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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: July 9, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9TH, 1913. NUMBER 128.

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WOMAN CAPTURED a Ias[ GRAND LODGE I It PRESIDENT WilSON% SOUTHERN MANAGtRl'.OFFICERS CHOSEN CITY COUNCil IN-



DEMflfTM AI t IS NOW IN SESSIOftI; ENJOYSVACATION TO HEADSYNDICATE BY BUSINESS MEN SPfCIAl SfSSION


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WHILE FISHING FOR WEAK FISH THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS j CHIEF EXECUTIVE WILL NOT MORRIS FORMERLY I MEETING HELD LAST EVENING THE SINKING OF TWO MORE

OFF MANHATTAN BEACH, MRS AND THE SUBMISSION OF RE- LEAVE HIS SUMMER WHITE WITH THE GEmGl.CEXTILL I IN DRENNEN-LATTNER HALL !, DRAINAGE WELLS WAS THE

,MILDRED WILLIAMS LANDS PORTS WERE THE CHIEF | HOUSE FOR NATION'S CAPITAL RAILROAD WILL SOON BE A AND BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATIOX | PRINCIPAL MATTER FOR DISCUSSION

A. MONSTROUS SHARK FEATURES OF THE SESSION UNTIL END OF WEEK RAILROAD PRESIDENT RE-ORGAXIZED I LAST NIGHT

New York, July 8.-Hooking a ''I Rochester, N. Y., July 8.-With Special to the Sentinel. \ Special to the Sentinel At a thoroughly live meeting of the The City Council men special session -
shark which she said was at least i!, contests for nearly every officer, from Cornish, N. H., July 8.-President ; Boston, Mass., July S.-Charles S.I Business Men's Association of Or- I last night. Engineer Ramsey
eight feet long, while fishing in the ;; exalted ruler to trustee the first business Wilson will remain here until Sunday |jMellin I president of the New : lando, held last evening at the rooms \ requested the Council to have two
ocean,for weakfish, three miles off the I'il session of the forty-ninth reunion afternoon, according to the advices at I 1: New Haven & Hartford Railroad, today I of Drennen-Lattner, there was pres- more drainage wells put down near
Oriental Hotel, at Manhattan Beach, i of the Grand Lodge of the Benevolent the Summer White House.today. The resigned the presidency of the ent a most enthusiastic representation i the sink hole, ten feet below the pros-
Mrs. Mildred Williams, of No. 914 and Protective Order of Elks I' President has been advised from Boston and Maine and Maine Central of the merchants and others interest. ent level of the water, in order to
Fountain avenue, Brooklyn, a bride of open this morning. Election of officers Washington that there was little use Railroads. The announcement of his ed and much was accomplished during keep the water below the septic tankon
five months, struggled with her hus- and the submission of reports of his returning there this week as resignation followed a meeting of the an earnest discussion of nearly' the southeast side of the town. .

band, for thirty minutes. to get the were the chief business of the day. nothing of importance was scheduledin : directors of the Boston & Maine Rail two hours. ;i The present wells, three in number,
captive near their motor boat that he Supporters of Edward Leach, of New Congress, and the other official bus- road here this afternoon. I Ii Vice President P. F. I.aubach pre- ,' were insufficient to keep the water in
might shoot it. At an opportune moment York, candidate of the regulars, iness was not pressing enough to demand -| Mr. Morris McDonald, of the Port- i sided and a complete re-organization the sink hole down during the heavy'
Williams fired two shots into its claimed a victory this morning, with the President. i, land & Maine and vice president of the effected of the association. i t rains of the summer.
body. I iat least one thousand votes margin. President Wilson continues to enjoy Maine Central, will be elected to suc-'i Mr. E. H. Gore acted as secretary On motion, they were ordered 4
Apparently wounded tc death, the 1 I' They did not concede more than six his vacation and his extensive motor ceed Mr. Melvin as head of both the of the meeting and Mr. W. P. Henry,I placed. The money to pay for themto
shark, which was then cbse to their I hundred to J. Cookman Boyd, of Bal- trips and golf games have done won- I" roads at a meeting to be held July 16. of Pittsburg, Pa., representing the be taken out of the sewerage fund.
motor boat, made a leap half out of i timore, the insurgent candidate. It ders for his somewhat run down con- Mr. McDonald was for a number of I Merchants' Mercantile Agency, as Mr. Holland's motion to allow Mr.
the water, caught a stout pole, which I was the intention of both factions to dition. years, connected with the Central I Ii organizer for the State of Florida Boone, the city clerk, an assistant for
:Mrs. Williams held, between its teeth, ,conclude the election today, if possi i Railroad, of Georgia. who has been here for a week pastin !' one month to assist him in getting up .
snapped the end and the line disap- ble. A hot fight for grand trustee is DASHED TO DEATH I II I the interest of this especial work,I II the assessment books was allowed.

peared, leaving a trail of crimson. Mr. being waged between Samuel V. Per- I WORLD'S SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION I gave many valuable suggestions in I III The Council adjourned to meet Monday -'
Williams and his wife followed for rott of Indianapolis, and J. D. Jones, Houston, Tex., July 8.-Lieut. Lo- I I i i 'explaining the scope and detail of!; night, July 14th.
half a mile and cruised about for two of Scranton, Pa., and it may prove the ren H. Call, of the United States I II procedure found most effectual in I I
hours, thinking the shark would come closest contest in the list. Aviation Corps, was killed early today I Special to the Sentinel i bringing about the best results. I FIVE DAYS TO AWAKEN HER
to the surface dead, but they foundno Every train entering the city by the collapse and fall of his aero- i Zurick, Switzerland, July 8.-The The constitution as presented by I I

trace of it. I brought more delegates today. The plane north of Texas City. He had j I World's Seventh Sunday School Con-I Mr. Henry, was adopted. t i New Orleans, La., July 8.-One of
Williams and his wife gj fishing at program outside of the business ses- started his flight from the aviation I vention began its sessions in this city On motion, Mr. Lartigue was elect- the most remarkable cases on record
least three times a week ii their mo- 'sion included band concerts a ball field in the second army division mo- I I today continuing until Wednesday of I ed chairman of the Executive Com II in the Charity Hospital was one that
torboat, the Black Hawk. They gen- game and a roastfest. Tonight an bilization camp. i, next week. The convention is being I mittee. developed several days ago in
erally go to the mussel beds, about electrical and floral parade of floats, The accident occurred several miles 'I held under the auspices of the World's Mr. H. II. Dickson received unanimous -i I Hattie Evans, aged 55, and a resident
three miles out to sea On this occas- with fireworks, will be held. from the troop camp. First informa- Sunday School Association which represents vote for President of the Asso- of Roseland, La. Doctors tried to
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ion they had good :luck in hooking tion was that the machine was com- i l more than 285,000 Sabbath ciation. I II I Hattie to sleep after she had been
fish, but none in getting them into the RESULTS IN YESTERDAY'S ELECTION pletely wrecked, and that the officer I schools and over 28,000,000 scholars in I Mr. P. F. Laubach was chosen vice- awake for 5 days and nights, and
boat. Every time the had a fish hook.I I was dead when found. the United States, Europe and Africa. I I oresident I I I when they finally succeeded they could
ed they felt a sharp jull until then the ,, Lieut. Call was regarded as one of Thousands of delegates are presentat From among several candidates' not awaken her for five days and
line would indicate ;hat the fish had Much interest was manifested inyesterday's the best army aviators. ,Yesterdayhe the convention, including William I Mr. W. C. Clark was selected as sec.: nights. She will be able to leave the .
gotten off. An exceptionally violent election. Many of the made a twenty-five-mile flight in H. Hartshorn, of Boston, vicepresident -I retary and treasurer of the associa- I hospital in a few days.
citizens of Orlando had failed to qualify of the World's I
School
twenty minutes. Sunday tion and later for his
almost Mrs. compensation
pull on the line dragged Several weeks ago she was broughtto
by not paying their poll tax and con Association and president of the International '
Williams out of the boat She called work was fixed. All officers were I the hospital suffering with neural '
for help. She wouid the reel while sequently were debarred from voting. Tenth U. S. Fatality I ; Sunday School Convention chosen for one year. gia. She was in the institution for a
The results as shown by the returns Washington S.-The death : Bishop Burt, of this city, and Bishop I Messrs. A. J. Wall and
her husband pulled n. Soon the form July of' John S. 'week or two. The doctors asked her
of a shark rose to he surface. Williams I were Jas. L Giles, 153; Mr. Lieut. Call today makes a total of ten i j' Hartzell of Maderia. I Rowland were chosen a committee to how she rested. "
Geo. A. Barker, 89.! While the vote in the interest of The committee, which arranged for lock after the of I'I
avia- | status incoming
told her to put him in while he government don't sleep at night, much less ,
was small Mr. Giles' majority is quite cred-I the convention considered Zurich
i tion work as
eight fatalities .
being strangers.A
reached for his rev lver. in the day, and I am not tired or
He didn't have s good chance to !decisive. ited to the army. and one to the_ navy..,I the strategic point from which to I committee of three on advertising: sleepy, either," she replied.
fire until his wife ;ot the fish close 1 That Mr. Giles will make a fine since experiments in aerial naviga-I spread an influence throughout having been decided upon, the chair. !j The treatment was changed and she
to the boat. Then ii rapid succession I alderman, no one has any doubt. He tion was started with heavier than air Europe. appointed the following: Messrs. T. expressed relief. Soon afterwards she
he sent two bullets into its body. knows the city and appreciates the machines at Fort Myer, Va., 1908.! The 0. Brown, IL G. Lattner and Josiah began to complain of being tired. One
I needs of the hour. There are I POISON KILLS 2,300: HORSES .
many list is AND!
as follows: Ferris.
the the fish
After snapping pole big night while the nurse was passing
dived under the boa; and headed out i matters just now for consideration by Lieut. Thomas E. Self ridge, .dashed MULES I II I Many features of the credit system through the room she heard the pa-
oward Sandy Hock.LARGEST : the Council and demanding good to death at Fort Myer, Va., I I II were gone over carefully and the tient snoring. She slept all that night
I judgment for their direction, Mr. ber 17 1908 while septem-I Topeka, Kansas, July 8.-That the I ,
flying attendants at last night's animated and all the next day. Five nights and
BUTLESHIP I Giles will prove to be a most valuable I ville Wright, who had a leg broken plague which killed more than than session believe they have given a fine It five I days elapsed before she could be
'!addition to the Council at this time. I in the fall. I I 2,500 horses and mules in Kansas last I impetus to a movement which will re-t! awakened.

New York, July Preparations I Lieut. E. M. Kelley, ground to death i year was not an infectious disease, dound greatly to their own benefit and j Now she is rid of her neuralgia and
have been made at the Brooklyn navy I BURNS COUNTRY_ HOME beneath his machine when he struck but due to a poison, was the reportof in no wise effect adversely any but I says she is feeling fine and that she

yard for laying the feel; )f the latest London, July 8.-An "arson squad"of ground too hard in landing at San the special commission of the Uni- the undeserving.The I, will go home in a few days.
United States battlestip, designatedfor Militant Suffragettes burned down! Antonia, Tex., May 19, 1911. versity of Kansas, appointed by the general 'plan of work has been'
the present as Nt 3), for which the country residence of Sir WilliamII. Lieut. Leighton W. Hazlehurst, Governor to investigate the subject. set forth in the columns of the Sen- HAVANA POLICE CHIEF SHOT
there is an appropriaion of $16,000- Lever founder of Port Sunlightand I plunged to death when a wing of his The report stated that there was tinel so recently it hardly needs repe-
chairman of the Liverpool Schoolof 1 machine crumpled at College Park, no known cure for the ailment from tition now. Havana, July 8.-General Armando
000.The will be oi the Md., June 12, 1912. which the animals suffered and that An Executive Committee of
vessel ore largest Tropical Medicine, early this morn- seven Riva, chief of the National Police,
men-o'-war afloat. Sic Kill have a ing. The mansion, which is called A. L Welsh, (professional instructor the climatic conditions which pro- was decided upon, but, with the ex- was shot and mortally wounded during .
displacement of 31,40j(( tens; will be "The Bungalow," is situated at River- ,) killed in fall at Chicago, September duced it probably will not prevail ception noted above the selection of I a pistol fight this evening in the
608 feet long, 97 feet lean: and havea ton, near Horwich, Lancashire. It was 11, 1912. again in many years.A some was deferred to the next meet 1 most crowded portion of the Prado.
draught of 28 feet, D hches.. She not occupied by the family, but con-i Lieut. L. C. Rockwell, killed whena parasitic fungi growing on the ing. i i General Ernesto Asbert, Governor of ,
will be laid down on th ways recently tained valuable paintings and other plane refused to work at College grains and other vegetation caused Messrs. Rowland and Lartigue were i Havana Province, Senator Vidal Mor
vacated by the dreadnotght New York precious objects, all of which were Park, Md., September 28, 1912. I the death of the animals. appointed a committee to wait upon I ales and Representative Arias were
which is now in the lash receiving consumed. A message was left by Corporal Frank S. Scott killed in Mr. H. H. Dickson and notify him officially involved in the fighting, which was
#finishing touches.IS the incendiaries stating that if Sir fall with Lieut Rockwell. BEST MILITARY CAMP of his election to the presidency the outcome of a raid made by General -

William Lever had been as loyal to of the Association. I'! Riva Saturday night on the
INJURED BY 1IREE-FOOT WILL BE TAKEN TO ITALY Texas City, Tex., July 8.-What i
the Suffragettes as Lancashire was Asbert Club when a large number ofI
army officers say is the best organizedand
FALL to the King, who is now saying to the OWES THE PRINCIPAL I members were caught gambling
industrial centers of the country, the Special to The Sentinel healthiest military camp in the i i They were arrested and sentenced to
Hackensack, N. J., Jily 8RodmanLaw Trenton, N. J., July 8.-Porter world today stretches for two miles j I fine.Governor .
fire would not have happened. Atlanta Ga., July 8.-In drawinga I a heavy
who has been shot ou; of a can- Charlton, a youth, who was charged along the shore of the Mexican Gulf suit for injunction filed with the su- Asbert complained to
dropped from balloon and air- with killing his wife at Lake Como, here. Four months ago the site of President Menocal who it is
non Attor- under.
$8:>,000 FIRE DAMAGE IN AUGUSTA perior court Monday morning,
this
ships, dumped into; the ocean! on a Italy, in 1910, was today ordered turn- camp was virtually a swamp. The ney Lawton Nally sought the aid of j stood, sustained the action of the po
ed over to the Italian authorities for transformation is one of the several
motorcycle and taped un- lice. General Riva while
speeding
Shakespeare and of the Bible. driving this
harmed from a score of othr! danger Augusta, Ga., July 8.-Silver's five I I trial in Italy by Judge Rellstab. big achievements of the American The plaintiff in the action was Jas. j, evening with his two young sons,
ous feats came to gr.ef yesterday in a and ten cent store was attacked by Charlton escaped from Italy after the soldiers sent here last February for Lee, a clerk, and the defendants were stopped his carriage in front of the
three-foot fall from, a w on. His fire at 3 o'clock this morning and the murder and was arrested on arrival mobilization of the second division of I a number of money lenders, termed]I Asbert Club, and caused the arrest of
the United States
shoulders were sprahed bay and a stock of goods and fixtures entirely and was placed in jail here where he army. "sharks" in the petition to restrain : the doorkeeper for illegally carryinga
finger so lacerated Hat he till, haveto ruined. The total loss is estimated at [has remained since. Charlton will be them from bringing suit or garnisheeing revolver. Asbert, Morales, and
have it amputated. Altfough; not j turned over to the Italians tomorrowand NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF Arias arrived in
$85,000. The origin of the fire is a the salary of the plaintiff. an automobile about
serious, yesterday's injuries are the mystery. Two young newspaper men I! will start immediately for Italy. CHARITIES Lee alleges that he has borrowed' the same time and a heated dispute
worst he ever had. discovered the blaze and gave the I approximately $2SO from Atlanta j I arose. Insults were exchanged and
[f alarm. The fire, which originated in :, BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Seattle, Washington, July 8.-The money lenders and that he has paid''i all alighted! dancing in a threatening .
CELEBRATE ADMIRAL'S 3IRTII- :i the center of the building, was hard to i LEAGUES ease with, which charitable societies ,'them on the loans more than 1,600 j I manner.
and institutions started in American
DM I fight, and it was some time before it are interest and that the principal is still'
was under control. It was not fully Special to The Sentinel cities and that without sufficient unpaid. i iROCKEFELLER'S I ROBBERS FOOLED
Washington, 4uly J.-Servicss com-! covered by insurance. What was not National forethought by responsible people, II I I
memorating the birtl 101 'earfago, of ruined by fire was ruined by water. ; New York, 6; Chicago, 5. was discussed by Francis H. McLean, 1. Passaic, N. J., July 8.-Learning
Admiral David B. porter, wlo won The Silvers also have a store in Sa Brooklyn, 1; Cincinnati, 2. general secretary of the American Association 74TH ANNIVERSARY !I from experience when they were held
fame during his s t.two yrs of vannah. Philadelphia 4; Pittsburg 6. of Societies for Organizing jup: and robbed of $150 in genuine
', service in the Un 'd States, navy, Boston, 6; St. Louis, 2. I Charities, before the National Conference i, money a year ago, Benjamin Goldberg
were held here top). He ded in HARDWARE MEN MEET AmericanNo of Charities and Correction here. Cleveland, Ohio, July 8Seventyfour and Julius Berban, partners in a produce -
this years old and the "richest man in I
February, 1891. | games scheduled. evening. business here ever since have
the world"-worth of halfa I
4 I Richmond, Va., July 8.-The ninth Southern upwards i carried a goodly quantity of bogus
billion dollars his business
to
ELK OFJCIALS annual convention of the Hardware Atlanta, 5, Memphis, 3. KILLED UNDER WHEELS according I I money around, ready to fool the next
associates John D. Rockefeller
.-:- Association of the Carolinas was I Nashville 4; Mobile, 3. I highwayman they encountered Their
Special to The sentinels.Rochester ;. opened this morning by President I New Orleans, 2; Chattanooga, 0. Columbus, Ga., July 8.-Albert Williams celebrated his birthday today. Therewas I[ chance came yesterday when two
N. Y July 8.-Edward Bonnoitt of Darlington, S. C., with I Montgomery, 9; Birmingham, 2. aged fifteen, an employe of a no elaborate program planned for :, masked men held their wagon at the
Leach, of New Yjk, was chosen most of the three hundred members South Atlantic cotton mill, was ground to pieces bya the anniversary. The Oil King spent i I point of revolvers and forced the men
the at Forest Hill. He
Grand Exalted Rut of the Elks at present and more arriving, many of Jacksonville, 4; Columbus, 1. Central of Georgia freight train morning received i to empty their pockets of $10OOO-in
the annual election officers of that them accompanied by members of Macon, 6; Savannah, 3. while stealing a ride north of the city. hundreds of messages of con- ;j bogus bills. The robbers fled, with
lodge held here tilt afternoon. Fred their families. Addresses of welcome Albany, 7; Charleston, 3. He had quit the mills and evidently gratulations from business men and !; the grocerymen gleeful, because their

Robinson was eletd Grand Secre- and responses occupied the morning, CarolinaWinstonSalem intended going to another town as a personal friends. t real money, $110, was safe beneath .

Ui,y. J I sightseeing and a reception were 6; Asheville, 0. hobo. The body was fearfully man- j, the wagon seatSubscribe ,
{ scheduled for this afternoon and tonight Durham, 5; Raleigh, 1. gled. Both legs and arms were found Hammocks, Croquet and Books for I
Sl bscribe for tij# Sentinel. Greensboro, 4; Charlotte, 3. in different places. I summer recreation. Curtis & O'Neal.I for the SentineL s
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Oviedo, July Cth.-0. P. Swope, the i Ii GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDO
hustling real estate agent, has pone toWichita M. SLEMONSWhere
where he will spend several I I .

:weeks.Mrs. Tidwell of lakeland spent several -I A Regular DownpourOF
days last week with her uncle, T.

J. Kelsey on Pine street. j Do You Buy Your SHOES ?
C. T. Sessions, who is now at Win-
ter Garden spent several days during -
his holiday with his friends here. I BARGAINSg&f I
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING SHOES"
Mrs. J. B. Jones with her daughter,I QUALITY
Ella Belle, and her niece, Mrs. II. Other people have and found comfort and service in them;So would you.
Harrison, of Jacksonville, have a cottage -
on Daytona Beach, where they Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are
Trill enjoy the surf during the long By securing your person. known all over the country as one of the best makes,

July days. al needs now,you can make more we sell lien's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $::.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $tOO
The Magazine Club was entertainedby
We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
Mrs. B. G. Smith at her charming. clear money than by any day's
home en Bay street Friday afternoon.I We sell Hoys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
work have ever done Everything
There was a large attendance, this being you Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
the last meeting during the sum-:I in our store is being sold We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

aier.: After usual roll call with quota. at a sacrifice. $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, 125.
ions on music, the audience enjoyed a.
I Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.
pleasing program rendered by the Be sure and visit our store. It
Music Club. Cake and delicious punch I Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.

were served by hostess, assisted by will eventually pay you. Remember TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU. '
Mrs. Cushing. Then followed adjourn-
lookers are welcomed as politely -
ment till October.
as buyers.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY SLEMONSDuring
-- W. M.
A few years ago Hon. S. A. Robin.;( -
ion offered the Orlando school trus-' '!IIIIIIICIOIIIIIII"IIOIIIIIIII' I.e Y ...t"'I'GI++t
tees a splendid collection of minerals:' Brown & Larti ue ..-
for the public school, if they would
During the past two or three years] York "Giants" are now planning to immmimniimmiiCo
provide suitable case in which toj!
I the game of baseball, so long the nat-!make a four months tour of the world
place the specimens. This magnanimous Men's and Boys' OutfittersNOTICE ional game of America, has shown i!beginning in November. The tour will
j bulf
offer
was duly acknowledged
with thanks but no further action was i steady growth among other countries,include the Phillipines, Japan, China, IPning ,
tver taken. I ....... .-z of the world. France has taken it up:i Australia, France and Ireland. This
with enthusiasm, while China!will probably result in internation
great an
This valuable collection may still j! -- -- t+++++
and have for several had i I al league.
i Japan years
be had by the school if the board will TO ADVERTISERS -
that fear contestant. The I I .
teams no
supply suitable cases for its reception;j Those desiring to make changes in, Kerosene
Chicago "White Sox," and the New i Patronize Sentinel advertisers.
otherwise we are reliably informed,|their advertisements must have their
it is likely to find its way into some'II I copy in this office not later than noon THE OAKlAND Gasoline
'Otl>>+Mt-o)rsast o-as
other high school or college of the I Iltate. of each day to insure publication.Are .
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many We Mr.suggest years collection Robinson carefully that and which the secure school collecting he has this trusteessee spent geological and-I!i ten cents? you If a not a week.,subscriber why not now to the? Only Sentinel -j i i THAT THE EVERYBODYIS CAR nit! 1 Brick! 1 Brick! I I':I: Oils Lubricating and Greases i


: SHOP SERVICE-No charge for i Axle Grease
which is probably the finest in Flor- TALKING :
:.1 I IWI. I I filling oil lamps, pumping tires with CEMENT BRICKThese
I air filtered of water and grease. I W. ABOUTASK I t+t++t
News comes from Panama City, Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street.I :'
Fla. that the celebration held there on I i: FOR DEMONSTRATION Brick are better than Clay Brick : P.G.WALTONAgent j
the first in honor of the bithday of Money to loan on improved prop j

Bay county was a success in every re- erty. S. Y. WAY. and they are cheaper PHONES {1259I
spect. Five thousand people were SEEMAGRUDER

. there for the celebration. Music by a: I I IJ I FRANK HYRES Orlando Florida i ii'
good band, speaking, and a big barbecue -
were the features of the occas e 1I '
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Butchers Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds: .


Cost of Ice Machine
$400.00
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Drug StoresCountry Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) 320.00:

Kerosene for operating at $60 600.00
Homes Pants} 5 ronts} per year

( Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) -,' 216.00

Clubs Maintenance and Depreciation (ten years) -;!: 400.00

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Total $1,936.00'
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Hospitals Ice, $1.00 per day for ten years -$3,650.00'

Grocers 1 0 0 Interest on above at 81 for ten years 1,314.00

Total $4,964.00
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Residences POUND S Net Saving with Ice Machine $3,028.00, or $302.10 per Year ;


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Your Ice Bill will pay for the machine in 12 to 18 months.MONEY i


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GOODS, MILLINERY, READY-TO-WEAR, GENTS FURNISHINGS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., ETC. THAT FOR ITS (iENTIXESS, ITS ABSOLUTE HONESTY OF PRICE REDUCTIONS -

POSITIVELY STANDS UNRIVALLED IN THE HISTORY OF ORLANDO. THIS MEANS THAT OUR REGl LAR LOW PRICES ARE LOWERED STILL FURTHER

AND THAT A PURCHASER CAN BUY OUR FINEST QUALITY AND UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE AND SAVE MOXE THE SELLING; TIME FOR SUMMER GOODS IS NEARING -

ITS END, ALTHOUGH THE TIME FOR WEARING THE GOODS HAS ONLY JUST BEGL'X.YE ARE MAKING PRICES FOR A DISTINCT CLEARANCE. COME AND SEE

THEM. YOU WILL BUY, FOR THE ELASTICITY OF THE PURCHASING POWER OF A DOLLAR AT THIS SALE OF SALES WILL BE EXTRAORDINARY MAGNIFIED.



I Every Bargain an Honest One. -, I Every Seduction a Genuine One._I



WE DO NOT WISH TO TAKE UP SPACE HERE IN EULOGIZING OUR MERCHANDISE AND EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS IN PRICES. WE ASK YOU INSTEAD NOT

TO FAIL TO READ EVERY LINE AND EVERY ITEM IN THIS BRIEF ALPHABETICAL CATALOGUE. IT IS A TRIUMPH OF RARE HONEST SALES REDUCTIONS.







ammencng MQNA1 N A JUt 7, and the continuingfor following 11 al aALLOVER





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LAC E S-in fancy GINGHAMS;; yards in Plain, GOWNS-in the New SKIRTS-Ready Made in Pique, Ser"'
Brussels, Baby Irish, Regular NIGHT -Short three-quarters San Toy Panama. Voile, Whipcord.
and net. Value lOc Price S2c.. and long sleeves. Regular Value $2.00, $2.50, $4.50, $5.00
1,000 yards in Plain, Stripes, and $6.00, $7.50. Sale Price $1.50. $193,
Reg. Value 69c, Sale of sales price 49c Checks, Regular Value 1212c, Sale Extra SpecialsIN Regular Value, 65c 85c, $1.00 $1.25, $3.75, $t.OO, $5.00, $6.00.
Reg. Value 75c, Sale of sales price 53c: Price lOc yard.HATS $1.50. Sale price, 55, 69, 89, 98, $1.10
SHIRTS-For Men. Soft and Stiff.
Regular Value $1.00 Sale of sales. .79c X.\PI\IXS-Tabl, Good Serviceable.Per
Trimmed and Untrimmed at dozen, Regular Value, 75c, $1.00, White and Colors.
Reg. Price $1.25 Sale of sales..89c Half Price. $1.50, $2.00. Sale Price 69c, 89c, $1.10. Regular Value, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00,
Reg. Val. $1.50, Sale of sales price 93c $2.00 for $1.00, up to $5.00 for 51.40. $1.25. $1.50. Sale Price, 43c, 30c. f 3c.
-- 89c 98c $1.10.
$2.50. NOTIONS-All at 23 per cent off Regular
WASH SUITS-All Sizes. HOUSE DRESSES- prices. SHEETING
BOYS Value for. .. .. .$ .89 Regular Value, $1.00, $1.10, $1.25, Nine quarters Regular Value 33c, Sale
$1.25 Value for .. .. .98 27 I'jc. Ten quarters, Regular Value
$1.50. Sale Pace, 85c; 9Sc, $1.03; $1.10 :
$1.50 Value for .. . .. . 1.10 BOOTS A AND SHOES[ -For Men 37c, Sale 30c.
$1.85 value for . . . .. 1.3,1 HOSE SUPPORTERS 10, 15; 23c: OVERALLS for Every Trade in
Drill and the New
BLEACHING Value for. .6}/=c THE FAMOUS "EIFFEL" HOSE .
lOc Value for ..... . ... ..8ftc The hose with a steadfast guarantee.The Poplin. TOWELSCotton..Regular lOc, 12'c, 15c;
12c Value for .. . .. .. .. lOc hose for all occasions. For Children and Women Regular Values $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, 20c. Sale Price, Sc, lOc, 12c 16c.
15c Value for .. ... .... ... 12c Regular 15c Value for . . .12'/zc $1.75. Sale Price, 90c, 98c, $1.15, $1.25 TOWELS-Linen

BELTS for Boys and Men. Regular 25c Value for. . . .20c wloo-.--_ TABLE OILCLOTH-In White Black Regular Value 25c, 35c 50c. Sale
Regular Value 35c'50c 75c, $1.00 Regular 35c Value for. . . .29c and colors. Price 18c, 29c, 43c.
Sale Price 29c, 43c, 62c, 83c.: Regular Value, 25c, 35c, SOc. Sale
Regular 50c Value for. . . 43c PAIRS PATENTS, TABLE LINEN-Pure Linen
ITOOTSSTOXFORDS Price, 19c. 29c, 43c. Value 35c, 50c, 75c,
Regular $100
Regular $1.00 Value for . . .89c
DALS BUTTON
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$1.50. Sale Price 28c, 43c, 65c, 89c.
"Warner's" )Iakl'. CHILDREN'S HOSE-Regular Value, ETC. In almost all sizes. 110.
CORSETS Value 50. 59, 75, $1.00, 15c 25c, 35c. Sale Price 12'/, 20, 29c SLIPS-In Fine Cam-
43c, 50c. 63c 8e.CIIILDRE : 130 Pairs Imported Lisle Lace Hose- Regular Values, $1.35, to $1.50. "Sale of Sales" PRINCESS sizes. TABLE LIXEX- Icrcerizrd
All Sizes-in Black, White and Tan, Regular Value, $1.00, $1.25, Regular Value, 35c, 50c, 60c, 7.c Sale
Price 9Sc.
"S WASH DRESSES in Regular 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 31c. $1.50, $2.00. Sale Price, 89c, 9Sc, $1.20, Price 28c, 43c. 50c, 60c.
white and colors, Sizes 6 mos. to 14
$1.65. TICKIXG-
years. Lace FOR MEN AND WOMENPAIRSINCLUDING Regular Value 12c, 15c, 20c. Sale
Reg. Values 59c, 65c, 75c, Dainty and PILLOW SLIPS Price
$1.00 $1.25, JABOTS lOc 12ftc, 15c.
25c, 35c, 50c,
$1.50. Sale Price 43c, 55c, 63c, 89c, 75c. LADIES BUTTON
150 Regular Value, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
98c $1.15.CHEMISESAH. Sale Price 19c, 29c, 39c, 59c. PATENTS, KIDS, TAN KIDS AND Sale Price, 12&C} 17c 20c, 27c, 43c.
SUITS-"Comfy Cuts-
Regular Value $1.00 Sizes-New for. .Designs. .89c JUMPERS-For .Men-All Sizes in CALFS IN HIGH AND LOW SHOES AND P.\XTS-Ien's, in all Wool and UNION Value 50c for 4.c.
Kahki. Drill, Denim and Duck. PUMPS. Worsteds. UNION SUITS-Tight Knee
Regular Value $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, Sale Regular Value, $1.50, $2.50, $4.00, Regular Value 25c, for 19c.
-White Lace and Em Price 89c, 98c, 120. Regular Values, $3.00 to $4.00. "Sale of Sales $5.00, $6.00. Sale Price, $1.20, $1.93, UNION SUITS FOR MEN-In "B.
DRESSES' -Sizes 34 to 44. With Price, $1.98. $2.98, $3.75. $4.50.I'ANTSMen's V. D." and "Porosknit"

the New Madras and Balkan Dainty Crepe Rip. Working Regular Value, $1.00 suit, Sale Price,
effects. KIMONOS Persian Lawns. 89c Suit.
Reg. Value $4.50, $5.50. $6.50, $7.50 Charming Designs and Color FOR MEN AND WOMEN Reg'Ular'alue, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
Sale Price ..$3.00, $4.25, $5.00 $5.75 ings. Regular Value $1.00, $1.10, $1.75. Sale Price, 93c, 98c, $1.20, $1.35: Mounted UMBRELLAS-Plain, Fancy and Gold
$1.25, $1.50. Sale Price 83c 93c, $1.03, PAIRS INCLUDES "SOROSIS" "QUEENQUALITY"
DRAWERS, Open and Closed $1.20 150 PARASOLS-$1.75 to $3.50, 25 pfr Regular Value. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Children's lOc. 15c, and 20e. AND "BANNISTER'S" In cent discount. $2.00, $2.50, $4.00, $5.00. Sale Price
Women's 35c, 50c, and 75c. KNICKERBOCKERS For Boys, Patents, Tans and Gun Metals, in High and Low 89c, 98c, $1.10, $1.50. $1.98, $2.75, $3.75
from 5 years to 17 years. Regular
DIMITY Fine Check. 230:> yards. Value 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. $1.50, Shoes and Pumps. QUALITY SHOES-We
Regular Value 15c. Sale price lOc $2.00. Sale. Price 43c, 60c 83c 98c, Regular Values $3,50, to $6.00. "Sale of Sales" QUEEN Sole Agents and carry VESTS-For Ladies
$1.15 $1.50.LINENS and representative rangeof Cut" and "Stay On." .
Price $2.35.A this famous Sterling make. "See Regular Value lOc, 12c, 25c.
MBROIDERIES -Irish-Natural Colors. Special ad with reference to these." Sale Price, 8c. lOc, 20c.
E Value 2Ec, 30c 35c, 40c VESTS-For Children
2,000 yards at lOc yard AllEMBROIDERY
widths. AH Patterns 50c. Sale 19c, 25c, 29c 34c, 43c. HOT WEATHER SPECIAL FOR MEN ONLY I Regular Value 15c, 20c. 25c. Sale
TABLE QUILTS-White and Colors in Honey Price 12K2c, 17c, 20c.WAISTSIn .
FLOUNCINGS LINEN-Double Width. MEN'S STRAW HATS Comb, Marcella, etc.
Regular VaL S9c,69c,75c, Regular Values 35c., 50c, 60c, 75c,
$1.00 $1.25
$1.00, $1.50. Sale Price, 29c. 43c, 50c ALL WE HAVE LEFT-And we have a few, andevery Regular Values, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
Sale Price 43c,55c,60c, 83:,. 98 60c, 89c, 120. head can be fitted.A $1.35$1.75,, 200.$1.50. Sale Price, 89c, 9Sc, $1.10 Lawn -and Cambric host to

EMBROIDERED DRESSES-In the L1NONS and LINEXESRe Choose from
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$2.00 Hat for 100. A $3,00 Hat for $1.50.
Newest Styles of this Season's Cre lar Value, lOc, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25 Regular Value 65c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
ations-Regular $3.50 $4.50, $5.50, Sale Price 8c, lOc, 12c, 13c 20c. JUST HALF PRICE ROMPERS-For and Children Kipplette in Ging in Sale Price, 50c 89c, 98c, 110.

$6.50, 7.50. Sale Price $198 $3.25, up to eight years.Regular WAISTS-Silk, in China, Taffeta and
BLOUSES Sailor and
$t.25, $5.00 $5.75. MIDDY( St>.les. ODDMENTS IN MEN'S SUITS AND PANTSIN Value, 50c, 60c, 75c. Sale Messaline.
Values, $1.00, $1.25, and $1.50 TWEEDS AND WORSTEDSSuits Price 43c 53c 60c. $3.75.Regular Sale Value Price, $2.50. $3.00 $3.50,
$1.93 $2.49, $2.93
for I
9Sc. $ RAIN COA"Rubberized in Fine $3.00.

LASONS-In Plain and Fancy MOSQUITO NETTING-White and $20.00 for-------------_______....$10.00 Italian Cloth.
F Reg. Value 15c, 18c, 20c, 25c Colors, 12*c quality for lOc. Suits $15.00 for________________________ 7.50 Regular Value, 5.00, for $3.75. WASH SUITS For Children in White

Sale Price 12Jic} lie 13c, 20c MOSQUITO BARS-$U9 up. Suits $14.00 for________________________ 7.00 RUBBER SNEAKERSFor Men and and Regular Colors Value, from, 90c two, $1.00 to eight, $1.2 years., $1.50,

FLANNELS-Outing and Canton. Suits $10.00 for________________________ 5.00'Pants Bos. All sizes up to No. 2. 59c. $2.00. Sale Price 80c Sac 98c, $1.20,
MEN'S SHIRTS Whites and Colors From
Reg. Value lOc, 12!*c, 15cc. Sale Price Soft and Stiff. Regular- Value, 50c, 65c $1.75 for__________________________$ .88 2\"t up, 75c. 150.

7Jic! lOc, 12tc.FLANNELS 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale Price, 43c, Pants $2.00 for__________________________ 1.00 10 cent off all .. -- .,- -
plain
All Wool-(Welch) 50c, 63c. 89c, 9Sc, $1.10. Pants $2.50 for__________________________ 1.25 SILKS Blacks per and Colors. WIDE CHECK DIMITY

Regular Value, 35c 40e, 50c. Sale MEN'S WHITE DUCK PANTS Pants $4.00 for__________________________ 2.00 SHEETS-Hemmed and stitched YARD Cloth)
Price, 29c, 32Jjc, 40c. Best Value, $2.00, and $2.50. Sale Pants $5.00 for__________________________ 2.50 Regular Value, 50c, 65c, 85c, each. 250 yards Regular 15c< value,
Price, $1.00 and $1.25. Sale Price, 43c, 59c, 69c each. Sale Price lOc. yard.



WE DO NOT REQUIRE TO CLOSE UP FOR A DAY OR SO IN ORDER TO REMARK OUR GOODS TO
THIS IS SOMETHING WORTH MAKING A NOT OF
SALE PRICES. ALL OUR GOODS ARE MARKED IN THE ORIGINAL PLAIN FIGURES. OUR CUSTO-

MERS CAN JUDGE FOR THEMSELVES AT THE REDUCTIONS WHICH SHOW FROM AT LEAST TEN TO FIFTY PER CENT CUTS ON PRICES.




I F 1 T. Boardman 204 AND 206 S. ORANGE[ AYf. Orlando Fla.SALES .



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Daily THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY I THE SENTINEL A LITTLE TIMID I public of America so long that one IMMIIIIIIIMIIIMMIMMII
AND SOUTHERN PORTSA feels that it ought to be let alone.
Florida Sentinel
South It is not the policy of this paper to Libby Prison does not, and never

MORNING AND WEEKLY few days ago it was given out put before its readers opinions from will look well in Chicago, althougheach

Entered at the post office at Orlando, that the Navy Yard as a Marine base its exchanges that it cannot endorse. brick was marked and each tim w ali all r Polish
JFlorida as Second Class Mail Matter. at Philadelphia will give way to Pen- And yet the Sentinel is frank to acknowledge ber also, and both brick and timber
sacola] Florida. It is stated also that that it has always been found their places just as they had
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
this would mean a loss of two million afraid of the woman question and been in the original building, but Lib-

dollars a year to the city of Phila- while it has not assumed alarming by Prison belongs in Richmond, Vir- Your several
TilE DAILY SENTINELOne car regularly, times a month, and at same
delphia.] proportions or taken on any remark ginia, it is deep seated in the historyof
Year $5.00 Of course this started Philadelphia] able strength in this section, we con- the Confederacy and ought never time have all the joints, bolts, nuts, etc., Ceased and oiled.It .
Six Months . .. ... ... .. 2.50
officials in the Navy Yard to talkingand fess ourselves not brave enough to to have been allowed to be removed
Three: Months.. .. .. ... . 1-5 will make your car last longer, and look a great deal
like all things about Philadelphia] i ask more than that our readers peruse for such vulgar] consideration as

By news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per movements are so slow that some- :.the following from Collier's Weekly, money. better. We have a special rate for this service by the
month. Daily and Sunday. times a person talks too much before and see if it produces anything like No such feelings cluster about the
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found they realize what has been done. It .the shivers. The Editor of Cillier's old Hyer stable corner in the city of month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it over.

CO sale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal's BookStore seems that there is one officer, in particular says: Orlando. There is general rejoicingall
and Wright Brothers.We ] who has never been out of "When women take their places at over the city that at last the peo-
will appreciate prompt complaint if: Philadelphia and consequently he the helm of state, as take them they ple are assured that it is gone. It *"",
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. !I gives out some strange information.For will, many of our honored contempo- was a good old thing in its day, but
Advertising rates will be furnished on application. instance he says that the enlisted raries think that hysteria and confus- my! how it has interfered with pro-

I men could not stand the heat of ion will seize the ship. To these I gress. It came mighty near drivingall
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the southern climate. On the day that alarmed gentlemen we recommend the the business from the part of the .

for year, by mail, postage paid.........$1.00 he made this assertion the govern- following utterance of Helen] Wing I town in which it was situated to another
W ork
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida ment weather bureau report showeda Robinson, member of the Colorado part of the city. The fact islivery Shop
Office 107 Court Phone Street,24 Arcade Building temperature of 90 in Philadelphia] Senate. The ]lady is justly proud of I ] stables ought not to be allowed I

------- 92 in New York and 96 in Washington her ability as a housekeeper. She in cities any way. They are the |
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SCHUMANN Editor while the temperature on the says: I hatching place and the home of the
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In charge of "Gus" who is
Pfenning back work
Gulf Coast was 84. Another asser- 'Of course, I was an authority on I fly, and they ought to be put on sub- now at ,
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor
tion by this Naval Officer is in refer- the subject. And you'd be surprised',I urban property and remote from resi- assures you of getting the very best mechanical work that
WEDNESDAY, JULY 9TH, 1013 ence to the location of the Naval to know how many chances there are dences.
Yard at Pensacola. lie says it is I to apply that knowledge. I remember -I, The removal of this old stable gives can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as can be

Great common people have to do located on a sand dune seven miles one bill in particular which was I place for what will be the handsomest made.
their ]lobbying at the polls. from the town and that the town hasa I designed to cut down the amount allotted -I largest and most commodious department -

o population of 7,000. The Tederal to the prisons for food. One of I store in any of the cities of
Marriage may also be defined as a Census of 1910 gave the city of Pen- my eminent colleagues got up and I Florida. Messrs. Yowell-Duckworth "',
paid-up subscription to a permanent sacola] 22,982 population. Pensacola II I made an eloquent hullabaloo about and Company are doing a big thing *

lecture course. Harbor[ is acknowledged to be the i starving the poor prisoner. 'Consider -I for themselves and a big thing for the

o finest on the Gulf coast. The city itself ,' he demanded, 'consider, gentlemen I city of Orlando and while we bid aglad
When you advocate any reform, if it is growing as rapidly as any how far thirty-five cents a day ] farewell to the old eye-sore that

succeeds, aren't you astounded? Thatis southern city. The Navy Yard is located would go in feeding each one of you.' bedecked the corner so long, we hail I II '
our experience.Some upon the same land-locked harbor "'I couldn't stand that, you know I with a doubly-glad] welcome the comI I I. W. r PHILLIPS & SONS

o as the city itself is located and the (announced the Senator from Colorado ing of the new store and we believe I
say summer began June 21; Navy Yard and city are connected bya breezily). I just got right up that all Orlando will wish success to I
we are not controverting that; but we modern electric trolley line. and said I had considered, and I the new firm. SUCCESSORS TO
know when it ends-the last weekin These kind of kicks might as well would guarantee that I could feed any ,I
September.After be cut out by those in the employment one of those Senators-not convicts, S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
The open door to fortune is through :
o of the Government. Secretary J 0- I but Senators-for less than thirty- '
: Sentinel ads. Try it and find out.
a man turns out his whiskers sephus Daniels has never been accusedof I five cents a day, and that I fed my
his mother should stop calling him being a fool, although his party I husdand- for- -less than-- that, and if i
"Willie." She should call him "Wil has been accused, by the republican I they thought he didn't seem well fed

liam" or "Bill." party, of being foolish at times, but they could ask him."

o the; Secretary sees now that it is en- "She has also one other specialty
The decline of the Jap war scare cumbent upon the democratic party I I peculiarly] ] feminine, at least in these

is causing a distinct depression of to look to protecting this country at I degenerate days. She continues: WEDDING GIFTS -
spirits among the gun and ammuni- strategic points and consequentlythat 'I was formerly a teacher of English -

tion makers. there has to be considerable] and I knew how to write the

o I shifting to southern points. The I I English language and to punctuateit
A man who goes to the devil occasionally -: Panama Canal is changing the cur- once I had it written. My colleagues -

manages to come back. A rents of life the world over and it is recognized that. Many a man
woman's ticket over that line has no changing things in the United States. would hurry over to my desk with The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,

return-trip coupon.It We think the administration under- his amandment to ask me if it said Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
o stands what it is doing,but whether it what he meant it should. In return,
is easier to be opposed to every does or not it would be a good thing I my neighbors instructed me on the for the wedding-gift seeker.
new thing in politics than for it; you for a naval officer who has displayedsuch fine points of parliamentary law,

escape all the abuse. Only people who ignorance, both in regard to the about which they knew more than I.' These things are so varied in style and price as to give ,
are for new things are hammered. needs of occupying important posi- "Now we ask you if this sounds
almost limitless choice.
o tions and the conditions of climate like hysteria. A little leaven of good

Some English suffragettes hurleda and life, ought to be removed for the hard female common sense might not
bag of flour at Mr. Asquith, yet we sake of educating him in the real con- be a misplaced sedative in one of From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a

hear now and then about the high ditions obtaining in his country. An those orgies of sentimentality in dollar and upward. "I
cost of ]living. excursion from Philadelphia to Pen- which the masculine Solons of the

o sacola] it seems would be helpful to : land not infrequently indulge."
i The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
knows the Yard Philadel- I
The happy bridegroom some in the Navy at

word"obey" is in the marriage service phia. iI i VANDALISM .AM PROGRESS the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
only by something to which he is I I I

a party is happening, but he has no Geo. Washington is credited with i The destruction of the old, simply tained.
idea to what it is.
definite as the remark that "To be prepared for because we are not aesthetic enough
I Your most critical inspection is invited.
o war is the most effectual way of pre- I to see beauty in fitness and conse-
"Some have a care
persons never serving peace." and Theodore Roosevelt quently, in America, are too rapidly
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because they never have a thought. ] spent a great deal of effort during removing landmarks where are sacred
says the wayside philosopher; then the administration in seeking to associations and historic relations. I -
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confer on us, please, a completely have the government build more bat Appropos of progress it may be re- j I
thoughtless day now and then. tle ships in the interests of universal)I I gretted that the United States Assay''

o peace. On the other hand Emerson I office, or the famous Tombs Prison i ;
The New York Giants must have f II. [ ;
contended that "The real and lasting I should be removed from their sites in vansthcJewclcrt 1
thought they were playing seven up !
victories are those of peace and not New York City, as different as have
of base ball. they
instead Any way of war," and some one has remarked I been the purposes of these buildings, j I
won seven straight games and that "Peace rules the day when honor they are still associated with so much :
jumped with both feet up to the top rules the mind." The government of! belonging to the life of the city that OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

of the average column.A Belgium has accepted Secretary one hates to see them go. :More regrettable -' a
EXPERT REPAIRING AND
ENGRAVING.
o Bryan's peace plan, making the still is the tearing down of
Sioux Indian with, the interesting twentieth nation that has responded'''! the old Hotel Astor, the hostlery that
cognomen of Long Time Sleep, is a to the great peacemakers proposition. > has been associated with the real I
capable chauffeur and will join the
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auto hike starting from St. Paul, 1 t
Minn., and going through Yellow .
stone Park. His name hardly fits the{

enterprise. o I! AUTOMOBILE CleanSweepSale ii 1t
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When Judge Cheney gave notice J'
that he was going to introduce a resolution i!
at the next meeting of the ;!

Board of Trade asking the Commissioners BULLETIN


whispered the bonds issuance to call for that of good an half election the roads a million City,to some vote Council dollarsof one on I' I I Beillllillg i i [ Saturday J, Jlm 28 Ir i I iI


would probably] furnish the money if! The3e are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is 1!

they were asked to do so. I Io guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip- I

I ped and ready to run. I Continuing Through July 13
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If the Seminole County people are II I I
going to treat us Orlando folks the
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same as St. Petersburg has been 1 1912 20 H. P. Roadster Good Condition
GIVEN AWAY
treating their former Hillsborough i] Free! Free !

County brothers, we are going to remain i j $400.00
right in the vicinity of Orange .I

avenue where Sheriff Gordon and'I; To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
Chief of Police Smith can take care j
of us. But we think Bob Holly is I 1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger. $300ONE be given, and thelfollowing prizes will be awarded to the lucky I

about the most dangerous man up
there and he is as harmless and good I 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EX- three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the I;
natured as a boy's big sister. I Io
I TRA TIRE-FULLY selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
SHOCK ABSORBERS EQUIPPED$6 00
Mrs. J. J. Lee, a member of the I l

smart set of Atlanta, who horse whip- : YOURS FOR BUSINESS
ped T. D. Thompson on a public street; HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES \ ,

because he had told bad stories about :j YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME

her, should go to England and join I! AS FACTORY JOB Marion B. Ives I
the Suffragettes. The House of Lords j
would throw up their hands sure if a''
couple of thousand women armed !' i

with new horse whips should chargeon San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS :'
them. It was the free use of whips 1

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)Ir. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin, of Ocoee, COMMISSION GOVERNMENTThis ED DAVIS MAY LEAVE US +MIHMMI II | j ,

were visitors to the city yesterday..
WADE paper has unconditionally de- The Star is informed that Mr. E.

THE TUNER Mr. L. A. Hawley, of South street, clared for commission form of gov- W. Davis contemplates removing SANTI FLUSH

ORLANDO. FLA. is spending some time in Arcadia on ernment as best for Orlando in its: from Ocala to Orlando and though

fI business.Mr. I,judgment.This I we haven't been able to interview Mr. _

most important matter is to be Davis, several of his friends confirm
J. Fell of Pittsburg, Pa.,
H. ,
FOR CLEANSING AND KEEPING
decided by the people in the exerciseof the rumor. WATER CLOSET
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, of Ocoee, were was among the arrivals. at the San their franchise on the fifth of Au- Ocala will be sorry to lose Mr. Davis i
BOWLS SANITARY
| in the city yesterday on business. Juan last evening. I and his family. They are first- AND WHITE AS NEW

L. C. leave gust.We are informed that only those j rate people and good neighbors. Mr. I
I lion. and Mrs. Massey
Hon. L. G. Starbuck spent yesterday who are correctly registered and have Davis has been for years a valued MMMHMMMMIIIIMmTOILET
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for Daytona,
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today by
in Arcadia on professional bus- they will spend several days. paid their poll tax are eligibleto I member of the Ocala bar as well as PAPER i i

I iness. vote in this election when the people a leading citizen, and the city wherehe r
THE BEST IN THE CITY !
has worked his from almost ;
Miss Marion Stouder, of Eldrid, of Orlando shall declare them way
Miss Dora Winkleman, of Oakland, selves either in favor of commissionform the bottom round of the ladder to an ,..11111111111111111111111
Fla., is the attractive guest of Miss :
[ was one of the visitors to Orlando Sara Yancey on Division street. of government or else prefer the i honored position, will miss him great-

I yesterday. old aldermanic government under ly.

Mrs. Braxton Beacham returned which the city has so long been con. If Mr. Davis goes to Orlando, he FLOWERS and PLANTSWe I
Gray Rush went to Sanford yesterday trolled. will vacate his position as state attorney -
last evening from New York City,
and brought home four new Ford the All poll taxes should be paid be- for the fifth district. Mr. Ed-
where she has been visiting past
I touring cars. six weeks. tween now and Saturday the twelfth, win Spencer, Jr., is a candidate for have a floral garden in connection with our grocery

after which date it will not be possibleto the position, and will probably receive and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive i
The Bee Club of little girls it in addition to the
Busy before Saturday pay taxes so as to qualify for voting as sup- prompt attention.
Pay poll tax ,
I meets today at 2:30 p. m. at the home your in the election of August the port of his home friends he is, on account I
the
to vote in
July 12th, if you want
I of Agnes Murphy. fifth.It. of his legislative record, in high .
election on Commission Form of Gov-
is, therefore as important that favor with Governor Trammell.- THE SANITARY GROCERY *
Tucker ernment.
Messrs. J. H. Ed Quigg and the registration and the paying of the Ocala Star. : i

| W. H. Tucker left yesterday afternoon Register and pay your poll now and poll tax be attended at once whetherone { CARUTHERS & GORE : r

[ for Daytona Beach. ballot for Com- is for commission government or i j The new system ot numbering the Phone 200 i
be ready to cast your | 6 & 8 Pine Street. :
mission Form of Government. Sat- whether one is for government by i houses on North Orange avenue has
)Ir, S. L. A. Clouts, one of the MlltllitMIHIIHtllllllllllllllllilMHIIIIMARRIED "
the where '
urday, July 12th is the last day you council. i I got residents to a point 181
Lakeland,
leading citizens of was a I
attend to this matter. they do not know where they are at.
have to .
visitor to Orlando yesterday.Pay I "We are passing through a period,i! First the numbering man put new YESTERDAY ASSOCIATED CHARITIES ,

and in which philanthropic societies and numbers on all'the houses on the eastside 6
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poll
Register pay your now .
your poll tax before Saturday, the the An early morning wedding occur- The committee in of i
and be ready to cast your ballot for; movements of all sorts are being organized of avenue and changed charge the
I July 12th, if you want to vote in the Commission Form of Government.: almost daily," said Mr. :\Ic-': 300's to 200 and the 200's to 100, etc. red at the Methodist parsonage in Or- plans for preparing the work of this ,

election on Commission Form of Government Saturday, July 12th is the last day Lean, who went on to discuss the,, Then, after a week he discovered that lando this a. m., when Miss Ida Lan- organization has extended an earnest J

[ you have to attend to this matter.i i various needs of different cities and I the little street beyond Rock's did not don and Mr. Samuel E. Hutchison invitation to the clergymen of the '

I! the consideration which must be given I extend to the west side so that the were united in marriage by Dr. Wray. various churches of the city to meet
Capt. J. F. Luther has returned I! I would Only few friends and relatives of with the committee
Little Miss Annie Gertrude Denton,! to organizations already in existence. block numbers on that side not a this morning at

I from a pleasant outing at Daytona of Jacksonville, who has been enjoy-;: "It is necessary," he said, "in order to I: agree with those on the east. This the bride were present. Miss Landonis j 10 o'clock in the Tea Room opposite I

Beach where he motored in his fine ing a visit with her young friends,I': prevent the waste of effort and of resources -I week he has been over the block again a neice of Mr. J. A. Barber and the San Juan Hotel

[ Hudson car. the Misses Edith and Dorothy Mc-:'t occasioned by the individualistic -I and put the hundred numbers backas resides in Conway. She is a grand- This is a most worthy cause and .

Makin, at The Keystone, has returned -I! chaos in which anyone can start. they have always been, but changedthe daughter of Mr. A. J. Barber. Mr. should meet with the hearty so-opera-
Pay your poll tax before Saturday, home. !1 anything at any time to take up the : final numbers so that ladies with Hutchison is a resident of Polk county tion of everyone interested in con

I July 12th, if you want to vote in the 1 question of developing programs of engraved calling cards will need to and is a young man of fine character ducting the charity work of the city I

election on Commission Form of Gov- Miss Amanda Cleaver of the Oaks,' charitable work, just as the develop-i buy new plates to correspond with the and good business qualities. He has economically and etfectively.

I ernment jMr j ment of cities on the municipal side i I new numbers and gentlemen with I a home prepared for the bride and .
has a beautiful night blooming cereus ,
I which had six blooms at one time is being organized and directed I! printed or engraved note heads will I both of these worthy young people I| DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL UNDER I
J. H. Vick has had some ten; head- have the best wishes of this NEW MANAGEMENTWe
Monday evening. This rare and stately through city planning. i I also be compelled to have new community -I
I acres cleared recently on his propertynear of the for future and i
I The reminds happiness
II I plant thrives and blossoms in this! ---- lines. mixup us pros-
Lake Underhill, preparatory to climate as nq where else outside of'' The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian story of the man who always carried perity. serve an abundance of choice l

( planting it to citrus fruits. I the tropics. i i Church, held a pleasant} two watches, neither of which was i sea foods and the best of western

]i I meeting in their church parlor one I right, but he said when one watch was THE BIG SALE meats. Only experienced help employed -

Mr. John Trott left last Saturday) Mr. J. E. Nicholson, with Mrs. Monday afternoon. The subject for I twenty minutes past two and the this insures prompt and efficient I

for Erie, Pa., to stay for two months in, Nicholson and the children, are at the day "The Indians" was ably i other one thirteen minutes to eleven, Large Crowds Visit Boardman's Store service. Our rates are reason- I
will arrive
visiting relatives and Asheville, N. C., for the summer and handled by the committee. Mrs.! he was sure it was not far from a During First Day of Sale able; ask your home friends who I

time to take in the Perry celebration.i! report the atmosphere there much French and Mrs. Burdette. Dean I quarter of six. If you lived at 524 Mr. F. N. Boardman should, by all have stopped with us. "There is a

and!warmer than the Orlando standard. Spencer's report, also a paper by I two weeks ago and last week your accounts be satisfied with the remark- place like home."

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McNeill Moore I This is the first vacation Mr. Nicholson Deaconess. rkh lI, were_ used in.thestudy I new number was 410 you can guess able results of his first day's selling.On 7-82t L. E. COMBS, Prop.
children and Miss Walenah of the :Semmoles. Mrs. Douglassgave I than your correct number is ..US.Evefthing every hand we hear delighted expressions -
has taken in They
leave today for Hendersonville, N. C.,I I twenty years. us some reminiscences of her of approval from distinctlysatisfied DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY -
to return until sometime
| do not expect I
where they will spend the remainder I life in connection with the Da- who took him '
I I iin September.Mr. early in life which is worth customers at:
I of the summer. kotas and Mrs. Robinson-Murphy ap- while is difficult to attain. The roadto his word and compared values. There

D. W. Currie returned yesterday peared in a squaw dress and sang happiness, success or fame is a was not a cessation of business the The regular monthly meeting of the

Mrs. J. \V. Douglass and daughter, after spending several days at several Indian lullabys and love songs. rocky one, and the pedestrian gets whole day long. Every hour, every U. D. C. will be held Thursday after-
I Violet Bell, have returned from Plant Refreshments served. minute of the the aisles 3:30 the residence of Dr.
Savannah, and at his old home in were many a knock before he attains the day busy noon at at
City, where they were called by the I ,
He however would be foolishif were thronged with eager purchasers.We Person.
Lyons, Ga. While away Mr. Currie goal. ,
death of Mrs. Douglass brother-in-law Mr. Hanson the Pine street shoe believe the second I members be
I disposed of two farms near Uvalda, he were to abandon effort or to en- days' selling All are urged to pres-
Mr. J. R. Graham. Ga. lie reports the heat in the vicinities doctor, says he will be in with the deavor to make progress by going should prove even more satisfactorythan ent as business of the greatest im-

visited as almost intolerable, rest when the improvements begin. He i backward. the first, for many of Monday's portance is to be transacted.By .

Register and pay your poll tax now and was glad to get back to the cooling has brick walls to his building and customers are spreading the news of order of the President.2t .

and be ready to cast your ballot for I I breezes of Orlando. will continue these back as far as the the extraordinary values he is giv- Ethelyn Overstreet, Sec
Miss Hatabel Hyer has returned to
Commission Form of Government.: end of Mr. Armstrong's building ing and advising their friends "to go
Saturday, July 12th, is the last day her home in Orlando after spending "
which adjoins. He will put on a new and do likewise. A HAPPY OCCASION
The following were among the the Fourth at Sanford, the guest of
I have to attend to this matter. i
you I
roof and put in a new front and makea I
guests registered yesterday at the Mrs. R. J. Holly. Little May Holly
San Juan: G. II. King, Atlanta; J. shoe hospital de luxe. Asked when accompanied her home and will remain PROMINENT HOTEL MAN HERE The Orland Hotel was the scene last
Miss Marie Wescott was the lucky A. Harris Gainesville Fla. these Pine street betterments wouldbe night of a happy and congenial gathering -
; Say several days.-Sanford Herald.A .
|contestant in the Berman auto contest. Marlin, Baltimore, Md.; A. P. Con- made, Mr. Hanson said, "Oh some Mr. M A. Irwin, of Atlanta, Ga., of Nooses and their friends ata

She is now the proud owner of the, nelly, Sanford; C. D. Keller, Philadelphia time next summer, I think." "For Sale" ad finds your bu'erfor is in the city and registered at the San smoker.
I new Howard machine that was offer-' About one hundred graced the occasion -
I ; E. W. Doyle, Tampa; J. V. the that buyer is Juan. Mr. Irwin is quite extensivelyinterested
| ed to the one receiving the highest: Odil, Nashville, Tenn.; J. E. Wislon, A young lady who is visiting Or- -selfishly interested reason in your finding your in hotels in various partsof with their presence and spentan

number of votes. Starke; R. V. Keeble, Tampa.Mrs. lando, lost her pocket book somewhereon "For Sale" ad! the country. The Hotel Ansley, all-together very pleasant an enjoyable

the streets of Orlando yesterday.The Atlanta, Hotel Patten, Chattanooga; I evening.

Messrs. Jones and Lewis have been C. P. Dow and children returned young lady is a particular good of. Charleston Hotel Henry Watterson, Louisville; -
Mr. J. Lamb Perry, ,
clearing quite a tract of land adjoin- from a couple of weeks outing at friend of the Sentinel and if the finder the San Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, claim SUFFRAGE LEAGUE
S. C., is a late arrival at
ing the flourishing young orange PassaGrilleIonda) evening and she will return to this office they will be Juan. his interest, therefore it makes one

grove of Rev. Eleanor Gordon, near was so happy to get to Orlando that suitably rewarded.Mr. hope that Orlando is being looked The regular meeting of the Equal

Conway, preparatory to adding she asked Mr. Dow to give her a left over by one who can tell somebodythat Suffrage League will be held Wed
)lr. and Mrs. S. A. Johnson
materially to her present grove. ride around town so that she could see L. E. Combs, proprietor of the York Orlando is the best place in the nesday morning at 10 o'clock at the '
last for New City.
the lakes and streets and swans and Daytona Beach Hotel, has secured the night j State for a great hotel. home of Mrs. Victor Starbuck, 805

Rev. Eleanor Gordon, pastor of the sewer pipe and all the other things services of the Crystal Orchestra for Go to W. W.-Mallard's No. 11 Pine South Main street.

Unitarian church, who has been ill i that go to make life a pleasure in the the summer season, which renders a To- JUXIORUXILLI Y. SALE I
street for Cold Drinks, Cigars,
for the past two months at her home. City Beautiful. number of beautiful seiections duringthe 7-8-tf ORLANDO) HAND LAUNDRY
: lunch hour. "There is bacco, Fruits, Etc. The children belonging to the Junior -
in Hamilton, Illinois, and for a time I I a place
before like home." 7-8 2t I Auxiliary of the Episcopal church 11 East Pine street will take your
in the hospital there, is much improved Pay your poll tax Saturday, ASK for Jackson Square
I in health now, it is reported, July 12th, if you want to vote in the II I I Coffee your grocer 6-21-tf will have a sale at the Chapter Houseon .family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces

and this will be most gratifying news II: election on Commission Form of Government An advertisement pays best in the : Saturday afternoon, July 12th: of 110 large and 10 small.

to her many friends here. I best paper. Subscribe for the Sentinel. ice cream, cake and candy.Mr. : We have many customers who are
I i well pleased. Laundry called for and

W. C. Sherman is going away i delivered. Phone 10;; 7-9 tf lo

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jobs in his store will please call for LOST-Somewhere on the streets
: them before that date. No. 7 Orange of Orlando, a pocket book containing
: a five dollar bill,some small changeand
San Juan Hotel.
THE avenue, opposite
GRAND THEATER one cent stamp. Finder returnto
I 7-8-GUocal Sentinel office and receive reward.
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Gadsden county is bringing the best EAR, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spr
prices since 1907. a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at tK'
LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, cerne.
On the seventh of the month the I STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LASWE t
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charge of the customs house in this This is the raihiT jou'll enjoy it OFFER YOU

city. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT best-drop in today and pet a genuine I
bracer. THE HOST OF THE BEST
The Ocala Rifles are drilling nearly .
STORE All flavors.BUTT'S
every evening preparing for the State
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this fall and winter,as there is a very I I TenderJuicylveats[

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reached AMONG on one YE occasion.EDITORSOne I I [ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLEANEDHave [ [n ,I I i 'COART&PIGUE1, V


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of the newest grafting schemes a
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heard of is being worked by a man PHONE 105 '
and woman who are traveling throughthe
country getting married at con- your room or house
venient points. Their scheme is to tFREE

call on a minister, give him a bogus cleaned without dust or troubleof is the only
bill on each occasion, and get several

dollars in exchange. When last heard moving furniture Insured
from they had been joined in matri-

mony forty-nine times and were en-! Sewing Mid.Suffiffierduced e [ rrites i
gaged in the hunt for another preacher -i /
who would be able to change a $50 I The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced Machine
bill.-Colfax Clipper. On all Dress Materials Laces, Embroideries 1 '

man. E rE Just Think of it ,'
Charles W. Morse, the long-im- ri Hosiery :
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breakage wear fire tornado I lightning -
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and water. This show our MILLINERYiII8sEs
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atives hole financial control, but and of backing still an friends dresses$8,000,000, and are with he lending already corporation.What care. Rel-him has. T the PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ C L C01""ln, [. I'!I.r.; SewingMa.chine!Think gfji<.:tJf:thai what;FREE you break this the means hole machine' .\iI HAULM & DUNN

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f and one weekly editions) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000.. L
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MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop- > lf''i.4 Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33Overdrafts :

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W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine I { I :
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The officers and directors of the Orlando

up the Keystone Laundry and Bank and Trust Co. desire to I I unA TILE OF WITS" . . . . . . .Imp
give us your washing. This is the ea k br a ;; call the attention of its depositors and
. A tale of two jealous rivals.
only fireproof laundry in Orlando. We 1 j s friends and the citizens of Orlando Many amusing incidents
make special rates on family wash I 4z to the above statement. The management throughout." "A comedy picture just the kind you
like.
ing and also do all kinds of cleaningand t I ? ) of the Bank feels that this showing

pressing. All hand work. Phone "I reflects the conservative, sane and V
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EVERYBODY goes to the Lucerne. One visit will convince -
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Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a go t
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new hotel; has all modern conven- displayed better by a bank than in

' ;ences; fronts on Ocean just southf I I United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. 1111'1.11111,1,1,11,1.,11111..11,111111. . ....
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day I I _.
nd upwards. Special rates by the 1.. 0 0 .. t
f veek or month. We make a special- YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
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!y of sea food dinners Thursday even- > S irella Corsets
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[ngs and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. I i 1111111111.1111.11' By Getting Prices on your .
Brick and Stoner ork

FOR SALE (Not Sold in Stores) ; Before Building.

ANCY HALL Sweet Potato vines I Phone or Write
Wear > corset made to fit you. Ask I
for sale $1.50 per thousand. Bears i for a demonstration. Call or tend post I Acme Brick and
Pine Castle Fla. 6-29-13t :
ad Farm, _u,_ .. t card toSPIRELLA
(JY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice 1 1t 1i t StoneVorks
CORSET
i PARLORS
suburb in east part of the city. Carl I
jnsen. lOB West St. Cor. South, Orlando Fla. MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. J

YOUR SEWER MRS. J. VAX BUSKIRK. Corsetiere I A. DALLAS, Prop. '
FOR, SALE-New modern five-room
house, centrally located. Apply this I .iHMfilttimHllliilliGifts .
office. 7-1 d & w tf -- -

\, \K HILL is the beautiful subdivision CONNECTIONYou I
to the Northeast of the eity andI
still have some choice lots there.

Carl Jensen. FOR RENT to Please :

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FOR RENT-Six room house, furnished. -
Apply No. 7, Gould street. Cen- i
trally located. 29-16

FOR RENT-Seven room house. Fur- Maybe safely purchased from
nished. Reduced rate. 214 East
cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks I
Church street, City. 7-6 3t

and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which us where everythingis
'OR RENT-Five furnished rooms,
first floor. Summer rate. Apply will be some months hence.
)6 Garland St. 7-6-3t.

Why let your money lay idleYe will sign contracts guaranteed.
OR RENT-Five room cottage with
all modern conveniences. Garagefor with you now to make these connections any time
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
615 East street. 5-15 tf within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,

FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- for 13 cents per foot.
nished and unfurnished. Allen & Co.

6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX.FOR Give this work to your home company and we are I

here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and
HIRE-Nice seven passenger t
touring car. Large and roomy. you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied I
4-20 tf J. MAGRUDER. : JEWELERS

with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing I II
FOR SALE OR RENT I
> inspector and certified to by him.
Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs.!

E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. ; Orlando Florida
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Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in ,
i
North Georgia and she has decided to
re-establish her home there so will i .

,rent her home here with the privilege j
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of purchase to responsible parties. ,

Reasonable terms will be given. i,

Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and I Our Repair Department at
The F. JOSEPH RAEHNPlumbing
other desirable properties. No. 407,

South Orange aveune. Opposite the 1 I service always.
High School Building. Jul3 tf. your

WANTED'ANTEDSecond j I and Heating Co.


hand four-pass-1
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enger Ford. Must be in good con- .MMtHMMIIMMflHtMMIMIMMHIHIIIIMI.-
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WANTED rooms-To rent in desirable several location.unfurnished j i GRAIN AND-FEED STORE- -- !BEAU'FilESENTINELFORTHENESSEER' H THE MARKETOf

Address 7-8 6t M. II. E., Box 593, Orlando. Geo Chick has opened a grain and .A L f

feed store on Boone street, between I

WANTED-Lady of refinement to Church and South street, where he I Cleanliness Of Quality

i occupy room. Principally for is prepared to serve the public with : IMMIMIIMMtMSM'' ''HtttllMtiM MtlHMtHi
pany. No rent. Apply 6 E. com-I j
everything in the feed line. He respectfully I
Ave., FRESH AND SALT MEATS
I solicits a portion of your!
WANTED-Position as salesman or 1 trade. 6-27-lm :'
collector. Twenty years experience I i men I FISH AND GAME
'in business and have held responsible EVERY BODY'S DOING IT I !
wsitions. Best of references. Address ---- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
W. L D., care Sentinel office. Automobiling, we are open for dates!

-61w. picnic parties, or a crowd for an ;, Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
L i i evening drive Call 360 or ask for!
LOST AND FOUND iI I j C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf! House connections to the sewer mains shouldbe and pure.

OST-Black silk watch fob with 1 I I made Sign contract while We invite and
gold locket set with diamond. Locket NOTICE now. now your inspection guarantee satisfaction. We have

ontains picture of lady and two chil-I I in the Meat
everything Line.
street is being worked on so as to have street
1 Gore and
ren. Return to E. H. re- The regular meeting of the Equal i
eive reward. 7-4 tf I I I Suffrage League will be held Wednesday opened up finished.

41 CHAPMAN HOUSE morning, July 9th, at ten I The PARLOR MARKET
-- --------- o'clock at the home of Mrs. Victor

Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 Starbuck, 805 South Main street. I'
1

'*Mc-wan Miami's celebration of the birth of I See W. L COBB H. M. Self & Co.

Greater Miami has been postpone-!
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
.. from July 24, 25 and 26 until August
-- F.D.Harvey&Co.
18.20 PINE STREET
\Those wishing to make trips foj 7,8 and 9. This was necessitated because -

. siness or pleasure, should see mir the Florida East Coast Railwaydid
$ prices. Prompt service guaran not give the prompt attention to Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co. Phone No. 80iiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiintm

. .';.ee& C. W. WOhey, Orlando, Fla the committee's request for excursion
I
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Conway, Fla., July 8.-The Fourthof
Louis! C. Massey, PresidenlT. July was celebrated here in a most

Pietoa W&rlow. Vie ..Pm.i 8. WaUn How* Cuhkr sane, pleasant and beautiful way
under the auspices of the,W. C. T. U.
< i Howard C. Babcock Au't CuUtr Samuel A.Newell.Mat Cukkr
Mrs. Huxtible seemed to be the pre-
siding genius of the occasion, ably
THESTATE assisted by other members and Miss
Belle Crawford trained the children.In .
. the forenoon an entertainmentwas
given by the children and young

BAM girls dressed in white wearing gold i f i
crown and red sashes. They were led .
by Uncle Sam and Miss Columbia!
HIGH WATER MARK
dressed in the national colors. The
t recitations were well delivered and I I

of OrlandoTHE selections.consisted of patriotic, and temperance I I DEPOSITSDec. I

Miss Columbia (Mrs. T. M. Arnold) I 24 1912 -----------------------------____$94,151,96
and Uncle Sam (Mr. Huxtible) made i Jan. 24,1913 _108,126.94 iI'
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OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND addresses. A most interesting featurewas I ,.
Feb 24 1913 }\
___141,174.83
the song around the May pole I -------------------------- f.

by the younger children, which was I Mar. 21,1913 ________1 49,591.42 ;
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carried off in fine styles. There were :
Apr. 24, 1913 --------------___________1 5 5 5 0 3. 6 0 ::1 '
several very inspiring organ recitals I
Bank which transacts more business than
The and songsThe : May 21,1913 ---______________ ._____1 7 7 3 6 6 5 4 '
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa exercises were all in the open I'' June 21, 1913
----------------- $261,099.43
under the wide spreading oaks and LI
tables were arranged on which a most!
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up. bountiful repast was spread at the I During the summer months the banks of this section expect .1

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound noon hour. The usual shower fell, their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate which rather hurried the diners, who before another official statement to the Comptroller of the ,
adjourned to the shelter of the school
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis house. currency. t

reuected in the large amount of deposits. Messrs Cary and Partin served Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
plenty of ice-cold lemonade and all which makes this excellent showing possible. ,
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000
went merry as a marriage bell.
In the afternoon Mr. Rosen delivered -
an address on Christian Citizenship II
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur \ which was noteworthy in its

masterly conception and pleasing de T
livery.

banks located in of The scene was bright and gay
correspondent are every part t
with flags and bunting while good .
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the will and friendly fellowship seemed to
be the order of the day. The attend .
United States. .
ance was fine though some of our :
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people had gone to other places, several I It
of our new neighbors were pres- :

THE BOARD OF TRADE MEETING COMING AND GOING ent with some parties from Pine :
AND THE CITY COUNCILIt Castle, Drennen and Orlando. I The Peoples National Bank:

Dear Mr. Ferris: Protracted meeting has been in progress I

was said a few days ago in I thought I would write you a letter.I at the Baptist Church during : "It is a pleasure to serve you/ t
the week conducted Rev. Mr. :
these columns that it was easy to find think your paper is the best one in past by
fault with and criticise public officials. town and judging by the number I Waldron, and assisted by Rev. Mr. :
This paper has no disposition to do saw on the doorsteps when I went up Murphy. The meeting closed on Sun- MIMIIIMItl
this. It is however, in earnest about town one morning I guess a good day and a new pastor will be called. "IIIIIII"I" #}
what it believes for the good of the sight of other folks think so too. So Mr. W. E. Williamson attended the -
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it calls attentionto I rfere Baptist Convention at Sorrento as a itttiitilltlllltllHIIIIMIIMitlMfllltMIIIMttttMHItltiillllt ltllilltu'wj
city and therefore many women ride in these auto-
the action of the Board of Tradeat I mobiles that I says to my man, I delegate from this District. He has I
Monday night's meeting. I I have worked hard a many years andI gone this week on a visit to High I
This action is very significant, for 1 I think I ought to have one. So one Springs and other points. 7OWELL'SsPEC i iI ;
the reason that a resolution drawn by I day he sends one out to our place. It Several of our neighbors spent the ,
the Council and sent to the Boardof I aint so fine as some you see snorting Fourth at Wekiwa Springs. Mr. and''
Trade asking its co-operation in 1 around scaring folks out of the road, Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson a, '
helping the Council to carry out a i but it is good enough to see the sightsin and Mr. Roney and family, I
measure whereby it could secure a and as I says to my man, its a Mr. Fuller, wife and daughter wentto
public park for the city of Orlando I good enough wagon for these pestiferous Orlando. : A L j jKirt
and possibly donations of property i roads in our town. I never see The recent rains have greatly bene- 12*

amounting to $15,000.00. Instead of III such a sweet and pretty town as Orlando fitted the orange trees. Among those
the Board of Trade acquiescing in the II with so many humps and bumps showing a fine condition are the
resolution of the Council it made a I and thank you moms as they be here. groves of Mr. J. P. Rutherford and I
counter-move and sent back to the I I You can't ride around Lake Lucerne Mr. Lambkin, both of which are in anQ Wa ih n both Q Valu 1
Council a request that the Council ;i' without turning your toes down to care of Mr. J. A. Barber. lie has been : \
secure the necessary funds for accept-I hold your feet steady and ahangingon resetting and filling vacant places in
ing Messrs. Sperry and propI I to the seat to keep from floppingout. the Rutherford grove and has set out
osition by availing itself of the rights I They say that is the crack some new varieties, notably the Lue
guaranteed to it by law for raising! street of this place; some say it is Gim Gong, which has won quite a I In Poplin Pique Corduroy
money for public parks. I Millionaires' Drive, but I seen better name for its fine keeping qualities. : ,
Not alone is this resolution significant riding than them roads out to San- It is said to be better than the Valen. : Linen and Crash. Latest
but the largest gathering ofj I ford where they spend all their money cia and Tardiff late which are sellingor I
members of the Board of Trade in its giving present to political fellers. rather have been selling at eight : and colored
stylesbothwhite
history assembled Monday night and it Now this is why I am writing to you, dollars a box. 4
was generally felt that this large assembly )Ir. Editor, so as to ask you to see Mr. Atha's grove is flourishing and
was due to the wish of the peopleto if the bumps and hummocks can't be he deserves much credit for his enterprise I
assure the City Council that public fixed and some of the glass and stones in putting out such a large I One Lot White Wash Goods, stripe and
sentiment was such as to warrant taken up. Why, I've heard tell that acreage to young trees. He is also :
them not to hesitate or dilly-dally, but they have good way out west where trying the Lue Gim Gong and had I checks from 25 cents to $1.00 per yard
to proceed by taking money from the Indians runs around in automobiles.I started some young nurseries. ,
city treasury, or if the treasury did should think we might have a few '
AT HALF PRICE
not warrant this, by borrowing money good streets in such a up-to-date AT TilE FAVORITE TODAY ,
from the banks and accept without place as this where so many strangers Three reels today.
further delay this splendid offer and are visitin'! every month in the "Return of Lady Linda: ," Eclair feature '
thus secure the much desired public j year. Goodness knows what they will ,-in' two parts, featuring Miss

institution for the city of Orlando. I go home and say about the ruts and Barbara Tennant. Beautiful settings. I Full Line of Bathing Suits all izes an rrices
I jogs all over town. I hope you will A story that bubbles with heart inter- I ,
The usually optimistic Tampa Trib- print this letter because it took a est. This magnificent picture will be '
une insists that there will never be long while to write it. shown for one day only. Come and '
another man like Powell to handle the Yourse truly bring all the children, for the smal- ,
Board of Trade. With all due appre- IZZY BUTTIN. lest child can understand the story.
ciation of the superlative talent and I "Phosphate Mining," Impindustrial. : SXIETS -
energy of Mr. Powell we expect to I JOS. RAEHN GETS FIRST TRUCKMr. J

see his successor rise up and carry on "The Boob's Inheritance," Imp-a ,
II 1.25 and 1.50 Values now $0.98
the work to even greater magnitude.It Joseph Raehn, one of the progressive scream to every foot. $ ;
has been that way since the world ; enthusiasts of Orlando and Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.
began to make history. We suppose ,i proprietor of the Raehn Plumbing Admission five cents to all. $2.00 and 2.50 Values now 1.38:

the Israelites thought it was all up !; Company is ever ready for advance- Watch for our next feature.
with them when Moses, the great j ment and for the upbuilding of en- $3.00 3.50 and 4.00 Values, now 1.95 j
leader died, but Mr. Joshua was righton terprise here, as was evidencedby Women are taking their place in ,
hand ready to take up the leadership his recent purchase of a new auto the world and making greater pro-
most valiently. No doubt the I]i truck from Brown & Davis. gress than is generall believed. In
same feeling filled the hearts of the The sale was made after a single Rotterdam, Holland, a municipally
people about building that magnificent I I demonstration of the Chase 500-pound operated labor bureau for women has N. P. YOWELLThe
temple when David passed to his reward -I light traffic truck, which transferred been running three years and has so
but Soloman carried out the an 1100-pound load of iron pipe and increased in importance that the director -
plans perhaps even more successfullythan ': plumbing fixtures through some of and her nine assistants, all
his father would have done. Our the heaviest sand roads near the city. women, can scarcely keep up with Big White Storei
forefathers were sure there would not These young men are recently from their business. In Oviedo Spain, a
be a great statesman and general to : Gainesville, Fla., and wishing to get woman with only one arm leads an '
succeed Washington, but the work located in one of the liveliest and orchestra in a theater and recently I' i HIIIIIIIHIimilllllllllM IIIMtitll WH

continued. The loss of Lincoln seemed ,. best business towns in the State, of 1----------conducted the_n_ beautiful____n___ opera of-- _Ril'o1 no-- I--
irreparable to the north, but Grant course, chose Orlando and from the( letto from start to finish her orchestra since his inauguration, President Outside of being required to marry FOR SALE
rose to the emergency. Even Vice- prospects ahead, will no doubt be well being composed of twentyfiveblind Wilson has appeared in person when not older than twenty-one, andwith
President Roosevelt kept things from repaid for their location here. musicians. We know not our Rambler
the assembled houses of Con- the added conditions that his Practically new Automobile
before
going to the demnition bow wows own capabilities often lacking the equipped with Presto lights
when his predecessor was assassinated. TRYING SITUATION courage and determination to developour gress to deliver his message to those I bride must be a Protestant princvss, curtains, windshield, speedometer, top,
Cheer up, Mr. Tribune. Powell talents. bodies, the last message being on the that she must be near his own age, clock, bumper, spare wheel with ,
extra
somewhere in the big world question. Though Washington that she must come from one of a
No. 2 is We hope it will never be our mis- currency tire, tube and complete set tools
and you are just the influence to discover fortune to have to help a fat womanin Mr. S. G. Dolive has moved his insurance I is anything but attractive as. a certain restricted list of countries, accessories.Also and
and develop him. a hobble skirt over a barbwire and real estate office to Room summer resort Congress was reminded that she must be temperamentally and
fence.-Toledo Blade.If No. 2 over the Estes Drug Store. by the President that "when workto I physically eligible, etc., the prince has auto trunk with two suitcases
In spite of all the people who are I be done was so pressing and so I of Wales is to be allowed to pick his for touring. Reason for selling .

being killed by automobiles, the pub- you wish to buy, sell, or trade, Mr. James Partin has joined the fraught with big consequence we were II own wife. That is almost being like have no farther me for car.
lic still keeps on using the cross- ar want anything, advertise in the auto brigade having purchased a new not at liberty to weigh against it any a real man, isn't it-Cincinnati Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.

walks. Sentinel. Ford touring car. point of personal sacrifice. I I Times-Star. LJa5Z6tf

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