAn WI TORS STESl JEWELRY\ _


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OF CEREMONIES MILKMAN KINDS THE CHARRED TEMPERATURE[ CONTINUES TO N STORES PEOPLE WILL HELD IN PRESS
THE SIMPLEST I I ROOM OF TAMPA UNDER[ COVER OF .\ FIRE, IIICU[

MARKED INAUGURATION; : OF REMAINS OF WHOLE FAMILYOF IIL'G THE ONE HUNDRED MARK !I ASSEMBLE IN JACKSONVILLE TRIBUNE-THE AFFAIR THEY PROBABLY SET,-BURr

JOHN M. SL4TON, GEORGIA'S SIX, BURNED TO DEATHIN -HOTTEST PLACE YESTERDAY i TO CONSIDER PLANS TO PUT I WILL BE LONG REMEMBERED GLARS ENTER ESTABLISHMENT .

CHIEF EXECUTIVESpecial i THEIR COUNTRY HOME WAS CE TltLLILL.. I BUSINESS BACK ON FEET BY ALL ATTENDING AND MAKE BIG II.ULSpecial

to The Sentinel Columbia S. C., June 28.-A special Special to The Sentinel Monday morning the naval stores I Tampa, Fla., June 27th.-In the to The Sentinel

Atlanta, Ga. June 28.-At noon to- 'i dispatch from Lexington, S. C., to the Chicago, 111., June 28.-There is no I factors of Florida will meet in this midst of a scene of beauty, in an ordinary New York, June 28.-Under cover
of the !, Columbia Record this morning broughtthe relief frnna the intense heat blanketing for conference. The interested
day the reins of government city a men press-room of a daily newspaper, of fire, which they probably set themselves
State of Georgia were passed into new !; news of a horrible tragedy. A milk the Middle West and extending I in Florida's greatest industry, the Press Association of the state sat robbers took $100,000 worthof
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man going along the road between eastward today. The temperatures will make an at this meeting down
hands. i attempt 'I to an elegant banquet last night.It jewelry} from th establishment of

The regime of Joseph M. Brown as I' Little Mountain and Peak Station, continued to hug the one hundred ] to get the business into shape again !I is no extravaganza to say; that in Udell Ballou, 574 fifth avenue last

governor cane to an end and John j!I discovered dense columns of smoke mark. Nine deaths and twenty-seven'': by a reorganization. Several of the !'i the arrangements of tables, setting of night The mystery and menace of

M. Slaton was inducted into office with :f arising from a point near some woods prostrations reported up to this even- !i local men held a meeting in the office plants and placing of flowers, the the band who dared to enter the store

the administration of the oath by early in the morning and came upon ing. The intense heat for the past of W. F. Coachman this morning, but I I press-room of the Tampa Tribune took: before daylight had passed, was prob

Chief Justice William II. Fish, of the the ruins of John Jacob's farm house. two days has increased infant mortality :' would give out no statement in regard !! on a beauty of such charm as made i ably entered while the firemen were
Human interest gave way to horror deaths of infants i the !
supreme court. Twenty-one to matter. it questionable whether any other !; breaking through the basement grating

With the presentation of the great when he found the charred body of a reported in this city. The health of- i For several months the factors have place in Tampa, including the great to get a blaze with hundreds of

seal of State by Phillip Cook, secre- child near the stone doorstep within ficials declare the list will increase, unless ; been at sea because of the present disorganized -I dining room of the Tampa Bay Hotel,I spectators surrounding the building,

tary of State, to Governor Brown, who the ruins. Further inspection revealedfive l cooler weather comes. The hottest j condition of affairs, and could have lent itself so pleasingly to prompted Deputy Dougherty to take

delivered it to Governor-elect Slaton, other bodies, indicating that both place today, was Centralia, Ill., } have been making efforts to get matters the demands of such a function.Of I personal charge. He put Inspector

who, in turn delivered it to the secretary Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs and their four where 110 degrees was recorded. Bus- i. in shape. Men interested in the I course woman's hands and woman's : Faurot on the job, with thirty detect

of State, the .formal inaugural children lay dead amid the debris, the niess in many cities was suspended for'! business believe that thh meeting on eyes had touched and studied ives. No clue was obtained tonight The

exercises came to a close. Then Gov- odor of burning flesh being in evi the day on account of the heat. Lo- Monday will have the desired effect of !j I the ugly walls and bleakness of the thieves were as subtle as they were

ernor Slaton delivered his inaugural d ence Two of the bodies, judging cal forecasters see no relief in sight re-establishing confidence in the bus naturally ugly room, and had brought I,,I bold and elusive. The safe was blown

address. from the positions in which they lay, and the prediction is for further hot m iness. I about the transformation.The :
and was unlocked and the wired barr
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were given up>to death, hand in hand. weather throughout the In The is the official call
The ceremony planned by a joint country. following just banquet itself, with its serving,!! ed doors of the "cages" were not torn
committee from .the senate and the One of the daughters was a teacher in:I Missouri and Kansas, harvest hands'I' i issued for the meeting Monday: i i was in keeping with what had so down, but opened with keys.
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house was simple. The formality of the Little Mountain school and the in i many places refused to work. In "It is earnestly requested that all 1 charmed the eye and pleased the taste, .

declaring the new governor and other : older son was about 18 years old, the I I Cincinnati. store window full of fire i operators join with us for mutual betterment -:II in the manner of making the settingfor : AWAY ON VACATION

state officials elected was gone two other children being small. crackers was fired when the heat caused j i 1 in the various ways incidentto the spread. I, -

through with Thursday in a joint session The cause of the tragedy is a mys I premature explosion doing dam- the conduct and conversation of I It is not to be doubted that the announcement I I The Editor leaves Tuesday for a

of the general assembly in the tery. Farmers in the vicinity were I''age I amounting into thousands. the pine tree industry. It is hoped and 'i that the event would be short vacation in Northern Michiganand

house of representatives. quickly aroused and started an in- i earnestly requested that progressive :i pulled off in the press-room of a great I consequently this morning- is the
The inaugural exercises commenced vestigation. A telephone message was : TWENTY-FIVE PEOPLE HURT will i in'their ;
operators perfect organizations I daily had suggested to some that the last issue he will have charge of foa
An- sent to Sheriff M. J. Miller, of Lexington 1' I'
promptly at noon. J. Randolph various sections of Florida, and entertainment would be so associated a short time. But the editorial workis
Sentinel
derson, president of the senate, pre- and the latter started for the i:Special to The in every State in the turpentine belt | with their every day work that i it left in most excellent hands and

sided and the governor-elect to the scene at once, with one or two offi-j I; Peru, Ind., June 28.Twentyfivepeople and that through these organizations' | could not take on the grandeur of a I Sentinel readers will not in wise

general assembly. The upper house cers, tio ;investigate. j i j were hurt, but none fatally this I representatives shall be chosen to real banquet in any true sense. be disappointed in the character any of the

entered the hall promptly at 11:45 Some farmers in the neighborhood afternoon' when the Chesapeake and !j meet in general convention at Jacki The affair will long be rememberedby work. The standard of the will

o'clock and the. joint session assembled argued their suspicions of foul play I(, Ohio passenger, known as the "Fast I i I sonville, Monday, June 30, to discuss, all who attended. While the men I be but paper and
tonly kept improved
no ,
immediately after. The inaugural and others gave the opinion that the':1 I Flying Virginian," struck a broken :!: formulate and put into eXt.'cutionI !1 appeared in every day apparel, the by winter, with improved up and enlarged -
committee, composed of Senators homefqf the Jacobs had been demolished rail and was wrecked at Fulton, twen- methods that will enable to ladies did
I I ;,I us keepi : not. Evidently some divining facilities the Sentinel will be
enlarged -
Rushin and Allen and Representatives by lightning during a storm'shortly '''ty miles from here. Two steel Pull- ;i i in close touch with every detail of thei 'i one had passed the word that the and made of the

Wheatley, Hardeman and Blackburn after midnight. Other details i'I mans and a diner went into the ditch. I i I manufacture, distribution, etc., of naval .surroundings would be in keeping of Florida. one great

then repaired to the governor's office are la king. A coroner's inquest is ]I Boardman Smith and wife of Char- 'I stores, products. The TurpentineIOperators' with the most elaborate gowns that papers The editor will in constant

where: J-mtt the governor, the gov expected"( ]later today. !1[ lottesville, Va., are among those in-I I( Social and Mutual Inter I ever covered the figures/ of femininegrace touch with the Sentinel keep during his

ernor-elect and other state house officers ,jured. est Association Neil McL Sinclair :
I, ,, and many were in evidence i in absence an d will feel the same deep
and from there escorted them to WILL ARREST HIM AT HAVRE i secretary, Sinclair, DeSoto County, the willowy forms that sat around the interest in the paper and its readersas
the house aif representatives.The DEATH OF MR. STOKES i Florida.-Jacksonville tables.
Metropolis.
'I | many heretofore, and he sincerely hopes
Special to The Sentinel.Yashington I
Invocation was by Rev. J. B. The standard having been set i in
June 28.The officialsof Special to the Sentinel II.I. II that from this vacation in which he
Robins. The "governor was then pre the bestowed in the
Departments! of State and Justice New York, June 28.-Anson Phelps JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE ample care prep will travel much and meet peoplee
sented, the oath administered, the seal
aration for this social feature of th
address today began an investigation of Stokes, a widely known financier died I i' from all parts of the United States
presentta rand the inaugural enlhnsias-d
An well attended Association's meeting in Tampa, every he receive t two fold
delivered. the possible means of securing extra this evening at his home on Madison may good-the
dition papers for Jack Johnson after ,avenue. The immediate cause of his meeting of the Junior Civic Leagueas member seemed determined to give bettering of body and mind, and to

he lands in France. The officials were death was apoplexy. ': held on the veranda of the Sani : his best to keep the thought and wit return to Orlando with widened views

ELEVEK TO PASS ON GUILT unaUe'to extradite him from Canada, I I i Juan Hotel on Friday afternoon. i i and humor on the same high plane. of life and a deeper love for the home

Eleven because of the Dominion law. John DRAWING CONTEST i Under the directorship of Mrs. F.Good! fellowship marked the beginning I city and the good people, so that
Atlanta Ga. June 28.
jurors

son was released on fifteen thousand I I E. F. Hoskins, the young people made and the great crowd seemed to we shall be able to give to the work a

will oif pass J. N.upon Bateman the ,guilt the Atlanta or innocence dollar bail, following his appeal from I Ber an's big sale held their great i many pleasant plans, one to have a I enthuse as the hours sped, and everyone I better service than in the past. I'

with sentence of one year for the violation .drawing contest last night, giving picnic on the Fourth of July, cele- who contributed, in word or
trial I
lawyer, now on charged
having swindled Frank Rothleuther, of the Mann write slave law, recently :i away several valuable prizes, which locating with flags instead of fire- I thought, seemed determined that the I KNIGHT OF THE GRIP IS GRIP-

him in Chicago. If examina awarded ;I crackers. i editor of the Tribune and his able coworkers .
a Nebrasin stockman out of $9,000 imposed were as follows: LESS ....tMr.
I A pin, engraved with the Leagueinitials should feel that they had
through an alleged wiretappingscheme. tion uf extradition treaties indicate, Mr. J. Campbell, graphophone; Mrs II
be extradited immediately. A. H. I is to be offered for the bestI more than succeeded in giving the .
By consent of attorneys on Johnson may : Novinger, set of china; Mrs. A. i H. C. Duncan, a traveling salesman -
will be taken to insure his L. Mrs. I suggestion, (written by a member),) Association a good and profitablei
both sides, Juror J. W. Hughes yesterday Steps | Wright, D. Pratt, Miss Ruby I from Cincinnati, Ohio, and an old
was permitted to leave to attend arrest iiim when he steps from the 'Dimond I and Messrs. A. H. Levy and j for civic improvement, this pin to be i i time. time friend of Cohoon Bros., was in

pressing personal business at steamship at Havre. I J. D. Johnson, drawing theatre books. worn by the prize winner until aLs' I To say that Editor Stovall has genius Orlando yesterday and was trying to

Cedartown, Ga. Alarge crowd participated in thi 'i' othr member wins it the followin' for adapting himself to occasions, get track of his grips, which some-
JACK GOING ABROAD drawing contest and month. quite equal to his abilities with the had
The defense has introduced evidenceto were enthusias chap feloniously appropriated
i Miss Virginia Badger was requestedj j pen is saying considerable it is say-
somewhere between Lakeland and Orlando
show thzt Bateman was not in Miami -
fi>ecial to the Sentinel ticThe sale is j supervise the candy sales of the : ing also what is within the truth. lI r.
He his
Fla., att the time Rothleutner a great success. The Friday night. stt grips
charges the lawyer was in companywith i Montreal, June 28.-Jack Johnsonand Callahan Sale System is conducting i Junior Civic League and was electeda I Stovall has an ample nature, what down in the front end of the day
his wife went aboard the steam- I member of the organization. may be described as a roomy nature,
J. IL Blake and H. 1[. Brown, same, J. H. Levy has charge. coach and gone into the Pullman,
i ship Corinthian, tonight, preparatory full of broad humor and fiilled with
posing as the head of a St. Paul The crowds are immense and all 1 where he remained for a time. When'
;to failing for France early tomorrow. POLO LOOMING UPMr. the milk of human kindness, ample I
Mina, gambling:house. The case probably are taking advantage of the exception- I he went back for his grips he was
:Johnson held the authorities also in its graceful to the I
was by I adaptability i
al
bargains at this
will tt:01the: jury today. great sale. I amazed to find that they had taken
go t here some time, but after he showed I James Magruder, secretary of I propieties of the moment. Knowing I their departure. Diligent search fail-
: them he had purchased through tickets "'BASEBALL when to talk and always forceful i in
A MISTAKEMahlon RESULTS IN THE BIG the local polo team, is in receipt of I ;, ed to locate them. The supposition is
in for both himself and talking, knowing, also when to submerge
I Chicago I LEAGUES a copy of a letter from William A. I J that some sneak thief picked them upland ,
j wife, the authorities found they were j Hazard, secretary and treasurer of self and magnify his guests. I
Gore, .an honorary memberof 'I Special to The Sentinel I got off with them at some sta
the association,.should be here, but J powerless to hold either of them. 'i NationalPhiladelphia the American Polo Association, addressed Companionship does so much for a tion.Ir.. Duncan put the wires to

he has moved from Orlando to Sioux i I 2; Brooklyn, 4, first I to T. E.dmund Krunmbhols,j I' man, that when one observes the I work in an effort to locate them. ,

City, IoVa, and writes that the walking i! FORMER BRAZIL PRESIDENT game. Philadelphia, 0; Brooklyn, 0, I secretary of the Camden, S. C. team, i Ii i grace of manner and beauty of person i '*.

is bad. The people of Sioux City ( DIES j I second .came, three innings. I and in this letter, the secretary of ij of Mrs. Stovall one cannot but I MARSHALS LOOKING FOR HOUSE

will thus revel in their Gore.-Tampa I I Xew York, 10; Boston, 9. the American team expresses a hope wonder if the editor has not become
Special to the SentinelSao Cincinnati I and belief that the Southern graceful through the sheer of
Tribune.It 1; Chicago, 3. Circuit I power I
Washington June
28.
Paulo Brazil June 28. Dr.I -The Vice
1! St. event will be held at Orlando association. I believe the
Lfiiig, .5; Pittsburg, 12. I Cup this gracious-
is with reluctance that we refer tan President and Mrs. Marshall
Manuel Ferraz de Salles tired of
I Campos American I winter. I I ness of the better half of the editorI r
error of this usually accurate paper i president of Brazil from 1898 to 1902,j I the "glare and glitter" of one of
but it would be with greater reluctance i i Boston, 3; Xew York, 6, first game. I There is every reason to believe th I of the Tribune has made every member Washington's
fashionable
the of ; hotels
73.
here
died at
today age 1! Boston 6 the Camden S. C. and New I of the Association feel thatI ( are
Sew Orleans
that would concede Mahlon ; York, 7, second game. !I I press for
we looking house for next'four
a the
his of office
term
During as president '
Washington teams will contest honors the Orlando I she entertains for each the sentiment
; Philadelphia, 3. on '
Gore to Iowa. Mr. Gore is still of he for much of i [ years. They have found house-hunt-
j was responsible i I
1! in the line of
Horace "Dulce
The mehi
Detroit, 1; St Louis, 7. grounds. splendid grounds
Orlando and is only visiting in Sioux the work of reconstruction of the ing not an easy job, for the Vice-pres-
f j ferro est amico.
Chicago, 2; Cleveland, 3. the climate and the excellency of the
City and even now is sitting in the which had ident is understood to be firm
j great republic ,just emerged in his
Southern I i local team, will no doubt attract the i i Like Byron, in his Maid of Athens I
shade of the silver the
maple, singing refusal to
from a long period of unrest. I pay more than $2,000 a
Birmingham-; ) 4.New contest to this place. : translating Greek for fear the learned year
glory of Florida and ktijring for tday I ,, rent, the figures tacitly agreed

when he may return to Orlando. FLORIDA POSTMASTERS Orleans, 1; Nashville, 0. would be offended if he did not, and by President Wilson's official family upon
I Montgomery, 7; Atlanta, 4. WILL CLOSE ON THE FOURTHIt j I the i ignorant would be offended if he
as enough to
I spend for a place of
PAGE TO CELEBRATE IN HOTEL Washington, June 27.-President Chattanooga, 3; Mobile, 0. i I I I did, pandered to the learned and made .i abode.

Carolina: has been pretty generally agreed the translation. By which it is meant ,'
: Wilson today sent the following I ,
London, June 28.-Walter Hines ida postoffice nominations to the Senate rWinstonSalem 6; Greensboro Oiupon I and the Sentinel is requested to to say that Mrs. Stovall impressed I HOUSE t

Page,. Amtrican ambassador to the,I : James Harter, South Jacksonville first game. Winston-SaJem, 4; GreensI state that the business houses instead j I I every one that "sweet to her would be I SHORTAGE t

court of St. James, will hold his I. ;,: boro, 0, second game. of observing the usual half-holiday, i! the friends, made on this occasion,
William R. Dorman, Live Oak i The demand
I ; ; w:i: Durham, 4; Asheville, 1. Thursday, will remain but the j returning." !' for houses in Orlandc
Fourth of July reception at a hotel, E. J. Ricou, Stuart and Harry S. Abbe open i I j is far in excess of the
as he has not yet been able to securea I, Sarasota. Raleigh, 4; Charlotte, L Fourth of July coming next day, Friday ; The speech making on this occasionwas house for supply and for

residence. Negoatiations were to be I I South Atlantic they will all close and take a rest ,: of an order entertaining and instructive I' dozen every rent there is a half
i i Macon, 7; Jacksonville, 5. or celebrate the be. Make applicants. A doctor from Chicago -
concluded this week for a house, but WEATHER REPORT as case may i I at times intensely amusing, i who has
,I Charleston, 9; Albany, 2. a note of this and do come to Orlando to
the price was suddenly raised when I -- your shopping! at times, appealing to the esthetically j| make home
1 Local thunder showers Sunday and!I, Columbus-Savannah, rain. accordingly. ideal then a saw an ad in the Sentinel -
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the owner learned the identity of his I I again, most sanely practical j of a house for rent and went
prospective tenant He believed then probably Monday. dealing with life and affairs
i in !! to the agent only to find that he
that he could get a bigger rent, but I II' Messrs. P. G. Dodd and C. A. Ben Malcom Albury, a twelveyearoldboy j all its varying aspirations, hopes and' the seventh applicant and this is was

found he was mistaken. Mr. L. E. Tomlinson left last night nett, have gone to Roncevert, W. Va., was found drunk on the streetsin ambitions. one of the such only

I' to attend for State Encampment of'I for the summer. Key West a few days ago by Chiefof Comment at length on each of these many instances.

Cap't Scott's Diary, in July, "Every- the Baptist Young People's Union,1 I Police John Gates, and was placed speeches is not possible in a limited I The less
hair
body." Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0, which meets in Lake City next week. : Subscribe for the SentineL in the jail for safe keeping. (Continued on Last Page.) I head the more she a woman has in a has basket.on he/ > ;




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Union labor is putting our sympathy I

r friends to a of severe the striking test in telephone advising girlsto the Gifts to Please I !
Bargains !! ]
as hold long a as wire possible., when We they would get one notrare J I Bargains _

so much if the influence of thisAdvice
could spread no farther than Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
\onion labor circles. We take it that May be safely purchased from Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
the Cholly boys who will hang to and and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
loll upon a telephone in a drug store, body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
raving like idots before a line of. us where everythingis Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
people, some of them waiting to call Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
up a doctor in a case of life and guaranteed. Gingham, from 98c up.
death, are not union labor members. Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
They don't look it and they don't talkit. from 25c up.Ladies' .
What they do talk is as void of Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
sense and meaning as the chatteringto styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
,be heard in monkey cages. But always .z Dry Goods at a special reduction.
it is that sort of talk which Allen & Co. I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
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gentlemen prefer to say in private. It Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-WTear and Trimmed t
is forced politeness to call the words I I Hats from 25c up.
"sweet nothings. The adjective .Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and -
should be struck out of the term."NO- Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
things" they are in truth; but not, JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
sweet nothings. Only men with Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.
brains can talk "nothings" which Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles -
women think sweet. The male bipedsso and colors, from 50c up.
often to be heard at public telephones Orlando Florida Boys' Pants from 25c up.
lack the mental equipment to, Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all size, from 48c up.
talk real sweet to womankind.But Men's and Bojs' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. _
they are certain to be encour- Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi't
aged by this position of union labor' tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody ;.
in favor of"long conversations." One I' who trades with us. =
hope we still have. It may be impossible -' We want your trade and we assure you that we will ,
for them to make their con-:' Our Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar-
versations any longer than they make!' antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and "
them now. It has been our pleasurable -' convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
experience more than once to.. your service always. i If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

see one of the gentry after having:
disgusted everybody within hearing'with !'i H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando
a long series of inanities, quit
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sudd r.ly with that shame-faced expression -' -
betraying beyond any doubt' GMs .
that the disgusted young lady at the I
other end of the wire had "hung up I': Everything in Drugs, j I
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on him, in the figurative, not the'I
real, sense of that rather crude ex
pression. These things might be'' LISTEN TIIEOAKLAND[
Ofter.er seen if the people waiting ; : WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST

chances at public phones could affordto 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
tarry. We imagine that the girls Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
often close the Co. THE CAR
very circuit and shut Delaney Drug Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
out the floods of water. But thereare
enough who don't to make this We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODY
Labor Union such as we fear will WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
make a bad matter worse, if it can IS TALKING
be worse.-New York World. cerne.GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.
Union labor can not afford to diVorce ABOUT
TRY OUR ICE CREAM i
common sense from its action,
find thereby kill the good will of the : ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
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Going close to her, he extended his
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The bolt on the back door had needed finger, shook it to emphasize his I Crepe 98c.FULL .
repairing, for i. long time, but it words, and said slowly: ,
was only the. other. night that )Ir.I "Nancy Throcton, 111 apply for a I I
Throcton had rife presence of mind to divorce tomorrow! I'll tell the judges I
buy a new one and take it home.' that I kindly and lovingly asked you LINE MUSLIN U DER. will sell Lime at 90c

After supper, he hunted up his tools,:where a gimlet was, and you said w'd
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removed the old bolt and proceeded'to '' never had one in the house, which is per barrel delivered,

put on a new one. He must bore :a base falsehood, and I can prove it." LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS,
some new holes, and Mrs. Throcton: "Gimlet," she gasped. five barrel lots. -
heard him roaming around the kitchen, "Yes, gimlet." STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES -

and woodshed, slamming doors, and "Why, I know where there are threeor ETC.
pulling out drawers, and kicking the four-you said corkscrew!" ,
furniture arouid. She went to the: "Did I?" he gasped, sitting down on Florida Metal Co.
head of the stairs and called down: the corner of the table. "Well, now, LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS
"Richard, do you want anything!I believe I did."
"Yes, I do," he yelled back, "I want Ito j "And you went and abused me likea McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
know where in Texas that cork- slave because I wouldn't say a gim- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
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screw is I" I I let was a corkscrew," she sobbed, falling 1
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looked the house over, and can't find her up."Oh.
it." i Richard," she chokingly answered 124 South Orange Avenue I

"Why, we never had one, Richard." POST
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'em in the last two years,and I bought I myself." ,!. ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLEANER[ [

one not four weeks ago. It's always;, "No, you needn't-I love you still! -I
the when I want Only-only-you know a gimlet isn't
anything.
way 1 corkscrew!" 1, GRAIN AND FEED STORE Plans for a fifty-room\ three-stoI'1
"But you must be out of yeor head,a house in which practically all of the'''
Richard," she said as she descended: "It anin't Nancy." Forgive me, andlet's ''I Geo Chick has opened a grain and lower floor will be givtn up to a modern i

the stairs. "We've kept house seven: be happy. I feed store on Boone street, between bath house, are now being com-!
years, and I never remember seeing i! And that household is so quietly Church and South street, where he pleted in St. Petersburg. The house;; Have your room or house
happy, that a bird wiuld sins.d
you bring a corkscrew home." j canary is prepared to serve the public with I will face the bay. It is understoodthat
its head off if it hung in the hall. I
"Oh,yes, I' mout of my head, I am!"j up everything in the feed line. He respectfully ': the new building will be arranged cleaned without dust or troubleof

he grumbled, as he pulled out the! solicits a portion of your. to offer Turkish baths and have the
How's This? 6-27-lm second and third floors cafe. It will furniture
sewing machine drawer and turned j! trade. a moving *
over its contents. "Perhaps I'd bet-I be conducted as a hotel on the Euro
ten go to the lunatic asylum right I! We would like to write a peoem in NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS' pean plan.THE.
J honor of the visiting goo d roads boos- MEETINGThe

away."Well, Richard, I know that I've ters, but can find nothing to rhyme Board of Orange Sounty Com- The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-

never seen a corkscrew in this house." with Orlando. That goes to prove missioners will meet in the courthouse

"Then you are as blind as an owl in that is is a matchless town-Tarpon on Monday, July 7, for the perienced man.

. daylight, for I've bought five or six! Springs Leader. purpose of equalizing taxes. All par- i\.
The house is always upside down any- We'll bet that you can't match ties interested will take notice.
how, and I never can find anything!" Ocala either.-Ocala Evening Star. i' SEE THEM FOR TERMS
There's nothing that rhymes better
"The house is as well kept as any of I I' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt
with the sound an d the spirit of Or-
your folks can keep one," she retorted,i the solicitation of many citi- i
lando that "Can do, but as to I
growing red In the face. I zens of Orlando, I have consented to
"I'd like mother here to show I Ocala-Oh, la-la.-Tampa Times. be a candidate for the office of Al-

you a few my things," he said as he I It derman, to fill the vacancy made by the PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRC l[ T L
stretched his neck to look over the You Deserve the resignation of Mr. Seegar. ''llnc, ,
high shelf in the pantry. I j t If elected, I will act impartially in
"Perhaps she'd boil her spectacles in I Many of those good road boosters all matters and in the interest of all SUMMERGiRLShe
the potatoes, again!" answered the from Orlando were loud in their the people. JAS. L. GILES. I II JHUBCH STBEETItlMMMMMMtHMMtMiMMHIIIiillllMIMIM
wife. praises of Pinellas county and stated I delights in eating superbly ex-

"Do you know whom you are talk- that it was the finest section of Flor-I ANNOUNCEMENTI :,quisite chocolates and bonbons as *'"
ida which they had seen. Of course' I much as the winter girl-so don't for- _
ing to? he yelled as he jumped, down. hereby announce my candidacy i ----
"Yes, I do." we ourselves kno w this to be afact, for alderman to fill the vacancy made I get. to send your Lady Love a box of AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
"Well, you'll be going back to York but we are always glad to have stran- by the resignation of Mr. J'. T. Seegar 1;,our delicious confections as regularly H. A. Royston Those wishing to make trips for

state, if you don't look out." gers realize this, also.-Largo Senti- subject to the election called for same :as you did in the cool months. 'House Painting and Calcimining business or pleasure, should see m*

"I'd like to see myself! When I go, nel. and if elected will endeavor to fill I Here we have everything in Sweets, I have had years of experience and II. for prices. Prompt service guaran
this house goes." same to the interest of the city. ;that will delight the most experienced -! work. teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, FU.
"Look wear-for all sorts Respectfully, and critical of feminine palates.BUTT'S guarantee my Phone 360. 5-29 t|
out, Nancy. New things to I I Estimates cheerfully furnished.
"I'm afraid of no man that lives, of folks are described, discussed and GEO. A. BARKER.To I
Kitchen Drop me a card and I will call Money to loan on improved propjerty. -
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MORNING AND WEEKLY ganism of a city can stand still. CLOTHING SALE
There is no such thing as a city stand-
fcntered at the post office at Orlando,
ing still. It either progresses or re- -
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trogresses. Its progression of retro- : COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, LASTING THROUGH NEXT WEEK, WE WILL SELL ALL CLOTHING -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES gression is measured by the ideas of AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HANDLE. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS, THE BEST MADE.
the men at the head of the municipal
THE DAILY SENTINEL organization and at the head of the : WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SERGES, WORSTEDS, WOOL CRASH AND MOHAIRS. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED.

One Year ... ........ ..........$5.00 civic organization affairs. If the heads : PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE
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8bc Months . .. ... ... 2.50 I of these departments of civil and social : SIZES ARE BROKEN. .'. ....
Three Months ... ..... .... 1.25 are men of mean and selfish motives, ,
low principaled and narrow of mind : MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
carrier in Orlando, 50 cent per
By news
ponth. Daily and Sunday. the city will be found operating under : $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for .____ --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ $t50

Ike Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found the reverse lever. $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for _____ --------------- 1..75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 4.00
Book the other hand if the men in
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ule in Orlando at Curtis.& O'Neal's $18.00 Suits for ______________ --------------- 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for __________ ___________ ____ 3.50
lore, and Wright Brothers.We whose hands power rests are men of f
will appreciate prompt complaint if broad purpose and clear vision, un- $15.00 Suits for _____________ --------------- 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 2.50
made by our carriers. bold for right the city
letherr is not promptly selfish and
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Advertising rates will be famished on ap moves ahead and society rises to the
plication. highest conception of earthly rela New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL tions.
Tor year by mail postage paid.......1.00 Men of clear ideas and intelligenceare SCRUGGS & DICKSON
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida. in demand today in every department -
Office 101 Court Street. Arcade Building of government from the
Phone 24
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J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor The multiplying of the population and j +
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor its social problems call for men of ex- "- -
traordinary ability and nobility. INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC are entered, will be decided on Friday,1 WEATHER REPORT The Catholic priests of the dioceseof
SUNDAY, JUNE 29TH, W13.! Good government begins in the I CHAMPIONSHIPS j ji interspersed with athletic events. In I St. Augustine assembled at Lo-
home and it is just a step from there | i' the afternoon the junior track and Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. retto, in Duval county, today to enter
The rain yesterday was a God-send I to the municipality. To the end of"Special to The Sentinel* field championships of the United Yothers, of the Government Experi- the annual retreat which will last for
to this whole section. good internal government, the great Chicago, June 28-With the huge States, composed of eighteen standard mental Station. one week. The retreat will be pre-
o minds of the day have organized stands erected around the natural de- :' events will take place. In the evening For the week ending Saturday, June sided over by the Rt. Rev. William J.
Premature gray hairs cause the schools where men may go and study pression in Grant Park crowded to : there will be more athletic events, 28th: 1913. Kenny, D. D., bishop of the diocese,
good to dye young. the problems with which municipalities their capacity, th e American Olympic ; educational moving pictures and a fire- Max. Min. and Rev. Father Terrell, S. J., of Tam
---0-- have to deal and which so often games were opened under the most;' works display. Sunday .. .. .... ... .. 90 72 pa, will preach the sermons of the
Some people never enjoy good are perplexing. The importance of favorable circumstances to-day. The Next Saturday will be the crown- Monday . . .. .. .. 89 68 week. The pious exercises will consist
health, even when they have it. good and wise men to manage the affairs athletic carnival promises to outclass ing day of the meet. The senior nat- Tuesday . .. .. .... .. 89! 70 of prayer, meditation and ecclesiastical -
o of a municipality is too often any event of the same nature ever ional championships, conducted under Wednesday .. .. .. .. 90 72 conferences. Most of the
Cities that find bad spellers among overlooked and men wholly untutoredand held in this country. Athletes from I| the auspices of th e A. A. U. will be Thursday . .. .. .... 90 73 I i priests of the diocese are in attend
their school teachers may have to unprepared for the questionsthat all over the United States and Canada:' run off on that day and will bring Friday .... .. ..... . 91 73 I ance. Bishop Kenny and Rev. Father
revive the idea of spelling reform in arise are given the reins of gov- as well as the point winners from forth some of the best athletes in the I Saturday . .. .. 92 71 O'Brien left here this morning to at-
selfdefense.A ernment to the detriment of the com-t Sweeden who took part in the Olympicgames : country. Such men as Sheridan, Mac- I I tend the retreat.-St. Augustine note
o munity. I at Stockholm last year are in I Grath, Sheppard, Kiviat, Kohlmainen, The woman who remains single at in Times-Union.
Pennsylvania woman a hundred Men of limited perspective find attendance. I and others of internation reputationwill least has the satisfaction of knowingshe I I
years old has never worn a hat, and themselves hampered and embarassedin Almost every conceivabl e sort of be on hand. was born that way. Subscribe for the Sentinel.
still has never saved. up enough to the handling of public problems. athletic contest has been arranged for -
buy an automobile. Men may give the best that is in them i the meet which will continue until I
o and yet fall far short of the demand, July 6. A swimming tank has been
Anyway, the fellow who has no fish which but emphasizes the need for dug out in the center of the field and ,
stories to tell on Monday morning good keen men. is so constructed that it can be boarded -
usually feels more like going to work over and covered with earth when JUNE WEDDINGWhile
than his sunburned neighbor.It DIGNIFIES LABOR not in use. In this tank the water
o According to Washington letters, contests will be held. There is also a
seems that common sense would President Wilson lays off his coat, ski-slide on which the skiing tourna-
have moved the fellow who reached opens his collar and gets up to the ment will be held. As the weather "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June;
the top of Mt. McKinley to remainin typewriter and writes his own lettersor will not permit the slide's being covered seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous .
that altitude during the heated sea- messages when the stenographeris with the natural coating of ie, weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
son. absent. Work dignifies man and I grease has been used and in the pre- for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
-o men like President Wilson and W. J.I| liminary trials, found to be successful. ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
One can't help sympathizing with Bryan dignify work. They put their I I Several polo games and feats of horse- I, your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
the Ohio husband who, while admit- soul into their work and thus the pub- :, manship also have been arranged. The 'We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
ting that his missing wife may have lic gets the best that is in these great army polo team will in all probability stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
been drowned, "fears" some one has men. The man or boy who dispises I'I participate in this event. smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

hidden her.Advertising. honest toil or looks with disdain upon I Today the final championship contests country.
o the smaller affairs of life makes a I I for Chicago school children willb The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-
rises superior to sea- grevious mistake and denies himself I e run off. The preliminary trials in tion U out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
sons and thermometers. The right the chiefest real pleasure of life. He the competitive drills, marching and inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
kind of advertising strikes a respon- who contributes something of his own I like events were held Thursday and ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
sive cord in human nature-and human strength to the progress of the world yecsterday. Fifty thousand children to-date merchandise.
nature is the same in August as and betterment of mankind is a real participated in the preliminaries.
in December. benefactor and a real man. Tomorrow will be known as "Sweedish REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
o day," and the Sweedish singing

,.The Tampa papers make very complimentary It is fearful to think of what our societies of Chicago have arranged fora If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
mention of Hon. Braxton I condition as a nation would be if we monster chorus to join in the sing pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
address before the State had not been discovered Christo- of national hymns and folk songs.'
Beacham's I by ing mountings, bring them in and let us show you rhat wonderful transformation -
Editorial Association. Mr. Beachamis I pher Columbus.-New Orleans Picayune. A similar event will be held on the can be wrought through the skill of our worker in mId and gems.
intensely in earnest in this good : following Sunday by the German singing -I Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe. ,
roads proposition, and when a hard ------o I societies .
headed business man gets in earnest A cat is supposed to have nine The intercollegiate championships of I -- .
he usually gets attention. lives, but if you try to drown your the United States, including track and I
o sorrows, you will find they have more i field sports will be run off on Wed
When a man preaches or prays so than that. nesday, while the interscholastic
loudly that you can hear him a haif -o- championships, in which 2,000 high I. Jeweler
mile away it is safe to predict the Subscribe for the Sentinel. school and preparatory school boys I
doctrine preached will not oftensweep I .
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point the way in to saint and sinner.
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A statement was made by Col. I' -

Beacham, of Orlando, the good roads
booster par excellence, that was un- Clean Sale
usual in its forceful suggestiveness.Said : $625.00 : Sweep 1
he: "I stopped to take dinner I
recently at a restaurant along- : For a 1912 Foredoor E. M. F. "30" Demi-
of one of New York's model :r
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roadways.hour one Here hundred is what and I saw thirty-: In : less Tonneau.than 4,000 This miles.car in Car perfect has full condition equipment, run ;

one I. Jllll I
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four strapped touring on them cars-, hence they had I know that baggage they! :' [ [ J,

were tourists' cars-passed way .
At another place on a New York highway : $175.00
I counted nearly that numberof
those two : Continuing Through July 13
touring cars! Multiply For a one cylinder Cadillac. Car has just
solitary instances by hundreds and
you will gain a faint idea of what been overhauled, and new parts put in where

those grand roads are doing for New needed. Tires all round are practically new, eGIVEN AWAY Free !
York attracting thousands of
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and actually worth nearly the new price.
wealthy people thither who have ears,
who must have!;
time and money and
good roads to afford them the chan- 1' To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will

nel money.for turning These loose people their not energy only spend and I $600.00 be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

their money there but many make I three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol" and the
permanent investments who would For a Model "38" Buick. Car in fine running .

certainly choose Florida had we only shape, looks well, and has plenty of power. selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
the sense to see our chance. We havea
year-round climate for good roads.
New York has not-but she has the YOURS FOR BUSINESS

good road which we have not!" '

and Col.forceful Beacham's and speech put a new was phase frank Marion B. Ives .


upon question.Good the roads much-talked-of will bring good more roads to I. W.k' rtlllllrS & SONSSUCCESSORS


than anything else EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
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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

dd't'are the Valenciennes. Absolutely new designs. Excellent value at with fine linen Torchon lace.. ALL SIZES. Specially priced
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As we announced before, we are the sole representatives of this
In fine white lawn trimmed with Valenciennes, Torchon and
Positively ideal for the summer. Made of fine quality soft
sterling quality hose. We ask
;you to try them, for once you

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

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.

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I I The Young Matrons' Card Club was I Drinks" ]
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THE TUNERORLANDO. Mr. A. S. Earnest left yesterday for prettily entertained on Friday by Mrs.j The fortunate ladies of the first one : ;

FLA. points in the west. '; Lee Miller, two tables of members hundred purchasers at Marion Ives' :

j I II I and one of guests being present. The I store yesterday were as follows: Mrs.J. I l+O I* $
I I Chicken dinner, Sunday at the Ar-,high score was made by Miss Hattie, A. Irvine, won the embroidered :

the i cade Restaurant, 50 cents. Hudson, substitute for Mrs. David dress; Mrs. N. A. Woods, the $5.00 HOT WEATHERLIMEADE
Chicken dinner, Sunday at Arcade :
Fishback. parasol and number 43 which drew
Restaurant, 50 cents. !
Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew, )lr. H. E.I I Aided by Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, Mrs. the $5.00 hat has not been presentedyet
Swabley and Mr. Jos. Johnson, of Kis-;, Miller served dainty refreshments at II and it is not known who the lucky
Mr. W. B. Simms of Ocoee, was an
i simmee, were in the city yesterday. the close of the afternoon.The lady is.The .
Orlando visitor yesterday. !
I guests were: Mrs. J. N. McEl,I sale is drawing good crowds

in: Rev. Arthur S. Peck, of Sanford, roy, Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, Miss Hud- I and the fact that Ives goods give universal -
Mr. Percy Pike of Plymouth, was
spent yesterday afternoon in the cityas son and Mrs. Richard Hudson. satisfaction gives real lustreto LEMONADE
Orlando yesterday transacting busi-! I
the of Mrs. Sher-
'! guest Demand I his prices.
ness. rod. ; Tom Smith, the negro who time I The first thirteen days of July will GRAPE JUICEWe
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after time reiterated his confession those ladies who
!I be lucky days to
and children, of
Mrs. F. P. Cason
: The Methodist dinner last night wasa made December 31st, 1912, that he avail themselves of Ives bargains.
Genoa, are in the city visiting
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great success. They had entirely alone was responsible for the foul
friends. \ can furnish the material. A barrel of limes and a < >
;[sold out by nine o'clock and took in murder of Dr. C. H. Spencer, was exe- PROMINENT CALLERS

i I near $10.Rev. I cuted from the gallows in the old Ala-I \ box of lemons just received ,
Mrs. Lee Russell, who has been vis-I, chua county jail Friday morning, June Mr. John E. Merrill, of Plymouthand
iting at Bradentown, returned home Welch's Grape Juice always in stock.
Mr. J. A. Smith of Florence Villa
Lucien A. Spencer, Commissioner 27th, at 11:42 o'clock.-Gainesville|
yesterday.Mr. ; to the Seminoles, has returnedto Sun. were in the city yesterday hobnobingwith

the city after a two-weeks' visitto _____ I old time friends. Mr. Smith at '
J. Davis, the Clarcona man who THE SANITARY GROCERY
Miami. Mr. J. G. Grossenbacher, of the;; one time was a resident of Orange {
furnishes Orlando with golden butter,
County and was a man of affairs,
government office in this city, has
was in the city yesterdayMr. j! Hr. Harry P. Leu will leave Wed- gone to Washington to move his I having served in many important official CARUTHERS & GORE ,

:nesday for Rochester, New York, household goods and bring his family -': capacities and yet has a wide Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street ],
Harper Sunday of Little Rock,
favorable here. Mr. ;
I and acquaintance
;where he will spend a month in the to Orlando, which will be his homein
Ark., is in the city and will investi-(i real enjoyments of vacation.I the future. He is the government Merrill had been visiting Mr. Smith MIIIM.MIIIMIMIIinillllltlllMIIIIIMIIII...

gate orange county real estate. I expert sent to study diseases of citrus I at his home in Florence Villa and believing -

I I splendid rains that fell on field trees. that one good turn deserves
I BACK TO OLD BOSTON TOWN LEAVES FOR ISLE OF PINES
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Orth,of Tavares'were : and grove yesterday were like dia another, Mr. Smith returns the visit ____ i

in the city yesterday, guests of : monds in value and mean thousands Dr. and Mrs.-Likins, of Jack-i I and the two honored their Orlando Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Alden who owna Mr. A. II. Carey-Jr., who has been
Mrs. Orth's sister, Mrs. S. Gilbert.
i 1 I of dollars to Orange county and good, sonville, are among the sojourners at I friends yesterday with brief visits. beautiful home on Gore Avenue will visiting father and friends for several -

I cheer to the whole world. Daytona Beach. Dr. Likins, who is a!: leave Wednesday for an extended visitin months in this city, will leave
Mrs. Ethel Oversteet, who has been'visiting
retired optician, is very much impressed PROMINENT ORLANDO LADIES Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Alden have Monday for the Isle of Pines where
her uncle, Mr. M. 0. Over-
Sheriff Gordon received a telegram with the beauty and advantages of LEAVE FOR THE NORTH not been back to the New England he resides and where he has large interests -
street left yesterday for her home in
Eustis. ,from Ashburn, Ga., announcing that Daytona and vicinity and may investin Mrs. John S. McEwan and Mrs. Gas- home for several years and conse- and is prospering in this trop

i Tom Franklin, the negro wanted for property here.-Daytona Gazette- tan H. Edwards, with their childrenand quently look forward with no little ical clime. Mr. Carey is very fond of

Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Palmer and murder at Geneva, was in that place, News. nurse maids, will leave tomorrowfor pleasure to this visit to the old familiar I Orlando and Orlando friends, but he .
and the sheriff will leave today for ::
daughter, Miss Virginia, have gone to Granby, Conn., where they have scenes. I is very enthusiastic over his work on
that point and bring him back. Chicken dinner, Sunday at the Ar- the Isle.
Waynesville, N. C., where they will taken a house for the summer. Mrs. sunny
cade Restaurant, 50 cents. STAGG'S TALK GOODA
McEwan will September in New
the next two months. spend
spend
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dow and child-
SHOP SERVICE-No for
York and Mrs. Edwards will visit other charge
The weather man did the right thing: ren left yesterday on a trip to St. SHOP SERVICE-The very best northern points before returningto speech, finished in diction, excel- filling oil lamps, pumping tires with
I r Petersburg, Pass-a-Grille and other and quickest. No waiting. Free lent in theme and brief though in all air filtered of water and grease. I W. II
by Florida last night and the delight- filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. Orlando.
in which Mr.: Dow will combine
points I and |Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine
respects complete of street.
worthy any
fully cool evening after the rain hada W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine
,business with pleasure while the family -
tonic effect the people. street. SEMINOLE VISITORSMr. post-prandial occasion, was deliveredby t
upon 1
will give themselves over to sight- Dr. J. W. Stagg, of Orlando- I FOR RENT-Six room house, furnished. -

seeing and resting.Mr. LOST-Gold Stick pin with letter "E" M. J. Overstreet, of Lake Mary, Tampa Times.Shanibarger's. ; Apply No. 7, Gould street Centrally ;
T. J. Watkins Mrs.
CoL and Mrs. ,
I engraved on it. Finder will please and )Ir. C. W. Entzminger, of Long--I I located. 29-16 .
Tomlin and Mrs. Grant went over yesterday I rtturn to Eugene Reid at State Bank. -
: W. F. Conolly, of Conway, was I wood, were in the city yesterday I 1 for bicycles and .
motor to Daytona, where Reward given. It
by ASK for Jackson
:telling friends of the fine rain they shaking hands with friends. Both Sundries. tf your grocer Square
they will spend a day or two. I, Coffee 6-21-tf
;had at Conway Friday, when some one these prominent naval stores
men are
I
I Jackson Coffee. Flavor and
enquired how they managed to getit Square men and the latter is one of the county, .
Mrs. W. A. Slauter, who has been quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers I U
and he replied: "We pay the commissioners of Seminole county.
in the hospital for several weeks has preacher regularly and pray often." & Gore. Try it. t

returned home greatly improved in So there is your recipe gentlemen. NANCY HALL Sweet Potato vines
health and her friends hope for her Chicken dinner, Sunday at the Ar- for sale $1.50 per thousand. Bears AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN i
speedy restoration to health. Subscribe for the Sentinel. cade Restaurant, 50 cents. Head Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. 6.29.13t

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'THE PLACED'WORSHIP STATE NEWS. I MMlMMIIMIMMHH 8tttttttIItt1t1tiI I : : ::::: : milllllUimmtffltttt:

v> Rev. H. M. Cain, for some time pas- Gull .

? .;---rt/.; ":) 0 tor of the Baptist church in Arcadia, Refining Co.0H t ip .
MethodistJ. has gone to Tennessee, where he will
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take charge of a new church. The
E. Wray, pastor. -
E. Howard people in Arcadia regretted very muchto ,
*Sunday-- schoo .9:45,- C. ,
superintendent' give up Mr. Crain and his family. Kerosene .

Preaching by the pastor 11 a. m.,I f

subject, The Road of Life," or "The I Limes are selling at $18 a barrel on Gasoline YOUR SEWER :
Run From Earth to Heaven." j the docks in'Miami. These were grownon I

f Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. H. A.j j the keys just off the mainland The ,

Hoffner, presidentPreaching i best price limes brought last year LubricatingOils

by tht Pastor, 7:30, subject -t was $4 a barrel. The increase in CONNECTION

.: "The Heavens Declare the Gloryof price supposed to be due' to thefreeze and Greases
in California.
"
GQd. j .
Good. 'music by the choir at both I! Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent
services.* '. 'fA. M i "Commission 'government during the I

.Choir rehearsal Monday night", I''i first week of its operation in Pensa- sit t+t Ii i

Midweek prayer meeting, Wednesday cola may be safely pronounced a suc- .
-
night at 7:30. J+I cess," says the News. "There seems t-"'

welcome : to be a general satisfaction with the .
A most cordial extended, .
to the public to all these services. j 1( appointments made and the various 450 H
PHONES You
cuts in salaries so. far announced, { 269 cannot use your sewer until main, septic tanks I ,

which will save the city about $4,000 and wells are completed and !
accepted by the city which
St. Luke's Cathedral t I Orlando FloridaMiMIMtmiilllllimi ,
a year. ,
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean. I will be some months hence. t r

Sixth Sunday after Trinity. I I Two large street lamps ordered by
Why let your lay idle? We will
money sign
7:30 a. m., Sunday school. the DeSoto National Bank and S< con- \
OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR
10:30 a. m., Holy Communion and Rosin have arrived in Arcadia andwill ADVERTISERS tracts with you now to make these connections any time

Sermon.. Subject, "Reaping What We soon be placed at the corner of 1
within two years after acceptance of the \
sewers
Plant. the bank building and one on the cor- by city,
7:45 m., Choral Even Song and WHO WISH TO BE AS PROGRES- for 13
p. ner in front of the Boston store, of cents per foot.
Lecture. The Lecture will be on the which Mr. Rosin is proprietor. The SIVE AND UP-TO-DATE AS

doctrines of the creed. Special topic, city council has agreed to pay the THE TOWN IS ITSELF- Give this work to your home company and we are
"
"The, Ascension of Christ." light bills for all lights of this kind WE HAVE ENGAGED here to see that it is satisfactory to and
1 THE SERVICES OF you,
Confirmation class meets this weekon
placed in the business section of Arcadia I
Tuesday and
the Dean's office at 8; Ali members WRITERA
; I I with our work, and same is Inspected by city plumbing
.requested to be present. Joseph C. Saunders was shot and man thoroughly qualified to han1

The Bishop will be present on the killed last night by J. C. Hagan, an dle any business ad proposition, a man inspector and certified to by him. .

first Sunday in next month to admin- engineer. The coroner's jury rendered competent to bring out all the salient :

,ister' confirmation. a verdict of murder. Because of points of your business, a man thor-

feeling against Hagan, the sheriff oughly conversant with the techniqueof I

: Emmanuel Baptist. rushed his prisoner in a launch to your individual requirements. Give ,

The pastor, Rev. Preston Boyd is on! Apalachicola for safe-keeping. Saun- him an opportunity of demonstrating :

o a vacation and Rev. A. E. Douglass, ders was an officer of the militia, mem- The cost will be but nominal and the '

of DeLand, will preach both morningand ber of the town council and stood positive results financially gratifying. I

,evening. high in secret organizations. The

Services in'the Tea and Rest Roomon shooting of Saunders, it is said, followed BUSINESS BOOSTERS The F. JOSEPH RAEHN

Orange avenue. an argument over wages Hagan I CLASSIFIED _
,. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. claimed to be due him.CarabelltNote Business Boosters (classified adver-

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. in Pensacila Journal. tisements) received after 10 o'clock,

Prayer service, Wednesday evening midnight Classify", will column.be run in the "Too Lateto Plumbing and Heating Co.

at 7:30. MEMORIAL EXERCISES SUNDAYThe Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately -
The, public invited to all the ser- 30 words one time, 25
I cents; three times 50 c rlts; one week
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.. .. hold a Memorial exercise each year $1.00; one month, $3.00. _
First Baptist for deceased members. .......-- --. ---..
Dr. C. T. Douglas preaches both the Welcome Lodge No. 9, of this city, Money to loan on improved prop- .
morning and evening sermons. erty. S. Y. WAY.
will observe the day Sunday at 4:30p.

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. I m., at their Castle Hall, corner of ASK your grocer for Jackson Square A NEW ASSORTMENT
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Orange and Central avenues. Coffee. 621tf.
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 A live young The exercises will consist of the

people's society. AU young people, Ritualistic service, with selections by FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real OF -=
Estate see Jansen & Watkins
cordially invited. the Orchestra and a male quartette.An 6-24-1m. 1 TiAMpAD yCaTAMA
Preaching service 7:30., address will be made by the
Special music rendered at each ser- j.' FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger Ai
Grand Chancellor of the State, lIon.
touring car. Large and roomy. Ratine Hats
vjce. W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee.All 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
I
"Come.
members and friends of the or-
a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
der are invited to be present. suburb in east part of the city. Carl
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PresbyterianRev.
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Jensen. DON'T BE AFRAIDTo AT ---
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Stagg, pastor.
CIVIC LEAGUE OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -
Sunday school at 9:45'a m. I to the Northeast of the city andI

Sunday school at 9:45 a:m. W. R. I The regular monthly meeting of the still have some choice lots there. I I

O'Neal, superintendentServices Womans' Civic League will meet in Carl Jensen. let oour children eat Ice Cream MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.i' School I simply caution them to insist
'I the Auditorium of the House FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
% Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. I Tuesday, June 30th, at 3:30 p. m. i iI all modern conveniences. Garagefor upon I
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. I Every woman is urged to attend this I auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Agents! for Barclay Corsets
615 East street 5-15 tf
m. f J meeting. The League is anxious to I rOINSETTIAThere
A cordial welcome to all services.
o \ ''promote town wide interest and en- FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur-

!i thusiasm. Mr. Ramsey, City Engineer I nished and unfurnished. HI I Illilltismi
Catholic Church is a dealer in your town
1 has some items of special note to place JAMES A. KNOX.
I 6-26 tf. that makes a specialty of I'OIN-
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost and ; before this meeting. If each and every
feast of.S.S. Peter.>> and Paul. I one will remember that there is FOR RENT SETTIA Ice Cream, and you can
safely send your children there r
Mass 7 a, m. strength in numbers and come to this Seven room cottage close in, No. unattended for rOlNSETTIA Ice \ CONNECTION

Sunday School 9 a. m. meeting it will be a success. 408 East Pine street. All modern con- Cream is made from PURE
Mass and Sermon 10
a. m.
I veniences. Possession at once. Lord CREAM, thoroughly sterilized: and
Rosary, Sermon and Benediction,, ; The Clover leaf Bakery in River- & Bradshaw. 6-26 6t is SAFE.

7:30 p. m.Money I side, Jacksonville, was badly damaged

by fire Monday night. The cause of FOUND-A breast pin containing House connections to the sewer mains should
to loan on improved .1 i blaze of in a pictures of children. Owner can FOR SALE BY
the ignition
property
was grease
have same by calling at this office be made now. Sign contract now while your
s. Y. WAY. large doughnut kettle. and paying for notice.LOSTSomewhere .

-- V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO street is being worked on so as to have street
- .
I on the streets of
\ Orlando, a ladies gold watch. Had : opened up finished.
name of W. A. Starkey on the attached FLA. II I
medal. Finder leave at this of-
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ORLANDOA
GREATEST VALUES IN
;' fice and receive reward. I
6-25 No.5irella I

:. See W. L COBB

Regular DownpourOF dollars CHAPMAN a week.and HOUSESix up. No. 308$ I 1I 1I I .
:
West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- Corsets I F.D.Harvey&Co.
Ewan, proprietress. 6.121 mo.
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Roberta Branch will be pleased to Phone 255 Office McNair
(Not Sold in Stores) ; Lumber Co.
.7 take a limited number of pupils for
BARGAINS
piano study, and is especially inter-
War a corset made to it you. Ask iHlllllilHtltlllIKiFRANK
ested in beginners. Lessons given at .
for a demonstration. Call r Mud post --,
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pupils' homes if so desired. card toSPIBELLA
.
&. 6-19 tf
I1r securing your person CORSET PARLORS !
TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE 308 West SU Cor. South Orlando Fla. HYRES

t al needs now, you can make more Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly -I MRS. J. VANBUSKIRK. Corsetiere I II
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i clear"money than by any day's used, one rebuilt machine and one I
.r second hand Underwood.Call Artificial StoneBuilding
; .work you have ever done Everything at my office and see bargains | NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS I

in Typewriters and Fireproof Iron I Bids will be received for the over-
in our store is being sold
Safes. C. S. McEWAN. hauling and construction of rooms in
'
i:, at a sacrifice. 6-13 tf. I the Court House for jury quarters. Blocks, Cement Brick, House
Plans and specifications will be on file
.. .{, Be' 'sure and visit our store. Itwill -EVERY BODY'S DOING IT I in the office of the Clerk of the Cir- Foundations, all styles of Concrete

Automobiling, for dates Columns, and Balusters, also allkinds t
; Remember we are open cuit Court. Bids will be received up
r eventually -
pay you
a picnic parties, or a crowd for an i to the meeting of the Board of Coun- of Ornamental Concrete Work in White I

c lookers are welcomed as,poI evening drive. Call 360 or ask for ty Commissioners on the First Mon- or Colored Facings

C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 513tfFOR day in July. \
litely as buyers. ,
RENTNice I I By order of County Commissioners. I'

... ---- large rooms, furnished. Con B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk. .I Phone 159-\Works, Livingston Ave on R; R.

4 : venient for business people, also lighthouse JOB PRINTING ],


Brpwn & Lartigue ( with or keeping.without board.Delightful Terms location very Our job department. is equippedwith -- -- i

aMen's reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen- up-to-date faces of type, modern BARGAIN IN A PRESS I i Money to loan on improved prop-

tinel office. 5-22 tf machinery and competent workmen, Two revolution, seven-column quarto :erty. s. Yl WAY.

and Boys' ,Outfitters, and prepared to turn out beautifuland Campbell press. Does good work.A .
MONEY TO LOAN-On
city property artistic work. Estimates fur- bargain Address Sentinel, Orlan- I' Shanibarger's for bicycles and
.
See Jansen & Watkins. 4" ... -. .
i .alststa..e : 6-24-lm. nished and satisfaction guaranteed. do, F>a. r ..,'. .. I 1 l Sundries. \ tf'J. h

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years who.In a Engl in2,i I lit te that and,'.are of. the the Auslia and ati llges..vill'ante jemain recognized paid Of women,, men the,' ORLANDO- O BANK&" TRT$1 COMPANY A fI'Capital I.l Gl E R N E 1 U E A 1 E R .M 1 <



real itawinners, U at the root of ,000.09. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURESIMieHMMMMItHltM '
many o ae social problems of the and Surplus and Undivided Profits $12

ay. Chad woiun labor,the highInfants .. Total Resourees over T.yl !tgrs,of a Million.
death ''meng in the,con. ..
gestedr i"-o."'.(commercialized,, Vice .. I (Statement of the Orlando Bank, and
and mV,ind IL
physical degeneracy
:
Close of Business ERFECT
J Trust Co. at
and del Kiion have beeq recognizedto JI
hav sir root sources in insufficient V April 16th, 1913-The Sen- ROJECTED r
.
Ames, in ICTURES
scant earnings op t of
enth Anniversary
the parf the head of the family 't LEASE .
The uiceM laborer ,the its Existence
must seek
,
ARTICULAR
.
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cheap ', onsequently, unhealthiest EOPLE i
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lod#: ile must buy the cheapest -
fo-and, consequently, under- ? I RESOURCES 4 .
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nourfeU children: He thus starts
,; : Loans and Discounts......$368,197.83 ; "THAT'S OUR MOTTO'itMHMUMItiMMMM ').> ,
weak
them! h' the world with a cii .'' F' 1. Overdrafts.............. 922.82 ..
foundation.
phys moral '
jl
i Real Estate, Furniture ;v :.
;
illS and statesmen of these m : and Fixtures .......... 25,353.44Stocks := .
cd ntri.ve devoted themselyes to ,;tj1 \ and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 > -. .
a study he conditions arising"from I !' : ; ,1..; : Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 JUST INSTALLED A i.i
low waand to seek ways and r .i ,

means tnedy; them. The minimum a -. -i:: I Total ...............$789,260.08LIABILITIES
laof and Australia .ilONE
wage England r "SAPHIRE SCREEN" J
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have b:framed along industrial, )-i1L tt :. ,
and lines. The industries .hi
no
which wrs} -men and women alike Capital Stock .......... .$100,000.00. OF THE LARGEST AND FINEST MOTION PICTURE -

-were Irpaid have been made sub Surplus and Undivided I CURTAINS IN THE SOUTH.
ject ofrernrnent} regulation of swt 6a"kfy i Profits ................ 24,144.55 I

wages. underpaid man was considered Deposits ..............II 665,115.53
much the under-
paid wcj.What. as as r r t Total .....II....... .$789,260.08 I ; SPECIALLY ARRANGED PROGRAM OF FOUR

) steps have been taken to ; REELS FOR MONDAY-GET THE HABIT GO I
raise thcomes of earners
wage
have betaken carefully, however. !\ Deposits April 4, 1913. .$592,875"65 I : WHERE THE CROWDS GO.tMMMtiMfMmiMIMtMMMIIHMtltllittHIMM; .

The invrations carried on into the Deposits April 16, 1913. 665,115.53 I

conditio these industries were United States Government, State and County Depository Increase in 12 days . .$ 72,239.88 '
carried thoroughly but with dignity I J i '

T, were carried on with _= oi:1-ii-O MIMiHMttHlltHtmilMMttMIMiHMtMIIIIM. .
scholarljpartiality. There was no I I
hysteriau -ieaj> advertising; no
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effort at;ring political capital out t4 'II."llllllllllllllltltlllllll""I'I'I'II""IIII'1111..11111 .1.1.111111& THE MARKETOf

of the dfeyres. The investigationsdid
not se gratify personal vani-
ties or bo personal ambitions. W. M. SLEMONS
Because the importance with Cleanliness Of Quality :

which theject of wages paid to

men in inry is fraught, it is, un- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
fortunate [t the investigation of '

this phase present day economicsis Where. Do You Buy Your SHOES ? FISH AND GAME .

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to be wtaken; by the senatorialvice
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comnon. The character and Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .

temper ofj' members of the commission HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"Other
aty come to the surface in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
their invention into the wages paid and pure.
women wire, unfit them for the Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, wee,have them-the $1.00 kind. They are
undertakiiThey do not possess the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have '
known all over the country as one of the best makes,
economic Hing needed for the com-
everything in the Meat Line.
prehensivudy of so large a sub We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $tOO

ject. Thee: far from being states We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.

men. Thmethods of baring conditions We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 The PARLOR MARKETH.
ant those of the scientistbut
of thiacL They do not approach Children's Shoes are $1.00$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. ..
We for Rain and supply with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
thbject with an open i-ind. are looking we can you .
They do get the facts and then $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25. M. Self & Co

base conc>ns on the data uncover Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.Men's f
ed. Instethey begin their investi- :
and Women's Rubber Shoes.
gations singly with set convictionsand I 18-20 PINE STREET
thenk to beil and twist all TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU. :

facts and) to strenet vn their! con- II
\ctions.A Phone No. 80MtlMMIIIIIIIlmilMIMIIMIlm.1.

body re sincere and equipped JA.
with bettraining aid z. socialogie W. M. SLEMONS :

outlook nt bring great benefits to .
Illllllllllllllllllllttt'IIIIIIIII'IIIIIII'IIII'IIIIOIIlilt I .
the countiy making a study of the : \iUV ( g v\lrwWWV- -- r NOWaOGGG iWi
being paid in industryand 1+ "OIIIII.I.IIGIII'. I r"-----V"
wages mif 1
the tions which such wages', : i LIGHT THE

bear to thrill problems the day.t.., MtHIMMItlfHfttHtM IMIHMMIMMftHtHMIItHIMMIMiMlilMlilHIF ,
The mosbwever, that can'*be- expected .1 I I I
fj an investigation] of the I il i PATH TO PROSPERITY

subject bje senatorial vice commission YOU WANT THE LATEST I # '

-if past method and actionsare 13 f .
Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose ,
at allriterion a riot of sensational : IX t

dlines which may serve .. 5 their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

the vari< commissioners as cam- THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new f I'J
paign bars at the next election,
but whicUl have no economic value HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR j customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

and will of no to the like irresistible all I.
consequence. DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO i an magnet, drawing the .
wage eaig masses.TIINAT10NAL j trade within its reach; That is the reason
MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
I they command the attention of buyers. f
GAME I REFUNDED.


::port,:an international and race Jj For Every Store Owner t tIJ

unifyingctor in modern activitieshas ( .
yet >je delt with adequately by i B. Salomon Orlandoi No matter how small his business, the Elec-
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freer fn the ordinary vices of the I electric attachments at every

times, seculiar to large cities, than chair. No atone has been left ; REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER !
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"The Gamers Ice Company will I Proprietor. PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

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a variety of stimuli requisite for the -4!
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range of nature, of roots, of grains, of \" De .. ), 1 ___________________________$9J,151i tf f I
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any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa biscuit and salt bacon degenerates and -' : :,.

becomes the victim of scurvy. The 24,1913 ----------------- $261,099.4 "

recluse who dwells in a dark cabin

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up living on a scant supply of roots and I 1$ During the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound herbs, seeing nothing nourish the their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease
eye eating nothing to nourish the '
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- body, grows weak eyed and of ugly before another official statement to the Comptroller of the :

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the public visage and dwarfed body. currency.

r, is reuected in the large amount of deposits. Song birds migrate. Buzzards Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
hawks, and birds of prey prefer a limited which makes this excellent showing possible.
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 sphere for their activities and in

times of scarcity of carion foods they

t>* prey upon one another that they may
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS tOur survive and only the more cunningor

[ swift or strong do survive.It .

is precisely so with man who

feeds his mind only upon one idea. lie
n'' correspondent banks are located in every part of t gorws mean and small, narrow and "-./"\

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the contracted in his views, and not only .
impairs his usefulness but multiplieshis R... 1
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United States. ugliness.The .

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tf ELEGANT BANQUET FOR STATE "Rube" since man created. Som-
was
about by such a variety of elements, The Peoples National Ban
:lr EDITORS ber and peculiar, comic and grotesque, that its range of action is unlimited,
Continued from First Page.) but never graceful nor handsome.
, tF > ( if unhampered. It touches and receives -
The list that follows shows Forceful, but one never knows "It is "
1- space. impressions from all other a pleasure to serve you.
this to be out of the question. whether his force will injure of benefit souls at such an infinite variety of .

The speakers were F. C. Bowyer, a measure or a cause it mattersnot points, that it is absolutely impossiblefor

i president of the Tampa Board of which side "Rube" may happen to it to feed upon one idea, and move
be on. It can be said that in .I"'I
Trade, who voiced Tampa's debt of physical along one groove for any considerable _
'l gratitude to the State press for its danger, "Rube" is the man you would length of time. A mind surrendered +:

frequent assistance to (this city when look to, and a moral cause has a friendin to one idea is diseased and becomes ,MMMMMIMMfMMtHIMttMMMIfffMftHMMIMItlltttttllllttllMitlili

its interests were at stake; Frank L. him, and religion is never despised nsane. Men who have but
one con-
Mayes, president of the associationand I by his kind. stant theme of thought are feeding

editor of the Pensacola Journal, I lIon. Frank E. Harris, of Ocala, was I the mind on the root diet that will YOWELL'SIn

+! who paid a high tribute to the press toast master and a mighty good one finally leave a dwarfed mind.

and and its he proved to be". -
E to Tampa newspapers; The saddest part about the storyof
} Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, whose Friday was given over to a trip to the men who limit'their sphere of

forceful argument for good roads II St. Petersburg and Pass-a-Grille. The thought and action to one people and
forth loud delightful hospitality of these resorts
brought appreciation
; one idea is that in most cases theyare
r Peter 0. Knight, who responded to"Florida" I along the Bay added much to the en- irredeemable. They can not be : : CI: .LIlidri
tertainment of the .
t in his usual optimistic vein, I delegates.A reasoned with. They are like the
and took occasIon to touch up the business session of the Association 1
pebble which has by the action of
; brethren of the for devoting too I was held on the return trip to
press the waves, become imbeded in the
...much time to politics and too little I Tampa and many routine matters rock. It can not be budged from its QS Valu
i I were gotten off the docket. i anu Wasn
to the resources of the State; Harry I Ij position until some powerful action oo
Mr. Brown, of
St.
Petersburg, de-
; :j L. Brown, editor of the St. Augustine i breaks up the entire structure.
f
# livered a most admirable address
Record, whose facile wit and graceful i on Both mind and body need new food ,

p compliment established him quickly as'i'r"Conducting Advertising of a -need rest and recreation-must have ,I
( ', "
;;, a prime favorite; Dr. Stagg, of Orlando Newspaper. High moral ground was I play grounds and swimming pools.
I taken in this address the In Pique Corduroy
on duties of Poplin
and
who told clever stories The
x gavean i man who possesses a sound ,
eloquent tribute to the influences!'[I newspapers to their patrons. I mind, never grows so old but that he .

of the press; C. E. Woods, editor of 1 It is the belief tonight that the As- loves to think of the boyhood days, : Linen and Crash Latest

the Eustis Lake Region, and one oft i'sociation will complete its business I when in the heat of summer he sat on

the real orators of Florida news- before noon Saturday, when will close a rocky ledge in a cool retreat and : styles both white and colored

: paperdom; Robert McNamee, of Dixie,' one of the best attended and most successful watched the water tumble and frolicIn ,

( Jacksonville, whose anecdotes kept the I'I and pleasant sessions In all the stream below, or fished in the ,

4 ,company in a roar; Robert W. Bentley I I the lnizatiohTh2 thirty-four. years of the life of the old mill pond, or strolled Up And i One Lot White Wash Goods, stripe an
of the Times Qrg
managing editor Tampa ; I I down the shore and pirhfrl up a shell

T. J. Appleyard, the popular secretary ,I last business to be transactedwill of rainbow lining f>f Investigated a 25 cents to $1.00
yarl
from per
4 of the associatleiif f M. F Hethering-I. be the selection of v.ie place for deep cavern, or impl'isoned within wet [ checks,
of the Lakeland Telegram; I next year's meeting., Much interestis sand walls
Jon, editor *f* invading craw-fish.
Fred Matthews, of Key West; Mr. ; manifested m\ the successful can- These were .fce formative days when AT HALF PRICE
!
4
Perry, of Fort Myers, whose poetic didate will havte to put up some good body xnd! hind were developing into !.
feature of the arguments as well as put up a stiff .
toast to the press was a greafss and usefulness unhamper-

entertainment; Rube Allyn the versatile fight. +; I by the artificialties of the social

editor of the Sarasota Sun, ahumorist world. And where is the well developed rrice
0 f. ; Lew W. Bown'', JOHNNY GETS Hid GUN i man of body and mind who does full Line of alning Suits1ISizes, an

editor of the St. Petersb':(g nde-. not yet love to get away from old

pendent; CoL J. D. Ca;'aoun( of the Deer mr fshufimin: scenes to new fields and among new

Tampa Times; and Willis\ Powell\\, !ec- Pa went too the coun meetin the faces.

tttary of the Tampa Board of Trade, bther nite an when he came home he The man who will get away from

who 'rtftde one of his usual good talks, just laffed an said hed rather go thare the smudgy air of the city and go out SXJBTS: was
than the pitcher show after this Pa -
into nature's
full of humor and "boost. great cathedral for a
comment on some of these was talking too a man at the depot I season and mingle with the profoundly
Some
i Speeches, however, may be made. yesterday an the man said shoot sucha simple life of the woods and fields- : $ 1,25 and 1.50 Values now $0.9!
where cant by a
even
Peter 0. Knight, gyrated to the de- town you listen to the chatter of the birds, :
light and entertainment of all. lie stogee on sunday he said it was the watch the busy bee extracting nectar and 5 Values s now 1.31
dullest place he ever saw he Said thatit $2.00 .
for her
his ideas on law and law making, store house, listen to the :

gave farming and money making, content- they got laid so dull off here the in hands the Summer of the town that laughing of the water as it passes : $3k)0 3,50 and 4.00 Values, now 1.91!

ment and work, wealth and poverty, never to return again, watch the slim I ,
wise men and fools legislatures and clock an that the only good things in legged king fisher get his breakfast, :
the town was the tranes goin out t>fit listens -
to the
California and Florida incidentallY4If tinkling of the cow-bell :
Pa got awfull mad an told me goin | on the distant hills, and I
hears
Mr. Knight was not a lawyer, my the hum
what an anarchist he would make. home that the man was a nocker while of reapers in the valley below, his I YOWELLThe

Hon. Braxton Beacham talked good We was on our way home a big guy, mind unloads all burdens, forgets all N. P.

roads, and did it convincingly and eloquently went past in a grate big mashine and bitterness and discards all unholy

taking the ground that the spoke to Pa an growled about sum thought. In the midst of such en-

press of the state, by refusing to support peepul payin thare grocery bills an chanted surroundings he forgets all White Store
others could own a mashine an ride
wicked Big
any man who did not stand for thoughts toward his fellows I
what did he by that
around to mean
the needs of the day making for the I and widens the chambers where dwell :
could mr Shooman when i grow up im goin love and and 'IIMIHIIIIIitiMi
greatest good of the people, by peace contentmentIs
too be a big fatt poliseman like mr ..
it
for worthwhile? "
Will '
this attitude make it impossible any man -----
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incompetent men to have positions of Arthur did you se mike smith's new regret -days thus spent? Will the ----------- ---- SATISFACTORY SALE FOR SALE
hat We went over to the holey Rollers BASEBALLZellwood A
responsibility in the government of world :suffer by this rest and rec- I
meetin last nite an believe me it was;
com- reation? Let the
This speech was thoughtful only
the state. members of the asso- sum meetin they yelled an screamed allwT- in a hotly contested game The special sale of Scruggs & Dick. Practically new Rambler A mobile -

mented upon. by- and calculatedto around somethin awful an when Pa defeated Sorento by a score of 6 to 2.I son during the past week was satisfactory equipped with Presto ligh top,

ciation as most timely on this most came home he told ma that they wasnt BACK TO HIS POST The features of the game were Fred I to both the proprietors and the curtains, windshield, speedster,
thought-evoking
be subject just now in the holey Rollers at all they was holey Col.! H. E. Waters has returned from Ulrich and Geo. Walker getting four i[ trade. This firm did not put on the clock, bumper, spare wheel wit:xtra
important Shooman. odds and ends of old broken tube and complete set to and
of the state. I Terrors. Goodby mr Tampa and is again greeting his hits out of five times up. I market tire,
development Johnnie Butz. the. they have none such. accessories.Also .
and Ulrich constituted stocks, as
friends the Wilkins
The pyrotechnics came to a close at San Juan. It had been
fully expected that Mr. Waters would battery of Zellwood, while Merrill and I Every garment was new and up-to- has auto trunk with ft suitcases
1 about one o'clock in the morning, The date and when they sell such goods
return the Sorento artist for touring. Reason fosell-
and Orton were
One hundred sixty-three pupilsare Thursday night and i
the some even
of speech by is
with a Florida type the most interesting both parties to the transaction have further for
There has never now attending the normal schoolin surmised that he would not return game was one of ing no use a
"Rube" Allyn. .
lion like speech made in the annalsof Madison This is the largest enroll- alone. But did and now his expectant of the season. pleased. Address P. 0. Box 87, City. '

been a ment in the history of the school for. friends have another "guess a comn -
been Lre8tt
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Man cannot live by bread aloce/bat j } .
8. WftUn How.. Cu&hr by every word that proceedeth out.of < '" /1 \" ,-{. 1L"" .' \ ..
T. Pictoo Warlow. Vke.Pr& t J1 t.'ft. ', "' r. Jt'f' ,
his mouth. All nature and all t'!"" 7: :. -
Howard C. Babcock. AM't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Au'Cubist revelation ri }; \ : ./ ,./ <

, shows man to be something< -' ; ,' :.... ':' ',.' l __
V more than animal-more thalftJhfiok t. 4-'f. : \ _
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idea in all God's universe so great andso ', t'1t .. '-.,, '.., ". -%
nutritious that it can furnish, food 1 I' V ,. I '
{ '= '. ', t 1 ", -
for an immortal soul. Variety of 1' 9." i i..
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BANK nutriment is absolutely essential, even I '
to physical health. There tare so :
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many elements that enter into the :: : S.
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structure of the human body,and sash: 'HIGH WATER : i
;: of stimuli for the '0 !h. l4.i,.. 1
a variety requisite .:. <" j
I of OrlandoTHE play of the vital forces, that it is necessary : ". DEPOSITS t' J.,. "

to lay under tribute a wide! ,.-:_ ,"... ." _' .. s," ,'
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of nature, of roots, of of I '. -
range grains, j J ,
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fruits and fowls, of beasts and fishes :' ", i 1
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OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND of juices and spices and flavors, all '\ '. must bring their contributions for a "., \.' Feb <"-t 913 -.:: -141,174.8,3 -- !
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of functions makes ?
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f The Bank which transacts more business than I ; ..
sailor, kept too long on hard May 21,1913 ..1 ", t 3 6 6 S '1 l
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any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa biscuit and salt bacon degenerates and ,
June ", 1913
----------------- $261,099.43During
I becomes the victim of scurvy. The

recluse who dwells in a dark cabin

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up living on a scant supply of roots and II the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty by conducting its business on sound herbs, seeing nothing to nourish the I
years their deposits to decrease. \Ve expect ours to decrease
eye, eating nothing to nourish the
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- body, grows weak eyed and of ugly l before another official statement to the Comptroller of the

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis visage and dwarfed body. currency.

reuected in the large amount of deposits. Song birds migrate. Buzzards Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support

hawks, and birds of prey prefer a lim which makes this excellent showing possible.
;t Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 ited sphere for their activities and in

times of scarcity of carion foods they

;rv t prey upon one another that they may
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS survive and only the more cunningor

swift or strong do survive.It .

is precisely so with man who
t
feeds his mind only upon one idea. He
m., Our correspondent banks are located in every part of gorws mean and small, narrow and -\r

I. to. the world and include some of the largest Banks in the contracted in his views, and not only
impairs his usefulness but multiplieshis
t United States. ugliness.The .

human mind bears close rela-
1r1I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM ''MIMIIMHMM tion to such a wealth of truth, sucha

t+ {' ELEGANT. BANQUET- FOR STATE- "Rube" since man was created.- -Som-. about multitude by such of a interests variety, of is elements clustered, Peoples National Ban: j j'It

.4. EDITORS ber and peculiar, comic and grotesque, that its range of action is unlimited,

, t f (Continued from First Page.) but never graceful nor handsome. if unhampered. It touches and receives -

1 space. The list that follows shows Forceful, but one never knows impressions from all other is a pleasure to serve you."
.3, of the question. whether his force will injure of bene- .
this to be out souls at such an infinite variety of
The speakers were F. C. Bowyer, fit a measure or a cause, it mattersnot points, that it is absolutely impossiblefor
of the Tampa Board of which side "Rube" may happen to
t4'1 president it to feed upon one idea, and move tttliilliliitMi.
Trade, who voiced Tampa's debt of be on. It can be said that, in physical along one groove for any considerable iViMMIIHMUa

y gratitude to the State press for its danger, "Rube" is the man you would length of time. A mind surrenderedto
assistance to this city when look to, and a moral cause has a friendin IMIIIIMIHMMHtMMMIHittllttttttttMfittttlfMMIIMIIIIinillMHH
frequent one idea is diseased and becomes
its interests were at stake; Frank 1... him, and religion is never despisedby insane. Men who have but one constant

Mayes, president of the associationand 1 his kind. theme of thought are feeding

a editor of the Pensacola Journal,I Hon. Frank E. Harris, of Ocala, was I the mind on the root diet that will TOWELL'ST

'' who paid a high tribute to the press: toast master and a mighty good one finally leave a dwarfed mind.

L and to Tampa and its newspapers; I he proved to be. The saddest part about the storyof .
t Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, whose Friday was given over to a trip to I the men who limit'their sphere of "

forceful argument for good roads St. Petersburg and Pass-a-Grille. The. thought and action to one people and

brought forth loud appreciation;l I delightful hospitality of these resorts one idea, is that in most cases theyare '
& Peter O. Knight, who responded to"Flgrldl" along the Bay added much to the entertainment irredeemable. They can not be : : i

in his usual optimistic vein,I of the delegates.A reasoned with. They are like the

and took occasIon to touch up the business session of the Association -I has the of !
pebble which by action
& brethren of the press for devoting too I was held on the return trip to the waves, become imbeded in the

t .much time to politics and too little,I Tampa and many routine matters rock. It can not be budged from its W ih QS V Vi1 lu
I I were gotten off the docket. I Kirt nQ

to L.Record the Brown,resources whose, editor facile of of the the wit St.State and Augustine graceful; Harry i 4 Mr. Brown a most, of admirable St. Petersburg address, delivered on- breaks position Both up mind until the and entire some body powerful structure.need new action food j oo : _


compliment established him quickly asa "Conducting the Advertising of a -need rest and recreation-must have

prime favorite; Dr. Stagg, of Or- i Newspaper." High moral ground was play grounds and swimming pools.
taken in this address on the duties of' In Poplin Pique Corduroy
and i,
lando, who told clever stories gave The man who possesses a sound ,
an eloquent tribute to the influencesof f newspapers to their patrons. I mind, never grows so old but that he '
the press; C. E. Woods, editor of: It is the belief tonight that the Association i loves to think of the boyhood days, Linen and Crash Latest

the Eustis Lake Region, and one of will complete its business! when in the heat of summer he sat on

the real orators of Florida news- I' before noon Saturday, when will close a rocky ledge in a cool retreat and styles both white and colored

paperdom; Robert McXamee, of Dixie,! one of the best attended and most fuc- watched the water tumble and frolicin ,

Jacksonville, whose anecdotes kept the i' cessful and pleasant sessions in all the stream below, or fished in the

Company in a roar; Robert W. Bentley. the thirty-four years of the life of the old mill pond, or strolled up And One Lot White Wash Goods stripe an
| Organization. ,
managing editor of the Tampa Times; down the shore and picked up a shell

T. J. Appl(>>yard!, the popular secretary f Tlit\: last business to be transactedwill of rainbow lining f>t investigated a checks from 25 cents to $1.00 per yarl
be the selection of &e place for
f; of the associatieflf M. F. Hethpring- deep cavern, or imprisoned within wet ,
Jon editor of the Lakeland Telegram; next year's meeting. Much interest : sand wallM. Invading
Fred Matthews, of Key West; Mr. ., is manifested au<\l the successful candidate I These were 't.t formative AT HALF PRICE

perry, of Fort Myers, whose poetic will hato put up some good body \niJ hind were craW.fiSh'l

toast to the press was a feature of the arguments as well as put up a stiff 1 g'J'f'l\tf} ss and usefulness

entertainment; Rube Allyn, the ver- fight. ._ by the artificialties of

satile editor of the Sarasota Sun, a world. And where is the well developed rrice
humorist of merit; Lew W. Bwn:i l JOHNNY GETS HH r.UN; I man of body and mind who does Full Line of alnin uits all iZBS an

editor of the St. Petersb'fR Ind. --- not yet love to get away from old
D. Ca l'I Deer mr Shuunlan: scenes to new fields and
pendent; Col J. |.nOun, Of the among new-
Pa went too the oun meetin\ the
faces.
\
Tampa Times; and \this Powell, ?ecretary I
of > Tampa Board of Trade, Other nite an when he came home he The man who will get away from

who rfiftdf one of his usual good talks, just laffed an said hed rather go thare the smudgy air of the city and go out SXJETS -
full of humor and "boost. than the pitcher show after this Pa into nature's great cathedral for a
was talking too a man at the depot season and mingle with the profoundly
of these
speeches Some comment, however on, some may be made. yesterday an the man said shoot sucha simple life of the woods and fields- $ 1,25 and 1.50 Values now $0.91

to the delight town where you cant even by a listen to the chatter of the birds,
Peter 0. Knight, gyrated
and entertainment! of all. Hegave stogee on Sunday he said it was the ,watch the busy bee extracting nectar $2eaaand 2.50. Values now 1.31
dullest place he mr saw he Said thatit
his ideas on law and law making, for her store house, listen to the
farming and money making, content got; so dull here in the Summer that laughing of the water as it passes and 4.00 Values now 1.91
$3.00,3.50
laid off the hands of the town ,
ment and work, wealth and poverty, they never to return again, watch the slim .
clock an that the only good things in .
wise men and fools, legislatures and legged king fisher get his breakfast,
California and Florida\ incidentally 4 the town was the tranes goin out of listens to the tinkling of the cow-bell I

it Pa got awfull mad an told me goin on the distant hills, and hears the hum :
If Mr. Knight was not a lawyer, my .
home that the man was a nocker while of in the valley below his
,
what an anarchist he would make. reapers P. YOWELL
Hon. Braxton Beacham talked good We was on our way home a big guy mind unloads all burdens, forgets all : N.

roads, and did it convincingly and eloquently went past in a grate big mashine and bitterness and discards all unholy

taking the ground that the spoke to Pa an growled about sum thought. In the midst of such en- ,

press of the state, by refusing to sup- peepul payin thare grocery bills an chanted surroundings he forgets all White Store
port any man who did not stand for others could own a mashine an ride wicked thoughts toward his fellows The Big :
around to what did he mean by that
the needs of the day making for the and widens the chambers where dwell .
greatest good of the people, could by mr Shooman when i grow up im goin love and peace and contentmentIs I III IIIIII tit HMMHH MM mil

this attitude make it impossible for too be a big fatt poliseman like mr ; it worthwhile? Will any man t ---- -- -- -

incompetent men to have positions of Arthur did you se mike smith's new : regret Jay thus spent? Will the ] A SATISFACTORY SALE FOR SALE
hat We went to the holey Rollers BASEBALL
over
responsibility in the government; of world Buffer by this rest and recreation -
meetin last nite an believe me it was ---- I '
This speech was commented ? Let the thoughtful onlyanswer.
the state. of the sum meetin they yelled an screamed I Zellwood in a hotly contested game The special sale of Scruggs & Dick- Practically new Rambler .Amo-
members asso-
upon by around somethin awful an when Pa defeated Sorento by a score of 6 to 2.I son during the past week was satisfactory bile, equipped with Presto Ugh top
calculated
ciation as most timely and this most came home he told ma that they wasnt BACK TO HIS POST I The features of the game were Fred to both the proprietors and the curtains, windshield, speedeter,

,: to be thought-evoking on now in the holey Rollers at all they was holey Col. H. E. Waters has returned from I Ulrich and Geo. Walker getting four:I trade. This firm did not put on the clock, bumper, spare wheel witxtra
just
important subject Shooman. market odds and ends of old broken tire, tube and complete set to and
times
of the state. .Terrors. Goodby mr Tampa and is again greeting his hits out of five up. I I II
development ;' Johnnie Butz. friends Wilkins and Ulrich constituted the stocks, as they have none such. accessories.Also .
at the San Juan.
pyrotechnics came to a close I It had been
The fully expected that Mr. Waters would battery of Zellwood, while Merrill and Every garment was new and up-to- has auto trunk with Unit
c o'clock in the morning, Thegame date and when they sell such goods
one artist
about return Thursday Orton were the Sorento cases for touring. Reason fosell-
hundred and sixty-three pupilsare night and
One some even
of speech by the transaction is
with a Florida type attending the normal school surmised that he would not return was one of the most interestingof both parties lo the ing have no further use for a
now
liv U<,n. "Rube"like speech Allyn.made There in the has annalsof never Madison.. This is the largest enroll- alone. But did and now his expectant the season. pleased. Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. z

been a ment in the history of the school for friends have another "guess a corn-I "
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