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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 11, 1913
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT ;MONDAY

.. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 11TH, 1913. -
I NUMBER 130.


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FINDING OF PORTION OF SALARY PLACES HERSELF UNRESERVEDLY SUFFRAGETTE WIFE OF PROMINENT NICHOLAS '
W. Wlio'l
HUBINGER BOARD[ OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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ENVELOPE BE.\II VICTIM'S IN THE HANDS OF RUSSIA PHYSICIAN FLAMES STILL RAGING ON ll';.
MAKES A DIED
i YESTEI D.Y.. LEFT ESTATE THEIR MEETING TUESDAY
NAME HOPE TO STRENGTHEN AND ASKS EUROPEAN POWERS VOLUNTARY CONFESSION TO TO WIFE WHO FOR MADE APPOINTMENTS FOR TAMALPAIS, THREATEN HALF

DEFENSE'S CONTENTION TO STOP HOSTILITIESSt. TilE POLICE DEPARTMENTi!! FElTS IT IF SHE REMARRIES THE TERM OF 1913-1914. i DOZEN TOW S-FmE EX-

Atlanta, Ga., July 10.-The pay envelope Petersburg, July 10.-Bulgar Liverpool July 10-A dramatic confession New Haven, Conn., July 10.-Xicho- Following is a list of white teachers; 1 TENDS) OVER TEN MILES

which was the quest of Mary has placed herself unreservedly i in of incendiarism was made by i 1 las W. Hubinger, who here from appointed to the various schools of the i i I San Francisco July 10.-Five !'o'-

Phagan's visit to the Xatipnal Pencil 1 the hands of Russia with the view of a well known militant suffragette, (I Madison, Wis., almost came penniless when j county by the Board:: of Public Instruction
Factory on April 26, when she met bringing about a cessation of hostilities .I Mrs.( Edith Rigby, wife of a physician a young man and began making and i I in and for Orange county y. a half dozen little hamlets and towns

her death, has been found. in the Balkans and in orderto at Preston, to the magistrate sittirgi I j I peddling starch in small I at a meeting of the Board held Tues- at the foot of Mount Tamalpais await
a left j
At least enough of the envelope to prevent further bloodshed, accord in the police court here today. I I an estate worth not less than way, ; I! day in the ot ce of County Superintendent ,their' salvation or destruction today,

definitely identify it, is in the hands ing to an announcement made here Mrs. Rigby declared it was she who 000, according to an estimate$1,300-filed' !j j J. F. McKinnon( :, i! while the fire which has swept the

of the authorities. today apparently on good authority last Tuesday burned down the counI j i j yesterday when his will was offered'j I Orange) County :: 'mountain for three days is reaching

The upper corner of the pay envel ; I try residence at Rivington, near Hor- j for probate. The fortune was I Orlando-W. S. Coleman, principal; 'toward the plains and vineyards to the
the of the victim Bulgarians Retreat. accum- Misses Eunice Delaney Mollie Hay, 'north, and the flair Woods
ope, bearing name wich, Lancashire, of Sir William I!. j ulated in the manufacture of starch I National
Belgrade Servia j Anna Merryman, Bessie Furen Bessie ; Park on the south.
of the sensational murder 'mystery,I July 10.The Lever causing damage estimated at here and in Keokuk, Ia. -
was found on the first floor of the factory Bulgarian troops continue to retire, $100,000. I I Minor, Bernice Smith, Mary Bran Every available soldier from the
I By the
terms of the
will Mrs. Hub-
detectives three closely the ]ham, Mrs. W. G. Johnson, )Irs."iolet i 'San Francisco Presidio
pursued
by Pinkerton I by Servians, ac She further confessed to being the roger has the use of the estate I j' and Fort Win.
as long
of the cording to official i iI ]Brady, Misses Jewell Womble Grace : 1 field Scott this side
weeks after the commission reports received perpetrator of the outrage at the Liverpool as she lives and does not on of the bay, and

crime. I(I here. The Bulgarians retreating from i Stock Exchange on July 5,I her death or marriage the remarry.property On 'I(' ]Holt, Mamie Binns, Hannah Peter, i j! Forts Baker and Barry across the

While attorneys for the defense and Istip had intended to occupy Rado- when a bomb exploded, but caused little goes to their five children, who ;Laura Chittenden, Myrtle Mason1Thomas !' Golden Gate, is fighting the fire

the prosecution have known of the find vitch, an important town some milesto i I damage. I time receive mean Abernethy, Minnie Groves, I 'side by side with civilians and sailors
an income of
for weeks, the fact only became public the east, but the Servian cavalry Mrs. Rigby surrendered voluntarilyto i year. $2,500 a I j Eva McQuarters, Jennie Baas, Iar yfrom, the United States war vessels.

Wednesday. drove them out of this strategic position I the police. When arraigned today Mr. Hubinger I Young. .. Probably 6,000 men are on the fire
of
was one the
of the yesterday. The Bulgarians fled I Apopka-J. C. Nixon, principal 'lines seeking to beat back
The corner pay envelope was she glorified in her achievements, best known horsemen ; or wear
saying in the
found on the first floor of the factory, precipitately, leaving their dead and I I I she wanted Sir William to consider ills I stable including at country,I Misses Martha King, Mattie Chapman :, 'down a blaze which broke out with in-

behind a radiator, about 15 feet from wounded on the field and throwing I 1 I whether his house was more valuable I another such speedy trotters one as time John or I Mrs. A. S. Hickson, Miss Laura 'creasing fury late yesterday and exj

the stairway and about 8 feet from away rifles, amunition and food. as a show place than_ as a beacon Nolan, Frank Agan, Pearl Onward Lewter. i j tended early this morning over a ten-

the place, where James Conley, the I I: lighted for the King and the country -and I Nutbearer. On the Grand Circuit Oakland-J. A. Osteen, principal; :; mile sweep.

negro sweeper, says he sat for more Greek Navy Wins I to see woman suffering an insupportable 1.1 i I he was noted as a plunger. He quit Misses Eva Taylor, Florence Moore, !! Capt. Charles P. Plunkett, com-

than an hour on the day of the Athens, Greece, July 10.A Greek I grievance. "I lighted that i racing in 1899 when the reform ele- Mrs. G. Hammond, Misses Eula Ilai z mantling:; the cruiser South Dakota

tragedy. ; naval force today occupied the seaport I beacon. I also placed the explosivesin ment succeeded in closinghistoric lip, Grace Emerson. I marched 600 of his men from the Mill

Apparently the portion of the envelope of Kavala on the Aegean Sea, hitherto I the Liverpool Stock Exchange toj[ Charter Oak Park. Winter Park-Mrs. Ora Lay ton, Valley station up the border of the

containing the girl's pitiful I in the hands of the Bulgarians show how easy it is to procure them I principal; Misses Xannie Harris, Elizabeth 'I fire in Cascade Canyon early today,

wage, was carried away. The upper The valley of Strumitza has also been I and to place them in public buildings.I : :;[ Welch, Alice Whitner. took a look at the fire, and marched

portion could naturally have been torn, J taken possession of by Greek troops. might just as easily have blown u 3ELKS' PARADE DRAWS BIGP I Ocoee-A. W. Wilder, principal; I back again. Capt. Plunkett said: "It

off and thrown away by the girl or I the Nelson monument. I Misses Leonora Arnette, Katherine would take all the people in Califor-

anyone else, who wanted to reach the UEATII BAFFLES POLICE j, She was remanded for further hear- Rochester, N. Y., July lO.-Elks I Dickson. nia to put out that fire. Let it burn
jI from nearby towns and cities in the Pine Castle
Misses !
I Frances May,jout. I have
money. ing. Mrs. Edith Rigby has been a I' expert gun pointer
But at the same time it is possiblethat Wilkesbarre, Pa., July lO.-Every member of the Woman's Social and State poured into Rochester early this I Ruby Wilkins, Belle Hawkins. f among my men, worth $25,000 apiece

the murderer, .not wishing to effort is being made by the local authorities I Political Union the political suffragette morning for the big spectacular day Conway-;Maurice Ditter, principal; j jto the government. I am not goingto

have the incriminating evidence on his and the State constabulary! organization, for of the forty-ninth annual grand lodge i Miss Ethel Hickson. risk their lives."
many ,
years ; reunion of the order. A Lockhart
person, threw away the only part of to clear the mystery surrounding the and has taken a great part in public parade ofj i' -:Mrs. Ethel Stevens, principal -

the envelope, which could be identified death of Alice Crispell, the 18-'ear-1 minuments to promote the welfare of> I marching clubs, patriots and bands 'I ; Miss Effie Hansel. UNDER CONTROL
was scheduled with
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competitive drills Union
and kept the blank paper. old girl, whose body was i women. She has been imprisoned five (Christmas)-Miss Agnes I
I I for prizes and band
concerts in Genes- Clark
It is said that the finding of the envelope Harvey's Lake on last Monday. Near-I j times in connection with the suffragei ['see Valley Park. Tonight Rochester, der. principal; Miss Gladys Magru-' 1'Special to the Sentinel

will prove an assistance to the Ily half a hundred witnesses have been i movement and was on several !! San Francisco
occasions I July 10.-Fire
J wilt! contribute her share of the Maitland which
Miss: Alice '
May Oliver.
spec-j
defense of Leo M. Frank, rather than, summoned to at the ] released
appear inquest to owing to the breakdown I tacular features when the } has been raging on Mount Tamalpaissince
to the State, for the simple reason be held tonight in the hotel near I of her health after hunger strikes. I city's annual I Fairview-JIrs. A. S. Beyer. last Monday, is believed
water carnival will take Beulah tonight
Miss
placeon Florence
Bellows.
I
that it found the where the <
was so near spot body was recovered. Searchis to be under control.
the upper Genessee River, followedby Gotha-Miss Lucy Harris. Shortly after
where Conley was sitting. still being conducted for possible j sundown
stiff
SUMMER i a wind that had been
CAPITAL
NEWSSpecial a grand pyrotechnical
display. Tangerine Miss
Nellie i.i
In the several portions of the ne- rival suitors who may have attackedthe King. blowing the
The business session of the Grand Zellwood-E. W. i during greater portion of
gro's various confessions of complicity girl after her sweetheart I Fly, principal; !
Her-
I I the day, died down
to the Sentinel Lodge this afternoon opened with Miss Rachel 1 !! and five thousand
which have been made public, he has bert Johns, left her on the night of|' Cornish, N. IL, July 10.-For the session of sorrow in memory of Chas.a .I Clarcona-Miss Phillips.Olive Taylor. ':fire fighters who have worked inces-

never made any mention of the en- July 4. : first time since his arrival, official bus- J I C.jness Schmidt, a member of the board I Boggy Creek-Miss Edith 'j'santly since Tuesday, were able to

velope or of the purse of the dead girl,I Johns, who was taken into custodyshortly m claimed the attention of President |lof grand trustees, who died last Oc- I Bronson-Miss Edith Corton.Belknap. I make rapid headway in extinguishing

which, it is said, never has been found. after the body was discovered,II Wilson today. The chief ex-jto j i Iron Bridjre-Mrs. Williams. the flames. The exact amount of the

The discovery of the envelope in the continues to protest his innocence, ecutive spent the better part of the The questions of establishing a tuberculosis I 'indemereliss Huth Pan ing'. i( damage| done by the fire will not be

particular spot where it is said to I His attorney was in conference with I afternoon in going over known for several days. Many parts
a large home and granting a char Spring Head-M. L Ivey. !
have been found, is practically certainto I the district attorney until a late hour amount of official i jof the mountain are still inaccessible
correspondence. ter to a Honolulu lodge remained to Barton Lake-Miss Genevieve Ivey. |
be used by Frank's attorneys, Reuben last night, but the result of the interview -I. brought him from Washington by one be settled. Ivey-Miss Lucile Johnson. 'on account of the blazing copporal.

R. Arnold and Luther Z. Rosser, was not made public. of the White House messengers. Mostof Cypress Creek Miss j Unless the wind springs up again

in the defense of the trial of Frank. Widely varying theories are being'I the correspendence related to the Myrtie Bean. during the night it is believed that the
TARIFF Little Creek Miss Ethel Larson.
BILL
IN
Their view on the matter is said to be advanced to account for the girl'sdeath. conference the President HANDS (H'TIIEPRI fire will be entirely under control by
was to hold Orange Center Miss Oleeta Morris
that it tends strongly to incriminatethe Those who believe Johns innocent with the railroad TEU I tomorrow morning.
men at the White : Canadas-Miss Stella Harris.
negro and exculpate Frank as the assert that another man may House ; I -
on The
Monday. remainderwas Special to the Wekiwa Miss Lena
SentinelWashington
real slayer of Mary Phagan. have killed the girl, or that she was official I Murray.
routine.
I The President July 10.-After an all 1 Seminole County WANTS TOBACCO STATISTICS.
seized with a fainting spell and fell
I spent the morning on the Dartmouth day session, devoted by the Finance Sanford-J. X. Perkins, principal;
FLYING BOATS STILL IN RACE into the lake accidentally.
I College golf links. Took motor ride Committee to the review of the official Misses Clara Guild, A. M. Tetherly, Washington, I). C., July 10.-Senator

with his family late this afternoon. draft of the tariff bill, it was sent to Lillian Gibson, Mr. J. R. Wildman I, Hitchcock, of Nebraska, today introduced

Chicago, July 10.-Two more flyin FIFTY CENTS .WEEK FOR FOOD I I the government printing office tonight.The Miss Flora Walker, Mesdames Gen o. a resolution calling upon the
boats due to under
were today
get way HELD FOR MURDER OFHUSBAND bill as revised and perfected i B. Dickinson, C. L. Polk, E. N. Luke, Secretary of the Treasury for statistics

in the hazardous cruise from I Ithaca, N. Y., July 10.-The record caucus; will be reported to the Senate Misses Nellie Furen, Carrie Ensmin- showing the pound productionof

Chicago to Detroit, which began Tues in low cost of living which a Cornell I New Haven, Conn.,., July 10.-The when it meets tomorrow. Chairman ger, Xita Moore, Clara Millen, Edith] tobacco in the United States and

day. Glenn L. Martin, of Los Angeles freshman set by living on 85 cents a i I I: coroner today held James Plew, of Simmons will submit his report Monday Stewart, Mrs. E. W. Dunn, )lissesLillie the amount of internal revenuer

whose machine turned a comer week last winter, has been broken byI! Middlebury, and Mrs. Bessie J. Wake- next and the debate will begin Farnsworth, Peachea collected from twenty largest tobacco

sault in the Chicago harbor on Monday Clara S. Leo\\'U s, of Townanda, Pa., ; field, of Bristol, criminally responsible that day. Senator Smoot, who will Ruby Wilson, Charlotte Kates. manufacturers in the last year. The

night, expected to start today, who claims to have lived at the rate 1 for the death of William O. Wake- have charge of the bill for the Republicans and Miss Lillian Waits. Senator wants the information for use

two days behind time. Walter E. of fifty cents a week for her food forI I I field, the woman's husband. He foundjthat said this afternoon that the Longwood-Miss Sarah Crawford. in urging his amendment to the Un

Johnson, of Xew York, who got afar S the last twenty weeks. ". the death wounds were inflictedb reported measure would reach the Altamonte Springs-Miss Estelle derwood-Simmons tariff bill providinga

as Robertsdale, Ind., when the She is a student of the violin at the [I I } Plew, and that firs Wakefield wasan President September first near which I graduated income tax on tobacco
magneto failed him, has his aero Ithaca Conservatory. Her daily j date .
he
menu production.
I accessory to the commission of the hoped Congress would at 1-
yacht in perfect condition, and plan 1-u jis I a cup of tea, two slices of bread I crime. Wakefield's body was found i ia'a in journ. Smoot stated the Republicanswill AMERICANS WINHyer.

ned to launch her again on Lake Michigan with peanut butter and a cup of I strip of woods in Cheshire on June I use no dilatory measures against I i FIFTY THOUSAND BULGARIANS

today. Beckwith Havens, of for breakfast ,one boiled potato with the bill Special to the Sentinel
28th. He had been shot and stabbedand but will allow it to become a SURRENDER
Fishkill, was to leave Mactawa Bay dairy butter and two slices of bread strangled, the coroner says. Plew law and responsibility for the legislation imNottingham, July 10.-The United

this morning. He is the only pilotin with peanut butter for dinner. As an and Mrs. Wakefield were arrested, will rest upon the Democratic. States defeated Germany in the first Special to The Sentinel
the hydro-plane fleet, who has occasional treat she has l two of semi-final
on Sundays I( The woman confessed that she had rounds of play for London, July 10.-Dispatches fronr
maintained the schedule. His firststop had a few tomatoes and occasionally : the Dwight F. Davis internationaltrophy
i plotted with Plew to Wakefield Athens tonight
I get CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR states that uniform
CONVENTION
today was to be at Lake Har an egg, but all within the $10 limit fo I today when Maurice E. ll
rlout of the c'
that
so from the front
bor. way they might I I reports states that the
twenty weeks. live together Cloughlin, of California, defeated Ot-; i I Bulgarian Commander
Roy M. Francis, of San Francisco, Miss Leowus is five feet tall and t to Freitzheim and R. Xorris Williams, i I General ivanoff -
Special to The Sentinel | has'surrendered wih fifty thousand
who started a day later than Havens, eighs 115 pounds and is in the best of Philadelphia, defeated Oscar Kreul-l' -
BASEBALL RESULTS IX THE BIG Los Angeles, July 10.Ten thousand men near Demir Kissarsof.
is South Haven
at receiving
congratulations of health despite her restricted fare. } ser. Canada, won the first two single i
LEAGUES delegates, representing near ) [ Official dispatches received in Ath-
at his from death last
escape She won a scholarship in the conservaf a- : matches from Belgium at
every part of the Christian world, settled ens early today stated that Ivanoff
night, when his machine struck a ha
ftory and although she might have re-' f'Olkstown'I'
I
Special to The Sentinel down has
to stern business of the been surrounded by a large
submerged log, shattering the
propel.cler. assistance from her parents,; THINK FIVE MEN
NationalPhiladelphia Twent '-sixth force of
Another is on the way, and he I,Is,I she has preferred to educate herself I Biennial Christian Endeavor : CAVE-IN Greeks.
2; Pittsburg, 3, convention in session here.
to get started late this afte
hoped without
any help. Boston, 3; St..Louis, 1. ,I From sun rise till late at night the I II'I AUBREY BOUCICAULT DEAD
noon.
New York, 2; Chicago, 3. cause of the Endeavors pushed forward Newark, X. J., July 10.-Five men:

JAPANESE STATESMAN DEAD : Brooklyn, 5; Cincinnati, 10. ending with a monster meeting are believed to be buried under a New York
MISS GIVEEN RELEASED July 10.-Aubrey Bouci-
cave-in of sand today in excavation
American at Fiesta Park an
I Tokio, July 10.-Count Tadasu Hay-] :' Chicago, 1; New York, 2. Willis Baer, presided.At tonight. at which John being made for a new theatre here. I cault, actor and playwright, died of
London, July 10.-Miss Clara Elizabeth ashi, of the : One pneumonia today at the New York
one leading statesmen of Cleveland, 4; Philadelphia, 1. the night man was taken out alive Fire-
meeting, President
Giveen, who with Kitty Marion,I Japan, died today at the age of ti 3,1 I!' Detroit, 4; Washington, 2. Francis E. Clark, D. D., L. L. D. President men were summoned to the rescue. I,for Hospital. He Mr.had been in poor health
was sentenced on July 3 to three years after I years. Boucicault: was a son
a surgical
operation made necessary St. Louis, 2; Boston, 6. of the United Society of Christian i I
penal servitude for setting fire to the j by injuries he sustained in a jinrikisha j, Southern Endeavor delivered McCOMBS IMPROVING of Dion Boucicault, a well known Eng-
an address on | lish actor, and was born in London inc
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stands on Hurst Park race course, was accident.
Birmingham
3; Memphis, 2. "Christian Endeavor an Exponent of Paris, July 10.-William F. M 1868. He came to this country' in
released in rilie
se -
from prison today a was at time
one minister of fo
Montgomery, 6; Atlanta, 2, all round efficient Christianity." Treasurer
ous condition of health resulting froma eign affairs and later minister Combs, chairman of the Democratic 1890.
of
iNashville I 4; New Orleans, 3. B. X. Lathrop and General se
national committee continues makeexcellent ]
to
"hunger and thirst strike. munications. He had a long diplomatic Carolina I .
retary Williams Shaw, also delivered
career, was a prolific author! Raleigh, 4; Greensboro, 2. addresses. progress toward recovery WEATHER REPORT
Hammocks, Books for and had made from the effects of the operation for --
Croquet and a profound study of| Winston-Salem, 5; Durham, 3.

summer recreation. Curtis & O'Neal. foreign politics and history. j Charlotte, 5; Asheville, 0. Subscribe for the Sentinel I Tuesday.appendicitis performed on him on Saturday.Local showers Friday and probably


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""Trolley assured for St. Augustine"says GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA
a head line. In the past five W. M. SLEMONS .
years, Orlando has had about steen j
"assured trolley lines," but we are!
till walking to our meals unless someOne I Regular DownpourOF .
kindly lends us a seat in an auto

mobile.will be sure We as hope well St.as Augustine's assured. line I, .- Where Do You Buy Your SHOES ? jj ,

M I
There is as much truth as humor I II BARGAINSBy I
in the remark of Governor EberhartOf I{I HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"
Minnesota in his speech before the I Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you. |
old soldiers at Gettysburg, when he I I
said that "New York is a place where I Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $1.00 kind. They are J
the buildings are so high and the! 6r securing your person. known all over the country as one of the best makes, :

streets are so narrow that two rail al needs now, you can make more \Ve sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $L50, $3.00 $3.50 and $tOO X
road presidents cannot meet with out
forming a combination." clear money than by any day's We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. J
We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 X
Jacksonville is to have a new secret work you have ever done Everything Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

organization known as the Knights in our store is being sold We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
and Ladies of Security. From the $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.
sacrifice.Be
of hold-ups, murders, robber- at a I
number Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.Ien's .
ies and general concentrated badness sure and visit our store. It 1
I and Women's Rubber Shoes.
that they have up there,the new lodge
ought to be popular. Wonder if will eventually pay you. Remem I
very TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
a membership secures immunity from
ber lookers are welcomed as politely -
being run down by automobile speeders -
? I as buyers. I
W. M. SLEMONSAn
One sometimes hears the expres-I
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sion, "Revenge is sweet. There I I ,
never was a greater fallacy than this. ." '." II.tlllll'I"lt"'S'ttel'I 'IIIII'IIIICI"
Sweetness and pleasure can only come Brown & Lartigue
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into one's life by doing right and NOTICE TO ADVERTISERSThose
air line "hard road" from Jacksonville riding. Study the map and see what
making others happy. Doing or say- I to Tampa, through Ocala a beautiful sweep of both country and, desiring to make changes in
ing anything to cause a fellow-being Men's and Boys' Outfitters Belleview, Summerfield, Oxford, Wild- direction there is between Jacksonville i' their advertisements must have their
pain or trouble is the very opposite wood, Coleman, Bushnell and on and Tampa via St. Augustine, DeLand|copy in this office not later than noon
of this. There is nothing sweet about i through to destination.-Summerfield Orlando and Kissimmee. I!of each day to insure publication.
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revenge. I 1---_ -------_ ---------_-_ ---- -- --. -. Chronicle. "Air lines" are monotonous. -, SHOP SERVICE-Xo charge for
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sweep oil tires with
filling lamps pumping
Jack London has had his appendix: Scientists have been making microscopic AMERICAN BUILT VESSELS
the of circles that it, The Daily Sentinel. Only'
removed. lIe can write an appendixto I examinations of dust and han curves and poetry :air filtered of water and grease. I W
one of Iris books, and preserve the,found that the dust on two streets Washington, July 9.There were give charm and variety to automobile costs ten cents a week. Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street.BrioRl .
fiymetry. Some books ought to have 1 in the same city is quite different and 1,648 vessels, aggregating 382,30.1tons '1'11"11"1'- "
their appendix and all their chapters!the different cities kick up dust of built in the United States dur-
removed, but such is not the case with'wide varience. Pittsburgh dust is ing the fiscal year ended June 30,
.| metal and charcoal. Lansing according to the Department of Com- TUE[ OAKlANDTHE
Mr. London's literary productions.His largely
I This the construction 1 Brick! 1 Briok! 1
latest book "The Abysmal Brute"i Mich., shows copper, Chicago, of merce.since 1908.was largest !
I
is the story of an educated man who course throws up dust filled with hair
became a prize fighter. It is well up from the big packing houses and stockyards i
in the.list of "best sellers." Milwaukee dust did not show! WEATHER REPORT CAR
any beer dust but it was full of chaff: i iI Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. CEMENT BRICKThese
Lee County is the first county in I and flour. St. Augustine dust was. Yothers, of the Government Experi- THAT EVERYBODY
the state to take advantage of the heavily charged with the coral from mental Station. IS TALKING Brick are better than Clay Brick
new law and levy a special tax to which the streets are made. When For Week Ending July 6th I
promote publicity. If they will use the city council gets all of Orlando's Max Min ABOUTASK and they are cheaper
the money to induce Thomas A. Edison streets paved with vitrified bncK there Monday June 30 C...... 89 73.... I
to remain at his winter home all will not be any dust except what the Tuesday, July 1 PC.... 93 722.41
the year. and build a brick road from citizens kick up in attending! to tm Wednesday PC ........ 92 74 FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE FRANK HYRES
Fort Myers to the wizzard's stopping rapidly growing trade and the development Thursday PC... ....... 94 75
place, they will have publicity to of the city along all lines. Friday PC ............ 92 72 Maker of Artificial Stone
throw at the birds. Don't say Ameri- Saturday PC ........... 93 '4
cans are not Hero Worshippers, for Don't trust to luck. Advertise in the Sunday C ............. 95 731.56C ; MAGRUDER Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.
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for Hotels I C E S Figures for Consumer Using $1.00 Worth of Ice

Butchers Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:

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

Homes Pents} 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


Restaurants PER Total $1,936.00



Hospitals Ice, $1.00 per day for ten years $3,650.00Grocers

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

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GOODS MILLINERY, READY-TO-WEAR, GENTS FURNISHINGS, FURTHER
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POSITIVELY STANDS UNRIVALLED IN THE HISTORY OF ORLANDO. IS NEARING
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MERCHANDISE AND SAVE MONEY. THE SELLING TIME FOR SUMMER
AND THAT A PURCHASER CAN BUY OUR FINEST QUALITY AND UP-TO-DATE COME AND SEE
CLEARANCE.
BEGUN. WE ARE MAKING PRICES FOR A DISTINCT 1
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ALTHOUGH THE TIME FOR WEARING THE GOODS HAS ONLY
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EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS IN PRICES. WE ASK YOU INSTEAD NOT

WE DO NOT WISH TO TAKE UP SPACE HERE IN EULOGIZING OUR MERCHANDISE CATALOGUE.AND IT IS A TRIUMPH OF RARE HONEST SALES REDUCTIONS. 1

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in the New SKIRTS-Ready Made in Pique Serge

LACES-in fancy GINGHAMS-1750 Checks yards, in Regular Plain NIGHT GOWNS-Short-three-quarte San Regular Toy,Value Panama$2.00 Voile,$2.50, ,Whipcord.$4.50,$5.00

ALLOVER Brussels, Baby Irish, Value. Sale Price 8'/2c. long sleeves. $6.00, $7.50. Sale Price $1.50. $198,
1,000 yards in Plain, Stripes, and Extra Regular Value, 65c, 85c, $1.00 $1.25, $3.75:, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00.
Reg. Value 69c, Sale of sales price 49 Checks, Regular Value 12V&C, Sale Specials $1.50. Sale price, 55, 69, 89, 98, $1.10. Men. Soft and Stiff.
Reg.Value 75c, Sale of sales price 55: Price lOc yard.HATS NAPKINS-Table, Good Serviceable. SHIRTS-For
Colors.
White and
Value, 75c, $1.00,
Per dozen Regular
Regular Value $1.00 Sale of sales..79c Trimmed and Untrimmed at $1.50, $2.00. Sale Price 69c, 89c, $1.10. Regular Value, 50c, 65c, 75c $1.00,
Sale Price, 43c, 50c, 63c,
Reg. Price $1.25 Sale of sales..89c Half Price. $1.40. $1.25 $1.50.

Reg. Val. $1.50, Sale of sales price 98< $2.50. $2.00 for $1.00, up to $5.00 for IN NOTIONS-All at 23 per cent off Re 89c, 98c, $1.10.SIIEETING .
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ular prices. Nine quarters Regular Value 35c, Sale

BOYS WASH Value for.SUITS-All........Sizes$ .89! HOUSE Regular DRESSES-Value, $1.00, $1.10, $1.25, 27'/2C. Ten quarters. Regular Value <
$1.25 Value for ......... .98 $1.50. Sale Price,83c: 98c, $1.05: $1.1 SHOES" [ -For Men 37c, Sale 30c.TOWELSCotton.
$1.50 Value for .. .... ......... 1.10 10, 15: 2c; BOOTS JD J\ D OVERALLS for Every Trade i in
$1.85 value for ..... .... ...... 1.3iBLEACHING ;) HOSE SUPPORTERS-At Drill and the New .
THE FAMOUS"EIFFEL" HOSE- Poplin. lOc, 12c, 15c,
8c Value for...6/z c lOc, 12c, 16c.
......... The hose with a steadfast guarantee Regular Values $1.00, $1.25, $1.5 20c. S Price,8e
lOc Value for ......... 8%c
12&c Value for ..............lOc The hose for all occasions. For Children and Women $1.75. Sale Price,90c, 98c, $1.15, $1.25! TOWELS-Linen
15c Value for.................12c Regular 15c Value for. .. .... ..12 1/2 c TABLE OILCLOTH-In White Black Regular Value 25e, 35c, 50c. Sale
Regular 25c Value for.. .... .20c and colors. Price 18c, 29c, 43c.
and Men.
BELTS Regular for Value Boys 35c 50c 75c,$1.00 Regular 35c Value for'.. ........29c Regular Value, 25c, 35c, 50c. Sale TABLE LINEN-Pure Linen
Sale Price 29c, 43c, 62c, 8:>c. Regular 50c Value for... ... . .He. PAIRS PATENTS, TWO STRAP SANDALS Price, 19c. 29c, 43c. Regular Value 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Regular $1.00 Value for.. ..89CHILDREN'S 100 BUTTON BOOTS, OXFORDS, $1.50.$1.10. Sale Price 28c, 43c, 63c; 89c,

"Warner's" Make. HOSE-Regular Value, ETC. In almost all sizes. SLIPS-In Fine Can TABLE LIXEX- Iercerized
CORSETS Value 50. 59, 75, $1.00, 15c 25c, 35c. Sale Price 12/z, 20, 29 Values, $1.35, to $1.50. "Sale of Sales' PRINCESS sizes. Regular Value, 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c. Sale
Regular
43c, 50c 63c, 8:>c. 150 Pairs Imported Lisle Lace Hose- Regular Value, $1.00, $1.2; Price 28c, 43c. 50c, 60c.
All Sizes-in Black, White and Tan, Price, 98c. $1.50,$2.00. Sale Price,89c,93c, $1.20 i :
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES in Regular 50c, 75c<<, Sale Price, 31c. 165.: TICKIXG-
white and colors, Sizes 6 mos. to 14 Regular Value 12c c, 15c, 20c. Sale
WOMEN
years. Dainty Lace and FOR MEN AND PILLOW SLIPS Price lOc, 12ftc, 15c.TTNION .

Reg. Values 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, JABOTS 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, PAIRS-INCLUDING LADIES BUTTON Regular Value, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50.
$1.50. Sale Price 45c, 53c; 63c, 89c, 150 PATENTS, KIDS, TAN KIDS AND Sale Price, 12/2c, lie, 20c, 27c, 43c. SUITS-"Comfy Cuts"
98c, $1.15.CHEMISESAll. Sale Price 19c, 29c, 39c, 59c
and I I Regular Value 50c, for 45e.
HIGH AND LOW SHOES AND IS-Ien's, in all Wool
Sizes-New Designs IUMPERS-For .Men-All Sizes ii CALFS IN UNION SUITS-Tight Knee
Worsteds.
Regular Value $1.00 for ... ..... 89c Kahki Drill, Denim and Duck. PUMPS. Regular Value, $1.50, $2.50, $4.0((, Regular Value 25c, for 19c.

Regular Value $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, Sale Regular Values, $3.00 to $4.00. "Sale of Sales $5.00, $6.00. Sale Price, $1.20, $1.95, UNION SUITS FOR MEN-In "B.
-White Lace and Em. Price 89c, 98c, $1.20. $2.98, $3.73 $4.50.I'ANTSMen's V. D." and Torosknit"
DRESSES -Sizes 34 to 44. With Price, $1.98. Working Regular Value, $1.00 suit, Sale Price, =r
Madras and Balkan I Dainty Crepe, Rip S9c Suit. iUMBRELLASPlain
KIMONOS Persian Lawns Regular Value, $1.00, $1.25, $1.5,
effects. WOMEN and Gold
[ FOR MEN AND Fancy
Reg. Value $4.50, $5.50. $6.50, $7.50 Designs and Color $1.75. Sale Price, 93e, 98c, $1.20, $1.3. Mounted

Sale Price ..$3.00, $4.25, $5.00 $5.75 ngs. Regular Value $1.00, $1.10,, PAIRS INCLUDES "SOROSIS" "QUEENQUALITY" PARASOLS-$1.75 to $5.50, 25 percent : Regular Value. $1.00, $1.25. $1.50,
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Sale Price 85c,93c, $1.03
and Closed $51.25, $1.50. 150 AND "BANNISTER'S" In discountQUEEN 52.00, $2.50, $4.00, $5.00. Sale Price 4
DRAWERS, Open $il.20 39c,98c,$1.10,$1.50,$1.98,$2.75,$3.75
Children's lOc, loc, and 20c. KNICKERBOCKERS For Boys,, Patents, Tans and Gun Metals, in High and Low
Women's 35c, 50c, and 75c. from 5 years to 17 years. Regular SHOES-W<
Value 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. $1.50, Shoes and Pumps. QUALITY Ladies
Fine Check. 230; yards. and
Regular DIMITY,Value 15c. Sale price...lOc $2.00.! Sale Price, 43c, 60c, 85c, 98c, Regular Values $3.50, to $6.00. "Sale of Sales". and Sole representative Agents range carry VESTS-For Regular and lOc"Stay 12c On., "25c..
$1.15, $1.50._ make. "Sei
rice $2.35.V of this famous Sterling
Sale Price, 8c. lOc, 20c
with reference to these.
Special ad
EXS-Irish-Natnral Colors. TESTS-For Children
l i ; ; E 2,000 widths.. yards All Patterns at 10e yard. All 50c. Sale 19c. 25c, 29c, 34e, 43c.'ABLE HOT QUILTS-White and Colors in HoneyComb 'rice 12 ftc, 17c, 20c.

[ LINEN-Double Width. MEN'S STRAW HATS Marcella, etc.
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS legular Values 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c, Regular Values, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Lawn and Cambric
Regular Val. 59c,69c,75c,$1.00,$1.25 $.1.00, $1.50. Sale Price, 29c, 43c, 50c, ALL WE HAVE LEFT-And we have a few, and 51.75, $2.00. Sale Price,89c, 98c, $1.10 WAISTS host toChoose
Sale Price 43c,55c,60c, ..85,.. 98 60e, 89c, $1.20. eYer; )' head can be fitted. $51.35, $1.50.

EMBROIDERED DRESSES-In the AXONS and LINENES A $2.00 Hat for $1.00. A $3.00 Hat for $1.50. Regular Value 65c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
of this Season's Cre- Regular Value, lOc,12'jc,15c c 20c, 25 -For Children in Ging Sale Price, SOc, 89c, 98c, $1.10.
PRICEODDMENTS
HALF
Newest
ations-Regular Styles $3.50, $4.50, $5.50, Sale! Price 8c, lOc, 12c, loc, 20c. JUST ROMPERS up to and eight Ripplette years. in WAISTS-Silk, in China, Taffeta and
)lessaline.
$6.50, 7.50. Sale Price $2.98, $3.23, BLOUSES-In Sailor and I I Regular Value, 50c, 60c, 75c Sale'rice
MIDDY IN MEN'S SUITS AND PANTSIN 43c, 53c, 60c. Regular Value, $2.50. $3.00, $3.50,
$4.25, $5.00 $3.75.FLAOXSIn Styles.
$3.75. Sale Price $1.93, $2.49, $2.98,
$1.00, $1.26, and $1.50r TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS LAIN COATS-"Rubberized in Fine 300.

98c $ for_.__ __$10.00 talian Cloth. White
Suits $20.00 ASH SUITS For Children in
} Plain and Fancy IOSQUITO NETTING-White and iuits $15.00 for_. 7.50 Regular Value, $5.00, for $3.75. and Colors, from two to eight years.

:, ,, 15; 18c, 20c, 25c Colors, 12%c quality for lOc. for___ _____ 7.00 LIBBER SNEAKERS -For Men and Regular Value, 90c, $1.00, $1.2, $1.50,
i 12Kzc, lie, 15c, 20c IOSQUITO BARS .$1.39 up. Suits $14.00 ___ 5.00'ants joys. All sizes up to No. 2. 59c. $2.00. Sale Price 80c, 83c, 98c, $1.20,
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for
iuits $10.00 'rom 2\'z up, 75c $1.50.
FLANNELS-Outing and Canton. )EN'S I SHIRTS-Whites and Colors $1.75 for______ _______$ .8$
Reg.Value lOc, 12c,15cc. Sale Price Soft and Stiff. Regular Value,50c,65c .__ 1.00 10 cent off all plain
_
'ants $2.00 for per
7Kjc, lOc, 12tfc.FLANNELS 75e,$1.00,$1.25,$1.50. Sale Price,43c, for_.____ _____ 1.25'ants SILKS, Blacks and Colors. WIDE CHECK DIMITY
;)9c, 63c. 89c 9Sc, $1.10. 'ants $2.50 Hemmed and stitched YARD Cloth)
All Wool-Welch) $4.00 for_.____ ___ 2.00'ants 15c value,
)EN'S I WHITE DUCK PANTS legular Value, 50c, 65c, 85c, each. yards Regular
Regular Value, 35c, 40c, 50c. Sale Best Value, $2.00, and $2.50. Sale $5.00 for_____ ________ 2.50 Sale! Price, 43c, 59c, 69c each. Sale Price hOc, yard.THIS .
Price, 29c, 32J'jC, 40c. rice, $1.00 and $1.25.

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IS SOMETHING WORTh MAKING A NOT Of SALE PRICES. ALL OUR GOODS ARE MARKED I ORTHE ORIGINAL PLAIN FIGURES. OUR CUSTO-


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




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South Florida: Sentinel The Orlando Sentinel thinks 'The do not mean by the caption to roads in the county. Every good ,
Tribune was "premature" in suggesting this editorial to dictate in any way to citizen of the county should heartily,
WEEKLY
MORNING AND the fitness of Hon; Frank L. Judge J. M. Cheney, in a resolution, and enthusiastically advocate the
E JTorida' tt'.iat as Second he--Class poet Mail office Matter.at Orlando, Mayes, of Pensacola, as a candidatefor which we understand he is preparingfor measure. w asli all r Po1li Ii IiYour !

'- Governor. Perhaps we were, so the consideration of the people of o I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES far as the idea of launching a .campaign Orange county, on the matter of good THE REAL JAPANESE SPIRIT
is concerned. But this was not roads, and which he will offer before
THE DAILY SENTINEL The Tribune's idea. We desired mere- the Board of Trade. The country has been much excited car regularly, several times a month, and at same

One Year $5.00 ly to point out a man who could be Judge Cheney is perhaps the most and no little disturbed on account of time have all the joints, bolts, nuts, etc., greased and oiled.It .
Six Months .. . ... ... .. 2.50Three elected and who would make a good public spirited and the best equippedman exaggerated reports, in the public
Months .. ... ... .... 1.25 Governor, and, by so doing, focus a: in the county to talk on mattersof press, of official correspondence between will make your car last longer, and look a great deal
lot of advance attention him, in I public interest. He has not only the
upon better.
Japanese government and We have
fu news carrier in Orlando, 60 teats per a special rate for this service by the
aonth. Daily and Sundar. order that the people of the state conducted large business interests the government of the United States. : :

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found might, in the abundance of time, "size successfully, but he has played a partin As time has passed, war talk and war month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it over.
CO tale in Orlando at Curtis & Neal'a BookStore him up" and determine the quality of the nation's life conspicuously well. i signs have disappeared. We print
and Wright Brothers. his "timber." As Judge in the Federal Courts of I the following because it represents !

will appreciate prompt complaint if The Sentinel gets into the suggesting the United States, the opinions he de- i the thinking of the best type of mindin *
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. game with the mention of Hon. livered, merited, as they did receive,'II' Japan and is calculated to give as-

-Advertising rates will be furnished on ap Braxton Beacham, of that city, as an the commendation of the legal fra- surance to the people of this countryof
plication. eligible candidate for Governor, and ternity of this country. Convincingevery the Japanese feeling towards the
""" THE WEEKLY SENTINEL says some nice things about that one that Judge Cheney is a man United States:

For year, by mail postage paid.$1.0 o, gentleman, all of which The Tribune who would offer no resolution of idle "Japan, like ourselves, has its "jin-
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. heartily echoes and encores. The moment. goes," but it has also a substantial Shop work
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building Tribune's opinion of Mr. Beacham has Having said so much: we wish to residuum of common sense among its
Phone 24 been frequently stated. It regardshim say further: It is our sincerest hope people. The delegation of Japanesewho
- -- --- -- as one of the big men of the state, that the Judge will specify brick for visited Secretary Bryan recently
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor one who is doing much and who will !hard surface for roads in Orange, represented the best conservative In charge of "Gus" Pfenning, who is now back at work,

JULY 11TH 1913. do more toward Florida's advance- which we understand the Judge is
FRIDAY, thought of their nation. One memberof assures you of getting the very best mechanical work
ment to that higher position to whichit thoroughly convinced about himself, the party, Dr. Soyedo, declared it that
ORLANDO TO VOTE is entitled by reason of its superior but has some misgivings about presenting was "a crime for newspapers to print can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as can be
natural advantages. We like Mr. so splendid a thing to the stories"
Orlando is to vote August 5 on a about the possibility of war made.
commission government charter. The Beacham especially because of his county on account of the county's between the two countries. "Trade

proposed charter provides for a com pronounced stand on the subject of I I fondness for straw and clay and sand and peace are what we want," he
,mission to consist of three members, good roads and of his advocacy of roads, also, because the Honorable said. He reviewed the longestablished -
one to be the Mayor. The organization state aid in the building of improved I Braxton Beacham, who ran for Congressman friendship between this republicand *

and operation of the commissionis highways. lie is a man of experience -I at Large on a platformthat Japan, and concluded by saying,
and observation-just the sort oman f included brick roads, was so
to be on approved commission lines, I "Japan regards the United States as
and there is no doubt that the peopleof Florida ought to have for Gov completely snowed under, by Mr. i a country to be looked up to as one
- Orlando will adopt it. Of course, ernor. Claude L'Engle, who didn't stand.foranything. I looks u}. to a teacher."
the city will have to wait until 1915 So, if The Tribune's suggestion of I II I o I. \W. r PHILLIPS & SONS o H

to get its charter adopted by the )Ir.Ja.es: bears no other fruit, it i is There are many. arguments very A young Persian bearing the name
bringing out other suggestions of' convincing brick should be usedin
Legislature, thanks to the failure of : I of Mirva :Mohammed Alt Kahn will
the last Legislature to pass the act gubernatorial timber, out of which'I the building of roads in Florida enter West Point Military Academy.The SUCCESSORS TO
giving municipalities the right to Florida ought to be able to select a I and in Orange county. We shall rest of the students can use his
change their charters without refer real good man by the time of the next I mention only a few of these argil name for a college yell if he provesof S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE

ence to the Legislature.-Tampa Trib election. Mr. Mayes, it is understood,I ments. no use in other ways.
is much disinclined to consider' the First, the two counties in which are +++
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une.When Orlando votes in favor of the proposition of becoming a candidate situated the two cities of Jacksonvilleand ----

new commission charter, as it is like He is wedded to Pensacola, where his Tampa have decided on this ma-

ly to do on August 5th, it will not be interests are, and he has declared that ,terial.
necessary to wait until 1915 as the he would not consider anyappointmentor Second, there is no considerable
late unlamented legislature passed a election which would necessitatehis frost in Florida, and, consequently

special act on :May 23rd, by which the I removal from that city. He may this type of road will never suffer WEDDING GIFTS s
ncv form of government will go }into'etrect change his mind in the course of the from freezing.

as soon as ratified by the people, next year or two, in which event his Third, the best foundation for this
.again. capdidacy would soon assume active road is sand. It can be found in suf-
shape-because there is unmistakable ficient quantities along line of
We say ratified again, because it an any
has already been ratified by them at drift of public sentiment in his road for making the bed.
one regular election called for the direction. Fourth, good drainage is all that is The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,

purpose, but the city council ruled At any rate, we now have Mayes I required in Florida for keeping a Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
that the vote was too small and the and Beacham before the public search brick road perfect.
majority not enough to warrant themin light. Bring on the others!-Tampa As is evidenced by brick roads run- for the wedding-gift seeker.

recognizing the result without another Tribune. ning some seventeen miles out of
election. It is therefore up to Now that sounds good. The Tribune Jacksonville, and is further evidenced These things are so varied in style and price as to give
has come back to its horse by four hundred of brick road
the voters to make so much noise one good sense, yards almost .
limitless choice.
way or the other that the council will and while we have no dispute with our laid in front of the' old Thornton

not be in doubt as to what happened. esteemed contemporary as to the property now owned by Judge Cheney,
o "quality" of :Mr. Mays for gubernatorial in the city of Orlando, and which has From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a

timber, we do insist that the been laid for about four years, and dollar and upward.
REMARKS PERTINENT WHEN NO
Hon. Braxton Beacham is a much finer which has cost the county not one
ELECTION IS ON
"grained" timber and we believe i cent since its putting down, while the
The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
I that the present needs of the State clay road, at either end, and for an
It is not so bad now, but nly few
> a
I will be reflected in the high polish j equal distance, have cost the county the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
years ago it was worth a man's reputation that he would take on better than any j more than the original cost of the
to announce for office in this tained.
other man in Florida. laying of this brick road, in the short
country. It is true that most sensible f-
o I life of the brick paved part of the
people discounted all published COMING SYSTEM I II Your most critical inspection is i invited.
charges against candidates, but even road.Which
leads us to conclude that if
then, the invective had its effect. M Ir. I
Orlando will hold
an election on the Florida as a state, and Orange countyas
Bryce, in his American Commonwealth
proposition of adopting the commission a county, should conclude that they
has made some pertinent observations form of
government during the would never henceforth build anything -
on this phase of American first week in August. Pensacola and in the way of public highways -
political life. lie says, in contrasting St. Petersburg are already trying out except of brick, that the conclusion
England and America in this particular the experiment, if such it may be would be most wise, and that the Te Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
that in
England
"controversyturns called, and other progressive communities state and county would have roads .
on the needs of the ,
country, and
are and
watching thinking. that would last a hundred years with
on the measure which each party puts Unquestionably it is the i
coming system comparatively no cost for their main-
forward; attacks on a ministry are of directing municipal affairs. tenance. |I POST OFFICE
at their public acts instead of Lakeland .
Telegram.The This paper is therefore, uncondition-j
their private characters." o ally for brick roads and it is unconditionally EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
It cannot be denied that in many door te fortune is
open throughSentinel : also for the resolution that i i
parts of the United States this weak!I
ads. Try it and find out. Judge Cheney proposes to offer viz.,
and unwholesome method of attempting .
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spicuous as ever. It is littleness alWays I
and everywhere. 'Tis pitiable:'

that a community cannot recognize) AUTOMOBILE CleanSweepSalei
the merits of a man because he

happens to be rich. Or, rememberingthat
once circumstances were such
that he could not live as he lives in BULLETIN ,

better man circumstances thinks himself,' that above therefore'the the peo- i i i AI
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ple. Or, larger life enabling a man's ii [ [ J

family to live a different life, that i ,
therefore the man's family are snobs j These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is i

Or, because a man has succeeded that j: guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped A
therefore a man must, of necessity, be I
dishonest. I and ready to run. I Continuing Through July 13

These illustrations may not be en aa

tirely'pertinent, but they: serve fairly! 1 1912 20 H. P Roadster Good Condition
:wen to illustrate what we mean, and Free T GIVEN WAY Free ;
what obtains for far too great an extent $400.00 : .
in Florida when candidates an- i j 1
for office. '
Bounce
Men aspiring for public office i To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will

should be clean, honest, purposeful I 1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger $300
be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky
and manlike, but for every conceivable !

charge to be paraded, in the public ;\ ONE 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EXTRA three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the A
prints, that are ungrounded and unimportant -
and calculated to wound TIRE FULLY selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
j EQUIPPED$600 .
the candidate and sting to the quick I SHOCK ABSORBERS

an innocent family, is unworthy, YOURS FOR BUSINESS
senseless, and should be abandoned j I I HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES

everywhere.This YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEED
is said when no election is on SAME AS FACTORY JOB
Marion B. Ives
and no candidates o are offering. a

People who are struggling to make

information ends meet will that be the interested outlook is in favorable th e-I San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS :

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Mr. M. M. Parrish, of Gainesville, WELCOME VISITOR

is in Orlando on business. -
Mr Franklin Sheen sf West Palm
WADE shaking In this issue H. H. Berry advertisesfor SAHTI FLUSH"
THE TUNER Mr. J. M. Williams of Gabriella, Beach was in the city yesterday
horse shoer and the O. K. Bakery -
ORLANDO. FLA.J. was in Orlando yesterday on business. hands with his old time neighbors a
I and looking over the City Beautiful asks people to buy "Milk Shakes." _
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Messrs. H. C. Allen and E. K. Nel- again. In 1889 Mr. Sheen was a resident -
son, of Tampa, are spending today of Orlando and served in the T. H. Barlow, *f Gabriella, has goneto FOR CLEANSING AND KEEPING WATER CLOSET

W. Currie was a Thursday's visitor -!in Orlando.Mr. office of city engineer and also actedas ; Wrightsville, Pa., to visit friends. BOWLS SANITARY AND WHITE AS NEWUMMMMMMMIIMHI
to Chuluota. I assistant to Mr. Fries in doing the :Mr. Barlow has been a hard worker

work in additions.Mr. t and is entitled to a rest.
and Mrs. T. W. Mathews have city's platting
J. Schnarr reports that sulphurousacid returned from a delightful visit to the Sheen said he drove the stakes "
will cure foot rot of citrus trees. seashore.Mr. for setting out the magnificent oaks Misses Maud and Blanche, daughters ;!\ TOILET PAPER
streets, of Col. W. R. Anno, have returned -
than now skirt our prettiest i \ \
; THE BEST IN THE CITY &
Mrs. 0. D. Young and son, Douglas,I J. S. Franz, the well known in 1889. The grand old monarchs of i from St. Augustine, where i

left yesterday to visit their old homein safe man of Jacksonville, is among the forest show today what may be they have been at school for the past MMUMiiitnniiiiiiiMi

Waterloo, Iowa. the guests at the San Juan. accomplished in less than a quarterof year.

a century.Mr. .
the From the Sentinel Files of July, 1888.C. FLOWERS and PLANTSWe
Mrs. Waters Howe returned yester- Mr. D. 0. Goskins, of Withlacoo- Sheen said furthermore that
day from a two weeks visit to rela- chee, is among the out-of-town people Palm and other tropical trees for E. Hart, who, with las family

tives and friends in Tampa. in Orlando today. which Palm Beach are noted, could was poisoned by mushrooms several "
not compare in beauty with the mag- days ago, has entirely recovered and hake a floral garden in connection with our grocery

Miss Anna Estelle Giles returned Mr. J. M. Hewitt, of Leesburg, andJ. nificent Live Oaks of Orlando. He says; he actually feels better than" he and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive .

home yesterday from a visit to rela- G. Spurlin, of Lake Weir, are in I was delighted with the evidences of I;did before the dangerous dose; prompt attention.

tives and friends in Tampa. Orlando today on business. growth and prosperity visible every- -
I C. A. Boone is greatly improving
where and said there was no betteror

Jacob Burkhardt has returned from Miss Ethel Cooper left last night prettier town in the whole south. I, the north west shores, of Lake Lu- J THE SANITARY GROCERY !:(
He has terraced the bank of
a six weeks' business as well as pleasure for Riverton, N. J., on a visit to rel cerne. < -
trip to several northern cities. atives and friends. WINTER PARK WINS the lake and planted it out to Bermuda L CARUTHERS & GORE \
and will drive piles to prer
grass '
I Phone 200 6 & 8I'lne Street.
R. C. Hallock, connected with J. Mr. H. E. Tolar, cashier of the Yesterday afternoon in Collegetown .' vent washing the banks away in the

Schnarr & Co., is spending a few days People's Bank, of Sanford, spent yes the Winter Park team defeated the low places. i '''ttlliUMIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIUIIIHIIMIMIIIIIIIIHSPEAKING

at Winter Haven in the interest of the. terday in Orlando on business.Mr. strong Loughman team in a very exciting -
firm. game by the score of 8 to 6. I The Curtis & Skinner building is OF PEOPLE YOU II .

George Carleton left last night The game was featured by the won completed and has an air of business KNOW I

Miss Ruth Hendricks is expected for England, where he expects to derful pitching of Barze, for Win;I about it this week. The east side of ulf Co

home today from Plant City, where spend a year among relatives and old 3 ter Park, he having seventeen strike the second story is occupied by Cur- The following will be of interest to : Refining .

she has been visiting friends for the friends.Mr. outs and scored a home run in the ; tis, Fletcher & O'Neal, W. II. Jewell Orlando friends of Mrs. Mary J. Neilla i

past week. seventh inning with two men on and Dr. E. J. Baird. J. L. Mairson has well known winter resident of this I : 14H-.
';all the first floor without any doubt city who owns "Rest Cottage" on i i :
John Jenkins, of Sanford, tax bases.
Miss I the store this side of Jack West street. The rich girl dairy maid ,
prettiest
also : I
Mrs J. D. Ross and daughter, collector of Seminole county, was ir Harris for Loughman pitched : Kerosene
Bertha May, mother and sister, ol; Orlando yesterday greeting his many brilliant ball, striking out fifteen sonville. is a grand daughter of Mrs. Neill. :
here from "Miss Dorothy Bateman, who in-!! :
Mrs. W. G. Arthur, are friends.Mr. .
Athens, Ga., on a visit. men.The Winter Park team is trying to HATHAWAY OUT OF P. 0. RACEThat herited half a million dollars from the I I : GasolineLubricating

Wm. Edwards, of Plymouth, a arrange a game with Apopka for next late Ross R. Winans, of Baltimore, ;'
Mrs. E. H. Crux, with her youngest worthy member of the Board of Public Thursday to be played in Orlando,, F. A. Hathaway will succeed just for bringing sunshine into his : 1
the E. 0. Locke as clerk of the United life, has not had her head turned by :
to spenda ir successful will announce
daughter, Alice, left today Instruction, spent yesterday and, if ,
few weeks of this summer weather Orlando. game through the Sentinel. States Southern District of Florida, is 'the windfall. ;'.:, Oils and Greases

visiting friends in Alabama.Mr. ; pretty freely admitted in circles that "She is still milking cows and caring '

Miss Marie Westcott who won the, KISS1MMEE DEFEATS ORLANDOThe seem to know what is going on in the for the chickens on her father's;: Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

and Mrs. B. W. Kingsley, ol; Berman automobile in the contest,, State, politically. farm and assisting in the management'of '
althe I fast team from the shores of Prof. Hathaway has been known as the exclusive Bateman Hotel, where
Ocoee, enjoyed visiting yesterday was down town on Wednesday making I 4444.4
home of Mrs. J. H. Vivk, cornel good use of her car. She had it filled I Lake Tohopekaliga, visited Orlando one of the likeliest candidates for the Winans met her. ;;t
Jackson and South Lake streets. with women and children until some yesterday and when they returned last postmastership in this city,but he prefers "Although she no longer delivers I

of their feet protruded from the! night to Kissimmee carried away theTigers' the clerkship, so it is said, and, milk and farm products to her father's i
the of 8 to 6. close personal friend of JudgeR. select customers, she still runs her i'
Mrs Peter Lawson leaves tonight doors and heads and arms found relief scalp by score ; being a
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the best and of the other appointing automobile to boats and trains on PHONES 12jj{ |
for a visit to her mother, in Man through the windows. The game was one of ever M. Call, big
chester, England. She will sail from played on the local grounds, and the. heads through him, it is said that I II which patrons of the hostlery are ex-1 i

New York on the 16th, on S. S. Cor Frank Guernsey, H. T. Lattner and large number of fans that were in I he has been offered, and will accept,. pected.-Newport, (R. I. Dispatch to1 II Orlando, -- Florida
I attendance, left the grounds well sat the position. I the N. Y. American.
onia. : that
Louis Dolive composed a party for the I
isfied with the game.It I No date has been announced
went down to Tampa yesterday for a
took ten innings to decide which : change, and Judge Call having been BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATIONMEETING I
J. Schnarr & Co., just received a carload sociable game of golf on the Tampa that he
Locke RUMMAGE SALE POSTPONED
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was the strongest of the two. Wind- said to tell Clerk
of power sprayers and are now Country Club links. They were joined
I 'Watkins the battery I him six months, before -
ham and were would give
to make prompt shipmentof ;I in Mr. Ralph Yearby. The
prepared | Tampa by for another man, will be meet The "Associated Charities" committee
I for Orlando and Buzza and Redditl I.asking him to retire There an important
anything in the line of sprayer i golfers returned last night, havingwon
for Kissimmee. i it is presumed that the change will not ing of the re-organized Business I had considered having a rummage
and pumps. every event they entered. They take place for some time, as Mr. Men's Association of Orlando at the sale soon for their charity fund, and
loud in their praises of Tampa's I II i
were LUFF.PALMER Locke this morning stated that he had rooms of the Board of Trade this, some ladies had spoken of having articles

Mrs. H. G. Crowder came up from unstinted hospitality.Miss I I --- I received no intimation from Judge (Friday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.It they would be glad to contributefor

Tampa yesterday and spent several Yesterday afternoon at Windemere I Call that time would be called on him. is hoped one or more represen. this and which they wanted to

hours in Orlando the guest of Mrs. Eunice Ives entertained the occurred a simple but impressive marriage Mr. Locke said that he still holds tatives of every business house in the dispose of before closing their houses

Jas. L. Giles. She left last night for Shakespeare Club Wednesday after the parties being Mr. Harry t to his former declaration that whenever : city will be present as matters of decided I for the summer. At a meeting of the

Savannah.The noon at her home on Gore Avenue. Chandler Luff and Miss Leta Kate I Judge Call is ready to place a importance to all concerned will committee on Wednesday, it was decided -

The reading was Act II of Romeo and Palmer. The ceremony was performed -I!friend in the office, which he has held be brought forward for discussion and I to postpone this sale till the

Gissendaner children, Misses I Juliet. The hostess served the daintiest by Dr. John W. Stagg at the res so long, he is willing to retire and determination.Very middle of October, but to give notice
snow-fancies I
Ruby, Lucille, Callie and little brother of refreshments, idence of the bride's parents on the I will be glad to welcome the new man. much of interest is involvedand that anyone who wished to give articles -

have disposed of their household and cakes, assisted by Mrs. Scruggs beautiful lake at Windemere. Th I -Jacksonville Metropolis.OF much of lasting benefit is hopedto for it now, could leave them at

goods and have gone to live with an and Mrs. Duckworth. The discussion is a young business man of] be insured by this meeting. the Tea Room between 2:15 and 4:15p.

uncle at Ocala I I was on Associated Charities, the mer. groom Cleveland, Ohio; the bride is a grad 1, VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR p. ., any week day of this month, as

its and needs of its applicants. uate of Rollins College and in her simple ADVERTISERSWHO TWENTIETH: CENTURY CLUB I provision will be made for taking care

Misses Hazel Wickerman and Lucy dress was most befittngly adorned of them there until time for the sale.

Godbolt, two attractive young ladies:I Daytona has a new postoffice-new by grace of mind and beauty of per.! WISH TO E AS PROGRESSIVE The members of the Twentieth Cen- :

of Delray, arrived in Orlando last location, new building, new fixtures,I son. Everybody wishes them well. : AND UP-TO-DATE AS tury Club were pleasantly entertained THE BIG SALEAt
and postmaster. Wm. Jackson, I TOWN IS ITSELF- afternoon by Miss Eunice
evening and are the guests of Miss I a new I THE Wednesday Boardman's is without question,
: recently appointed to the office, is one HAVE ENGAGED her home Gore avenue.
WE Ives at on
Shirley Montague, on West street. TilE NEW BAPTIST MINISTERRev. ; being fully appreciated. Each day
of the pioneers of the East Coast!, TIlE SERVICES OF The reading was from the secondact
in the
increase
I shows an appreciable
Starbuck has and many of the old timers can recall Dr. E. T. Poulson arrived ii I:I AN EXPERT AD of Romeo and Juliet, after which when
Mrs L G. recently volume of business. Yesterday,
good turn Bill Jackson die l from BlufftonInd. WRITER marshmallow pudding, punch
purchased a handsome Victrola, and I some the city last night, ,: delicious i one would expect some slight let up,
for them in the early days.-Titusville ., where he was a most effectivE<. handle and cake were served by the hostess.
to
her to
have observed I
her near neighbors : A man thoroughly qualified being a half holiday, buyers were
excellent taste in the selection of rec-I Advocate. and popular preacher. Orlando wel any business ad proposition, a man Those in attendance were Miss Hope be seen crowding the aisles and judging -

ords, most pleasing to hear on a warm comes Dr. Poulson as a man of abilit r competent to bring out all the salient, Starbuck and Mesdames Overstreet,I 1 from some of the parcels they
I ,and most attractive preacher andjoins I_ Hudson, Branch, Dovel, Ives, Dow andS.
j a
summer's evening. | A SMALL BLAZE i ii f points of your business, a man thoroughly were taking away with them, making
with the Baptist denominationin with the technique A. Robinson. I The sale
I conversant very extensive purchases.
Mr Lotan Finley will occupy the! At 12:45 last night the fire alarm rejoicing over the coming of a man of your individual requirements. Give I does not last much longer, so a wordor
the locatedthe who is unostentatious and deeply in of demonstrating TWO SPECIAL SERMONS SUNDAY wise should be sufficient.
new building being erected by Mr.! sounded and department him an opportunity two to the t
Knox on Court street. Mr. Finley cause in Henry Butter's house on earnest for the religious welfare of The cost will be but nominal and the I Take advantage of the extraordinaryoffers

has won for himself an enviable re-! Division street.It the city. i 1 positive results financially gratifying. I Mr. Boardman is making. I
was simply a bed on fire and Dr. Wray has announced two special -
putation as an expert sign painter.i
WANTED-To rent for one year, a Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and for Sunday at the Grand I
His growing busness: demands larger' was caused by the carelessness of sermons Mr. W. C. Sherman is going away
seven or nine-room house, bungalow unexcelled. Sold by Caruth- aIan" at
for
and more commodious quarters than some of the occupants and was soon preferred. Must be centrally located. quality I Theater, "God's Search about the 15th of July, those having
his present place of business affords. extinguished. Phone 489.! 7-10 2t ers & Gore. Try it. I 11 a. m. and "Ten Nights In a Barroom jobs in his store will please call for
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Grand i'' "A WINDOW ON WASHINGTON PARK" (Drama Vitagraph) ,


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\ "THE EIGHTH NOTCH" (Drama) . . . . .Kalem \

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RELUCTANT CINDERELLA" (Comedy) . Edison
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i COUPON COURTSHIP" (Comedy) . . . .Kalem

FIRST SHOW, / ,7.15 P.M WE WILL SHOW "QUO VADIS" JULY 18TH 1 PRICES from $$1.50. to $4.00 '

SECOND SHOW, 8.15 PM lOc."A 1


I FREE AUTOMOBILE CONTEST NOW ON SCRUGGS & DICKSON '

'; 100 votes given with every ticket. Watch for SPECIAL

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wandering Monticello cow has declared against the Crepe Gowns, 98c. I IFL'LL DEL REVIVIN fa g LISTEN ,

.The Nassau County Leader says I I _
Callahan will have an up-to-date canning -'I : 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth 2.00, now
factory next year. i I : Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
LINE MUSLIN UNDER- : Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
Starke is likely to have a hand- f I .
some new postoffice building, erected W E A R, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga

by the Government next spring. j j I LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, I III pleasant. and profitable hour each evening at the,i Lucerne. -
Splendid progress is being made on r II IIICE
the foundation pillars for the new 125-! STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.:

room Tarpon Inn, being erected in'I' ETC. COLD SODA j lot .IIIIIII.III'O'III.fllllellllllll..eaelllll\.t.\ ...

Tarpon Springs. ;i I.___ _
The top notch of soda quality-: -
The Elks in Miami furnished 1,000 I
LOWEST PRICES ALWAYSMcCULLOCH'S served from the best up-to-date foun ot HI MM
flags for the children of that city and
arranged a program for them on the tains.
Fourth. This is the heather you'll enjoy it WE OFFER YOU

Charley Larsen,for years a snapper best-drop in today and get a genuine I
fisherman out of Pensacola, a one- bracer. THE MOST OF THE BEST
DEPARTMENT
time member of the United States ma- STORE All flavors.BUTT'S I
rine corps, died Saturday afternoonin For
the Least
New Orleans. 124 South Orange Avenue Handy Kitchen ; j tj

Lakeland has as her guests this OPPOSITE POST OFFICE = s
week 200 or more Sunday school people .
They are attending the big Sun- I Tender Juicy Meats
day school conference arranged by --- -- ------- -

.the The Sunday Tampa school Tribune board.of the 7th says:I I Read Tbe Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DaELECTRIC Y You can always depend on getting the best al,tOur

"The city jail got so full of drunks: market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ
yesterday that three wagon loads of ...' ...'. .." '., ...... ence in meats. *
them had to be transferred to the city I i
stockade to make room for more at r

the William city jail.Wethe" will arrive in West,.. [ VACUUM L CLEANER[N X14 COART & PIGUEI,

Palm Beach this week with a large
force of carpenters and mechanics to BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
begin the erection of a large new ho-
tel. The new hostlery will open about -L iiJfrtkr PHONE 105iHimiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimiiiiiiinunH
the first of November.The .
Have your room or house
summer home of Mr. and Mrs. hQ FREE
Hyman Feinberg, located just out of cleaned without dust troubleof
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the city limits of Quincy, was destroyed ur is the only r --- ----
by fire a few evenings ago. ;\ *
furniture
moving Insured
Only a few of the household goods ,
were saved. The loss was somethingover ,
$4,000 and was insured for about r:,\ Sewing J Mid.Sufflffler Reduced e Prices
half of the amountBARGAIN The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex- (f;..,J. \Mathliief.

IN LAW BOOKSTo : On all Dress Materials, Laces, Embroideries -
close an estate 22 volumes of perienced man. i
Just Think of it| t tF
Florida Reports and other law books I HosieryAND
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t THB FREH Sewing_Machine.is.insured t
are offered at a very low price. Books !
SEE THEM FOR TERMS for five years against accident I ti1
are practically List
new. and price -- -- --
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sent .
on application to the undersigned.Good
and water. This shows
our
opportunity for lawyer startingin MILLINERYussi
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I 7-11 tf. Big Special Box P. G.604 Feature WALTON,Orlando,,Fla. T the PIERCE'[ ELECTRIC L CO11""lnt. R t. SewingMachine Think what this mew.na) i S HAIILTd & MM

It gym-that i il rou break the whole machine
Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12. or toy part(needle,belt or attachment,etc.) j
The great drama, "Carmen" in Three : CHURCH STREETIMillitMIHIIilllllMltOMIIittMtlHMIII it wit be replaced to you without charge. 7
for CorsetsIMMtltttliMlimtimiMMIMMMItlMHmttllMtJMJtMtMHIMMt
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Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need FREEZEK ?


\Tli; :HAVK: THEM AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT



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rtiseaenta| to midnight Buiineu Boosters Classif,)y"will Boosters received of CLASSIFIED column.30 be five words run lines after(in classified-the,one or 10"Too less time o'clock adver-1-Late,approximately 25-i I ORLANDO O BANK A K a TRUST I COMPANY'A I l LUCERNE[ THEATER I I



cents; three times 50 ; one week
(six daily and one weekly editions) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. i
HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
$1.00; one month, $3.00.
Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. I

_MISCELLANEOUSMoney -
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I June 30th, 1913 PROGRAM TODAY

Shanibarger's for bicycles and RESOURCESBanking

Sundries. tf House, Furnitureand

Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37
| FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real I Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 4..REELSa..4
Estate Jansen & Watkins
see 6-24-lm. Overdrafts ............... 83.98

Stocks and Bonds ... ..... 26,018.33 "A SEVERE TEST" . . . . . . .Solax
MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop- Cash on Hand and in Banks 254088.11
A melo-drama with
erty. See Jansen & Watkins. strong a powerful moral lesson.
6241m. I
$661,647.12
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Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine LIABILITIES "HER FIRST LOVE AFFAIR" . Great NorthernAn
[ street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- I Capital .................$100,000.00
"' Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf Surplus and Undivided intensely interesting drama, with plenty of action ,?

I Profits ......:.. ....... 33,889.11 and deep heart interest. '

SHOP SERVICE-The very best i Deposits ............... 527,758.01
and quickest. No waiting. Free dL
filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. .
W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine $661,647.12 I "ON THE BORDER" . . . . . .AmericanA I

street. Western thriller, distinctly out of the ordinary, j
The officers and directors of the Orlando I
Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stockof L Bank and Trust Co. desire to I backed by splendid plot, superb photography and good

Fancy Groceries to the store on the t 4 @ *tr call the attention of its depositors and acting.

corner of Pine and Orange Ave. for- Y c friends and the citizens of Orlandoto

merly occupied by H. C. Robertsonand : the above statement. .The manage- ; t 'THE ANGEL" . . . . . . Reliance
will be ready for business Friday t. ; 1 ment of the Bank feels that this showing I;
+ A tale of the hills, a story of heart absorbing interest
morning. 7-10 tf. reflects the conservative, sane and I
progressive methods employed in this

Roberta Branch will be pleased to i financial institution. Strength begets I ; COMING SATURDAY-" IEN"-The great drama I
take a limited number of pupils for I'
I confidence, and strength is no where I I in three reels.
piano study, and is especially inter- '
displayed better by a bank than in I I I
ested in beginners. Lessons given at United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. .... ., MMIIiUMimtlttMHIIItliimiHH
pupils' homes if so desired. II

6-19 tfCall ... _iii-_ 0 10 III r I I \ tttlftttM }Pt44+i

up the Keystone Laundry and I I LDrSets YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ;
washing. This is the Spirella
give us your .. . lllllllllt Bj Getting Prices on your
only fireproof laundry in Orlando. We Brick and Stone Work

make special rates on family wash. (Not Sold in Stores) ) Before Building.
ing and also do all kinds of cleaningand i
Phone or Write
pressing. All hand work. Phone Wear a corset made to fit you. Ask ,
483. 771w. for a demonstration. Call or send postcard I Acme Brick and
toSP1EELLA

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a : StoneVorks '
CORSET PARLORS
new hotel; has all modern conveniences I
SOS West St. Cor. South, Orlando. Fla. MAITLAND, FLORIDA
fronts on Ocean just southof
; YOUR SEWER MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK Corsetiere CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop.
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day I
and upwards. Special rates by the 111111111111111110111111'

week or month. We make a specialty .
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of sea food dinners Thursday even-

ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. CONNECTION I II I I



FOR SALE-New FOR SALE modern five-room Gifts to Please

house, centrally located. Apply this I,
office. 7-1 d & w tf I

NANCY HALL Sweet Potato vines ..

Head for Farm sale $1.50, Pine per Castle thousand., Fla. 6-29-13t Bears : May be safely purchased from
-- You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which us where everythingis

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

FOR SALE-Two good sound and within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
gentle mules. Fine workers and
a bargain, if taken at once. Call on for 13 cents per foot.
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- Allen & Co.
lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w Give this work to your home company and we are

FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note,, here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and
Remington, made by Starr Piano
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,, you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
slightly used, good shape in every re JEWELERS
spect. Will make some reduction for with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
cash. Music with same. For further
information apply to P. 0. Box lU inspector and certified to by him.
Winter Garden, Fla. 710.dwtfFOR :
RENT Orlando, Florida

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FOR RENT-Six room house, furnished. :
Apply No. 7, Gould street. Cen- .
trally located. 29-1 : Atl
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FOR RENT-Five room cottage with I
I
for all auto modern, or horse conveniences.and buggy.Garage Apply,:, Our Repair Department at

615 East street. 5-15 tf :, The F. JOSEPH RAEHN I -

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FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- your service always.ItlifMltMMHMMMIIM .


6-26 nished tf. and unfurnished.JAMES A. K OX.FOR Plumbing and Heating Co. :I I!,

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HIRE-Nice seven passenger I I .
1 1 touring car. Large and roomy. : IHMH Mil "
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tf J. B. MAGRUDER. ii
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i LOST AND FOUND BIG SPECIAL FEATURE ; EVERY BODY'S DOING IT THE MARKETOf
Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs.!

E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. LOST-Black silk watch fob with [ Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12.1- Automobiling,we are open for dates :

Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in gold locket set with diamond. Locket The great drama, "Carmen" in Three I picnic parties, or a crowd for an :
North Georgia and she has decided to contains picture of lady and two and chil- I Reels, with all star cast. Don't miss evening drive. Call 360 or ask for : Cleanliness Of Quality :
dren. Return to E. H. Gore re-
re-establish her home there so will ceive reward. 74 tf I this feature. I C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf :

rent her home here with the privilegeof '
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LOST-Somewhere on the streetsof FRESH AND SALT MEATS
I JUNIOR AUXILIARY SALE
purchase to responsible parties. Orlando, a pocket book contain- I Some people have been married in

Reasonable terms will be given. ing a five dollar bill,some small change II The children belonging to the Junior air ships, some in auto's, and some in FISH AND GAME
I
Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and and one cent stamp. Finder returnto Auxiliary of the Episcopal church the lions' den at a circus, but it remained -
I
other desirable 407 Sentinel office and receive reward. for Jacksonville make
properties.0. to
a
I will have a sale at the Chapter House, Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
South Orange aveune. Opposite the CHAPMAN HOUSESix I new record for sensations last Satur-
on Saturday afternoon, July 12th of;
High School Building. Jul3 tf. ---- - ----- -- day when a couple was married in an
ice cream, cake and candy. i Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
dollars a week and up. No. 308 ,ambulance on Clay street. Justice of

WANTED West Central avenue. Mrs. M.> Mc-I NOTICE I I1 the Peace Willard tied the knot. J. A. and pure.
6-121 -- -------- -------1 I 1i
WANTED-Second hand Ewan, proprietress. mo. Stout was the name of the gentlemanwho I
enger Ford. Must be in four-pass-good con- FOR HIRE i! Register and pay your poll tax now'' took the heavy end of the contract 1 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
dition. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of- AUTOMOBILE and be ready to cast your ballot for and if there is anything inj i everything in the Meat Line.

fice. Those wishing to make trips foi Commission Form of Government. !i names, he has the right one, for the

WANTED-To rent several unfur- business or pleasure, should see m Saturday, July 12th, is the last day ;I lady in the case, Mrs. Eunice Whit- !

nished rooms in desirable location. for prices. Prompt service guaran you have to attend to this matter. I i comb, was a "Sick a bed Lady" when The PARLOR MARKETH.
Address M. H. E., Box 598, Orlando. --
teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.Phone : the tie that binds was pronounced by
7.8 6t BARGAIN IN A PRESS
360. 5-29 t11 his honor, Mr. Willard, J. P. She

WANTED-Lady of refinement to GRAIN AND FEED STORE Two revolution} seven-cotoma quarto ,was in an ambulance being taken M. Self & Co.
occupy room. Principally for com-i -- -- -- --- Campbell press. Does good work. :from some where to some where else .
pany.Ave., No rent. Apply 6 E. Concord 8-3t Geo Chick has opened a grain and A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando -j I i:in the city and witnesses stood at the -

feed store on Boone street, between Fla. i i rear door of the vehicle while the 18.20 PINE STREET I
Church and South street, where he I
WANTED-Position as salesman or !ceremony was enacted.
collector. Twenty years experiencein is prepared to serve the public with Pay your poll tax before Saturday,I!I

business Best and have held responsible. everything in the feed line. He re- July 12th, if you want to vote in the i New things to wear-for all sorts Phone No. 80rMlllllllllltlllllllllllllHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I It

positions.W. L. D., care of references.Sentinel office.Address spectfully solicits a portion of your election on Commission Form of Government of folks are described, discussed and I

7-61w. -. .,-.. trade. 6-27-lm priced in Sentinel ads. :

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J. B. Magruder has the walls for
up
I C. Massey, President.
his new ice plant and as soon as he

T. Pktoa Wirlow, Vlt .Pm. 8. WtUn How. Ctihkr gets a line on some contracts for supplying

4> Howmrd C. Babcock Aw't Cuhicr Samuel A.Newell Au't Caller the frigid comfort, he will or-
: der the necessary machinery to fill

the probable demands.

THESTATE
Veterinary authorities say a horse

will not suffer from sun stroke if I

given plenty of water to drink and a I

I straw hat to wear. Unlike some men, !I
BAffiof
a horse will wear a 10 cent hat and i

not insist on a $10.00 Panama.
i I I HIGH WATER MARK

J. D. Maley, one of Daytona's prominent -

Orlando business men, has been appointed : DEPOSITSDec.

county commissioner of the Fourth i

district of Volusia county by Governor 24 1912 $94,151,96
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Park Trammell, to succeed William Jan. 24, 1913 ________108,126.94
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THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Jackson, who has resigned. |I

Feb 24, 1913 ___________141,174.83
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Mrs. W. A. McBride who
was so
. -- Mar. 24, 1913 _____1 49,591.42
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horribly burned at her home near Ft.

Pierce about three weeks ago, died Apr. 24, 1913 ----------------_________1 5 5 5 0 3. 6 0
The Bank which transacts more business than
from the effects of her wounds a few May 21,1913 I _________________ ._____1 7 7 3 6 6 5I
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa days ago. She leaves a husband and
June 24,1913
----------------- $261,099.43
"1 one small child to mourn her death,

besides her parents.
of this Bank has been built I
The large patronage up ,
During the summer months the banks of this section expect

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound W. C. McLean, the efficient and always I their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease I
\ good natured Assistant PostMaster
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate of Orlando has gone to At before another official statement to the Comptroller of the I

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis lanta and other points for a vacation, currency. I

reuected in the large amount of deposits. but Thomas Jefferson is still on the Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support

job so every thing is running smoothly which makes this excellent showing possible.
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 I so far as mail matters are con I J
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cerned.
I

1 FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Tom Mann is moving temopraril1 I.

into the Dr. Phillips building lately

vacated by Clark Robertson's clothing

stare, and will at once begin the erec I
correspondent banks are located in every part of f tion of a two story brick building on ,

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the J his Pine Street lot. Tom says he has I.
waited for several months for his II

United States. neighbors to get ready to join him on !

party line walls but they cannot get ; f

MMiimilHIiMHIIimt HIMMMMMMMMIMtllllAT together and he will not wait any J

DONT LET 'EM LAUGHDear THE FAVORITE TODAY longer for them.

The Pensacola Journal says: "The if The Peoples National Bank |

Mr. Ferris: Great spectacular three reel feature
big self-propelling barge Nicholas A.
I can't write letters as easy as you "The Gypsy Vendetta,"-Union Fea "
Bernhard, the first of its
vessel kindto "It is a pleasure to serve you.
but if I find pencil what tures. An
can, can a enormous production with
enter Pensacola
bay, returned herea
hasn't got the point broke off I can every scene a sensation of thrilling ,
little after 7 o'clock last night from
make out.I events, and there are over 100 scenes.The W*
Bagdad, where she loaded a full car MMMMMMUMMMIMMMKHIMMii
was up early one day along back, picture was made near the city go of rosin, establishing a new record Miilliilll JIIMMMIiilMlMMMMItlMflie+44+

and hurried with my work so as I of Paris, France. The actors are the in loading this kind of cargo. She

could take a ride in my automobile.I best to be found in France. A beautiful i left for New Orleans shortly after her'liiMMIttlMMmtiMIIIMmilMllltiMIMIIMMHIttMtltHttttitttHtiCMtIn ,.

see a great sight of new buildins story blended with magnificent arrival from Ba dad." The cargo con "
going and thinks I, Orlando's I virgin make this the
up scenery pictureto sisted of 3,500 barrels of rosin, which
growin' fast enough and lots of new be long remembered. It will be
loaded in six
were and a half hours.
folks must be comin' here, but I shown one day only. H

wouldn't ask none of 'em to ride on Open 2to5and7to10p.m. YOWELL'SA
Harry Reel got fined in the police
these here bumpy streets. Every Admission 5 cents to all. court the other day for abusing his
time I crossin' I afearedof Watch for
go over a am our next Feature.
horse. We think he deserved i it.I1arf"s .
breakin' a spring, and on that there
hungry looking horse with
Lucerne Circle, where they thinkthey're What may prove to be a sensational such prominent outlines is not acreditto SPEOI..A.L;
it when they can buy a lot, Iwouldn't of
case occurred in
arson Key West him or the community, not to men
be seen, because it joggles.so early Friday which
morning resultedin tion the great government of thor e
it riles my temper. the destruction of the Memorial, United States which he serves in an I

The best place is Orange avenue.I as it is equally as well known, the official capacity. If a'"public officeis I

says to my man, I says, "give me i Rocky Road church on the corner of a public trust," a public official I Kirt Wasn QS Valu
Orange avenue from north to south, Virginia and Watson I $
streets. At 12:- 5 should be a public example of right I an aa
Booster's Row where Mr. Dow
along ,
i' a. m. the fire alarm was turned in and living in all things. :
and Sam Johnson lives is all
on the brigade arriving within abofive ut

but down where Mr. Dickson right'j' minutes the church was all aflame.The ,. We apprehend U;;;one serious difficulty :

them sanitary doctors lives there i men set to work and after ten that the Associated Charities ',
no prettier place to be found.I I'minutes : Poplin Pique Corduroy
managed to subdue the flames officials will encounter will be to : ,
read in your paper that Jim Giles but not before the inside of the build judge between worthy and unworthy :
elected and I feel Linen and Crash. Latest
got mighty cheery- ing was a total wreck. The fire originated applicants for assistance. It seems;
like to hear that, because he is goin' :
between the ceiling, the incendiary settled beyond dispute that strangers .
to smooth of them both white and coloredS
humpsand
over some placing cotton waste saturated with books of recommendations, and : styles,
bumps I was complainin' of. He
with
kerosene in
between
the ceiling
every man woman or child with a
has been good to help me about buy in'
and the roof
on and such inflammable printed card telling of their misfortunes
a chicken coop and didn't charge me material quickly caused it to are the rankest kind of S One Lot White Wash Goods stripe and
nothin' but most of these here real spread and devour ,
everything in it sway almost without exception. Men mame

estaters they wants ten dollars if you through the entire buildin g. and wound themselves purposely i in checks from 25 cents to $1.00

just puts your foot in their door.I Fraga, an ex-preacher, having had order to have an excuse for begging per yard
heard tell of some men what they
charge of a pulpit in Cuba for
many instead of working for a living.
call city fathers takin' care of Orlan- years, but who later fell away from AT HALF PRICEd
do, but I never before seen such -
pro'idin' the church and
culitvated anarchistic A wagonload of alligators and wild
I
\ as them fathers a been doin.
ideas, was suspected of the crime anis cats stopping for a few hours in the
They won't let us have a park what'salready
in the

day somebody been give rises us up, and and most gives every an- it is but now estimated slightly,city will insured jail.be almost and The the$1,500.churchis loss, Canons during a garage crowd their Tuesday of stay.interested There morning spectators were attracted a Full I Line of Bathing uits all izes anD rrices


other lot, but have we got any park? dozen or more of the 'gators, all sizes ,
Here they be wastin' time when shade
NAVAL COMMITTEE AT NORFOLK from small ones up to nearly twelvefeet
trees might get a start to growin.
long. This largest one was in a
I says to my man, I says, "I want a
Norfolk, Va., July 1&-The naval l box to himself and attracted special
park where I can set a spell of an H
afternoon and eat a lunch-providen' affairs committee of the House of attention. There were besides the SXIETS -
Representatives arrived early todayon 'gators, three wildcats. These were
the egg shells and paper bags is
the yacht Mayflower and spent the together in a small box, and from the

watch throwed the into swans the a bit trash, before can-and time to entire day in an inspection of the temper they seemed to be in all the \ $1,25 and 1.50 Values now $0.98

Norfolk navy yard and the St. Helena time, were not especially enjoying]
milk and the
get
supper. naval training station. The committeewill captivity. They were growling and j $2.OOand2.5OValUes now 1.38
Yes, I'm glad Jim Giles is goin' to
be entertained at a Virginia sea- snapping at curious spectators at
be of them fathers. Goodness
knows one he'll get there if anybody can. side dinner at Cape Henry tonight and frequent intervals. The cargo had $3.00,3.50 and 4.00 Values now 1.95
will leave early tomorrow on the yacht been captured on Tomoka creek by a ,
The day of the votin' I said to my
Mayflower for Philadelphia. The com party of Eustis hunters and were being I,
man, I says, "If you don't'ote for my ,
mittee is on a tour of inspection of taken to that town.-DeLand note
friend Jim G. there won't be no sup-
all naval establishments with the in Times-Union.
view :
per for you when you come home toni -

hl" He sets such store by eatin' of economy. SHOWERS HELP CROPS N. P. YOWELL

my man does, that he up and voted

just like I told him. i .UnRlC.CIIT IN COLLISION New York, July 10.-Private re-
_
Mr. Editor, if you feel enough ports that numerous showers or local
with them other Kiel, Germany, July 10-The American White Store
acquainted fathers, rains had occurred in Central Texas The Big
just give 'em a hunch about them ;, steel yacht Cassandra, owned by i and Oklahoma served to partially relieve

thank you moms and I'll ride down George J. Whelan, of New York, collided the recent new crop apprehen

and see Jim G. We don't want to today with the German protected I sions, and during today's early trad- .,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,111.1.II' ** MI8MM

have them big bugs in Sanford a ,' cruiser Stettin. Both vessels were ing. First prices were three points I, .....

lau hin' at us, do we, Mr. Ferris? somewhat damaged and returned to I II'I higher on July and August, but generally The total vote cast for a member of We overheard an intelligent lady I Big Special Feature

Yours truly, this port. for repairs. Nobody was injured 2 points lower, and the active the city council at the election on say the other day, "We like the soundof I Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12-

IZZY BUTTLV. I months sold about 3 to 5 points net Tuesday last was only a very few in 'sanitary Grocery' and hope theywill The great drama, "Carmen" in Three

I lower shortly after the call. Private of the total vote cast on adopt- Reels, with all star
excess cast.
live to the for the Don't miss
!:! Big i Special Feature up name grocery -
SPECIAL TERM 1 OF COURT IN 1' cables attributed the steady showingof ing a commission form of governmenta stores and bakeries in Orlando this feature.

DADE Lucerne Theater, Saturday July I:!. Liverpool to covering of shorts for few months ago. It is terrible to that have cats and kittens lying
Hon. John C. Jones, of this city, is The great drama, "Carmen" in Three
over the holidays, as the market will contemplate what would occur if the: ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY
around of show and
on top cases even
in receipt of a communication from' Reels, with all star cast. Don't miss be closed there from today until Mon_ city council should decide that there :
this feature. sleeping on the baskets of vegetables, 11 East Pine street will
Judge J.' W. Perkins, of DeLand, that day morning. : would have to be another election for take your
he has been called to Miami to hold i; i i are about as unsanitary as they can family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces
councilman. iI be. It is a well known scientific fact 10 large and 10 small
a special term of court for Judge i! Why not read the Sentinel and get Here is another inviolable I
rule
: No that cats harbor to the
more We have
Bethel and will probably be there for' the news all the time? Send in"your man who is 75 OrlandJ i germs many customers who are
years old feels as wellas Veil your wants to all square inch than any other domestic well pleased.
Laundry
the next ten days. subscription today. he ever did. called for and
through Sentinel want columns. animal."
delivered. Phone 195. 7.9 tf 10Louis
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