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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 12, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE TEMPERATURE WAS LOWER RESIDENTS OK I LAIvK; ("orTUl: MAKES GET AWAY
MISS ANNA ESTELLE GILES, OF I WITII.\XOTII- rEH LOCAL TEAM NAME IS TO BE CHANGED TO
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THAN AT ANY OTHER TIME IN PETITION THE STAID: HOARD i ER MAN
ORLANDO AND MR. ALLEN L. I WHILESS.II.XT"OF : PROVES EASY MARKS FOR THE j THE SUB. TROPICAL MID.

WEATHERBEE, OF JACKSONVILLE I JULY SINCE THE YEAR THIRTEEN OF HEALTH TO ISAK THE TUBERCULOSIS YONKERS LIEUTENANT IS : GOLFERS; FROM THE PRETTY \ WINTER EXPOSITIOX-FI\'E

MARRIED IN DELAND HUNDRED THIRTEEN I SANITARIUM I BEING CHASED BY CROWD CITY IN ORANGE COUNTY COCTIESHE INVITED

Rome, July 11.-A terrific storm is Saranac Lake, N. Y., July 11.-The I j New York 11. Lieut i
Miss Anna Estelle Giles, the pop- July Daniel' Orlando sent a golf club down toi i What has been during the past five
ular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. raging throughout Italy, and in many plan to bring the Friedmann tn'at-I Shea of the Yonkers' police was called Tampa yesterday and defeated a team. years the Orange County Fair will be

L Giles and Mr. Allen Weatherbee, places the country has been devastat-I! ment for tuberculosis to Saranac Lake I out of his home, at No. CO Hawthorne! from the Tampa Auto and Golf Club i in the future the Sub-Tropical MidWinter -

the well known State representatives I ed and the crops destroyed. has aroused a strong protest from a''I avenue, at 4SO o'clock yesterday af-I at the local links during the after-I!I Exposition, with five counties

of the International Harvester Com- companied by remarkably cold weather large element of the business men and j t ternoon by the cries of his daughter, !! noon six to three. Marion Reed :( participating in the exhibition and the

pany, with headquarters in Jackson- for the time of year, the temper- residents of this place. A resolution I Mrs. Dennis Cooper, coming from the : starred for the locals by taking his prizes. This is the plan of the Orange

ville, stole a march on their friends ature at noon today falling below six- condemning the attempt to establisha I porch. She pointed across the street i men into camp going and coming for I I County Fair Association, and it looksas

and motored over to DeLand where ty degrees Fahrenheit. Such weather sanitarium which would use any to the home of Col.! Ralph E. Prime,j I two points. : if there will be no obstacle to its
they were united in the holy bonds of in the middle of July has not been I secret remedy in the treatment of tuberculosis : a prominent lawyer, at No. 63. The local players who have beenplaying successful consummation.The .

matrimony last night recorded in Italy since the year 1313, has been forwarded to the :i Col.! Prime and his daughter are in I for only a few months were | plan and scope of the proposed

The ceremony which made them when superstitutious people attributedit State Health Commissioner with a request Europe, yet the front door stood open. I no match for the seasoned veterans: enterprise was laid before the County

man and wife, was performed at the to the repetition of the number that he refuse to grant a per- On the porch wore a young man and from up the state, who have been Commissioners Monday by II. IL

Methodist parsonage by Rev. Mr. 'thirteen. mit for the proposed sanitarium.To woman-she slender, blond and pretty playing golf on good courses several ; Dickson, president, and W. R. O'Neal
Hartman, the pastor, in the presenceof Naples, Italy, July 11.-Extraordinary meet this opposition John Ramerof i I and dressed in a close fitting, sash. years. It was the first outside team secretary of the Fair Association.

Mr. and Mrs. Bourland, Miss Gilda I falls of rain and hail have flooded New York, announced today that ;I swathed costume of the new fa match indulged in by Captain Bonack- Both gentlemen came from Orlando\

Happersett and Mr. Chester Magru-j the surrounding country for the last the Algonquin Hotel, which he has and over the sill of a parlor \\hion-I er's team and they showed up with : Monday morning and got an audience

der, who carried the party over, except -I two days. Torrents of water, mixed leased will be conducted as a hotel I, a second young man was flinging his I I much credit accordingly. I:with the Commissioners in the forenoon -

Miss Happersett, in his Oakland with mud and ashes, from Vesuvius i where sick people may live and that I leg, swing out with him a dress suit I II The visitors played a strong game 1 so that they were enabled to return

touring car have inundated the villages along the Dr. George G. Rambaud, head of the I case. I and showed aptness approaching.. '' on the afternoon train, havingan

After the ceremony and a wedding Gulf of Turin. Owing to a strong cold Friedmann Labratories in New York, I Shea ran across the street, drawinghis !i D. Guernsey played the star game for : engagement to appear before Vo-

supper, the bridal party returned to wind from the north, accompanied by and of the Pasteur Institute, has leas- revolver. The man and woman on I the visitors. He defeated Charles E. I, lusia county board in the evening for

Orlando, Mr and Mrs. Weatherbee I hurricanes, the temperature fell today ed a cottage nearby where he will ad-I the porch threw up their hands at his !I Ball for two points. C. N. White ;, the same purpose.
where almost to freezing point. Snow is reported minister the vaccine to such desireit. command but the other lost two his
registering at the San Juan, as as man gained points to Orlando compet- "It is our plan to broaden the Orange
for the present, they will make their:I to have fallen in the Alps. I the piazza, he shot Shea in the right: itor, Herbert Lattner, L. Dolive scored : county fair so as to make it
home. Messina, July .-A violent temp- Residents here believe that fromthe breast before the Lieutenant could two points on Captain Bonacker by : a South Florida enterprise," said

The young couple later went over I est in the vicinity of the Straits of history of the Friedmann exploitation I pull the trigger of his own weapon. winning the second nine holes and the Secretary O'Neal to the Journal. ,

to the bride's home to ask for parental Messina, accompanied by heavy rainfall in this country the name of Sar Shea fell to the pavement, uncon- match. Bonacker secured one point I "We have established an expensive

forgiveness, if any was necessary. As I has caused enormous damage in anac Lake will be injured by linkingit I scious. by taking the first nine, B. M. Reed plant and have worked out the numerous :

the marriage was to have taken placein I this region. Crops have been destroy- with that of Dr. Friedmann. On His daughter ran to his side and for the locals beat J. R. Yearby for I problems that confront any exposition -

the fall, the Sentinel is informed ed and floods have compelled the population the other hand, there is a dispositionto I! took his revolver from his limp hand two points which made the final score company upon starting suck

that there were no objections and ev I to leave the huts in which welcome Mr. Ramer's proposed sanitarium with an idea of giving battle to the Orlando 6; Tampa 3.-Tampa Trib an enterprise. We are prepared tc'
erything at the Giles' home was as they have been living since the great if he will drop the Friedmann burglar. The man with the revolverran I une. offer- our sister counties a place in

merry as a wedding bell. earthquake a few years ago. treatment. north, the other and the blond, : which to exhibit their products to ad-

pretty girl, fled south. Mrs. Cooperran NEW YORK CANOE CLUB RACESI 'vantage. The Orange county fair \\p
WITH OUR SOLDIERS IN CAMPTo t I FAVOR IMMEDIATE STRIKE AMERICANS AND CANADIANSWIN over to her father's home, calledup 1 1a well established event of annual recurrence -
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i Police Headquarters and then St [Special to The Sentinel and we have rbeen getting

the Sentinel- {!Special to the Sentinel Joseph's Hospital for an ambulance. j New York, July 11.-Canoe sailing j i from twenty thousand to twenty-five
: New York, July It.-Approximate- Special to The SentinelNottingham A crowd started in of the las international has
Black Point, Fla., July 10.-The I pursuit i an sport again :thousand visitors there every year
of the
ly one thousand representatives Eng., July 11.-The i
Sentinels which you send are read man with the revolver. He ran been revived and this afternoon the to inspect our own products and investigate -
with a great deal of interest by everysoldier i(' conductors and trainmen's union will I American team defeated Germany i in through Hudson street to Riverside 1 J 1 first contest between James A. Newman ( the advantages that we haveto
Central Ho. Ii
in the semifinal
in the company and we wishto meet at Broadway whether the challenge round for the avenue and thence to Main street, the i| of the Winchester Canoe Club, offer. We are glad to share this
'tel determine
thank very much. tomorrow to Dwight F. Davis International Lawn I principal business thoroughfare of I Winchester, Mass., representing the with our immediate neighbors for it
you
immediate order to strike will be
Black Point is more comfortable ; an Tennis trophy, when Harold H. Hack- Yonkers. Those in Main street look New York Canoe Club of this city and is all in the way of building up this

this than it has ever been, th issued to men on eastern roads, which ett and Maurice McLoughlin won double ed ahead of him to see who he mightbe ;i Ralph P. Britton, of the Gananoque section, and the liberal way in which
year
has spared no efforts to makean eI|have refused their demands for high- matches from the German pair, pursuing for he kept waving his !'' Canoe Club, of Gananoque, Ont., Can. to view the matter is to concede that
State leaders will alsoi
I jer wages. Union Rahe and Klienschroth. revolver and shouting "Burglars!" and will be sailed. what
up-to-date camp grounds; we have I helps any one county of the sec
discuss at this the advisability 'I
i meeting The
plenty of good cool running water I Canadian team defeated the "Stop thief!" The races will be held in GravesendBay tion, helps the entire section that
piped to each company's quarters, a I of taking part in the conferenceon j Belgium team in a double match i in He was distancing the crowd when and the international cup, firstput much. We are in hopes the Osceoln
Monday in Washington, when the the other semi-final at Folkestown to I Policeman James L Madden I the New York
and has cot I on a up by Canoe Club county commissioners will take favor
man a
good kitchen every *
Wilson of
President and ,
to sleep on. There are plenty of Secretary I day. The Americans and Canadians! motorcycle I overtook the burglar, who : in 1887 will go to the winner of the able action on our invitation to ap*
baths for We have I the Department of Labor will take I'will meet Wimbledon next week i in j flung a glistening object into Nepi best two out of three races. The point a man now to begin
shower everybody. I la hand in the controversy. The sen finals_ to__ Hpfprminpvhtr__.__ __..._ .... Vi. tonm. ..... Jo. +/\ i __ "-1- 1.1 "'_ L I. _____.1 ____ ..:11 Lt,_ 1 .I.d ..... ..arranging. ,
one of the best companies here and nnn u .w. "" l'tCUiLUC: t: iacea .uaaaen ana ae- vunu laceui: :: w sauvu tomorrowand lor an usceoia county exhibit at Lfao
have been minute since I timent among several hundred union play England for the trophy in match manded to know what he wanted. in case of a tie score on the two Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Expositionto
busy every seemed be for
to I
tonight strong
we pitched camp. i' men Jan which begins July 25. At police Headquarters he described races, the third will be sailed on Mon- be held in Orlando February
immediate strike. .. I
Tuesday morning we had batallion himself as John Cassidy, twenty-six, day. 17-21.
drill; Tuesday afternoon, regimental' CHICAGO IS CHOSEN BY THE of No. 446 West Twenty-ninth street,I The international cup was first chal- Under the plan submitted by Mes-

drill. Our company went on guard+ WILL OPEN TODAY ENDEAVORSSpecial Manhattan.One lenged by England in 1887, when War-> srs. Dickson and'O'Neal the expositionwill

duty the same day at 6 p. m. until I, to The Sentinel. of the Yonkers policemen said ,I rington Baden-Powell and Walter include exhibits from Osceola, Or
yesterday, Wednesday, afternoon ati; Mayer, Galetin & Mayer are puttingthe Los Angeles, Cal., July 11.-Chicago he recognized the prisoner as a brother : Steward came to this country and ,, ange, Lake, Seminole and Volusia

6 p. m. This morning, Thursday, we ;i finishing touches on their new can-j was chosen for the 1915 Christian of "Chicago Jack" Cassidy, a pupil j i made an unsuccessful attempt to lift !I counties. A special prize of $250 f
had small arms instruction and firing |dy and ice cream parlor and i Endeavor Convention today. The ist. The captive refused to make any i! the cup. C. Bower Vaux and William: the best county exhibit will bp

on the range. Despite the drills etc., ; noon will be ready for business. Conveintion will be held the secondof statement I I Whitlock sailed for America. : in addition to the numerous i

the men find time to have their fun i you belong to the "sweets to the July. Bible study conferences and At St. Joseph's Hospital, it was I In 1888 Steward made another at- prizes.

in the gauntlet. This is done by lining i j I sweet," class of young men, or just discussions of church work were prin- found that Lieut. Shea was dangerously -I! tempt to win the cup but was defeat. ( The commissioners app fr.

the whole company up in double rows I occasionally indulge in a glass of cipally features of today's program. I wounded. He has been with ed by Reginald S. Blake. In 1890, man Lesley to confer oard

about six feet apart, facing each oth- :I i"dope" with a friend, you will find Tonight the delegates participated in I the Yonkers police force more than 1891 and 1892 Ford Jones of Canada of Trade in regard t< er.-

er; one man is then selected to rundown !t the new place attractive. The foun- a monster parade which wound up twenty years. i attempted to lift the cup, but met defeat -\ Osceola County Jourm mee.
j I tain, tables and fixtures all white onyx with I each time being defeated 1{.
this line and everybody uses a I a concert at Fiesta Park. The dress suit the had by
case burglar
I with silver trimmings and half a hundred J. Lansing Quick, T. E. H. Barrington I RATTLER l'XDE
belt on him. Of course every man in I' lifted through the parlor window was | LOW
can be served at once. You justcan't SUFFRAGETTES .and T. S. Oxholm. In 1895 Charles ,
SMASH
the company has to take his turn and I WINDOWS found to contain several articles of (
help putting down your money E. Archibald of Montreal was defeated ; Moultrie Ga.
there were some pretty fast scores bric-a-brac and silverware and abouta i July 11.\Vhen Mrw
j when you see the outfit. The young by Paul Butler, and from that time W. W. Owens of
made, Sergeant Swaidmark holding I I dozen pieces of small jewelry. Col. i, Coolidge, went iii
men serving will be as attractive as Liverpool, July 11.-Militant suffragettes the has remained.
cup undisputed; her husband's bedroom
the record. For
some reason, just at I I Prime had placed most of his valua- one morning
that time, Segeant Hoffner had a hurry the place. started a window-smashing I bles in a safety deposit vault. possession of the New York Canoe j recently to make up the beds she'
call and left at double quick time, demonstration, during King George's I Club. shook from the top sheet a rattle
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but it is generally believed that it 'I UPHOLDS PRESIDENTS ACTION visit here today. Armed with pokers,I Policemen in small boats found in After eighteen years our Canadian I! snake that had from all appearances

would be posible for him to push I squads of women shattered several the Nepperhan, a revolver with one i cousins have decided to make another spent the night in the bed and right

Swaidmark for the record. i i, Special to the Sentinel large windows along the route of pro- I chamber empty. i attempt to capture the trophy. under the pillow on which Mr. Owens

Dr. Abernethy saw that none escaped Madison, Wis., July 11.-Senator cession, but the police quickly rounded I The contestants will adhere to the : rested his head. It was an experienced
after this. I:i LaFollette's Magazine, under tomor- them up and order had been restored COL. MULHALL STILL TALKING American Canoe Club rules, using 16 i that caused the blood to "run cold" in|

Last night kangaroo court was held 'j row's date, will contain a signed state- before His Majesty's arrival. I footers with a canvas spread of 90 j i] the veins of Mr. and Mrs. Owens when
'I I ment by the Senator upholding the feet. Britton is an expert at steering;!
discovered
and every man .was tried who had Special to The SentinelWashington they how near they had'been
done anything at all and those who President's action in blowing off the I Ij If !, BASEBALL RESULTS IN TilE BIG July 11.-Col. Martin the frail craft as is also Newman,! to death. They are not able to,
lid of the lobby situation in |. LEAGUES I who won over eight contestants inj I II
j how the
hadn't done anything were tried be- con-I Mulhall began before the Senate Lobby explain snake could have gotten .
gress. He adds, however, that, j Special to The Sentinel : the elimination trials last week. Both :
into the
cause they hadn't. Don't know whatis I I Investigating Committee tonighthis bed, unless it was carried,
half has never been told," and urges i ij I were unfamiliar with the Gravesend J
in with
for the bed when it
on the program tonight, but NationalPhiladelphia recital of the Legislative activ- was takenin
i i further investigation of beet sugar I course and have this week in i
am sure it will be interesting. 2; Pittsburg, 7. ities of National Association of Man I spent the room after being sunned. \
I and especially of the league practice sails for
growers warming the ,
Respectfully, Boston, 4; St. Louis, 6. ufacturers. He had not proceededfar I up .
E. C. M. Currency I New York, 14; Chicago, 4. enough in his talk when the Committee i I contest. POPE KEPT INDOORS

P. S. Military ball will be held i I Brooklyn, 3; Cincinnati, 5. adjourned tonight to bring in'; The international cup committee of :i ij .
camp tonight, given by the officers of I vestigatior."iH urcover much that : American any of the names of the Congressmenwhom 'I j the New York Canoe Club having the j Rome, July 11.The Pope's: physicians '

the First Regiment for the officers of I has not as yet even been suspected. I Chicago, 1; New York, 11. he claims to have controlled for contest in charge, is composed of j dissuaded him from taking his

the Second Regiment A large crowd Cleveland, 5; Philadelphia, 11. National Association of Manufacturers. -I Louis S. Tiemann, chairman; Paul !I usual drive and walk in the gardensof
from Jacksonville is expected. TWO HUNDRED LETTERS CAUSE II Detroit, 2; Washington, 5. Some of the qualities of David Butler, C. Bowyer Vaux, H. Lansindi I the Vatican, owing to the violence
'I DIVORCE St. Louis 5 Boston I Quick, Judge Robert J. Wilkin and A. j of the storm and the
I II ; 1. Lamar, appear to be possessed by Co!. M. Poole. i! heavy rain. His
TURNED TRAMPS LOOSE I Southern Mulhall. A striking feature of his i Holiness continues perfectly well, and
Atlanta, Ga., July 11.-Mrs. Robert Memphis, 4; Birmingham, 4, called recital, however, was the complacentmanner j jI jI I the exceptionally cool weather helps t

Special to the Sentinel I C. Bryan was granted a quick divorcein 7th, account darkness. in which he admitted that FREIGHT RATES ADJUSTED I to keep Kim in good health. The Pontiff i

Garry, Ind., July 11.-The town Judge Bell's division of the Super New Orleans, 3; Nashville, 2. while filling a federal position, secur.I I is deeply concerned about the situation I

marshal at Porter, Ind., near Mineral I I ior Court, when she testified that in Mobile, 6; Atlanta, 0.MontgomeryChattanooga. ed for hi mby Senator McCommas, of Washington, July 11-General readjustment in the Balkans. He expresses

Springs race track today arrested two opening a trunk she had accidentally groundswet Maryland, he accepted a commissionfrom of freight rates on lumber, regret today that both Bulgaria and
tramps. When them,i come on more than two hundred letters staves and Roumania the two most advanced of '
he tried to jail SecretaryCu shing of the Na heading from and to pointsin ,
he found that the lock on the jail I all of an amorous nature, written South Atlantic tional Association of Manufacturers, the South, particularly between I the Balkan nations should be engaged

door was so rusty that no key would to her husband by a girl i in Flor Columbus, 4; Savannah, 1. and posing as a leader of laborers, Memphis, Tenn., and New Orleans, I in a fratricidal war.WEATHER. -,
open it The tramps were turned I ida, and bearing recent date. Albany, 7; Jacksonville,
loose. Charleston, 1; Macon, 0. feat the eight-hour bill opposed by and Southwest, and North, to become REPORT ,
Why not read the Sentinel and get Carolina the National Association of Manufacturers effective on August 20, was announced j

i Hammocks, Croquet and Books for the news all the time? Send in your Durham, 9; Winston.salem, 1. and to overthrow McCommas in a decision today by the Interstate Showers Saturday and probably

,t summer recreation. Curtis & O'Neal. subscription today. Greensboro, 6; Raleigh, 2. for the same reason. I Commerce Commission. I, Sunday. t

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t I GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA
The Stark Telegraph says: "Brad.! I M. SLEMONS

ford better county crops than farmers they have have never this sea-had I'' .,

,4n. j I, Regular DownpourOF ] --

Bearing The pineapple the close 1 season and the in prices Florida are is I I Where; Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

getting higher for the remainder ofi!
.the week. '; BARGAINSI
i HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES" v
A handsome new five-story building I Other have and found
people comfort and service in them-So would you.
is to be erected in Tampa. It is under-I
stood that work on the Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $tOO kind. They are
commence as soon as the rainy season known all over the country as one of the best makes,
is over. IT I II STOCK
We sell #en's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $:.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $t.OO
Pensacola's navy yards may soon be We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
-Opened. The question is being discussed We sell Boys Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
in Washington this week, and $11.00 Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
be settled Daniels I
ill by Secretary
bf the Navy Department.The I We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
I --- $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.
of Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.
St.
Petersburg Independent ,
REGULAR PRICES $2:>>,00, $22.30:>>
the 5th says fully 2,000 people enjoyed Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
Bradentown's general celebration $18.00 AND 1500. SEE CIRCULARS
I i TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
of its $2,000,000 fruit and vegetable
I FOR PRICES ON OTHER
crop yesterday. i
I GOODS
Ii
Former Governor Albert W. Gil-i i II''
,, W. M. SLEMONS
Christ spent Monday in Tampa and; ,I
was entertained that night at the! II I
Country Club with a dinner by T. )1.i! 'I..." 'II'I't"le"IIIIIIII'CI'llllllllllllllllltl"le Ilee""IIII'III"ICI'..
Wier, president of the Tampa Real: Brown & Larti ue -- ___ u_ _
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Preparations for the opening of the Men's and Boys' Outfittersafternoon ments be occasioned more than by made this up contingencywill during the I ANG & BATES
new industrial school for negro children I
remainder of the week.
in Miami are progressing. They t ROOM 5. AND BLOCK PHONE 156
will be taught how to sweep, launder,'! ,..
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and both seriously The Times-Union of the 8th Think of the Morgan tax bill of
open early in September. ;, were very says:
and then be !
injured. "In spite of a rain that dampened the $4,000,000 an optimist --
Elaborate preparations are being, rounds if not the ardor of the men,'Philadelphia Ledger.
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made at the First Baptist church inI I The Miami Metropolis says: "Ex- nine companies of-the Second infantryand
Jacksonville for the great musical I:;]ceeding last year's production by one seven companies of the First regi-': ll Brick ll'! Bli1.
service to be given on the seventy-'hundred per cent according to esti- ment, Florida National Guard, made: OAKEII
fifth anniversary of the church, Sunday mates of local commission men, the camp at Black Point yesterday with:-,Tint[ ,
evening, July 13. |avacado crop this year will likely be Col. A. H. Blanding of the Second in-'
the largest ever known in the historyof fantry as camp commander. With at I CEMENT BRICKThese
Bradford county farmers had a field II the county, and will step up in steady drizzle that increased atirregular -
meeting at Lake Butler on the 7th. It rank of importance next to grape- intervals to a heavy downpour dur'' THE CAR Brick
better than Brick
was held under the auspices of the department fruit as a fruit industry, taking the ing the entire afternoon and until 8 are Clay \
of farm improvement work!I I place hitherto occupie d by oranges." o'clock at night, the making of camp THAT EVERYBODYIS and they are cheaper
of the Southern railway, the Georgia! was attended with many inconven-I
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Southern and Florida railway and as- T. R. Osmond, one of the chief pro- iences and discomforts that in some
sociated lines. A large number of moters of the interurban electric line instances almost approached hard- ABOUTASK FRANK HYRES I
farmers were there. between Jacksonville and St. Augus- ships. However, the best of spirit
tine, reports that work on the con- prevailed and officers and men seemedto FOR DEMONSTRATION Maker of Artificial Stone :
E. L. McCord and F. G. Coleman, struction of the electric railyway will take the weather as quite a part of
the former a conductor and the lattera commence in the near future. It is the day's work in the field and acted Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.Shanibarger's ;
flagman on a local freight train run proposed to commence building at accordingly. Naturally, the rain pre-I SEEMAGRUDER ,
ning between'Jacksonville and Live South Jacksonville, and then work vented the large crowd of friends and i niimiUMMiiiiiiiiimiiiiMitttitMiiiiiiii}**
Oak, were thrown from the top of a south to St. Augustine, and thence on admirers that are usually a part of!_ I
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Butchers' Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:

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.,- Cost of Ice Machine $400.00

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

Country Homes rents} 5 Pents} Kerosene for operating at $60 per year. 600.00 j

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

I aJ Clubs Maintenance. and Depreciation (ten years) 400.00


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DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, READY-TO-WEAR, GENTS FURNISHINGS, BOOTS. SHOES, ETC., ETC. THAT FOR ITS GEN UINESS, ITS ABSOLUTE HONESTY OF TRICE REDUCTIONS \

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

AND THAT A PURCHASER AND UP TO DATE )MERCHANDISE THE SELLING TIME
CAN BUY OUR FINEST QUALITY SAVE MONEY. FOR SUMMER GOODS IS NEARING Ly

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

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



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

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







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LACES-in fancy -1750; yards in Plain, GOWNS-in the New SKIRTS-Ready Made in Pique, Serge &> rl
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i i1 Brussels, Baby Irish, Checks, Regular NIGHT -Short three-quarters San Toy, Panama Voile, Whipcord.
and net. Value lOc. Sale Price 8ftc. and long sleeves Regular Value $2.00, $2.50, $4.50, $5.00
1,000 yards in Plain, Stripes, and $6.00, $7.50. Sale Price $1.50 $198,
Reg. Value 69c, Sale of sales price 49c Checks, Regular Value 12%c, Sale Extra Specials Regular Value, Goc, 85c, $1.00 $1.25, $3.75, $i.OO, $5.00, $6.00.
Reg. Value 75c, Sale of sales price 53c; Price lOc yard. $1.50. Sale price, 55, 69, 89, 98, $1.10
NAPKINS-Table, Good Serviceable.Per SHIRTS-For Men. Soft and Stiff.
Regular Value $1.00 Sale of sales..79cReg. Trimmed and Untrimmed at dozen, Regular Value, 75c, $1.00, White and Colors.
Price $1.25 Sale of sales .89c HATS Half Price. $1.50, $2.00. Sale Price 69c, 89c, 110. Regular Value, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00,
Reg. Val. $1.50, Sale of sales price 98c $2.00 for $1.00, up to $5.00 for $1.40. i $1.25. $1.50. Sale Price, 43c, 50c, 63c,
89c, 98c, $1.10.SHEETING .
$2.50. IN
NOTION'S-All at 25 per cent off Reg-
WASH SUITS-A11 Sizes. HOUSE DRESSES- ular prices. -
BOYS Value for. .. .. .$ .89 Nine quarters Regular Value 35c. Sale
Regular Value, $1.00, $1.10, $1.25,
$1.25 Value for ....... .98 $1.50. Sale Price, 83c, 98c, $1.0), $1.10 21Yze. Ten quarters, Regular Value
$1.50 Value for .. . .. ... 1.10 BOOTS J\AND SHOES" [ VEHALLS-For Men 31e, Sale 30c.TOWELSCotton..
$1.85 value for . . . . 1.35; HOSE SUPPORTERS-At 10, 15, 23c: O Overalls for Every Trade in
BLEACHING 8c Value for. .6'/jC THE FAMOUS "EIFFEL" nOSE- Denim, Kaki, Drill and the New .

lOc Value for ... .... . .... .. .8 ft c The hose with a steadfast guarantee.The Poplin. lOc, 12&c, loe> ,
12c Value for ... .. .. .....lOc hose for all occasions. For Children and Women Regular Values $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, 20c. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, 12c, 16c.
15c Value for.......... .. .12c Regular 15c Value for. . ..12c 175. Sale Price, 90c, 93c, $1.15, $1.25; TOWELS-Linen

BELTS for Boys and Men. Regular 25c Value for. . . .20e TABLE OILCLOTH-In White* Black Regular Value 25c, 35c, 50c. Sale
Regular Value 35c 50c 75c, $1.00 Regular 35c Value for. . . .29c and colors. Price ISc, 29c, 43c.
Sale. Price 29c, 43c, 62c, 83c.CORSETS ; Regular 50c Value for. . . 43c PAIRS PATENTS, T'VO Regular Price, 19c.Value 29c,,43c.25c, 35c, 50c. Sale TABLE LINEN-Pure Linen
TOXFORDS Regular Value 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
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Value for. .89c
Regular $1.00
DALS, BUTTON BOOTS, ,
$1.50. Sale Price 28(', 43c, 65c: 89c,
"Warner's" Make. CHILDREN'S HOSE-Regular Value, In almost all sizes. 110.
Value 50, 59, 75, $1.00, 15c 25c, 35c. Sale Price 12ft, 20, 29c ETC. SLIPS-In Fine Cam-
43c. 50c. 63c; 8:>c. 150 Pairs Imported Lisle Lace Hose- Regular Values, $1.35, to $1.50. "Sale of Sales" PRINCESS sizes. TABLE LIXEX- Ierceriz'd
Regular Value, 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c. Sale
All Sizes-in Black White and Tan, Regular Value, $1.00, $1.25,
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES in Regular 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 31c. Price, 98c. $1.50, $2.00. Sale Price, 89c, 98c, $1.20, Price 2Sc, 43c, 50c, 60c.
white and colors, Sizes 6 *nos. to 14 $1.65.: TICKIXG-

years. FOR MEN AND WOMENPAIRSINCLUDING I Regular Value 12&c, 15c, 20c. Sale .
Reg. Values 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, JABOTS Dainty 25c, 35c Lace, 50c, 75c.and PILLOW SLIPS Price lOc, 12 ftc, 15c.
$1.50. Sale Price 45c, 55c, 63c, 89c, 150 LADIES BUTTON Regular Value, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c. ----- -_ .' --- -----
98c, $1.15.CHEMISESAll. Sale Price 19c, 29c, 39c, 59c. PATENTS, KIDS, TAN KIDS AND Sale Price, 12ftc, 17c, 20c, 27c, 43c.
SUITS "Comfy Cuts-
Regular Value $1.00 Sizes for-New. .Designs. .89c JUMPERS-For Men-All Sizes in CALFS IN HIGH AND LOW SHOES AND PANTS-:Men's, in all Wool and UNION Value-SOc, for 45c.
Kahki. Drill, Denim and Duck. PUMPS. Worsteds. SUITS-Tight Knee
Regular Value $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, Sale Regular Value, $1.50, $2.50, $4.00, Regular Value 25c, for 19c.
-White Lace and Em- Price 89c, 98c, 120. Regular Values, $3.00 to $4.00. "Sale of Sales $5.00, $6.00. Sale Price, $1.20, $1.93, UNION SUITS FOR MEN-In "B.
DRESSES -Sizes 34 to 44. With Price, $1.98. $2.98, $3.75 $4.50.PAN'SMen's V. D." and "Porosknit"
the New Madras and Balkan Dainty Crepe, Rip Working Regular Value, $1.00 suit, Sale Price,
effects. KIMONOS Persian Lawns. 89c Suit.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN Regular Value, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, '
Reg. Value $4.50, $5.50 $6.50, $7.50 Charming Designs and Color ,
.. $1.75. Sale Price, 93c, 98c, $1.20, $1.35 UMBRELLAS-Plain, Fancy and Gold
Sale Price $3.00, $4.25, $5.00, $5.75 i ings. Regular Value $1.00, $1.10, Mounted
$1.25, $1.50. Sale Price 83c, 93c, $1.03: PAIRS INCLUDES "SOROSIS" "QUEENQUALITY"
DRAWERS, Open and Closed $1.20 150 PARASOLS-$1.75 to $5.50, 25 per Regular Value. $1.00, $1.25 $1.50,
Children's lOc, 15c, and 20e. 'I AND "BANNISTER'S" In cent discount $2.00, $2.50, $4.00, $5.00. Sale Price
Women's 35c, 50c, and 75c. KNICKERBOCKERS For Boys, Patents, Tans and Gun Metals, in High and Low 89c, 98c, $1.10, $1.50, $1.98, $2.75, $3.75
I from 5 years to 17 years. Regular
DIMITY, Fine Check. 230: yards. Value 50c, 75c, $1.00, $155. $1.50, Shoes and Pumps. QUALITY SHOES-We
Regular Value 15c. Sale price ...lOc $2.00. Sale Price, 43c, 60c, 83c, 98c, Regular Values $3.50, to $6.00. "Sale of Sales" OUEEN Sole Agents and carry VESTS-For Ladies "
$1.15, $1.50. and representative range Cut" and "Stay On. ..
Price $2.35.A of this famous Sterling make. "See Regular Value lOc, 12c, 25c
MBROIDER1ES WENS-Irish-Natural Colors. Special ad with reference to these. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, 20c.
liEiiiP 2,000 yards at lOc yard. All L Regular Value 25e, 30c, 35c, 40c, VESTS-For Children
widths. All Patterns 50c. Sale 19c. 23c, 29c, 34c, 43c HOT WEATHER SPECIAL FOR MEN ONLY Regular Value 15c, 20c, 25c. Sale
QUILTS-White and Colors in Honey Price 12Kjc, 17c, 20c.
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCIXGS TABLE LINEN-Double Width. MEN'S STRAW HATS Comb, Marcella, etc.
Val. 59c,69c,75c,$1.00, Regular Values 35c., 50c, 60c, 75c,
Regular $1.25
$1.00, $1.50. Sale, Price, 29c. 43c, 50c, ALL WE HAVE LEFT-And we have a few, and Regular Values, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Lawn and Cambric
Sale Price 45c,ooc,60c, .. 85,.. 98 60c, 89c, $1.20. $1.75, $2.00. Sale Price, S9c, 98c, $1.10 WAISTS-In
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every head can be fitted.A $1.35; $1.50. to
EMBROIDERED DRESSES-In the LINONS and LINENES- $2.00 Hat for $1.00. A $3.00 Hat for $1.50. Choose from
Newest Styles of this Season's Cre Regular Value, lOc, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25 Regular Value 65c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
ations-Regular $3.501.50, $5.50, Sale Price 8c, lOc, 12c, loe, 20c.MIDDY JUST HALF PRICE ROMPERS Children and Ripplette in Ging, in Sale Price, 50c, 89c, 98c, $1.10.

$6.50, 7.50. Sale Price $2.98, $3.23, up eight years. WAISTS-Silk, in China, Taffeta and
4.25, $5.00, $5.75.CAPONSIn. BLOUSES-In Styles. Sailor and ODDMENTS IN MEN'S SUITS AND PANTSIN Regular Value, 50c, 60c, 75c. Sale Messaline.
Price 43c 53c 60c. Regular Value, $2.50. $3.00, $3.50,
$1.00, $1.25, and $1.50 TWEEDS AND WORSTEDSSuits $3.75. Sale Price $1.93, $2.49, $2.98,
for
98c. $ RAIN COATS-"Rubberized in Fine $3.00.

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

Sale Price 12}=e, lie, 15c, 20c MOSQUITO BARS-$1.39 up.MEN'S Suits $14.00 for________________________ 7.00 RUBBER SXEAKERS-For Men and and Regular Colors Value, from, 90e two, $1.00 to eight, $1.2 year, $1.50*. ,

FLAiXELS-Outing and Canton. Suits $10.00 for________________________ 5.00 Boys. All sizes up to No. 2.59c. $2.00. Sale Price 80c, 85c, 93c, $1.20,
Reg. Value lOc, 12c, 15cc Sale Price Soft and SHIRTS-Whites Stiff. Regular Value and, 50c Colors, 65c Pants $1.75 for__________________________$ .88 From 2}= up, 75c. $1.50.

7Yze, lOc,12.4c. 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale Price, 43c, Pants $2.00 for__________________________ 1.00 -10 per cent off all plain
FLANNELS, All Wool-Welch) 50c, 63c, 89c, 98c, $1.10. Pants $2.50 for__________________________ 1.25 SILKS Blacks and Colors. WIDE CHECK DIMITY 1 I,

___________________ SIIEETS-Hemmed and stitched YARD
Value, 35c, 40c, 50c. Sale MEN'S WHITE DUCK PANTS Pants $4.00 for______ 2.00 Cloth)
Regular 29c, 32tfc, 40c. Best Value, $2.00, and $2.50. Sale Pants $5.00 for__________________________ 2.50 Regular Value, 50c, 65c, 85c, each. 250 yards Regular 15c value,
Price, Price, $1.00 and $L25. Sale Price, 43c, 59c, 69c each. Sale Price lOc, yard.
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WE DO NOT REQUIRE TO CLOSE UP FOR A DAY OR SO IN ORDER TO REMARK OUR GOODS TO
T illS IS SOMTIIICORTll{ \ MAKING A NOT{ Of
SALE PRICES. ALL OUR GOODS ARE MARKED IN THE ORIGINAL PLAIN FIGURES. OUR CUSTOMERS !i

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




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. THE NEED OF A LABOR LEADERThe THE TARIFF BILL AT LAST The First-Second National Bank of i f HIIIMIMMM
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The Daily I Pittsburg, an institution that got its I
South Florida Sentinel aggravated and aggravating Thursday the Underwood-Simmons: hyphenated name the same as news-
street car strike in Birmingham, Ala., Tariff Bill went to the public printerand papers some times get them, by com
% -MORNING---AND- WEEKLY has attracted considerable attention, it looks now that not later than bining, has failed The usual sup- w agli allul[ r Po1ili Ii IiYour
Entered at the poet office at Orlando, and is in nothing worse than the following Monday debate on the bill will beginin position is that National banks are
florid as Second Class Mail Matter. news item sets out: the senate.It especially safe because of the fact
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES "A. H. Ford, president; George C. is much to be hoped that there that to a certain extent they are controlled -

Harris, superintendent of transportation will be no filibustering and dilly dally- by the United States govern car regularly, several times a month, and at same
THE DAILY SENTINELOne of the Birmingham Railway, ing over the measure in the upper ment. But the officials of the defunct
Year $5.00 Light and Power company; J. A. house. bank above mentioned say they failed time have all the joints, bolts, nuts, etc., greased and oiled.It .

Six Months . . ... ...... 2.5i Walker, J. T. Hury and L. J. Sacre, all! The country has endorsed the meas. partly because the government did not will make
I your car last longer and look great deal
Jhree Months.... ..... ... ... 1.25 charged with kidnaping, waived pre- ure in the election of the present ad- give them a square deal. Without a
liminary hearing before Judge H. B. ministration. The tariff was the desiring to make any invidious comparisons better. We have a special rate for this service by the
Orlando, 50 cents
in per I
carrier
By news Abernethy and were bound over to chiefest issue discussed, and the demo- there are corporations, ,
.nth. Daily and Sunday. _____ month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it .
the to and combinations over.In
await the action of the grand jury in crats were given opportunity mergers generally !
The sale Orlando in Orlando Morning at Curtis Sentinel& O'Neal's can be found BookStore the sum of $300 each. put into effect the party's theory of all over the country that are hinting!
CB and Wright Brothers. Bonds were immediately furnished government in this particular.It the same thing about themselves. On r ,
We-will appreciate prompt complaint iDelivery if with each of the defendants as prin- is impossible for the republicansto the other hand there are millions of *ill"
is not promptly made by our carriers cipal on his own bond and G. B. McCormack defeat the measure. It is there- common people all over the country I
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap- and II. L. Badham as sure- fore unwise to delay legislation by who say they will fail unless something -
plication. ties on each. Hugh Morrow appearedas holding up the bill through parlia- is done to regulate or annihi- '
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL counsel for the defendants. White mentary moves and tricks. The late the trusts. Mr. Wilson and his
Gibson for the prosecution. The mat- country is impatient of delay, and the crowd of legal "Mc's" are going after
for year, by mail postage paid......... $1.00 Shop. W orK
>ddress THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. ter is now taken out of the lower business interests are anxious for the some of them in good shape.
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building courts and it will be necessary for the matter to be settled. o
Phone 24 grand jury, which meets September Senator Smoot, who will have The Times-Union Philosopher"
----- - -- ---- --- ---- further : charge of the bill, for the republicans,
1, to make investigations.
any scintillates of the
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor i many rays pure charge of "Gus" Pfenning, who is now back at work,
that
the
"The defendants were arrested following seems to be of opinion no article. But for unaduterated sophistry -
SATURDAY, JULY 12TH, 1913. the incident in which W. F. obstacles will be put in the way of the I we think the following ought to assures you of getting the very best mechanical work that
Welch, labor organizer, was alleged to passage of the bill, and that the republicans -
I win the first prize. It is taken from
Many a dime that falls into a blind have been compelled to leave town.1 are inclined to let the meas- the Editorial column: "Allison B. can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as can be

leggar's hands goes for an eyeopener. The case attracted much interest and I I ure reach the President at an early Armour at the Kaiser's little beer gar made.

o quite a number of people were present -I date. den party drank lemonade and told
It doesn't do a fellow any good to at the trial yesterday." 1 I I o I II the people that one could save money
know the ropes if he hasn't got a The parties arrested are among the I BRICK ROADSOn ay not drinking or smoking. Some *ill"

pull. most influential and useful personsin I few coins could, also be laid away for
o the city of Birmingham. Everyone the 29th of this month Hills- the next generation to "blow" by re-
We don't know much about money of them is of fine character, as boro county is going to do the big- fraining from food, and by staying
"on call," except that there is a call happens to be known by this paper, gest thing that she ever did, or she indoors very few clothes would be
for most of ours. and yet we have here the farce of is going to make one of the biggest needed."
o their arrest.It blunders she has ever made. That is o I.I..PhILL1PS r & ON

Almost any of us are willing to be is true, these men represent a the day set in that county for votinga Big Special Feature Today
the pacemakers when the fellow startsto great corporation, and, therefore, it bond issue of one million dollars for
run through a fortune. may be said that it is the old questionof BRICK ROADS. If the bond issue j Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12. SUCCESSORS TO
o labor and the corporation. Be carried, a mighty thing will have been The great drama, "Carmen" in Three
S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGEitHltMIHMOIMMMIMMMH
The Toledo Blade has no sympathywith that as it may, what we want to says done by the people of Hillsboro coun- Reels, with all star cast. Don't miss
those who dread dog days, insisting that labor has its rights and we this feature.
that they cannot be any worse are glad of the successful issue of ty.We are particularly anxious, how- ** HMMIIHilffi

than cat nights. every move whereby labor comes into ever, for the people to get accustomedto
o its own. It ought to have much more using such figures and hearing such
Don't get a bit discouraged if you than it is getting, and corporations sounds as one million dollars for
didn't get a June bride. We know have much to answer for, and they do BRICK ROADS. There are various

some awfully good girls willing to many things unnecessary for their ways of educating people to a corres- WEDDINGGIFTS
get. married in July.o. own protection and that, at the same pondence with their time. We are -
time, arouse the passions of their em- living in million dollar times. The
The Berlin Medical Society turned ployes. country is undertaking big things
Friedman down by rejecting a requestto Yet it is foolish for labor to resortto everywhere, and Florida must be
have a committee test his vaccinefor any such asinine measures as the brought up to the spirit of the hour.!'
tuberculosis. The decision was above clipping points to. A good, We are mighty glad that Judge
The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,
greeted with cries of "Bravo" by the sane, quiet leader would have advised Cheney proposes to introduce a reso-
society. against any such procedure. lution at the next meeting of the Or- Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
0 What labor needs most, in America, lando Board of Trade looking to an
for the wedding-gift seeker.
That Oklahoma man who shot and is a Leader with Brains. arousing of the County of Orange to
killed one man and seriously woundeda 0 the issuing of bonds to the amountof
lady, over a dispute about a row of DONT BE A KNOCKER $500,000 for good roads. These things are so varied in style and price as to give .

beans, must have been raised in Bos- Let everybody talk the measure, get almost limitless choice.
ton where beans and culture rank next If your neighbor is prosperous, let used to the figures and the sum of' .
in to l life itself. him Don't growl will not large, willit
importance prosper. grunt, or money seem so nor
From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a
o grumble. Say a good word for him appear as a difficult task for this I
The county commissioners of Lee and let him go at that. Don't be a great county. I dollar and upward.
county have ordered an election to knocker. Your turn will come. No one o

ratify or reject the question of issu- man is the whole show. If you see i i i The present war against opium The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
ing bonds to the amount of $200,000for that the town is moving along nicely,I I and its various forms is a mighty
building good roads. On the feel good about it. Help things along,j i and a righteous one, in which every the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
basis of population and valuation we shove a little. Try to get some of the 1 I right-minded citizen will take up the tained.
think this is about in proportion to the benefit yourself. Don't stand around cudgels. Investigations already .
proposed $500,000 for Orange county. like a chilly old cadaver. Don't waste made are startling in detail, when we *
Your most critical inspection is invited.
Q your time feeling sore because some find that the insidious drug may come
business man in Orlando fellow has little sand and
Every a more disguised into our own homes. It is
Should take an interest in our Boardof ense than you have. Do a little hustling used in tobacco, in candy and in other'I
Trade, for it is working hard in yourself. Don't be a knocker.We ways to destroy morally and physi}
their interests, by trying to bring cally. Dr. Glickstein has just been i
more industries and more settlers to know of a few men in this com- sentenced to serve two years in the :R
our town. Now, Mr. Merchant, if you munity who are willing to go to Africa -I Federal prison at Atlanta and to pay j I Ia
Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
are not a member'of the Orlando as missionaries, but who are not fine of $3,000 for using U. S. mails !
Board of Trade, see that you get your willing to take care of a cross baby in marketing cocaine, and for the ,
name enrolled at once for a tired wife for half an hour.A manufacture and sale of smoking

oWe o opium. What punishment is severe
hear many compliments for the New York hospital is experimenting enough for the man who piles up I POST OFFICE
Orange County Citizen in its new with illuminating the floors of wealth by the destruction of his fellowman -
small magazine form of sixteen pagesof rooms from beneath with electric ? I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

four columns each. The editor and lamps set under glass and backed by ,
proprietor, Mr. C. E. Howard, has avery reflectors. Cupid still continues to cut capers.
original way of doing and say- I
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make up of his excellent paper is an-

other evidence of progress.o AUTOMOBILE'BULLETIN I

Won't it be lovely when some of the j CleanSweepSaleBOillllill
buildings are finished and we can walk i
on the sidewalks? Times-Union.
Down here we are thinking how lovelyit
will be when the sewer pipe is all
out of the way and the ditches all :I

filled fordmitchellhupmobiles.up so we can drive our At Reobuick-presentwe !I [i i [ Sallli'Ilay JJ Jlm 28

cannot go more than two blocks
without reversing and backing out. These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

o I guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped

A woman died recently at the age and ready to run. I Continuing Through July 13
of fifty-five who was the mother of I
eighteen sons and daughters, fifteen : A

Of whom attended her funeral. Small 1 1912 20 H. Roadster, Good Condition, T GIVEN AWAY '
:wonder is it indeed that the poor 'i Free Free !
woman folded her tired hands over I $400.00
her suffering heart and closed her!

eyes for her long sleep. And that I i To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
large flock left motherless, to the I
mercy of the world. This family lives 1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger $300ONE be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

at Miller, South Dakota.A .
o three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EX-
recent vote of the senior class TRA TIRE FULLY EQUIPPED- selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
at Princeton, expressing their preference -
in several lines is most interest- SHOCK ABSORBERS ETC., _________ $600

Ing. Here are some cf them: Favor- YOURS FOR BUSINESS
ite language, French: favorite girls' i HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES
college, Vassar; favorite college next i YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME
to Princeton, Yale; favorite man's "
AS FACTORY JOB Marion B. Ives
name, John; favorite girl's name, I
Helen; favorite composer, Wagner; I I i I
favorite book, the bible; driest book,
Sartor Resartus. W e agree with the EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
"grave and reverend" seniors on the:i! San Juan Garage PARLORS

last point at least,.for we can't wade Second Floor
through that book of Carlisle's, Too II I I
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Mr. J. :\Wigfall, a popular at- A CREDIT TO ORLANDO 'ORLANDO FOLKS ENTERTAINED HllllMIIIMMtlllMiillllMIMMmMICMHMMK t I

tache of the Orlando Steam Laundry,

left last night for a visit to Charleston Dr. P. Phillips is improving his H. Edmund Swabey acted host in

THE TUNER S. C. beautiful home on Lake Lucerne and generous style July 4. His home "The SANTI FLUSH

ORLANDO FLA. adding largely to its attractivenessand Bijou," was open to his friends all

j1 Pay your poll tax before Saturday, when completed, it will be one of day, offering an attractive resting

July 12th, if you want to vote in the the most elegant homes in the city.A place for a number of visitors as wellas _

and election on Commission Form of Government perfectly fitted up-to-date bath refreshments of the most temptingkind FOR CLEANSING AND KEEPING WATER CLOSET
W. Connor
Mr. and Mrs. 0. room has been added to the first floor including sandwiches, fruit

1liss Connor, of Tangerine, were vis- containing the latest in furnishingsand punch, cakes and ices. Among those BOWLS SANITARY AND WHITE AS NEW

itors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. Mr. W. J. Middlekauff, traveling sanitary devices, making a most I who partook of his hospitality were

Kirkland, freight agent of the Illinois Central alluring place in which to refresh the Misses Sallie Taylor, Agnes Persons, 'II'I'II'IIIIII'IIIIII'I'

J. G. division passen- Raidroad, spent yesterday in Orlandoin outer man, while the south porch will Agnes Kinnon, W. W. Martin and t
Coast Line TOILET PAPER i
Atlantic
ger Agent of the the interest of his company. While expand and take on a more extensive wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wade, and Sam

was up from Tampa yesterday. here, he paid the Sentinel a pleasantcall. floor with architecture of a style to Griffin, all of Orlando, and Mayor ;t; THE BEST IN THE CITY 3 i!

correspond with the contour of the James W. Lilly, Senator Arthur E. "
left last night 11'11111111111'111111111FLOWERS
Judge Wm. Martin house. The east side will be made Donegan, Mr. McAllister, J. H. Reese

for Elizabeth City, N. C<, his old Messrs. J. W. Sample and Chas. H. comfortable and inviting with screen- and a number of other town and coun-

home, where he will spend a month. Walker, of Bartow and Harry Piano, veranda, beautified and made a place ty folks. and PLANTSWe

of Winter Park, members of the Ci- for comfort and relaxation with ta- Mr. Swabey's unique residence was

Mr. A. M. Starbird, one of Apopka'shustling trus Exchange, in company with Mr. bles, chairs and rugs. The interiorof the subject of interested inspectionand

business men was in town A. B. Johnson and Mr. L. W. Tilden, the house is redecorated accordingto comment on the part of the visit- have a floral garden in connection with our grocery
business af-
yesterday looking after inspected the groves and packing the latest lines of art in delicate ors. The building is covered, sides and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive i

fairs. houses in Western Orange yesterday. tints of paper and mouldings, each and roof, with asbestos shingles, and prompt attention.

room in colors suitable to its situationand i the construction is such as to makeit

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McNeill and Bishop W. C. Gray returned to Or- use, producing harmony of mod- admirably suited to local climatic a

family left yesterday for Hendersonville lando last night from a visit to Key ulated coloring suggesting the musicof conditions. The physicians in the THE .

N. C., where they will spend the I West, where he went to see his friend, which Dr. and Mrs. Phillips are so crowd pronounced it a model san- SANITARY GROCERY

remainder of the summer. I Judge L. W. Bethel, who is quite ill fond.We itary and comfortable residence for 1 CARUTHERS & GORE :

in the Island City. The Bishop will congratulate them upon the pos- which Mr. Swabey is entirely respon-
Dean Sherrod i is riding around the' leave again this morning to visit session of this handsome home and ex- sible. It was after his own ideas of l Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. a

city and into the country Studebakers with one that of Clearwater, Dunedin and other placesin tend to them the wish that they may what a home should be for conven- 'II'I ''MIMf' .

the classiest looking the southern part of the State. live long to enjoy itMOONLIGHT ience and healthful living.Kissimmee -

has been seen for some time. -. Journal. BISHOP MORRISON WILL PREACH I f+ifH Hi-----

Carl Dann seems to be a punsteras PICNICA HERE SUNDAY
Mr. M. }1. Smith and family will 1 I
PAPER PLEASES HIM
well hustler for the back'of
as a on
leave Monday for the mountains. They bulf
York and other his buggy seat he has a sign read j I congenial party of friends, mostly Everybody will be delighted to know Refining Co1H

will also visit New ing, "We Really State Facts About I: attaches of N. P. Yowell's Dry Chicago, Ill., July 9, 1913. that Bishop Morrison will preach to i

points East before their return Real Estate." The above was so fun-i I i Goods Emporium, made a pilgrimage Sentinel Publishing Co., Orlando, Fla., the Orlando people Sunday morningat

ny that it inspired Tiff Hammond toi i i ito i Lake Jackson, near Winter Park, Gentlemen the Grand Theatre. iF .

Mr. Leonard Bumby is having a remark that Marcus Floyd told him!Thursday! afternoon. They carried I I I hand you herewith check for $1.70 The Bishop has been sick for some "
erectedon
handsome ten-room residence Ed Dann was the State Bank's heavi- i'along i a beautiful supply of fishing in full payment for bill rendered months and has not preached since' Kerosene

Delaney street, which adds muchto est depositor. Reasoning along the!I paraphernalia and succeeded in in- i which pays for your valuable paper last February. He wrote Dr. Wray, j "

the appearance of that popular same line we expect Tiff is about the I veighling the finny tribe to be takenin for the balance of the year.I the pastor, last Monday from Red I Gasoline

thoroughfare.Mr. lightestMr. out of the wet so that by the time cannot tell you how I enjoyed Sulphur Springs, West Va., that he i
I
I for regaling the inner man had ar.I reading the Sentinel. I honestly think could lay the corner stone Tuesdaybut :
and Mrs. D. Quina left last I Lubricating
visit rela- Hanson, the Pine street shoemaker )i j rived, a fish fry and splendid supper. that you have the best paper I have would not be able to preach Sun- i I

night for Jacksonville to has been attacked with a fever I j (supplemented by supplies brought ever seen in any town the size of Or- day. I Oils and Greases
tives. Mr. Quina will return Monday,
similar to that which has got after from, Orlando) was served in regular lando. I have been in the advertising Yesterday, at Jacksonville on his

but Mrs. Quina .will spend a monthin Tom Mann. Mr. Hanson says he I I picnic style, and with the increased business for fifteen years and have way to his home at Leesburg, Fla., Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

the metropolis.The would like to interest his neighbors'I'appetites I the result of strenuous ex- published a dozen papers myself andI he wired Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey, his'

to build at the same time he does, but\: ercise, this was not the least enjoyable think I am really qualified to judge. life-long friend that he was much im.proved .
rats under the old Hyer Sta- ..tli4
he thinks now is the accepted time]I i feature. Hope to do great things for Orange and that he would be able to i
ble had general exodus yesterdayand
a
and he is not going to wait for them.j I The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. county during the next few years andI preach Sunday. j '

last evening after the floors were He will soon begin work on a newt i{i W. D. Yowell, Mrs. Land, Miss Gard, trust that what I do will be so thor- This will be a great occasion with j : :
rodents
the
taken up. Some had of hair and whis-were building to occupy the site of his pres-j j'i Miss Mattie Young, Miss May Young, oughly appreciated that jt will at the Orlando Methodists and the entire I 450

so old they gray : ent shop. I ji i Mr. Hugh Davids and Mr. Frank Allen some time merit a substantial recog- city. Another notable service will take I (ESJ{ 269

kers. I II ; returned to the city about 10' nition from the citizens and businessmen place when Tuesday, at 5 p. m., the

I L! D. Jones, of Winter Garden, Or-! o'clock and called on Mr. W. J. Rex, of your town and county. corner stone will be laid of the new : : Orlando -- FloridaWEST i i iMHIimilMf
Judge and Mrs. T. P. Warlow and ,
lando and Tampa, manager of the the genial manager of the White Thanking you for your many kind- Methodist church, one of the finestin
left auto for
by
family yesterday
Florida Citrus Exchange, was in the Store and presented him with a most nesses and assuring you of my kindest the State: The city band will fur
Seabreeze, where they will enjoy the
city yesterday. He told the Sentinel liberal supply of their bountiful catch. success, I am. nish music at the laying of the corner -
splendid bathing and fishing. The I
man that he left the Tampa office a Yours very truly, stone. ORANGE FOR BRICK
Judge will return next week, but the
few days ago intending to go to his I J. B. PERRINE, ROADS
will remain CIVIC LEAGUE .
the family some time. JUNIOR MEETINGThe
native State, Ohio, to spend his vaca COULD NOT EAT BREAKFAST

tion. He stopped over for a short A DELIGHTFUL TRIP WITHOUT IT Apopka, Fla., July 11, 1913.
If need of the I
you watching, go around meeting Junior Civic
at his Winter Garden home and
stay To the SentinelAt :-
and look at he attractive display of. I League took place at the San Juan
it was comfortable, and the reports! Mrs. B. Drew and daughter, Miss i Mr. Grouch "I'm not a regular meeting of the Apopka
spending
time-pieces in T. H.Evan's display win. I Hotel Thursday afternoon. After the any
from Ohio were so unfavorable, that' Helen, left Thursday in their touringcar I of my hard-earned cash on newspa- Board of Trade held July 10th, the
dow. If you fail to find one to pleaseyou business of the society was transactedthe
he has decided to remain right herein for Sanford, where they sailed on I pers; there's nothing in 'em worth following resolution was passed unanimously -
in the varied and beautiful assort members themselves to
Orange county until it is time to| gave over the Clyde Line for a trip down the :
ment not worth watching.Mrs. making. Mock Ii reading.
weddings
are seem
you merry
return to his office in St. Johns River to Jacksonville there
Tampa. j Mrs. G.-"Well, I was calling todayat Whereas, It is an established fact
I to have the day and in
i iI were plenty.
they will visit relatives until Tues I that good roads in
Mrs. Reedem's and she said the any section hasa
James T. Henry, of Orlando, !j Miss Kathryn Badger was united to
Did you ever think what your ad! day. Thence they go to Southport, Sentinel left her before I stronger tendency to improve and
(I I was on doorstep -
wanted to give her husband some use (Mr.) Lillian Jones, Miss Helen Hos-
in the local newspaper is doing for)I N. C., where, after a couple of weeks she awake in the upbuild that section than almost
I was morningand any
ful present for his birthday today, so !| kins to (Mr.) Marjory Davis, Miss i
you, says an exchange When youj sojourn, they will be joined by Mr. she found it such a splendid pa- other one thing that can be advancedand ,
has entered his .
subscription to the i Lloyd Davis toIr. ) Frances Hos-
close your store in the go'j Drew and will visit at several of the per, containing all the latest news good roads is one of the first
Tribune for a year. Mr. Henry to receive thinking kins. The minister tieing the knots
the home to your family-not : principal cities and pleasure resorts. that she would be lost without it. I things that the particular kind of im-
first this morning.- being the (Rev.) Henrietta Rock.
copy
Tribune.Dr. about your business at all-then it is i i Their itinerary includes Washington do wish we might give it a month's migrant that our State and county
Tampa Then the Old Reel
came Virginia
that the paper is being pouVed over in I i City, New York, Atlantic City, trial." needs, the modern farmer, will look

Thomas Abernethy returned hundreds of homes-the homes from,II and adjournment.On refreshments, the League yell and a trip up the Hudson River to Albany,' :Mr. G. (One month later)-"I thinkI for.

I which your ad is doing its work silently sight-seeing in the Adirondacks and will pay a year's subscription fore Therefore, Be it resolved by the
yesterday from Tampa, where he had
but surely; and if you have taken later to Newport, Ky. the Sentinel this morning; I didn't j Apopka Board of Trade, representingthe
been for a couple of weeks with rel- account of not being able to secure -
I the pains to make it attractive, its : They will return to Orlando the know one could get so attached to a1! territory of West Orange, that theCounty
atives and friends. He came throughin a suitable shop I have stored
l work will be all the more attractive latter part of October. that he couldn't eat breakfast; Commissioners of Orange
his auto, leaving Tampa at 7 o'clock : my goods for the present. I havein paper
I This is repeated over and over again without it"TRANSI'ORTATION county be requested to take up the
and arriving here at 3:30. Miss Car- : course of construction one of the
I and is no doubt what inspired some DEATH OF MHS. CONROY I matter of bonding the county for not
rie Whittaker came with him to visit best and nicest lines of boys clothing
I writer to call newspaper advertisinga less than $500,000 for the
her grand mother, Mrs. B. G. Aber- south of Jacksonville. Hope to sup- PEOPLE VISIT I purposeof
nethy.Mr.. I silent drummer. But, if you have ply wants The body of Mrs. Sarah Isabelle ORLANDOThe building brick roads, at their earliest .
soon.
nothing to sell, it is no use advertising, your Conroy, who died in Plymouth Wed- convenience and that a copy of
I Thanking all customers for
I in your local paper. i my in the Or- j this resolution be sent to the County
laid
to rest
nesday, was
Seaboard Air Line weillrepresented !
Robert Magruder, of Orlando,I j I their kind and appreciated patronage, was
had an unpleasant experience Saturday -!' I' hoping to be able, to serve them bet- lando cemetery yesterday. Mrs. Con- in Orlando yesterday Commissioners and all newspapers
Kaolin is the most important raw! of and and Boards of Trade in the county.
roy was sixty-five years age the road's .I
afternoon as a result of being : ter in the future, I am yours for i among representa.tives
i i product entering into the manufacture children of Apopka Board of Trade,
is survived by six one T. J. assist-
caught by the high tide while autoingon i' our mutual interest. i were: Phillips,
the beach just south of the Port 'of hard china. The kaolin deposits i 8-12-3t J. C. ANNO, I whom is Mr. 0. P. Conroy, of this city. ant general passenger agent; C.1.. \ Frank H. Davis, President.
are situated at Coussac-Bonneval (ini i i' i The funeral arrangements were in Dickerson, division Attest, Frank S. Witherby, Sec
Orange approach. The usual results The Boys' Clothier. passenger agent;
;i the consular district of Limoges), and!
of Undertaker Hand.
followed and the car was dug out charge L Harrison, claim agent and Colfax
i have probably the purest clay in the Sanderson, commercial All of Mr. W. C. Sherman is going
about midnight and carried to Day- FOR SALE-Some one old agent. away
I
world. The year grape Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and
tona for a general cleaning up.-Vo- I most important of these;' fruit and seedling orange trees. unexcelled. Sold Caruthers those gentlemen have headquarters in about the 15th of July, those having

lusia County Record.A {I kaolin deposits extend over 2,500 Call on or address, T. J. Hill, Maitland I quality by Jacksonville. jobs in his store will please call for
& Gore. itM
acres. Florida. 7-12-6td 4tw Try
I j them before that date. No.7 Orange

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: soon be in need of a pair of shoes, a 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
' new shirt,'and a sack of flour and Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
will call for bids on these items as I Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
that is the custom of the merchants I FL'LL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- I
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get everybody
h when they.-Lake want four City dollars Index. worth of II IIprintin W EAR, EMBROIDERIES, I v a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu

LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, I cerne.
The Florida delegates to the seven STATIONERY, TOILET AR- II ;. GET A BOOK AT ONCE WHILE THEY LAST.
? teenth annual world-wide I ," 'e"IIIIIIGI"I'II"IIIO"'QIQleIIOI"I".Jtt
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with forty-eight delegates.,
1 McCULLOOTSDEPARTMENT !best-drop in today and get a jrenuin i iI
What would the great skeptic think I I I bracer. ;I THE MOST OF THE BESTFor

i if his spirit should return to earth and STORE I All flavors :
t read this head line in the sporting I the Least
' page of the big dailies,"Bob IngersollSold 'BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen
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124 South Orange Avenue .
to Cincinnati for $3000.00" But '11Ii I G1
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a famous baseball slugger instead! Tender Juicy Meats
of a slugger of orthodox Christianity.
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Lakeland,Monday morning,after suf-
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market, and you will find there is a wonderful -
fering a long time with tuberculosis. .
The Lakeland Telegram says: ")Ir.-: .. ,." ,., ." " ,, ,..,,.,,. ........ I in meals.
Pugh was one of the most popular A. I
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bell C. L cord conductors,having for that years ever had pulled a passenger a'1,': I I4 rlt ,II I I Itc
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a good man and held in highest : PHONE 105iitiiHiiioiiiiiiiiitniiiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiH
esteem by a large circle of friends :
who are now bowed in corrow at his Have room or house M
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demise. He leaves a devoted wife : tbe FREE :; _
and three children to mourn his loss, I cleaned without dust or troubleof ;' --- --J---
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j'Y is the only .;_
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all." moving furniture :\; InsuredSewing )

COTTON. PREJUDICEIt 6 : I Mid.Sufflffloree[ d Prices
is much better to take a job of : ;:'
hoeing cotton in the hot sun than it is The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced If t,c.; "''_'.Machine''/ Materials Laces Em-
to sit in the shade and cultivate one's On all Dress ,
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I' or my part(needle belt,or attachment,Ie.)
Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12. .
it will be replaced to yon without charge. for Barclay Corsets
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' proximately to cents midnight Boosters Business Classify"; three)will Boosters of received CLASSIFIED times column.30 be five words run 60 lines BOOSTERS after(in classified ctnts-,the one or;10"Too one less-ap-time o'clock advertisements week Late, 25, !'', *LAND O4N & TRUST I COMPANY A f'-' :'Hiiimimmmmmmmmmmmmimm LUCERNE l [ R [ I mini[ [



(six daily and one weekly editions) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.00.
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Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. j
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erty. S. Y. WAY. at the Close of Business
t June 30th, 1913

Sundries.Shanibarger's for bicycles and tf RESOURCESBanking PROGRAM TODAYGREAT

,' N -- House, Furnitureand

FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real Fixtures .... .. ,..,$ 25,867.37 SPECIAL FEATURE
Estate. see Jansen & Watkins Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33

6-24-lm. c":c : 1 Overdrafts .. ............. 83.98 "CARMEN"I
r # 1 Stocks and Bonds ... ..... 26,018.33
MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop A story that nearly everyone has read, the picture you
erty. See Jansen & Watkins. Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
I I want to see. One of the world's greatest dramas. In

624lm. I: Cv A I three reels, with all star cast. TODAY, SATURDAY,
Go i = s YS 1 i 'h t'F i $661,647.12 ONLY.
to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine I
; LIABILITIES
street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco Capital .. ............. ..$100,000.00
Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf I rt. 1. .; t : I Surplus and Undivided "ROSE OF CALIFORNIA" . . . . . Imp s:

I SHOP SERVICE-The very best vi ra Profits .. ....... ... ... 33,889.11 A Spanish story of the days of old 'f.
and quickest. No waiting. Free irF : t Deposits.... ........ ... 527,758.01 I
filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps. I r THIS IS UNDOUBTEDLY ONE OF THE FINEST
I. W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine .i1i: I FEATURE PROGRAMS EVER SHOWN IN OR. =
$661,647.12The
I street i LANDO.
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officers and directors of the Orlando
Mr. T. A.
Mann is moving his stock
[ of Fancy Groceries to the store on the j I Bank and Trust Co. desire to ; SPECIAL MATINEE 3:30 to 5 P. 31. Night 7:15 to
i call the attention of its
depositors and
corner of Pine and Orange Ave. formerly .' 10 p. m.
J4,4 friends and the citizens of Orlando
occupied by H. C. Robertsonand f "COME EARLY TO AVOID THE CROWDS"
to the above statement. The
will be ready for business Friday I management
1'' of the Bank feels that this showing
morning. 7-10 tf. I'T
reflects the COMING TO THE LUCERNE-The
conservative, sane and V original $100,000
Roberta Branch will be pleased to '. # I 2 _*_ 4 progressive methods employed in this Marvelous Production of "Quo Vadis." Not an Imita-
[take a limited number of pupils for:I :- JS*"* :' financial institution. Strength begets I tion, but the real picture, in eight big reels. A com

piano study, and is especially interested I confidence, and strength is no where I plete two hour and a half show. Wait for the big one. I

in beginners. Lessons given at displayed better by a bank than in I Watch for the date. I
I United States Government, State and County Depository
healthful statements to its
pupils' homes if so desired. patrons.
6-19 tfCall J Ii
... -- 0 0 1$14tFfI 4 t

give us up your the Keystone washing. Laundry This is and theji I i I I .- ...IIII..IIIIIIIIIII.lllllllllllllllllli S irella msetsNot YOU WILL SAVE MONEY

only fireproof laundry in Orlando. We 11111111.11. . .. Ity Getting Prices on Jour i
make special rates on family wash.ing Brick and Stone Work

and also do all kinds of cleaning ( Sold in Stores) 9 i Before Building. l>

and pressing. All hand work. Phone Phone or Write
483. 7-7-lw. Wear a corset made to fit you. Ask
for a to demonstration. Call or lend postcard II I F FSPIRELLA : : Acme Brick and : ; I

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conveniences CORSET PARLORS << StoneVorks i i I

I ; fronts on Ocean just southjof SOS West 8U Cor. South. Orlando, Fla. ; ; MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. J

land ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day YOUR SEWER MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRk Coraetlere A. DALLAS, Prop. \
upwards. Special rates by the ,
[week or month. We make a specialty .MMMMmiim9tMII ,
of sea food dinners Thursday even- ---- -- -- -=---- {
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lings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. CONNECTION ,

FOR SALE ,

FOR SALE-New modern five-room. Gifts to Please r
house, centrally located. Apply this'
[office. 7-1 d & w tf

NANCY HALL Sweet Potato vines
for sale $1.50 per thousand. Bears
Head Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. 6-29-13t ,
You cannot use until main Maybe safely purchased from
[BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice your sewer ceptic tanks
suburb in east of the Carl t
ensen. part city. and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which us where everything -

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

FOR SALE-Two good sound and 3
gentle mules. Fine workers anc within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,

bargain, if taken at once. Call on
for 13 cents foot.
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or I, per
ando, Fla. 7-10 d & Allen
wiOR Give this & Co.
I work to jour home company and we are t

SALE-Player piano, 88-note, I
here to that it is
see satisfactory to you, and
made
Remington, by Starr Piano 1 1j

o., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, you do not have to for it until
'lightly used, good shape in every re- pay you are satisfied

pect. Will make some reduction for with our work and is j JEWELERS
ash. Music with same. For further same inspected by city plumbing
I
Winter nformation Garden apply, Fla.to P. 0.7-10-dwtf Box 141 j'I inspector and certified to by him.


FOR RENT Orlando, M FloridaOur

?OR RENT-Six room house, furnished. -
Apply No. 7, Gould street. Centrally -
located. 29-16

OR RENT-Five room cottage with | '
all modern conveniences. Garage ,,
for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply

515 East street. 5-15 tf II I I I The F. JOSEPH RAEHN i Repair Department at ,

OR RENT-Cottage and flat, furnished !
and unfurnished. your service always. t

&-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. Plumbing and Heating Co. i :t .

)R HIRE-Nice seven passenger i
uring car. Large and roomy. tM
-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. I II mmmimtmmmmmMTHE . ..

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FOR SALE OR RENT I
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Beautiful home and grounds-of Mrs. I LOST AND FOUND 1I 1i 1 I BARGAIN IN LAW BOOKS NOTICE TO ADVERTISERSThose -M I I MARKET "
Bullock North i I "
W. ,
Shelby Street.,I LOST-Black silk watch fob with :i To close an estate 22 volumes of desiring to make changes in i !
Irs. Bullock has large holdings in I' gold locket set with diamond. Locket :!
Florida and other their advertisements must have their
Reports law books
North Georgia and she has decided to contains picture of lady and two chil- j|
e-establish her home there so will l. dren. Return to E. H. Gore and re- I j ;are offered at a very low price. Booksare copy in this office not later than noon Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
cehe reward. 7-4 tf ; practically new. List and price of each day to insure publication.
[ent her home here with the privilege!
I sent on application to the --
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undersigned.Good
j>f purchase to responsible' parties. LOST-Somewhere on the streets )
Big Feature
Special
will 'I of Orlando, a pocket book containing opportunity for lawyer starting Today AND SALT MEATS
easonable terms be given. -- -- -
I a five dollar bill,some small change i j in practice. Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12.
C. D. Chadwick
Call on for this and
i and one cent stamp. Finder return i iI P. G. WALTON, I The great drama, "Carmen" in Three FISH AND GAME t
[then desirable properties. No. 407: to Sentinel office and receive reward. I
I I 7.11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla.I Reels, with all star cast. Don't miss
outh Orange aveune. Opposite the CHAPMAN HOUSESix 1 'this feature. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
high School Building. Jul3 tf. ,
I
EVERY BODY'S DOING IT J I t
WANTED dollars a ek-'nd; ;P.N 308 NOTICE Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
I West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- Automobilingt/we are open for dates -----
IVANTED-To rent for one year, a''! Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo. picnic parties, or a crowd for an I Register and pay your poll tax now I and pure. 1
I II Ii
1 seven or nine-room house, bungalow I j evening drive. Call 360 or ask for,!and be ready to cast your ballot for
[referred. Must be centrally located. i j i. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE i+I C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf Commission Form of Government I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

}>hone 489. 7-10 2t I Those Saturday, July 12th, is the last day everything in the Meat Line. :
i ? ., 1 wishing to make trips foi I
have to attend to this
.'"fED-Second hand four-pass business or pleasure, should see mi BARGAIN IN A PRESS you matter.
enger Ford. Must be in good con- for -- -- --- -
prices. Prompt service
ition. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of- teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando guaran, Fla. I Two revolution, seven-column quarto JOB PRINTINGOur The PARLOR MARKET :

Ice. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf Campbell press. Does good work. job department is equipped I I

/ANTED-To rent several unfurnished --- -- A bargain. .Address Sentinel, Orlando with up-to-date faces of type, modern
rooms in desirable location GRAIN AND FEED STORE Fla. ,machinery and competent workmen, H. M. Self & Co.
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M. II. E., Box 598 Orlando I, :
Address Geo Chick has opened a grain and -- -- and prepared to turn out beautiful
.8 et JU -'OR- AUXILIARY SALE !'and' artistic work. I
Estimates furi
feed store on Boone street, between I -

ANTED-Position as salesman or i Church and South street, where he I The children belonging to the Junior i nished and satisfaction. guaranteed. 18.20 PINE STREET

collector. and Twenty have years experiencei is prepared to serve the public withfverything Auxiliary of the Episcopal church '; SHOP SERVICE-Xo charge for

ositions.business Best of references.held responsible' Ad- in the feed line. He respectfully will have a sale at the Chapter House'!filling oil lamps, pumping tires witht Phone No. 80BUSINESS

'.*ress W. L. D., care Sentinel office. solicits a portion of .yourtrade. on Saturday afternoon, July 12th of1 1:air filtered of water and grease. I W. ie

-". iD I 1 I 6-27-lm ice cream, cake and candy. Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street .

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..., THE PLACES Of WORSHIP


Louis C. Massey, President First Baptist.

Rev. E. T. Poulson, M. A., D. D.,
T. Pktoa War ow. Vie _Pra. 8. WtUn How. CuUv
CalMer Samuel A.Newell AM t CukUr pastor.
Babcock Mat
Howard C.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Dr. Poulson will teach the Baraca :

THESTATE Class. All young men cordially invit- :
ed. Class meets in the Armory at :

9:30 a. m.Morning. I
service, 11:00 a. m. Sub- :
ject, "Peace and Prosperity Within' : ,
BANK Thy Walls." I I :

B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. A special j WATER MARK

service on; all young people most cordially -\:


' I. of Orlando i Evening invited.service" 7:30. Subject, "My j, :I: DEPOSITSDec.

Own Purpose. 24 1912 _________________________________S9 ,151,96
This being the opening day of Dr.Poulson's \

pastorate every member of : Jan. 21,1913 ________________________________108,126.94

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND the church is most urgently requested | Feb, 21, 1913 _____________________________141,171.83
to be present and everybody most cordially -(
invited to attend these services. Mar. 24, 1913 ___________________________1 49,591.42
I .
Apr. 21 i, 1913 _________________________155,503.60
Methodist I

The Bank which transacts more business than J. E. Wray, Pastor. !1 May 21,1913 _________________ ._____1 77,366.54

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Sunday School 9:45 a. m. C. E. | June 24, 1913 ----------------- $261,099.43During

Howard, Supt.
Bishop H. C. Morrison, D. D. will
has been built service. The the summer months the banks of this section expect -
The large patronage of this Bank up preach at the morning
conducting its business on sound pastor will preach at 7:30. their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease
during twenty years by Anthem by choir, "Jerusalem! My before another official statement to the Comptroller of the

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- Glorious Home," (Perkins) currency.

The confidence of the publicis Epworth League, 6:45, p. m. H. A.
mate wants of customers. Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
Hoffner, President.
reuected in the large amount of deposits. Anthem by choir "0, Jesus Thou which makes this excellent showing possible.

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Art Standing" (Shepard)

Solo by Mr. Curry, "The Penitent"

(Vondeoatar)
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Everybody most cordially invited to

all these services. ,

Emmanuel Baptist Church
correspondent banks are located in every part of Preaching by the Pastor, Rev. Preston

Boyd, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
Sunday School at 9:45, F. N. Board-

United States. man, Supt.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday


WINTER GARDEN A GOOD MOVEMENT.The -. _. evening Sunday The Pastor School at 7:30.will lessons lecture at each on prayer the Is The Peoples National Bank I

meeting.All -
Winter Garden, July 10.-Mr. J. W. Journal heartily endorses the services of the church are heldin
Baker and family, who have been living idea presented' to the County Commissioners the Rest and Tea room on Orange 'It is a pleasure to serve you/ itt

at Sanford for the past year, have by officers of the Orange avenue, and the public is invited I to
returned here and are now occupyingthe County Fair Association that Osceola attend. Rev. Boyd will hereafter IIIMIIilMMimi
cottage owned by Mr. J. D. Mc. county have an exhibit at that event, preach in a silk robe. The robe was a i= Z HMIIIMMHIMIIHIIMtllllltlillliHtllMIMIMMUMI

Millan, on Oak Street. which is to be held in February.The gift of the members of his church. ------ -- --- -
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Miss Pauline Thompson, of Orlandois Orange county fair has proveda -

the guest of Miss Mary Fowler success, and many of our own people GENIUSThe IlillittllltlMIHHH
this week. have been patrons of it since it I

Miss Nora Tanner, who has been i in'' first became a positive and corporeal hot wave which has caused

Orlando for the past two weeks, returned !I undertaking.It widespread suffering gave a New YOWELL'S
here for the Fourth. is proposed now to make it a York beggar his golden opportunity,

Miss Nellie Joyner, our popular telephone South Florida enterprise, includingthe but it was genius that made it possible
operator, who was called awayon I counties of Osceola, Orange, Lake for him to see the opportunitywhen
account of her sister's illness, returned I Seminole and Volusia. it arrived.An .
from Georgia last week. I The association has a plant repre- exceptionally moist individual I

Mr. 0. A. Boyer, of Milwaukee, Wis.i senting I an investment of more thani in a heavy ulster appeared in a subway sPEC =: AZ

has returned home after a few days i $25,000, which incorporates a good car. Inquiry evoked the state
spent here with Mr. George Sch-] racing track. It has formed the connections ment that he was wearing the ulster,
wantke. Mr. Boyer has been in the I necessary for the conduct ofa buttoned to the throat, because
tightly up
state for the past two weeks prospecting fair which requires several years of he had no other clothes. Suffering Wash Goods V Values:
and having finished, his visit \ experience and successful operation to men in linen and flannel, coatless Skirt and s
here, this section seems to impress; i I achieve. While there has been some and perspiring, responded
him most. | talk of a fair for Osceola county, ware promptly. A collection for the bene
Willis for the A. much more inclined to favor the
Mr. T. S. agent
fit of the poor man in the overcoatwas
C. L, has to Williston on his concentration of funds and effort toward
gone
quickly taken up. The sufferer
his family making a creditable exhibit at In Poplin Pique Corduroy
will
vacation. There he join I took the money thankfully, left the ,
the Orange county fair. To attempt
for a few weeks before returning.Mr.
car, entered the next one and repeatedhis
is acting ; a separate and individual fair for this and Crash. Latest
II. H. Knight, of Mascotte, I role of the silent uncomplainingvictim Linen
agent in the absence of Mr. Wil county would tax the resources of
of heat. A second
poverty plus
the people at the outset and would require colored
lis. both white and
collection shifted him to a third car, styles
Mr. H. W. Michael, of Lake Helen, time and experience which none and his uncomfortable day netted hima I
traveling salesman for Simms Hardware has time to give. Better resultscan handsome profit.Genius.nearly .
Company of Savannah, Ga., was be obtained by exhibiting at the
always requires something Wash Goods stripe and
here Tuesday in the interest of his Orange county fair, which, under the in the way of self-sacrifice. The One Lot White ,

firm.Miss Lydia Johnson and brother left larger broadened territory scope is and to cover draw a larger much paints genius a who great writes picture an immortal or chisels poem marble checks, from 25 cents to $1.00 per yard

Tuesday for their home in Texas, aft crowds than even before.-Osceola
into the perfection of proportion,
er several weeks spent here with relatives Journal, Kissimmee. HALF PRICE
gives himself ungrudgingly to his art. AT
The capacity of the beggar for suffering
Mrs. George S. Dann and children ORLANDO TWENTY.FIVE YEARS
I uncomplainingly in the interest I
left Tuesday for a summer vacation in AGO of his art brands him akin to the other

Hampton Mr. Dan county McKinnon, Ga.and family have (From the Files of the Sentinel) things fields of by endeavor rare selfsacrifice.TO who achieve. great I Full Line of Bathing Suits. all Sizes ann Prices

returned from Maxton, N. C., after ,, Thomas F. Laubach of Chuluota, j

having spent several weeks there I i was a visitor this week. RETURN CHAKLTON FOR i
with relatives and friends on their I I -
summer vacation.Mr. i! Edward Kuhl has an orange tree in MURDER

Clifford Session has returned I| bloom, the first one we have heard of
New York, July 11.-The Italian SXJBTS -
from a very pleasant stay of a few this season. -
consulate is advised that two agents;
weeks spent on the Florida coasts.
Mr. Henry Bekemeyer and family .i Tomorrow night there will be a of the Italian government are leaving
left Wednesday for Demorest Springs, I Church Sociable at the home of In Italy today for this country to get i ; $1.25 and 1.50 Values now $0.98
Porter Charlton and take him backto
Ga., where they will spend their sum I gram Fletcher, west of town.
Italy to stand trial there for the i and 2.50 Values now 1.38
mer vacation.Mr. i $2.00
I of; extra murder of his wife on their honeymoon
On
I;. E. Waterman, manager of account municipal
the South Apopka Supply Company,, 'I work, two extra policemen, A. S. at Lake Como, on June 7 ,1910. I ; $3.00 3.50 and 4.00 Values, now 1.95N.
The authorities of the Hudson county
left early this week for New York i Hunter and J. W. Pope have been put ,
the force.R. jail in Jersey City have been directedto I
city, where he will purchase goods i on city
turn the alleged murderer over to i
for fall and winter.
J. Gillham, the has the Italian agents, in accordance with I
The many friends of Miss Bulah druggist,
Bogard will regret to learn that she fitted up an ice water fountain just the recent mandate of the United I P. YOWELL
is very low in Orlando with feverat out side of his drug store on Church States Supreme Court. Mrs. CharI- I
Dr. McEwan's sanitarium.The street. Push the handle and help ton was the divorced wife of Neville .
Boy Scouts of America under I rourself.I H. Castle, a lawyer of San Francisco ,

the leadership of Mr. J. C. Harrisonare I The Big White StoreHMIMMimilllliMHHMIIIIIMIIIMmmi
spending the week at Crooked Giles & Lord is the name of a new

Lake fishing and frolicing.Mr. 1 law, loan and real estate firm, which AT TilE FAVORITE TODAY I

George T. Smith, cashier of opened for business a few days ago. i
Winter Garden Bank, is taking a few The office is on Pine street, opposite "Boy Scouts to the Rescue"-NestorA I I
days' rest. Chapman's' drug store. picture that every boy should see. I Ii i It I II I Big Special Feature TodayI

Mr. Albert Jones is spending a few It t brims with thrills. : I Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 12.
days at Groveland, where he is taking Lewter's Land Agency is one of the "The Satchel Game"-Imp. A I I I FOR SALE I The great drama, "Carmen" in Three
Mercantile Com new institutions of Orlando. The firm "gripping" comedy. The situations.
stock for the Edge I Reels, with all star cast Don't miss
pany. is composed of Fred A. and L. W. in this comedy will make you laugh. -- 2 O7-y -- -- I this feature.

Lewter. The former gentleman was "Nobody's Love Story"-Eclair. A I America Street I II

Big Special Feature Today for several years senior member of splendid Eclair drama. I I ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY
12. the firm of Lewter & Beacham. Their Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. I I
Lucerne Theater, Saturday July 11 East Pine street will tally
The great drama, "Carmen" in Three office is on Pine street, near the post Admission five cents to all. I NEW TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch, family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces your
office. We have installed fans making
new
Reels, with all star cast. Don't miss it the coolest place in town. Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light. 10 large and 10 small. ,
this feature. We have who
many customers
California orange growers are experimenting Watch for our next feature! Apply SENTINEL OFFICE are
well pleased. Laundry called Ar and
I
wants to all Orlando with electric heaters to
fell 4
your
delivered. Phone 195. 1-9 tf 10.
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