The daily sentinel
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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 10, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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R.i.ctService, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando Progressive Center of the State

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OFFICER'S RAID ON I Tallahassee, July .-An act of the i THEIR TWO n.\lS SESSION

Special to The Sentinel. recent legislature provides for the biennial I Pittsburg, Pa., July 9.When the : Washington, July Secretary Mc- Rochester, N. Y., July 9.-Atlanta's Orlando. Monday, July 7.-Boarij :

Havana, Cuba, July 9.-President I' appointment by the Governor, i iI Pittsburg Bank for Savings opened Adoo, before the close of the day, ex- I campaign: for the grand lodge meetingof I j met pursuant to adjournment. Pres-

Menocal, of Cuba, tonight ordered the of a State Game and Fish Commission- for business this morning the run that I pects to ask Attorney General McRey- the Benevolent and Protective Or- s ent, Chairman Overstreet, Comrawfr-

government authorities to proceed I er, with office at the Capitol or elsewhere started Monday upon the closing of I nolds to investigate alleged irregularities der of Elks in 1916 was launched here goners Dillard, Brown, Eldredge all

with the prosecution of Governor As- in the State, and is to receive I II the doors of the First-Second Xation'I''I in connection with the closing of yesterday at the grand lodge now in I Woodruff.

with I al Bank was resumed, but not the First-Second National Bank of session.
bert, now under arrest, charged a salary of $2,500, with an allowance I of previous meeting ml,
the murder of General Armado Rivas,I I of $500 a year for traveling and other volume as the two preceding days. : Pittsburg and determine whether the Denver, Col., was chosen as the i approved and signed.

who was Chief of the National Police. expenses.It Police regulations continued to be I national bank act has been violated. meeting place for 1914 yesterday.This I Mrs. Hammond appeared before the

Governor Asbert was arrested early is the duty of the Game and Fish maintained and all the receiving win- ; Sufficient facts have been collectedby selection followed a spirited can- Board in reference to the assessment

today, following the death of Officer Commissioner to enforce all game and dows were thrown open for the use i i! the treasury department, it is said, vass into which the invitation of At- on her grove property; upon nwtiot

Rivas. fish laws, and to appoint game and of those desiring to withdraw money to warrant immediate intervention by lanta was injected without previous the present asessment was ordered te

Congressman Aris, who took partin fish wardens in the various counties from the bank. the department of justice. hearing, and by means of which, remain.

the duel, during which Rivas received -!''to assist him in the enforcement of Those who came deposit found Thomas P. Kane, acting comptrollerof through postponing their fight whenit I The County Surveyor appeared before

his fatal wound, is being held [the said laws. The commissioner is much difficulty in being waited on I the currency, who returned today was apparent that Denver had won the Board in reference to thf

without bail. While he will be an I I! under a $4,000 bond, and the wardens quickly, and complaints from these, I from Pittsburg, where he closed the the meeting for next year Atlanta tracing of the county map; upon motion -

important witness at the trial, it is under $200 bonds. The county wardenis President W. J. Jones, who was elected I' First-Second National Bank, declared representatives got their 1916 invitation it was ordered that the traciflt

not believed the government will Ii charged with the enforcement of yesterday, said was a demonstration that the First National Bank of that promptly before the convention.The sumbitted by the Indianapolis Bio

undertake to prosecute him, as Rivas I the game and fish laws in his coun- that all tellers were at the service city should have been "cleaned up or I campaign in behalf of Atlanta Print Company be refused.It .

implicated Asbert in an anti-mortem ty, and may be assisted by deputy i of all those desiring to withdraw, closed up" at the time of its merger I will be continued actively at the Denver was further ordered that the Surveyor

statement. wardens and sheriffs. and that as little inconvenience as (with the Second National Bank sever I meeting in 1914 and at the 1915 outline the boundaries betwcei

Asbert has been suspended from When a fine is collected for vio- possible would be caused. He again !j al months ago. The merger was authorized I meeting, which probably will be held the counties of Seminole and Orange

his office and despite the assertion on lation of the said laws the wardenis reiterated former declarations of the i by Lawrense O. Murray, for-I in San Francisco during the Panama and the map be sent to Smith & Co.

all sides that the shooting was not to receive three-fourths of it if bank's officials that the bank was pre- !mer comptroller of the currency. At Exposition there. asking the cost of tracings for earl

due to politics, great throngs.gathered he has furnished evidence responsiblefor pared to meet the most exacting sit- {I that time, Mr. Kane declared today, I With contests for nearly every of- map, with a view of lithopraphinj

on the streets and national feelingis the conviction. If he does not fur- uation. j I the First National's capital was badly fice, the first business section opened same.

so intense that the troops which nish such evidence he receives one- j impaired, and the bank was notified this morning. Communication from Mrs. C. WoO

were ordered yesterday, are on duty fourth of the fine, and the person furnishing I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONVEX. |I last December that its impaired con- Supporters of Edward Leach, of Jacocks in reference to railroad crossing

tonight, and every effort is being, such evidence receives one- i TION i dition of capital must be restored.I New York, candidate of the regularsfor received and read. The Clerk wat

made to preserve order. I I half of the fine. I j The comptroller added that the condition grand exalted ruler, claimed a instructed to notify J. H. McCullougfc

Prominent politicians advised to-. I Licenses for hunting in the coun- Los Angeles, July 9.-This city is : of the bank had been long well I victory this morning with at least to have a proper crossing put across

night that the affair was caused by. ties are issued, from the issuance of I II I entertaining over 20,000 people, who !j known in banking circles in Pittsburg 1,000 votes margin. They did not. the Curry Ford and Taylor Creek road

Rivas' campaign against gambling i in 11 I i I which the warden receives 25 cents I are here for the International Christian I New York and elsewhere. concede more than 600 to J. Cookman about one half mile east of Currj

i political clubs.RESIDENT. I I for each resident county license, and I Endeavor Convention, which opened Details of the causes which induced I I Boyd, of Baltimore, the insurgent can. Ford.

$1 for each residence state license I today and will close on next Mon- the treasury department to close thej"I "didate. It was the intention of both Upon motion is was ordered thoU

WILSON PLEASED i I and $3 for each non-resident state li-i I day I bank Monday morning became known i factions to conclude the election todayif the Comptroller be requested to allow

I cense, and the remainder, less county j, When the committee began casting! today, with the return of Comptroller I possible. A hot fight for grand the redemption of Lot 77, Block F ant

Spa al to the Sentinel II judge's fee, goes into the game and I about for a hall to accommodate the I Kane. He declared that information I Ij trustee is being waged between Sam- N& Lot 24 Block B, Champney's Por-

Cornish, N. H., July .-Golf at fish protection fund, which is createdby delegates to the convention, no hall j concel ping the government's suveil- !j uel W. Perrett, of Indianapolis, andJ. tion of Apopka, at the flat sum of

Hanover, posing for newspaper pho- the act. Any resident t>i the slate: DDE}*} be Sound in the city having sufficient ,' fence-of the bank leaked out and one Z?. Jones, of Scranton, Pa. $?!0 Dp! not iaeludiag Ctevk's f'ees'ait3.,

tsgraffoers, a motorcycle ride to )may hunt in his ejection precinct : sealing capacity, so Fiesta big depositor? withdrew $:200,000 (last t The day's program outside of the in sixty days by W. T. Champney

Claremont dinner at the Hariakenden without paying a license for $1 he!( park, a private park covering a city !jSatuVsy. Government officials then business session included band con- on account of excessive tax.

House, comprised the President's pro- 'may hunt anywhere in the county in 1 square, was rented and has been 1 learned that other big depositors con- certs, a ball game and a roast fest. Communication of J. Anderson i il

gram today. The chief executive was : which he lives; and for $3 may hunt roofed over with canvas. i| templated making heavy withdrawalsMonday. Tonight an electrical and floral pa- reference to doing certain work near

so well pleased with his experience on !i anywhere in the state. A nonresident | On the program for the convention f To prevent the large depositors rade will be a feature. Fuller's Spring, received, and upot

the Dartmouth golf links 'esterday"tbat 1 must pay a license of $15 in each : are one hundred speakers, representing I from gaining the advantage of I II motion it was ordered that the sub

he returned early today, accom- county in which he hunts; all licenses .. twenty-five denominations in the I saving their deposits at the expense of "ICE TRUST" IN QUEER ROLE ject matter be referred to Com. Eld-

panied by Dr. Grayson. This after- !j to be issued by the County Judge. United States, Canada, Australia,I small depositors who were not aware redge and Supt. Chapman with powerto

noon the President posed for a number -, The open season is declared to be England, China, Japan, India and lof the circumstances, the government New York, July 9.-War between act.

of official photographs in Sum.I'from November, 20th to February Hawaii. I refused to let the bank open on Moniday. I wholesale ice dealers has created a Deed from Jenkie King, et al for

mer White House and motored to i 20th and it is unlawful to kill more : In addition to the regular meetings;, I situation without precedent in New right of way near Tanner's Bay received

Claremont. The evening was spentin i than two deer, or two turkey gobblers i at Fiesta Park, sectional meetings f i I II York, that of the so-called ice trust and filed for record.

Harlakenden House with his fam- or twenty quail, or twenty-five t will be held in the Temple Auditorium M ORLANDO BOYS IN CAMP fighting for lower prices. Communication from Orange Coua-

ily. other game birds in any one day, and[ and twenty churches. I I I: The company-the Knickerbockeris ty Abstract Company with check for
I Special to The Sentinel j
tHe limit for an season is three $609.10 for rent of office from
I selling wholesale at $4 a ton; com- August -
TRAINMEN VOTE FOR STRIKE I II'I j Camp Black Point, July 7.-Com-!
I buck deer, five turkey gobblers and''l I COUNTRY ROAD BUILDING "C" went into 10:00 petitors are charging $5 and $6. Asa 1, 1910 to July 1, 1913, received.
five hundred other game birds. I pany camp result the Knickerbocker is Clerk instructed to request Comptroller
New York -
July 9.-Ninety-four per swamped
this a. m. with all the men in high
There is no open season on doe, by demands and faces to furnish a separate estimateof
cent of the members of the Brother- j I Washington, July 9.-Improve spirits and ready for the best en- a shortage.It
hood of Railway Trainmen and of the I!i spotted fawn, turkey hens and rob- ments of country roads has enhanced in says it will not raise the price and railroad, telegraph and Pullrca
!i I bins, Hawks, owls, crows, larks butcher campment years. the has assessments for the Counties of Or-
Order of Railway Conductors out of] ( the value of property bordering on The shower baths weren't working, president a statement
76,683 participating in a strike vote in i i birds and English sparrows are j such roads so that the cost 'of im- but it has rained ever since tents appealing to the other companies to ange and Seminole.Communication .

the wage dispute with the eastern .!' not protected. It is unlawful to shooton provement is equalized, if not exceed were pitched. Some of the boys needed reduce their prices to attract the bus- from the Governor

railroads, are in favor of a strike. or near a baited field, or to hunt I ed, says the department or agriculture -' bath the rain in iness the Knickerbocker cannot han- in reference to hiring State Convict
( a so came handy.
j game birds or game animals at night II dle. The other dealers refused for road work received and read.
These figures were announced today ) I in a bulletin issued today. The:I Colonel Blanding complimented the I II to
The and of the
at a joint meeting of union represen- j' salary expense game department has gathered a mass of I company on being the first come down.BELMONT. Overstreet Turpentine Company appeared -
and fish commissioner
tatives and a committee of railroad I ore payableonly data through the office of public roads,, to have before the Board in referenceto
from the and fish I tents pitched and grounds
managers. I I game protec- which is making a special study of j cleaned INSURES HORSE FOR I assessment on 70 acres near Lake
tion fund which is maintained the up.
When the conference convened the by the economic effect of road improvement Mess call $1:;0,000 Mary, being the Planters Mfg. Co. old
: sale of license it at 4 p. m., Dean Spencer I
and is
Erie Railroad announced that it had hunting provided According to the information n I the plant Upon motion the Comptrollerwas
II was first man to answer. The
I that should there accumulate ini ,
withdrawn from. the proceedings on I land values not only have increased,, genial Chaplain that all there is New York, July 9.-It is learned requested to allow the redemption -
I i i that fund in of
the ground that it would be unable to I j a sum excess $5,000,I but farm values as well show marked I is little that August Belmont, chairman of of Tax Certificate No. 596 of 191
such'excess lacking a more to eat.
I shall be
into the
advance which result.I! paid advances result of road at a valuation of $500.00.
meet any might t as a improvement Quartermaster Seargent Stewart the Jockey Club, who is now in Eu-
This practically invites a strike. : school fund. has insured his horse Communication from W. R. O'Nea
rope Tracery,
i( Governor Trammell has not yet announced Hyer is doing his best to satisfy the i
i in reference to rebate
i a taxes
for $150,000. He was moved to take on oci
appetites of the men.
McCOMBS OPERATED ON his appointment of game and I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG f Ed Allen has already eaten out the this step after the act of a man at |:i certain lots at Rollins College, receiy.
fish commissioner under the
I provisions::1 LEAGUES lunch the Ascot race in England, a few days j i jed. Board had no remedy.
only counter in
New York, July 9.-William F. Mc- I of above act. However, it is generally camp. I Communication from Joe Cameronin
when he threw himself at Tracery
Combs, chairman of the Democratic ; believed that he has made up his mind,'I Frank Holland is keeping in prac- ago I reference
Special to The Sentinel and sent the horse crashing to to refunding Special
National Committee, who is regarded : as to the man for the place, but for I tice for the Orlando sewerage systemby I
Road and Bridge Tax of 4 mills
I NationalPhiladelphia the track, when he was leading and paid
digging ditches to keep the water
the ambassador to is back his
as probable new some reason holding an-
I I 0; Pittsburg, 3. out of seemed to have the rich stakes at his by him on his cattle received; and
yesterday d of the camp.Tomorrow
France nouncement In
was operated upon ) ] appointment.
I Boston 6 St. Louis 3 1st mercy. upon motion a warrant for $16.00 wu
; game "C"
morning Company
at fact he has intimated
for appendicitis a private hospital j| some time ago I
ordered drawn
payable to said Cameron.
Boston 10 St. Louis 6 second -
; game. will participate in battalion drill under
in Paris, according to advices received that he had his mind made up as to all i
here. The operation is reported to his appointments. Those to be made I j r New York, 3; Chicago, 0. Major LeRoy B. Giles. COTTON FUTURE BILL DELAYED
I Communication from the Town of
have been wholly successful and no by him no ware shell fish commissioner Brooklyn, 5; Cincinnati, 6. Our mascot was lost in transit, but I
complications are expected.Mr. | and game and fish commissioners. II American Frank Holland and Herman Hicks Washington, July 9.-The sub- I: Winter Garden in reference to payment -
I Chicago, 2 New York, 0. I committee of the Senate of part of the road tax due
McCombs went to Paris lately, ; captured a fine bull pup in his stead. agricultural
Peers who has :1
i McDougall held
1 a': Cleveland, 6; Philadelphia, 5. committee today postponed final action them received; upon motion it was or-
that he suffering from
knowing was position in the office of Commissioner!
I St. Louis 0 Boston 9. J dere that a warrant for $100.00 be ,
| ; until tomorrow on, the bill of !I
but that rest MYSTERIOUS DEATH
appendicitis, hopeful a of has been !
appointed 3 firs I I drawn payable to T. F. Mann, Clerk .
Detroit 5
would eliminate the I | ; Washington, Senator Smith of South Carolina,
abroad necessityfor I( secretary in the office of ,
game and ;i of Winter Garden.
Detroit, 0 Washington, 9 2nc I
game. ; Wilkesbarre dealing with cotton futures. The bill
Pa. 9.-The I
an operation. I fish commissioner; Will White, of po- The Tax Collector
game. then probably will receive the unan- j
lice and
authorities who I
county are
j Jackson county, succeeding to Mr. Mc.Dougall's
Slt'.I)1'UISUN Southern Final Report of Double Assessments
BOTH position. trying to solve the mystery suround- imous approval of the subcommittee.The ,
Atlanta, 5; Memphis, 1. due to Insolvencies and Errors; upon examination I
postponement today
N. J. July 9.Physi I i ing the death of :Miss Alice Crispell,
Mobile 2.Montgomery the same was accepted and ,
I ; Nashville, 3; the 18-year-old daughter of a farmer, the inability of some members of the ap-
cians at the Englewood hospital were SUGAR MEN BEFORE 2 2..j proved and motion the Clerk ,
for the ultimate recov-I PROBERS ; Birmingham, whose body was found floating inHarvey's sub-committee to attend the meetingon upon
hopeful today ;
called eleventh. instructed to make proper entries olsame.
I game account of other committee meet-
of John L Peltrowitz and the Lake on Monday, are today
ery .
South Atlantic
he is his bride, I Washington, July 9.-\. D, Baldwin working on a half dozen theories, none ings. a
young woman says Savannah 8 Macon 0. In accordance with Statute Tai
; ,
whom suffering from a i an attorney of Cleveland, was the of which has as yet given a tangible I
both of are
I Jacksonville, 11; Columbus, 4. Assessor Butt presented three copies ,
slow taken yesterday with suicidal j first witness today before the Senate clue BATTLESHIP IDAHO WINS
poison I Charleston 9 4. of the Assessment Roll for 1913
; ;
Lobby Investigate Committee. He Herbert Jones the mine
intent. They were despondent; j said I owner, I
i Carolina after examination of and hearing .
because the man's father had[ j he was interested in Hawaiian sugar i who was the last person seen with the Washington, July 9- -The battle- same &

cut off his allowance young and were fearfulof '. stock and had spent some time in!! Asheville, 14; Winston-Salem, 1. girl last Friday night and who is in ship Idaho attained the highest final complaints, same was accepted.The .

:i Washington talking to Senators and Charlotte, 12; Greensboro, 0. jail on suspicion in connection with merit in gunnery of the 21 vessels in Board proceeded to levy tie

separation.The girl bride says she was Bar- I I members of the House of Representatives Raleigh, 4; Durham, 5,18 innings. the case, maintains his calm demeanorand the battleship class during the past to-wit taxes for the year 1913 as follows .

bara M. Askerman, of Baltimore, be- about the sugar tariff. I I despite the efforts of the police year and has been awarded the gun- :

fore her marriage. Her statement was He had nothing to do with the liter-! WEATHER REPORT and county authorities to get from nery trophy. In recognition of this Whereas, It has been ascertained 1

borne out by her sister. ature sent out by the Hawaiian sugar i i I him a different version, he sticks tot the navy department has addresseda by the Board of County Commission.

I men. In Washington, he said he rep- Local showers Thursday excep the details of the story he has told congratulatory letter to Capt. W. ers of Orange County that the amount

Hammocks, Croquet and Books for presented!!I Alexander & Baldwin, of;'i i I generally fair in northwest portior to about the last night he was with the L. Howard, commanding officer of the of money to be raised by taxatioa

summer recreation Curtis & O'Neal. New York, at $30 a day while here. Friday, generally fair. girl. Idaho. (Continued on Last ,Page.)


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Johannesburg, July 8.-Most of the I GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDO
gold miners who participated in the I: W. M. SLEMONS'
general strike last week, which led I'I'I i
to the killing and wounding of a large i
number of rioters during the disor-: A Regular DownpourOF : _
tiers, resumed work today, but many I'
still remain out. These object to the I. Where Do You Your
terms of settlement with the mine I: Buy SHOES? ,

owners. They demand that the government -
provide for those who were BARGAINSgty I!
depended on the men killed or _
._ Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.

Quiet prevails everywhere. Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are
By securing your personal all the of the best makes
Illinois is the first state east of the known over country as one ,

Mississippi to give women votes and needs new, you can make more We sell .Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $i.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00
is in point of population, the only clear than by any day's We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
first class state to adopt woman suf money
frage, granted, not by election, but work have ever done Everything We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
through legislative enactment, and you Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
Chicago is the first American city of in our store is being sold We are looking for Rain and we can supply you .with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

the first rank to call its women citi at a sacrifice.Be $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, 125.
zens into its council. The Chicago Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3,50.Ien's .
papers generally, favor the change sure and visit our store. It
and Women's Rubber Shoes.
and speak of it in very commendatory
terms, and the governor made a will eventually pay you. Remember TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
pleasant speech congratulating the lookers are welcomed as politely
suffrage workers, saying,"While your
sisters across the sea were setting as buyers.
fire to buildings to gain the ballot W. M. SLEMONS
the women of Illinois went about it
in a quiet way." In 1916 women will I i
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.Illinois has twenty-nine votes in the Brown & Lartigue I II -- -
electoral college. I NOTICE TO ADVERTISERSThose A ++** +IIHMIIIIIICoJ
desiring to make changes in 04
There is a great deal of discussion, [r Men's, and Boys' Outfitters I II their advertisements have their 'I i TRf{J4e LQR.I Ipn'T bulf
about the best kind of material for I I I copy in this office not later than noon ? ["GRAVlnG(I Refining
paving streets and country roads. The I of each day to insure publication. 'JTOVAILBIOTAKPAttAI
of seems to be in w. iMncusiwosK-iuarTWttj-
concensus opinion SHOP SERVICE Xo charge for PROMPT MAIL ORDER? JffiVICE.- tt..11
favor of vitrified brick, but in many I -------.J
More than 150 American cities have filling oil lamps, pumping tires with
cities the asphalt is being used with
I taken up vacation schools and children air filtered of water and grease. I W. Money to loan on improved prop- Kerosene
While it is
marked success. perhaps
I will continue going to school during OAKlAND Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street erty. S. Y. WAY.
not quite so durable for heavy truck- THE ;
months. This information .
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for pleasure vehicles that the best I comes

and residence heavy streets trucks are are not paved allowed with on it.Bureau movement of Education.to keep children Starting otf as the a I THE CAR Lubricating

it sity.except The durability in cases of of absolute asphalt pavingis neces- city come streets an important, vacation influence schools have in the be-I'' THAT EVERYBODY ((1 Brick((1! Brick((1! : Oils and Greases

the school. Theyare
demand for all-year
far beyond what one would expect
kept open from six to ten weeks, IS TALKING Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent
.v..ho is not familiar with it.
some cities having five days' session, CEMENT BRICKi
others six days. Funds for the workare ABOUT i i Os++H
A New farmer's broke
Jersey cow
through the line fence and ate a provided by the school authorities.The ASK FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE These Brick are better than Clay Brick i
neighbor's corn and died. He brought Seventh Annual Convention of
suit against the neighbor for the loss: the Farmers' Educational and Co- and they are cheaper 'ESJ{ 450
of the cow and collected the amount. operative Union of Florida will open 269
because be proved that his neighborhad in the auditorium of Agricultural Hall
not kept his fence in proper con of the University of Florida, at MAGRUDER FRANK HYRES : Orlando, .. Florida ; :

dition. That was hard on the neigh Gainesville, on Wednesday, July 16th Maker of Artificial Stone
bor,for he was out of corn, out of thE at 10 o'clock a. m. The Wednesday ISSStltMMMMIMMMHShanibarger's
price of the cow and had to go fc:) meeting will be open to the public,and It's contagious, everybody is taking 159
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Butchers Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:

Cost of Ice Machine $400.00

Drug Stores Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) 320.00'

Country Homes CGIIIS} 5 rents} Kerosene for operating at $60 per year 600.00 \

Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) 216.00"

Clubs Maintenance and Depreciation (ten years) 400.00 *

Total $1,936.00 *
Restaurants PER. -

Hospitals Ice, $100 per day for ten years' $3,650.00

Grocers 10: A Interest on above at 81 for ten years 1,314.00

Total $4,964.00Residences
Dairies ,

__ POUNDS Net Saving with I Ice Machine $3,028,00, or $302.80 per Year

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




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ommencng' M N A \', VI\' 1, and the continuingfor following 11 I 1I1 l a H .

LACES-in fancy -1750 yards in Plain, GOWNS-in the New SKIRTS-Ready Made in Pique, Serge
ALLOVER Brussels, Baby Irish, GINGHAMS Checks, Regular NIGHT ( -Short threequartersand San Toy, Panama. Voile, Whipcord.
net. Value. Sale Price 8%c. 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 Extra Value, Goc, 85c, $1.25,
Checks, Regular Value 12*c, Sale Specials Regular $1.00. $3.75, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00.
Reg. Value 75c, Sale of sales price 53c; Price lOc yard.HATS $1.50. Sale price, 55, 69, 89, 98, $1.10NAPKINS '
SHIRTS-For Men. Soft and Stiff.
Regular Value $1.00 Sale of sales. .79c -Table, 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 9Sc $2.00 for $1.00, up to $5.00 for $1. 0. $1.25. $1.50. Sale Price, 43c, 50c, 63c,
89c, 98c, $1.10.SHEETING .
$2.50. IN
NOTIONS-All at 25 per cent off Regular -
WASH SUITS-All Sizes. HOUSE DRESSES- prices. -
BOYS" Value for ......$ .89 Regular Value, $1.00, $1.10, $1.25, Nine quarters Regular Value 35c. Sale
$1.25 Value for ... .. .98 21 Vie. Ten quarters, Regular Value
$1.50. Sale Price, 83c: 98c $1.03: $1.10
$1.50 Value for . . . 1.10 BOOTS 4 AND SHOES( -For Men 374c, Sale 30c.TOWELS .
f $1.85 value for. . '0. . 1.35 HOSE SUPPORTERS-At 10, 15: 23c: OVERALLS for Every Trade New in
Drill and the
BLEACHING Value for. .6>/2c I THE FAMOUS "EIFFEL" HOSE- -Cotton.
lOc Value for ... ... ... .... ...8e12&c The hose with a steadfast guarantee.The Poplin. Value 10c, 12c, loc,
Value for ... .... .....lOc hose for all occasions. For Children and Women I Regular Values $1.00, $1.25, 1.50 20c. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, 12c, 16c.
15c Value for ... ... ... ... .12c Regular 15c Value for. . .12%c $1.75. Sale Price, 90c, 98c, $1.15, $1.25 TOWELS-Linen

BELTS for Boys and Men. Regular 25c Value for . . .20c -- .... 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, Sac.CORSETS ; Regular Value, 25c, 35c, 50c. Sale
Regular 50c Value for. . . .43c PAIRS PATENTS, T'VO STRAP SANDALS -
Price, 29c, 43c.
1UU 19c. Regular Value 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Value for . . .89c
Regular $1.00
$1.50. Sale Price 28c, 43c, 63c; 89c,
"Warner's" Make. CHILDREN'S HOSE-Reg1llar Value, In almost all sizes. $1.10.
Value 50, 59, 75, $1.00, 15c 25c, 35c. Sale Price 12'/z, 20, 29c ETC. SLIPS-In Fine Cam-
43c, 50c 63c 8.:>c. 150 Pairs Imported Lisle Lace Hose- Regular Values, $1.35, to $1.50. "Sale of Sales" PRINCESS sizes. TABLE LINEN Mercerized
Regular Value, 35e, 50c, 60c, 75c. Sale
All Sizes-in Black, White and Tan, Regular Value, $1.00, $1.25,
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES in i Price, 9Sc. Price 28c, 43c, 50c, 60c.
Regular 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 31c. $1.50, $2.00. Sale Price, 89c, 93c, $1.20,
white and colors, Sizes 6 mos. to 14 $1.63. TICKING-

years. FOR MEN AND WOMEN Rcgular Value 12c, 15c, 20c. Sale
Reg. Values 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, JABOTS Dainty Lace and PILLOW SLIPS Price lOc, 12ftc, 15c.
25c, 35c, 50c,
$1.50. Sale Price 45c, 55e, 63c, 89c, 75c. PAIRS-INCLUDING LADIES BUTTON _.
Swiss Effects 150 Regular Value, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c. --" ----
98c, $1.15.CHEMISES. Sale Price 19c, 29c, 39c, 59c. PATENTS, KIDS, TAN KIDS AND Sale Price, 12 ftc, 17c, 20c, 27c, 43c.
Regular Value-All$1.00 Sizes for-New. ..Designs...89c JUMPERS-For Men-All Sizes in CALFS IN HIGH AND LOW SHOES AND PANTS-) en's, in all Wool and UNION Value-50c"Comfy for 43c.;
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.
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-White 34 to 44. With Price, $1.98. $2.98, $3.73. $1.50.PAN'SMen's V. D." and "Porosknit"

the New Madras and Balkan -In Dainty Crepe, Rip Working Regular Value, $1.00 suit, Sale Price,
effects. KIMONOS and Persian Lawns. 89c Suit.
Reg. Value $4.50, $5.50. $6.50, $7.50 Charming Designs and Color. FOR MEN AND WOMEN Regular Value, $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, 93(, 98(. $1.20. $1.35 Mounted UIBRELLAS-Plain, Fancy and Gold f
$1.25, $1.50. Sale Price 85c, 95c, $1.05, PAIRS INCLUDES "SOROSIS" "QUEENQUALITY"
DRAWERS, Open and Closed $1.20 150 PARASOLS-$1.75 to $5.50, 25 per 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 t '
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 i I
from 5 years to 17 years. Regular .
DIMITY, Fine Check. 230; )ards. 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, 85c, 98c, Regular Values $3.50, to $6.00. "Sale of Sales" QUEEN Sole Agents and carry VESTS-For Ladies
$1.15, $1.50.L and representative rangeof Cut" and "Stay On. ..
Price $2.35.A this famous Sterling make. "See Regular Value lOc, 12c, 25c
MBROIDERIES EXS-lriSh-Natural Colors. Special ad with reference to these." : Sale Price, 8c. lOc 20c.
E 2,000 yards at lOc yard. All Regular Value 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, I VESTS-For Children
widths. All Patterns 50c. Sale 19c. 25e, 29c, 34c, 43c. HOT WEATHER SPECIAL FOR MEN ONLY Regular Value 15c, 20c, 25e. Sale
QUILTS-White and Colors in Honey Price 12ftc, 17c, 20c.
Regular Val. 59c,69c,75c,$1.00, Regular Values 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c,
$1.25 $1.00, $1.50. Sale Price, 29c, 43c, 50c, ALL WE HAVE LEFT-And we have a few, and Regular Values, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Lawn and
Sale Price 43c,53c,60c, .. 83; ,.. 98 60c, 89c, $1.20. $1.75, $2.00. Sale Price, 89c, 98c, $1.10 WAISTS Cambric
every head can be fitted.A $1.35, $1.50. host to
EMBROIDERED DRESSES-In the LINONS and LINENES $2.00 Hat for $1.00. A $3.00 Hat for $1.50. Choose from .
Newest Styles of this Season's Cre Regular 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, loc, 20e. JUST HALF PRICE ROMPERS-For and Children Ripplette in Ging, in Sale Price, 50c, 89c, 98c, $1.10.

$6.50, 7.50. Sale Price $2.98, $3.23, up to eight years. WAISTS-Silk, in China, Taffeta and
BLOUSES-In Sailor and
$4.25, $5.00, $5.75.FLAXOXSIn. MIDDY Stjles. ODDMENTS IN MEN'S SUITS AND PANTSIN Regular Value, 50c, 60c, 75c. Sale Messaline.
$1.00, $1.25, and $1.50 Price 43c, 53c, 60c. Regular Value, $2.50. $3.00, $3.50
TWEEDS AND WORSTEDSSuits $3.75. Sale Price
$1.93, $2.49, $2.98,
for 9Sc. $
RAIN COATS-"Rubberized in Fine $3.00.
Plain and Fancy MOSQUITO NOTING-White and $20.00 for-----------_____________$10.00 Italian Cloth.
15c. 18c, 20c, 25c Colors, 12c quality for lOc. Suits $15.00 for________________________ 7.50 Regular Value, $5.00, for $3.75. WASH SUITS For Children in White
Sale Price 12ftc} lie, 15c, 20c Suits for_______________ and Colors, from two to eight years.
MOSQUITO. BARS-$1.39 up.lE.'S $14.00 _________ 7.00 RUBBER SNEAKERS -For Men and Regular Value, 90c, $1.00, $1.2, $1.50,
FLANNELS-Outing and Canton. ) SHIRTS-Whites and Colors Suits $10.00 for________________________ 5.00 Boys. All sizes up to No. 2. 59c. $2.00. Sale Price 80c, 83c, 98c, UO,
Reg. Value lOc, 12c, 15cc Sale Price Soft and Stiff. Regular Value, 50c, 65c Pants $1.75 for__________________________$ .88 From 2\l up, 73c.; $1.50.

7jc, lOc, 12Yze.FLAXXELS 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, 98c, $1.10. Pants $2.50 for_____________________.____ 1.25 SILKS Blacks per and Colors. WIDE CHECK DIMITY

Regular Value, 35e, 40c, 50c. Sale MEN'S WHITE DUCK PANTS Pants $4.00 for---------_________________ 2.00 -Hemmed and stitched YARD Cloth)
Price, 29c, 32ftc} 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
Sale Price 43c,
Price, $1.00 and $1.25. 59c, 69c each. Sale Price lOc, yard.



F. N. Boardman, l 4ANDl Z06 S. ORANGE[ AYE. Orlando, Fla.





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South Fior.'da: Sentinel THE CIVIC LEAGUE I .
The address of Mr. H. I. Hamilton, has happened since the
MORNING AND WEEKLY Before remarking upon the workof before the Board of Trade of Orlando, I Democratic administration assumedthe .

-Entered --at-the -post office at Orlando, the Civic League in this City, we on Deep Waterways for this State is affairs of government that has w ali aiiil r Polish li liYour
Jlnida as Second Class Mail Matter. want to submit the following for the of significance. Mr. Hamilton begunhis created a stronger impression for the ll f

SUBSCRIPTION RATES meditation of our citizens: address by saying; "that, now a safety of the country than the mannerin
"The man took a lot of circularsand days, he who says a thing is impossible which the administration has met
THE DAILY SENTINEL other mail from his pocket, and is constantly being interrupt the financial disturbance in the clos-
car regularly, times a month, and at same
One Year $5.00 after examining it, put back what he ed, for in the very saying the task in ing of the First-Second National

Six Months ... . . ..... 2.50 wanted to keep and then tore up the dispute is wrought." Bank of Pittsburg.This time have all the joints, bolts, nuts, etc., greased and oiled.It .

Three Months. .. . ...... 1.25 remainder and threw it into the street. Mr. Hamilton made the assertion confidence is due to the fact will make last
"The man not only violated the law, that no State in the Union was as rich that the administration is not under- your car longer, and look a great deal

3j news carrier in Orlando 50 cents per but he ignored the duty of good in waterways and would benefit by taking to conceal anything. Secretary better. We have a special rate for this service by the
and Sunday.
nth. Daily
citizenship. No one has a right to the development of its waterways as McAdoo calmly stated to the
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found scatter paper in the street. It makes much as Florida, and yet in perhapsno country that there was no need of month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it over.
sale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal'g Book
i Brothers. the streets unsightly and an offenseto State in the Union has so little alarm because the financial institu-
Start, and Wright
taste and good order. A man who been spent for the making availableof tions of the city of Pittsburg were
We will appreciate prompt complaint ifHrery .
is not promptly made by our carriers. doesn't know any better lacks a sound this most prolific source of wealth sound and conducting business on *"
understanding."The for the State. sound principles, but that the First-
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap-
fKcation. law against throwing paper in Of course Mr. Hamilton is tryingto Second National Bank, of Pittsburg,
the street should be rigidly enforced.It -arouse public sentiment for the development gave evidence of crookedness in its
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL would be an encouraging sign if of deep waterways for New business management and in its busi-
7or year, by mail postage paid.........J1.00
we were to read in the police reports Smyrna, but he incidentally shows ness methods, and consequently it was
Jddress Office 107 THE Court SENTINEL Street,, Arcade Orlando Building, Florida. once in a while that Mr. John Jonesor that by using the St. Lucie, the Hali deemed wise for the government to SlioVorK\ r (

Phone 24 )Ir. John Smith was fined five dollars fax, the St. Johns, the Ocklawaha and take a hand. ;
for throwing paper in the streets.I Kissimmee Rivers, connecting by can- The latest reports to the Treasury :
1 F. SCHUMANN, Editor ; A few such instances would soon put als with the great lakes in Osceola, Department indicate that the First-
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor an end to a nuisance that is all to Lake and Orange Counties that Orlando I I Second National closing may involve In charge of "Gus" Pfenning, who is now back at work,

prevalent. I would have fine waterways ina $5,500,000. These advices, however, | assures :you of getting the very best mechanical work that
While Orlando is fairly decent in of canals
triangle any one of which were accompanied by the assurance
The most precarious livelihood is the matter of old paper, she has been I would bring freight and passengers. that while the total claim of depositors I can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as can be

mighty careless in looking after the I from the coast to this city. is $35,000,000, that this amount made.
that earned by a man who lives by
lis wits. unkept spots in the city. If one will Of course these assertions sound would be probably paid in full through
o I take the trouble to observe what the I over-drawn to those who have not realization on the bank's assets.It .
Civic League is doing in cleaning and studied the situation. Mr. Hamiltonhas is apparent therefore, that ""
Kansas wants men to work at har-
beautifying what is known as Government looked into the matter, more than honesty is strength and that the ene- *
resting, but wouldn't they blister their
Lot, opposite the Elk's Club, that, he has been in consultation with mies of this administration are goingto
he will be convinced that this institution government engineers, who know accurately -I have a mighty hard time in start-
is doing a most valuable service the conditions in Florida, in
ing panics or creating dissatisfaction -
show that the
Missouri to
proposes i for the city. This lot has been an and they have assured Mr. Hamilton i! by raising a hullaballoo when

%country tremendous is prosperous crop of wheat.by harvesting eyesore for years. The dumping that there is nothing extravagant in | the crookedness, which has so long I.1..PHhLLIPS r & ON

o ground for old rubbish, and a rendezvous the claims that he is making for Flor 'i obtained in this country, is undertakento
for old mules to ida as a State having the
Wisconsin's new anti-gossip law is pass Sunday,I greatest be weeded out.
and a general menace to health and possible waterways of any State in SUCCESSORS TO
proving a staggering blow to the pop- o
offensive to good taste. All this is the Union.In .
ilarity of sewing circles. Why not read the Sentinel and get I
changed, and when the League succeeds addition to the value of freight : S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
o the news all the time? Send in your
with its carrying capacity, which i I
shrubbery and plants, everyone I
There is a light kept burning in a subscription today.
jrison window against the return of this lot will be a thing of beauty. I knows must be the basis for developing ", ,111,1".1,1111111111,111
These in the waterways, the traffic -------- ---- - -
she wandering Jack Johnson.o ugly places city are aj i i passenger - -
good deal like warts on handsomeladies' in the State would be something enor-
I mous, and the contribution that these
more elections until next month, noses. The eyes may be beau-!
tiful the mouth waterways would make to Florida is
Jut plenty of opportunity for curb- exquisite, the form 1 I
graceful, the costume bewitching, but beyond computing. There can be no
itone oratory during the interim. II
-- you can't get away from the wart. doubt that so great natural resources WEDDING GIFTS .
will not long remain We
From practically every position of Dr. Waltenscheidt's property on I undeveloped. I
Orange county and South Florida Church and Main streets is now a thing II I speak here in the simple hope of adding -
tome reports of great benefits from of beauty. It has cost much time and I one more voice to the many that
should be raised in this State in beseeching .
the rains. some money, but he has gotten more
pleasure than all the cost, and he has the government of the
Even if the iceman o is able to tell contributed very greatly to the pleasure United States to look toward developing The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,

he exact weight of a cake by lookingit and pride of the entire city. More the waterways of Florida. Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
it, it makes the consumer feel much than that these efforts result in a bet-I I Following one line, a canal can be '
woler to have it weighed.A ter moral and physical life of the cut across the State that would admit for the wedding-gift seeker.

o people amongst whom the efforts are I I the United States Navy, and thus

Chicago woman says that every put forth. Environment is a mighty save 1500 miles of travel in going These things are so varied in style and price as to give

iuman soul has a tree affinity but factor in the building of character.A from the Atlantic to the Gulf. Thereis almost limitless choice.
few of the boys show signs of it when slovenly city is mighty apt to havea every reason why Floridians should
they are led out and introduced tothe slovenly citizenship.By seriously consider, and not longer be
wood pile. the way, it may not be out of I|!, indifferent to the earnest appeal of From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a

o place to call attention to the too great I I men who know whereof they speak. dollar and upward.The .
Local dealers report a very light liberty allowed contractors in the This spirit is too prevalent as regards -
trade in baseball supplies, with little matter of piling debris and building: other matters than deep water-
range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
prospect of improvement unless the material in the streets. This paperis ways. It was asserted that one acre

college games shall liven it up a littlein not inclined to put a hardship in : of land near Sanford paid the railroad the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main-
the fall.Cheer the way of anyone, but there is a I $1700.00 in freight for hauling the
o great deal in starting right, and thereis I truck raised on this one acre. The tained.

up, after July comes August so much building going on in Orlando idea was ridiculed by those who lived
tnd after August, one of those "r" just now as to make it impera- I within a mile of where the truck was Your most critical inspection is invited.

months when we eat oysters, play tive that contractors shall observe the produced and finally the Atlantic
foot ball and begin to think about regulations under which they would Coast Line, the railroad that hauled I
winter underwear.Sir have to work in other self-respecting the stuff, confirmed the claim in a
o communities.This written statement. I

William Osler, in a recent lecture paper sincerely hopes that the If Florida people will study their ;;
at Johns Hopkins thus named the Civic League will not let up until own needs and the means they have i
seven attributes necessary in a nurse: every vacant lot is cleared of rubbish for supplying their wants and will N. Evans the Jeweler

Tact, tidiness, taciturnity, sympathy, ;and beautified, and that it will be then go intelligently about securing .
gentleness, cheerfulness, charity. insistent in demanding that the the government's help, as other States I
o streets and alleys be kept cleanly and have done, development will proceed :
"'I'll Be Welcome In My Home sightly as the law prescribes they in this State on wide lines. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

Town," is the title of a late popular shall be.The o I I
song. You will, if you are a booster, o Here is another inviolable rule: No EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.Clean .
but if you are one of those fellows open door to fortune is through man who is 75 years old feels as well '

with a hammer, you are welcome to Sentinel ads. Try it and find out. as he ever did. -

stay away. I' -- -
o ,'I .

The Baptist people have about con-

eluded the purchase of a new three
thousand dollar pipe organ from the Sales
famous Estey factory. Our grandfathers : AUTOMOBILEi Sweep

bought cabinet organs from ,
this old reliable firm. i Io

Discuss the proposed new charter! BULLETIN
and point out its weak points if it !
las any. If it will not stand discussion I i i [ Satiii'tlay f Jlm

it is not worthy of adoption. But i ,
taIling it and aspers.I
names casting These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
ions at its talented authors will not
le an aid to better city government.o guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip-
o ped and ready to run. I I Continuing Through July 13

Times-Union speaks of "that !

slunk who calls himself David la- 1 1912 20 H. P. Roadster Good Condition
mar." We hardly think the compari-1' Free! GIVEN WAY Free !
son a just one. Lamar seems to be'
deceit personified. Our limited knowl- i $400.00

idge of the mephistis mephistica leads
as to believe he is frank to a fault. To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
l 1 1910 4
o Regal, Passenger. $300ONE be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky .
The proposed city charter for commission ;

form of government in Orlando 1912 STUDEBAKER,. FOUR-PASSENGER three One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
was drawn by a committee com-
TRA TIRE FULLY EQUIPPED- selection of $5.00 Hat in the Store.
posed of some of the ablest lawyers I any

and business men of the city, consisting j j SHOCK ABSORBERS ETC. _________ $600
of lion. L. G. Starbuck and :

was thoroughly discussed at two public I YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME
meetings called! for that purpose. !;
It has already once been ratified and I ;

indorsed by a majority vote of the I'
people, and yet even now some of the 1
very men who helped to create it and''
get it before the people, now call it I San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
a "radical topsy turvey measure.
Shades of Postum,Cereal, is there a j FloorThe
-reason?" j.:.- i


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tomorrow for an outing at Coronado

WADE Beach. Early Tuesday evening a large The regular monthly meeting of

THE TUNER r number of neighborhood friends invaded the Equal Suffrage League was held SANTI fLUSH"

ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. Messrs. H. R. Dunn, E. T. and J. the home of Mrs. D. L Hawley, yesterday morning at the home of I

T. Smith, of Chicago, are guests of corner of Lake and South streets, Mrs, Victor S. Starbuck on South
the San Juan. forming a surprise party on the occasion Main street, Miss Safford presiding.
of the birthday anniversary of After the reading of the minutesof FOR CLEANSING AND KEEPING A TER CLOSETBOWLS

W. J. Collicutt, of Gabriella, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Keller have Mrs. L H. Hawley. the previous meeting, and roll call, '
business yesterday. SANITARY AND 'VUITE'AS NEW
visited the city on : returned from a delightful outing on I After congratulations and a general communications were read from Miss

the seashore. interchange of greetings and good Paul, of Washington, concerning the
Sister Alberta, of St. Joseph's Convent .1 will expressions, the party to the favorable report of the committee, I.MHMMMMMMMMIMMTOILET

returned yesterday ftom a visit: Miss Ada Sargent, R. N., of the number of seventeen, as guests of and from Mrs. Cooley, of Jacksonville, t PAPER i

to Tampa. Christ Sanitarium, is the house guest Mrs. D. L Hawley, visited the Grand the later mentioning many new lea-
of Mrs. Banks, of Maitland. I Theatre and enjoyed the good things gues having been formed throughoutthe | THE BEST IN THE CITY II
J. B. Steinmetz, of Wekiwa I
pictured there. State and for State
i plans a or. ttlMliMMHIMIIIMIilMFLOWERS
business vis-
Springs, was an Orlando Thirty-five guests registered at the' At the conclusion of this pleasant ganization. Both letters were most
itor yesterday.Miss San Juan Hotel yesterday. Not at all diversion for the evening, the jolly encouraging and the outlook is unusually -i

bad for a midsummer's days' business.Mr. party wended their way back east bright. and PLANTSWe

Dorothy Cooper accompaniedby ward to the home of Mrs. J.1.. Ca- Much time was occupied in the discussion -

Master "Buster," left yesterdayfor Lindsey, of Jacksonville, has ruthers, on South Lake street, where of arrangements for an Equal

a visit to Daytona. arrived in the city to take charge of the festivities were varied and ex. Suffrage League for the State of Flor- have a floral garden in connection with our grocery

the Singer Sewing Machine Company. tended and all refreshed with delicious and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive
Wm. Geiger, of the Magnolia Farm, cake and ice cream and other ida.Dr.. Adele Fuchs, professor of German attention.
Forrest City, was circulating among Mr. G. II. King of Atlanta, Ga., delicacies well toward midnight.The in the Des Moines High School,

friends in the city yesterday. !;IN. K. Fairbank's clever representative entire evening's events were I who is the house guest of Miss Saf-

is in Orlando today talking "Gold most happily accentuated by presen-I ford, gave a very entertaining ad THE SANITARY
J. H. Tucker I
Messrs. tation of valuable and :
!! Dust Twins" and "Cottolene. dress. Dr. Fuchs has had wide experience -
Qui g returned yesterday afternoon I from the well wishing friends. That! in organizing state leagues, CARUTHERS & GORE

from an auto trip to the East Coast.I Mrs. Savannah Jones left this morn- Mrs. Hawley was as greatly pleasedas and her talk was both interesting and
I Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. \
ing for her home in Atlanta, after she was completely surprised, goes instructive. The points which Dr. :
writes to her '
Mrs. A. N. Goodwyn I spending the winter with her daughter without saying.ELECTION I Fuchs deems most essential In the fHMM.MMMMttMMIMMMMMMHMMIMMMIIitiMEETING
mother Mrs. 0. B. Floyd, that she
Mrs. St. Elmo Freeman.Mr. work are wide membership, and well
and her husband are on the way to
I OF OFFICERS LAST informed members. REGARDING ASSOCI. detained, arriving after the meetinghad

Oklahoma.Mrs. I S. W. Shepherd left yesterday 1! NIGHT ATED CHARITIESAn disbanded.

|! for Boston, where he will take a boat t OH YOU B. V. D'S AND PALM Another meeting will shortly be
St. Elmo Freeman and little to Kentville, Nova Scotia, where he j The shareholders of the Fraternal. BEACH SUITS interesting meeting was held in called by the committee, which repre-

son, Marin, leave this morning for amonth's I will visit his friend, Mr. Calvin Bishop.i i Building Association of Orlando, held the Tea and Rest Room yesterday sentatives from all the town organiza- I

visit with Mrs. Chess La. ', their annual meeting last night in the Orlando, Fla., July 9, 1913. morning, when the committee in tions, the churches, etc., will be askedto

gamassino, of Atlanta. i Mrs. W. P. Pillans and bright little Odd Fellows' Hall and elected the following -I To The Sentinel: Do you know, I charge of the movement for perfect- attend and it is hoped that defin
I Ii
daughter, Laura, left yesterday for i officers for the ensuing year: think women are getting too "darned ing an organization of "Associated ite plans for well organized work can
The difference in cost between razing their home in Lakeland after a visitto j i W. R. O'Neal, President; E. S. smart" anyway. They are actually Charities" met to discuss plans for soon be arranged. I

the old building and raising the Mrs. Pillan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Keyes, vice president; J. T. Dale, secretary finding out the fact that they have this work. I Others present yesterday morningwere

new one on the old Hyer Livery Stable S. A. Robinson.Mr. i ; P. F. Laubach, treasurer. brains and are wicked enough to want I I In addition to a general invitation Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., chairman of

corner will be about $49,900.00 j Directors-L. G. Starbuck, E. W. '!''to use them. I don't know what on I to the clergy of town through the pa- I the committee; Mrs. Fuller, presidentof

Oscar Lorraine left yesterdayfor i t Lott, W. E. Long, Geo. A. Barker and I I J, earth the world is coming to, anyway. pers to attend this meeting, a personal I the Civic League; Mrs. Helen
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mulholland, and I
Daytona, where he will tarry fora |; F. A. Eaton. I Ii When the preachers have to get up in invitation had also been extended, j Wright, Mrs. E. L. Bliss, Deaconess
daughters, Misses Elbeth and Margaret day or two and then go to Boston,j The shareholders were highly pleased I the pulpits and beg the women to and those who could accept, together Parkhill, Mrs. Greetham, Mrs. Board- I

and Master Lyman, left yesterdayin where he expects to remain until the with the results accomplished during wear more clothes. I can't see why with several other representative men, 'I man, Miss Louie Allen and Miss Rob

their touring car for points in latter part of August. i the past year, and the very creditable they don't beg the men to quit peep- whose presence attested their inter inson.
South Florida.A .
I showing made. I ing. I am sure I don't care to look est in this subject, were cordially wel- Office hours are being kept daily

I Miss Knox, one of the efficient I I at any of them, in their summer comed by the committee.An except Sunday in the Tea Room from
telegram from Mr. 0. T. Switzer I nurses of the Christ Sanitarium,j The following item from the Port trousers and "knee panties" of the informal discussion followed, I 2:15 to 4:15 p. m., through July, a
from Philipsburg, Pa., stated that his leaves today for New York City. She I! Orange correspondent of the Times- gauze variety. M. C. M. the gentlemen present stating their I member of the committee being therein
sister, Lilla died last night. She is a related
I expects to visit Atlantic City, returning -i I Union gives some facts not views upon plans for such organization charge who will attend to matters
sister of Mrs. F. A. Curtis, and has Bob in his account of the trip:
to Orlando in the fall. by CHOIR GUILDA in a helpful and practical manner. regarding: this work.
been quite ill for some time with cancer
of Orlando an
"Mr. Magruder
Dr. Stagg told of the charities organization
of the stomach. Attorney C. P. Dickinson now rides i: unpleasant experience Saturday after rehearsal of the chorus work I I in Birmingham, where this | MRS. DUNN HOSTESS
as a result of being caught by from Gaul's "Holy City," is to be heldin I
to Sanford and Winter Park and to his noon is being very efficiently carried on,|
That sanitary drinking fountain at : the high tide while autoing on the the Chapter House tonight at seven i I
meals in a shiney new little Hupmobile. -' also of Jacksonville having largely The YoungIatrons' Card Club was
the People's National Bank is a bles- There is room in the front seat beach just south of the Port Orange fifteen. All those taking part are I followed the plans used in Birmingham -'I delightfully entertained yesterday afternoon .

sing to thirsty humanity these mid for one person and more room in the approach. The usual results followed requested to be present. I with good results, the conditionsin at the New Lucerne by Mrs.
summer days. Water cold and pure, about mid- Ii
and the dug out
car was
rear seat if he needs it. ; these cities being similar.He Irwin Dunn.
and a fresh paper cup for each drink. night and carried to Daytona for a We overheard a gentleman '
j say advised that instead of a pro- | The usual players and two tablesof
Thank you, Mr. Dow. Apopka was represented in Orlando i general cleaning up." the other night, "I know A. P. Curry, posed fixed membership fee, a yearly guests were present, of these, Mrs.

yesterday by the following well j I the electrician, and D. W. Curry, the canvass be made when all people of I Hamilton Johnson made the highestscore
Wm. Hansell was up from Pine ': Mr. W. J. Webber, who has been land man, but I do not know the cigar I
I and
who aid
known citizens: Sam W. Stewart I( the town are willing to charity winning a pretty card case.
Castle yesterday morning before son, Mabry; James Welch, S. W. Eld-,I the manager of the Singer Sewingi man, Curry, by sight. This is not work be asked to contribute what At the conclusion of a series of ex- 1
some of the Orlando business men got T.1 I i I Machine Company for the past six so strange as Mr. W. K. Curry is avery
W. toward it from Mrs. Dunn
redge, H. II. Witherington, ever they can fifty citing games, served
their front doors open. He is evidently months leaves today with Mrs. Webber unassuming kind of a gentleman.He .
Champneys and Paul Smart. cents up. That a Board of Management ice cream, cake and bonbons.The .
one of the early risers out look I where will does
for Michigan, they not orate on politics nor be formed having a representative guests included Misses Jean
ing for the proverbial worm. Rollins: spend the summer. move in society, but he very success- I and Willie Person
Miss Ely, the librarian at from each church and each clubor Virginia Badger
College last winter, accompanied by, fully manages a cigar factory that other organization of town, togeth. Rita Lawton, Mrs. Ben Lawton, Mrs. t
Mr J. H. Lee was in Orlando fora i I Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock works from 50 to 65 hands the
Brittain and Mrs. Hamilton
Miss Chandler, one of Orlando's popular er with the committee, who are John-
while yesterday enroute to his homein nurses, left last night for Washington of Fancy Groceries to the store on the round and he signs checks for the biggest ready working for this and that aI-I
Oviedo from a business trip to Bos- corner and Ave. formerly roll in the son.Miss
of Pine Orange pay city and perhapsthe
D. C. After seeing Miss Ely such organization be asked to Ada Bumby substituted for
ton. Mr. Lee while away visited several safely in the hospital in the capital:j I occupied by II. C. Robertsonand biggest in the county outside of a definite yearly subscription to the Mrs. Davis Fishbach. The Club members -
of the larger cities in the North I I will be ready for business Friday the Overstreet Crate Company at
city, Miss Chandler will visit with general fund. That a general mass present were the hostess, Mrs.
and reports a most enjoyable trip. 7-10 tf.
friends for a while. i\ morning. meeting of the towns people shouldbe Thomas Broadwater, Mrs. Leonard

I i I Pleasure riding in automobiles called once a year, when the an- Bumby, Mrs. Sidney Ives, Mrs. Philip }
Mrs. W. H. Lockwood Maitland,: famous ; Mr. W. C. Sherman is going away on Slemons :Mrs. Lee
Florida has long been as the streets of Orlando is fraught with nual reports and accounts of the "As- Miller and Mrs.
was in the city yesterday and last! about the 15th of July, those having .
a winter resort and now the much these What sociated Charities". shall be submit- Joe Bumby.We
difficulty July days.
evening. She left for Boston, accom-j and jobs in his store will please call for ted. I
friends are realizing more more
with ditches
sewer sewer pipe, pilesof
panied by her young son. I the delights of the summer climate.Dr. them before that date. No. 7 Orange brick for new buildings, mortar Rev. Mr. Boyd said his experiencewith I honestly believe that the best
place the lad in some good school and avenue, opposite San Juan Hotel.
Adele Fuchs, of Des Moines, Iowa, boards and boxes, piles of lumber and a similar organization in Knox- friends of the defeated candidate for
remain with him for several months is the guest of Rev. Mary Safford and I j I 7-86t.localIr. lath, etc., it is difficult to find more ville, Tenn., had been that a greater I the city council were those who voted
before returning. Mrs. Victor Starbuck, and will spend enthusiasm and interest had been
than block two clear in against him. The real useful honest
; a or one 10-1
:|: :\ Isaac S. Levy, a popular drug
months in the
the next two city. i cality. But it all means progress and aroused through soliciting a general member of that body must spend a
There seems to be one or two salesman, of Jacksonville, is in Orlando we are glad to be troubled in this I membership at a small fixed sum: that great deal of time and energy looking

strings attached to the offer of Mr. I G. Carlton leaves Orlando in a dayor today. way. I larger subscriptions could be solicited after the city's welfare, for which he

Chas. Grannis to deed to the city his i two and on the 16th of the month IGeo. | also; those who were able could give receives no financial returns. As a

interest in certain lots on Lake Eola,'! will: sail on the Cunard Steamer, Car-i:i FOR gentle SALE-Two mules. Fine good workers sound andi and .. Barker was seen their small membership fee, plus fifty rule the ordinary business man cannot
but we trust the diplomacy of the onia for his former home in England.Mr. yesterda-I dollars, plus their That the
: a bargain, if taken at once. Call on morning clothed in a new I sympathy. afford to sacrifice this time from his
gentlemen having the matter in Carlton was born in London and or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- er's suit and in his right interest and sympathetic cooperationof business or trade if he expects to keepin I

charge, and the liberality of Mr. Gran- ', came to Orlando in 188;). He expects lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w ing for his job with a paint brush in I as many people as possible were the runr.ingwith his less hampered

nis will prevent any hold up on the to remain abroad for a year. lie each hand and a determined look in needful and would often prove of competitors. Mr. Giles has both the
enterprise.An I will be accompanied as far as New WAXTED-Lady assistant. Apply be- each lie intends I more help than I
tween 8 and 9 o'clock at Dr. Lott's eye. evidently to money. time, and the ability and is so largely
I York with Mrs. Carlton's mother, whoI office, over Berman's. It be in business at the old stand just I Rev. Mr. Greetham also thought the I Ii interested financially in the future

advertisement pays best in the I I will embark on another vessel for her the same as though he had not beenin i membership should include every citizen growth of the town that he may be

best paper. I I home in Germany. Subscribe for the Sentinel. politics. ; of town-that everyone should be trusted to do everything possible to

___ u ___ _-_ -_ ___ I 1 asked to unite in doing his or her create a larger and better Orlando.
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I part, be it large or small When he does that he
1"11'1'1111"1'1"1111"0"1" " " 1i1 !i Judge Cheney, Mr. Jas. L. Giles, every resident and propertyowner
;i and Mr. Berman, all joined in the dis- in the corporation. His advent

cussion, expressing their ideas upon simply adds another progressive element -

THE j GRAND THEATER :( the plans considered. Dean Sherrod to the present boosters of the
I had expected to be present but was city council.

Todays' Program ---
I0101l110Ill tIll 11101011$000$ IIII 0,41 1,101111

Grand Theatre t _


: : . . . . . . . :. Vitagraph J J"THE

i CORMORANT" (Bird Study) . . . . .Pathe :
Lot of

PICTURES i; "HIDDEN LIFE IN SEAWEED" (Zoology) .Pathe Manhattan Shirts

Pictures Changed Dail}'. I WHEN THE RIGHT MAN COMES ALONG"
(Comedy) . Some Very Pretty

. . . . . . .Edison
Patterns for the Summer

FIRST SHOW, x ,,7:15 P.M "ALONG THE RIVER EURE, FRANCE" (Scenic) .Pathe J f

PRICES f from $$1.50
to $4.00r



i I 100 votes given with every ticket. Watch for SPECIAL f ', r SCRUGGS & DICKSON
: i PRICES ALWAYS 5 c. and lOc. DAYS when extra votes will be given. **
I F The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes


:4 444IIlli " ****** +


y .

One of the latest books in the I COOUNO 'II-I A
"Best sellers" list is "Little Thank
You," by Mrs T. P O'Connor. The I REVIVING
Gowns 98c. LISTEN !
hero whose name gives the title to I Crepe
the book is a beautiful little Lord DEL ro 8

Fauntleroy kind of a lad whom everybody ..1 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
loves. He was run down and. : I Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
badly injured by a big automobile and FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- ; ; Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
the illiterate chauffeur who caused
the accident started to carry the in-i \\' E A K, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spending
; ; a pleasant and profitable hour each at the Lucerne.
jpred lad to his home. The following LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, .
prayer, which he is said to have offered (
pathos and earnestness "Oh, Lord,I ...
ETC. ...
I ICE COLD SODA ; .IIIIII.lllilllll..lell..I.i.IIG.IO'II" ++++
I haven't asked you much for myself,
not even to have mercy when I've been The top notch of soda qualitj! --
all in, but I do ask you to let the LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS served from the best up-to-date foun
little chap get well. I'm sure you tains. i
don't want him up there, as much as This is the cdlhr>r }ou ll enjo it WE OFFER YOU
he's wanted down here. He'll do lots
MeCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT best-drop in today and get a genuine
of work for you, if you'll only let him
stay. You've got things all your own bracer. I THE MOST 'OF THE BEST !
way up there,but we want a few like STORE All flavors.
him in the mess we've made down For the Least
here. I wouldn't a-harmed him, you 124 South Orange Avenue BUTT'S Handy Kitcheni I
konw that,and I promise you for him, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE -- I
what I never did for myself, to be a
better man, if you'll show me thatyou've I Y | Tender JuieyMeats !
listened to my horn which I --- -
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ai'nt blowin' for my self." i
,:Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Dan Y You can always depend on gelling the best atl}our

The crime of kissing a girl without I -- I market t, and lOU will find there is wonderful differ-
permission seems to depend largely i in meats.COART'1TPICUE. '
11..1.111101111111111111111111111111111111111..1I enee
upon where she is kissed and the cir i \\L4c; I
cumstances. Frank Hester, a chiefof

sing Pension one a department girl Office clerk was in in suspended his the office government,for but kis-according -I n [ELECTRICVACUUM[ L CLEANER[ [N 1 ::2!!! L, I!

Hester was to the reinstated newspaper in his report position Mr. YA BOONE STREET ORLANDO, F.A.|

when his superior officer ascertainedthat '
he "kissed the girl on a dare." 1 ii-/J PHONE 105 f H
The dispatch fails to state whetherthe Have house
your room or '
dare was thrown out by the girl the FREE .
herself or by some one else, but the cleaned without dust troubleof
or --
conclusion is unavoidable, if you are is the only r 1-
going to kiss a girl without her per- + t
mission, don't kiss her on the lips or moving furniture .. Insured R i
on the cheek but follow the example
of Hester and kiss her on a dare. a.Sewing FI R MidSuffleie e [ II

The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
An eastern paper says: "With one I On all Dress Materials Laces Em-
exception, every member of PresidenWilson's perienced man. Y ,
Just Think of it I
cabinet began life as a boyin
i it broideries Hosiery
some small country town." This THE FREE Sewing Machine js! insured I \
information is of more than passing SEE THEM FOR TERMS 4 for five years against accident l ls --AND --
importance. Whether the one exception s breakage,year,. fire, tornado, light-
noted began life as a girl in a ninJr and water. This shows our MILLINERYIiIssEs
small town or whether he began lifeas faith in
most people do by coming into the FREE

state world You ,are as but not an the infant likely lesson,to the is become item unmistakable.does a mem not The PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ L C01''llnc., I" SewingMachine ThlnK what .<.bl!.me.nst HAMILTON & MM

I It gm"<-thai if you break the whole mukineor
ber of the
of the President of ,
oy pan(needle belt of attachment etc) j
the United States unless begin I II will be replaced to yon without charge. .*
life as a boy in a small country you town. CHURCH STREETMIIMMIIMMMtMMMMItlflHIIHMIttUHMMI I Also the New Home and White Sewing Agents for Barclay Corsets
Suffragettes please notice. : Machines. See Bob Magruder. ,

__ ________ Display room, 82 Arcade____u Building._ __ _



thosewho Kno-w Us Il l


We Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage of our Store and Await Their Further Commands



We would say for our mutual benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you i


We bid for your i f- j We extend liberal :

business M. credit to all and "
on .. .: .-

the merits of 5 A make special ,

our termsto thosewho i I :

merchandiseand wish it. i

l 55
the I


lowness of our We do a large volume

prices of this kind of business. !


Do you need a Go-cart? Do you need a Refrigerator? (

Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?



Kincaid & Sno-w-den 1!

Low Price Furniture Co. Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla. :



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proximately ti to midnight Boosters Holiness einent Classify",)will Boosters of received CLASSIFIED column.30 be five words run lines after(in lassified-,the one or 10"Too less time o'clock adver--Late,ap-i 25'I I'I i: roANBAk1TRUST. O 4 J OOMPANY fI I: mini l [ R [ J THEATER[ [

cents; three times 50 ; one week
(six daily and one weekly editions) I' Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.09.
'1.00; one month, $3.00. i I> HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
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to loan on improved property I !' Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller -

S. Y. WAY. I"I"r at the Close of Business
June 30th, 1913 ; PROGRAM TODAY
Shanibarger's for bicycles and I RESOURCESBanking
Sundries. U -
t .. House, Furniture
FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real I ,- s and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37Loans

Estate see Jansen & Watkins I f-' ';A I and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 "MUTUAL WEEKLY NO. 22" . . . Mutual
6-24-lm. I '. sk: +fwr Overdrafts..... ..... ... 83.98
I r :' i I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 All the latest illustrated news and weekly I current
erty. See Jansen & Watkins.city prop- i s C Cash on Hand and in Banks 25OS8.11I events from all parts of the world. Don't miss this.

6241m. I ,I

i i : $661,647.12
Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine I

street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- Capital ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .$100,000.00 "DRUMMER OF THE EIGHTH" . Broncho Feature
bacco, Fruits, Etc. 78tfSHOP ft I' I
I and Undivided
II ( Surplus
In two reels. A historical '
SERVICE-The best I :.i y Profits .. ....... .... ... 33,889.11 civil war drama. Many .t

and quickest. No waiting.very Free 1 Deposits..... ... .... .. 527,758.01 thrilling battle scenes. A picture that is above re- !;
filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. rL: !4Fti proach of its kind and one that you will most surely kS

street. W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine F $661,647.12 appreciate. .t

t The officers and directors of the Or-
Roberta Branch will be pleased to
lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to !
take a limited number of pupils for
piano' study, and is especially inter- at Z call the attention of its depositors and I "EXTRA" . . . . . . . one Reel 1
r ;r but I friends and the citizens of Orlando
ested in beginners. Lessons given atpupils'
Y t j to the above statement. The management i
homes if so desired. I ; ) of the Bank feels that this show- t

6-19 tfCall I r ing reflects the conservative, sane and V "CROWDS" attend the Lucerne at every show. Why ? .

up the Keystone Laundry and I progressive methods employed in this I Because we use the "Mutual Program," the standard

give us your washing. This is the .1; financial institution. Strength begets I motion picture service of the United States and Can- .

only fireproof laundry in Orlando. We -I --- confidence, and strength is no where I ada. Everyone knows that means the best
make special rates on family wash displayed better by a bank than in I : i
ing and also do all kinds of cleaning: I United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.IMIOIIIIIMMMMMm. > MmiHMIIIMI 4+++ MHIIIH4

and pressing. All hand work. Phone J I
483. 771w. ... -... .. -:' o..I 0 t!... iI iii "I'III"t"111111111111' .

Mr. L. E. Combs, proprietor of the I irella Corsets :
Daytona Beach Hotel, has secured the umiMIMMMMIIMill* I; Bj Getting Prices on jour -
services of the Crystal Orchestra for ; Brick anti Stone Work !
(Not Sold in Stores) I rBuilding.Phone ;
the summer season, which renders a
number of beautiful selections duringthe j or Write !
Wear a corset made to fit 700. Ask
lunch hour. "There is a place for a demonstration. Call or send postcard Acme Brick and
like home. 7-8 2t toSPIRELLA

I StoneVorks
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a CORSET PARLORS

new hotel; has all modern conven- SOS West St. Cor. South, Orlando, Fla. ; ; MAITLAND, FLORIDA

iences; fronts on Ocean just southof YOUR SEWER MRS. J. VANDUSK1RK. Corsetiere CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop.

ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day HMIMttttttHIHitlliHGifts

_and upwards. Special rates by the -- --------- --
week or month. We make a specialty

of sea food dinners Thursday even CONNECTIONYou

ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf.

FOR SALE to Please

NANCY HALL Sweet Potato vines .
for sale $1.50 per thousand. Bears
Head Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. 6-29-13t
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BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice
suburb in east part of the city. Carl May be safely purchased fromus
Jensen. cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks

FOR SALE-New modern five-room and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which where everythingis
house, centrally located. Apply this .
office. 7-1 d & w tf will be some months hence.

OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con guaranteed
to the Northeast of the city andI F
still have some choice lots there. tracts with you now to make these connections any time
Carl Jensen.

within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
-- for 13 cents per foot.
FOR RENT-Six room house, furnished. Allen & Co.
trally. located.Apply No. 7, Gould street.29-16 Cen Give this work to your home company and we are

here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and
FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
all modern conveniences. Garagefor you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply JEWELERS
615 East street. 5-15 tf with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing

FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur inspector and certified to by him.
nished and unfurnished.
JAMES A. KNOX. Orlando Florida
6-26 tf.FOR ,

HIRE-Nice seven passenger
touring car. Large and roomy.
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. "

Beautiful home and grounds of Mr Our Repair Department at

E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street.Mrs. The F. JOSEPH RAEHN I

Bullock has large holdings i in
j always.
North Georgia and she has decided to your

re-establish her home there so will
Plumbing Co.
rent her home here with the privilege j Heating

j I; of purchase to responsible parties.I
Reasonable terms will be given. is I -
I s
Call on C. D. Chadwick for this another d'1' I MMMIMtiMMMMMtMIMMItHMMHMIItMlllimTHE
till 11111 III 11111 III III III III 11111 III III
desirable properties. No. 407\ I
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South Orange aveune. Opposite the
High School Building. Jul3 tI.1 I I AUXILIARY SALE

Six dollars a week and up. No. 308' ,
WANTED i The children belonging to the Junior
West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- I The regular monthly meeting of the!. Auxiliary of the Episcopal church

WANTED-Second hand four-pass- Ewan, proprietress. 6.121 mo.j I j i U. D. C. will be held Thursday after- will have a sale at the Chapter House Cleanliness Of Quality

dition.enger Address Ford. Must"0. K.be"in Sentinel good con-Of- AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE i, noon at 3:30 at the residence of Dr. I on Saturday afternoon, July 12th of

fice. ---- -:--:--- ---- I Person. : ice cream, cake and candy.
Those wishing to make trips for : All members are urged to be pres FRESH AND SALT MEATS

WANTED-To rent several unfur- Business or pleasure, should see m. j jfor ent as business of the greatest importance NOTICE
nished rooms in desirable I ----- ---
location. FISH AND GAMEr
Address M. H. E., Box 593, Orlando. prices. Prompt service guaran :j 1 i i is to be transacted. Register and pay your poll tax no
teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla. '
7-8 6t By order of the President.
''I and be ready to cast your ballot for Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Phone, 360. 5-29 tf' 2t Ethelyn Overstreet, Sec
Commission Form of Government
WANTED-Lady of refinement to
occupy room. Principally for com- GRAIN AND FEED STORE DAYTONA: BEACH HOTEL UNDER Saturday, July 12th, is the last day ;Everything screened away from the flies,'and kept fresh
pany. No rent. Apply 6 E. Concord -- ---- -- ---- 1! NEW MANAGEMENTWe you have to attend to this matter. and
Ave., 8-3t Geo Chick has opened'a grain and i pure.
feed store on Boone street, between I BARGAIN IN A PRESS
WANTED-Position as salesman or Church and South street, where he serve an abundance of choicesea Ii We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
foods and the best of western
Twenty years experiencein is prepared to serve the public with Two revolution, seven-column quarto everything in the Meat Line.
business and have held responsible ; meats. Only experienced help en- .
Campbell Does work.A
positions. Best of references. Ad- everything in the feed line. He respectfully -:ployed this insures prompt and efficient press. good
dress W. L. D., care Sentinel office. solicits a portion of your bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando
service. Our rates
7.61w. I trade. 6-27-lm I: able; ask your home friends are reason who Fla. i The PARLOR MARKET

LOST AND FOUND EVERY BODY'S DOING IT i i have stopped with us. "Thera is A JOB PRINTINGOur -I
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I place like home..
LOST-Black silk watch fob with Automobiling, we are open for dates ; job department is equipped 1
locket I : 7-8 2t L E. COMBS, Prop. H. M. Self & Co.J820
gold with
diamond. Locket picnic parties, or a crowd for an | with up-to-date faces of type, modern .
contains picture of
lady and two chil- I
dren. Return to E. H. Gore and re- evening drive. Call 360 or ask for<; SUFFRAGE LEAGUE machinery and competent workmen,
ceive reward. 7.4 tf C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 513tfPay and prepared to turn out beautiful 1 PINE STREET
I The regular meeting of the Equali and artistic work. Estimates fur

LOST-Somewhere on the streetsof your poll tax before Saturday, Suffrage League will be held Wed- nished and satisfaction guaranteed.Shanibarger's .
Orlando dollar, a bill pocket book contain- July 12th, if you want to vote in the i inesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Phone No. 80HIMMIIIHMIIIIIMIMIIMIMIHIItltlMltlllllll
ing a five ,some small change -- --
P. and one cent stamp. Finder return election on Commission Form of Gov-j I'I home of Mrs. Victor Starbuck, 805 for bicycles and
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I to Sentinel office and receive reward. ernment. South Main street Sundries. tf I


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C. President.
I for county purposes, to meet the cur I II

T. Pfcton Wallow, Vk J>r& 8. Waten How.. Caikkr I rent expenses of the county, including -
{ Howard C. Babcock Au't Cuhler Samuel A.Newell.Au't CaakUr I county expenses, criminal prosecutions -
I and bridges, for the current
year shall be $-- it is ordered .

THESTATE that a tax of five mills on the dollarbe

levied upon all real and personal

property for that purpose. I

Whereas, It has been ascertainedand j

BANK determined by the Board of;:

County Commissioners of Orange I 7

County, that the amount of money to
be raised by taxation for road pur- ;|

poses shall be $;it is ordered { .
of Orlando that a levy'of 8 mills on the dollar': DEPOSITS

be levied on all real and personalproperty ':

for that Dec. 24 1912 ____$91,151,96
purpose. I ------------------------------
Whereas, It has been ascertainedand I Jan. 24 1913
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND determined by the Board of j) '

County Commissioners of Orange i iI I Feb 21, 1913 --------------_______________141,171.83

County, that the amount of money to ; Mar. 24, 1913 --_______.____-____________1 49,591.42. .
be raised by taxation for Special Road'':
and Bridge District No. 1 shall bej i Apr. 21, 1913 ---______________________1 5 5 5 0 3. 6 0
The Bank which transacts more business than
$--- it is ordered that a tax': May 21,1913 _________________ ______1 7 7 3 6 6 5 ..
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa of1 mills on the dollar be levied on I
June 24,1913
----------------- $261,099.43During
all real and personal property in that !

district for that purpose. i .
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Whereas, The School Board has re- i the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound quested the County Commissioners of i their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease
to raise tax ofj j
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Orange County a before another official statement to the Comptroller of the
$ and a levy of seven mills i
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis on the dollar for school purposes, and j currency.

reuected in the large amount of deposits. the Board of County Commissioners h[ Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support

finding the request reasonable, it isj I which makes this excellent showing possible.
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 I
ordered that a tax of seven mills on

the dollar be levied upon all real and
personal property for that purpose.
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur X The Comptroller reports the State

millage to be 7% mills distributed as *
follows: General Revenue, 2; State : :

School, 2; Pension 4; State Board of
correspondent banks are located in every part of Health %.

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the The Committee heretofore appointed -

United States. to examine and report upon the .
public road leading from Tangerineto
the Cemetery report as follows:
That the route below described be accepted -

OVIEDO ITEMS ITEMS OF INTEREST surveyed and said and roads opened is :hereby ordered The Peoples National 'Bank | j

Upon motion it was ordered that a
Oviedo, Fla., July 9th.-Misses The Cabinet members have agreedto
deed be executed to J. J. Vining re-
Elida McCulley and Bertha Leinhart pay only $2000 a year rent but in "
"It is a pleasure to serve
conveying an old right of way, des- you.
have returned from -their visit in Washington people can always eke
cribed as follows: Beg. on N line of
Jacksonville.Miss out a meagre income by taking in
SWfc of NETS Sec. 23, Tp. 22 S. R.
Willa Dumas is at home after roomers.
27 E., at a point 470 feet W of NE MMMMMMMMMfl
Palatka and Jacksonville.Mr. >
& trip to IIMIMMMMMiM+|
thereof, S 27 degrees 30
Jos. Linehart, Jr. is in Jack- A seventeen year old boy in Atlantic corner run
minutes, E to section line.
ItltllltlflltiltlllftMMMIItiMttttlttltlMtMHIMIMilMIHIIIIII IIIIIMn
sonville. City saved a man from drowningwith
motion it ordered that
Upon was
Miss Nellie King is a guest at a the assistance of his dog. That
the vines be removed from the wallsof
house party at the beach near St was commendable but in the next
Augustine.Mr. column was an account of another the Court House; subject matter
referred to Chairman and Clerk of YOWELL'SIn
and Mrs. Brannon with Mr. seventeen year old lad who shot and Board. ;
and Mrs. Batz Jones motored over to killed his father. Quite a day's record
motion Tax Assessor Butt
Daytona Beach Sunday and had din. for boys. Upon
ner with Mr. Jones' mother, who has was appointed to represent Orange
County in the matter of ascertainingthe tt
taken a cottage there. There were 433 entries in St. Aug-
assessed valuation of Seminole
Mr. 0. P. Swope has gone on a busi- ustine's contest for a suitable sloganto
ness trip to his old home, Wichita, be used in advertising the city. A County as of 1912, and in this con- I
nection the Commissioners of Semi-
Kansas.A committee selected the best ten and -CST
great number of people went this evening the Chamber of Com- nole County are requested to select a

from Oviedo to Chuluota for the merce will vote which one of the ten person to represent Seminole Countyin I
Fourth, where every one had a most I will be adopted. A ten dollar prize this matter, the same to be done on Kirt W sn ns V Vi1 lu

pleasant Sanford day.while A small several number cars wentto full I goes to the author. or The before reports July of 20th the, following 1913.! county I in aa s

officers received, read and filed
were :
went over to Wekiwa Springs.The The pangolin is a small animal of I
ladies who are to form a U. C. the ant eating family and is peculiarin Superintendent County Home; Reportof I

D. Chapter, met with Mrs. B. G. I that it never drinks water nor any Licenses; Polls Collected; April and Poplin Pique Corduroy
May Tax Redemptions Treasurer to ,
Smith Tuesday afternoon.A i other liquid. They ought to importa ; ,

small number of ladies enjoyed a small drove of pangolins to keep in County and and to Bridges State; and SuperintendentRoads Auditor'sFinancial I Linen and Crash Latest

picnic on Lake Charm Tuesday after- the park down at St. Petersburg and

noon. possibly: the erstwhile thirsty citizens Statement. styles both white and colored
Miss Allison has gone north for the might learn the secret. ,
remainder of the summer. BASE BALL

Several cars full went out to Ge- j The English courts are allowing
Orlando vs. Kissimmee.The One Lot White Wash Goods stripe and
neva Tuesday evening to a play given damages against the owners of the ,
by home talent, which was splendid. I Titanic for the loss of life caused by crack ball team of the State
p the awful tragedy. The legal ques- Bank will cross bats with the fast checks from 25 cents to $1.00 per yard
Kissimmee nine today at 3:30 at the ,
SAY "CURE" IS A FAILURE tion hangs upon whether the defend-
ant company did what was reasonably driving park.
Washington, July 9.-Officials of sufficient to give the victims noticeof The Kissimmee boys have been .
the United States Public Health Ser. the conditions, after the accident playing good ball so far this year

vice are of the opinion that the alleged occurred. while this is the first match game of
tuberculosis turtle serum in- i! the season for the Orlando boys, but 1SII'J's

vented by Dr. F. F. Friedmann of Germany [I It has been discovered that the people the fans of Orlando need not be full Line of Suits aUSizes an
and administered to more than I of the United States spend three afraid to come out as their old standby ,
Windham, will be in the box.
100 Americans suffering from tuber- times as much for music as they do
losis is a failure. I for the army and navy, while Ger. Everything indicates that the first

None of the officials seen would '! many, the most music-loving nation game will also be one of the best

permit their names to be used in an Ion earth, spends ten times as much and every one will be sure of their

open assertion that the alleged cure ;t on the army and navy as on music. In money's worth. -

was a "fake" for the reason that it j fl the manufacture of many musical instruments -

will be four weeks before the Public we have surpassed the FIGHT ON FLAMES SUCCEEDSSan
$1,35 and 1.50 Values now $0.98
Health Service has completed its test I world.

of the treatment used by Dr. Fried- I Francisco, July 9-After an all-
mann in the United States. I The London Mail, which is in many night battle with the flames on the $2.00 and 2.50 Values now 1.38

I ways perhaps the greatest news paperin slopes of Mount Tamalpais, 2,000 citi-
WANTS POLICEWOMEN the world, offers a prize of 10,000 zens and 300 men of the United States $3.00 3.50 and 4.00 Values, now 1.95

pounds sterling, ($50,000,00 to the army from the presidio in San Fran. ,

Chicago, July 9.-Mayor Harrisonsent first aviator who shall cross the At- cisco, believed that they had the situa-

to the Council tonight a special lantic ocean in an earoplane flight. tion under control at dawn today.
message requesting appointment of The rules for the contest are to be Back-fires had been started at all H
ten policewomen. These women are made by the Royal Aero Club and the points where the advancing fire N. P. YOWELL
to be part of the regular police force gist of them is as follows: threatened the towns of Mill Valley,

and are to be assigned to bathing The 10,000 pounds is to be awardedto Lockspur or Corte Madera.
beaches, parks and Juvenile Court the aviator who shall first cross

work. The women will wear a uniform '- the Atlantic in an aeroplane in flight IE LA B.RRRESIGXS The Big White Store
and The from in the
star. Mayor says he any point United States, : I
has not yet worked out the designof I Canada, or Newfoundland to any
the uniform, but slashed skirts will point in Great Britain or Ireland in Mexico City, July 9.-The portfolioof ++ + lM , .4fifif4fiMfiflf| ,4 4
I foreign affairs has been offered by __ __ __
not be a feature of the make-up. seventy-two consecutive hours. (The --- -- n ---
Provisional President Huerta to
I flight may be made either way across I erico Gambao, to fill the Fed-I WE NEED A GOOD ONE SOME FENCE \I LIGHT AND AIRY
INVITATIONS ON GOLD the Atlantic.) I II Fan and the world fans with
Francisco de la Barra, who resigned I In Western Australia a rabbit-tight : you
"Intermediate stoppages must onlybe I' (Fret, and you fret alone,
yesterday. Senor Gamboa, formerlywas Burtz, the champion counterof fence has been built, 1200 miles long )
made water and I
St. Petersburg, July .-Society has on only one air- for worldibeginning I II j For the breezes cool. |
sub-secretary foreign affairs.
Florida has out a directory giving said to be the longest in the
craft be used for each ,
may attempt"It i Never seek the fool
here remarkable ,
been surprised by a I '
It is generally expected that he will it'!
Gainesville's population as 10,180. in the temperate regions
is a sad thought but no doubt With and
novelty in invitations issued for the I i a weep a and a
accept counts while others sleep." ends in the tropics. In some places i iI ; rrpn.
golden wedding celebration, of M. Spi- true, and possibly a necessary one in I i
ridinoff, a very wealthy man of Mos the interests of science and naviga- Jesse published a directory for Or-I there will be a stretch of 100 miles j i j! ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY
cow. All of the 200 imitations are on tion that the purse is in reality a FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, lando a few years ago but it had errors without a human habitation. It is ;;, 11 East Pine street will take your
Remington, made Starr
by Piano
cards of pure gold, each weighing bid for several daring aviators to Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, and shortages in.it that persuaded constantly patrolled by mounted,I family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces s
three-quarters of an ounce, and the make their grave in the bottom of the slightly used, good shape in every respect us that some times he sleeps guards to keep it in good condition''; 10 large and 10 small.
words wrought in enamel. dark ocean along with the victims of Will make some reduction for and lets the boys do the counting. If and was built to prevent the hordes i i We have many customers who;!are
are the Titanic and other great and small cash. Music with same. For further he has got to be a sure enough counterhe of rabbits from devastating the region !,I well pleased. Laundry called for'and
information apply to P. 0. Box 114 '
. ;; Subscribe for the SentineL ships that have gone down. Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf might come down and try it again. beyond. delivered. Phone 195. 7-9 tf f 10Louis