The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


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Special to The Sentinel !J Atlanta, Ga., July 12.-Atlanta's Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 12.-Counsel ;i Atlanta, Ga., July 12.: -Another Hartford, Conn., July 12.-The "X- Washington, July 12.-Under subpoenas
London, July 12.-The reports that police war on vice took on a more representing Herbert Johns said today : sensation in the famous Crawford will ray burn," which so many experiment to appear at the same hoar:
Czar Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, had been j significant aspect Friday with several i{ he probably would apply for a' case developed Friday morning, when ers with the apparatus in its early before two separate Congressional
assassinated early in the day, during i ian new arrests in the two investigations ,,. writ of habeas corpus for the immediate !j Attorney Joseph S. James, representing i I stage of development have fallen victims committees in session at distant end
uprising at Sofia, was denied inj ramifying from the arrest of two :;:I release of Johns in jail in connection the so-called Crawford heirs filed was responsible for the death of the Capitol, Martin M. )Mulhall

an official report received here tonight I|| girls, Chief Beavers was gratified by ,,, with the death of Alice Crispel, with the auditor a verdict of a Carroll here yesterday of Burton E. Baker! who is testifying as to the alleged

Scores of persons were shot the success already achieved and by I I the 18-year-old girl, whose body was : county coroner's jury recommendingthat j inventor of the Baker water-cooled "lobbying" activities of the National
down in the streets of Sofia duringthe II the promise of further success in running -''I found in Harvey's Lake last Monday i, Mrs. Mary Belle Crawford be X-ray Tungsten target tube and other Association Manufacturers, today
disturbance, when a mob gathered' down all the phases revealed ; after she had been missing for three'I held for the death of Joshua B. Crawford !; electrical devices. I faced a puzzling situation. The tangle
in front of the Royal Palace and called i by the admission of these two girls- I'I days. At a hearing last night before in 1909. i Richard. Wagner of Chicago, at I was the result of a clash of aai -
to the Czar to abdicate.The I' Hattie Smith, arrested the other day, ; a justice of the peace Johns was held'! It seems that when Dr. H. F. Harris one time Mr. Baker's employer, died i j thority between the Senate an.t
people of Sofia are enragedover I'and Dora Rothstein, arrested Thurs- I'without bail to await the action of of the state board of health, went : under the same circumstances some House investigators.
the overwhelming defeats the I I:p: day afternoon. Every person involved the Luzerne county grand jury. I j i i to Carrollton during the latter part of years ago. : The Senate body insisted that it had

Bulgarian army suffered in Macedoniaand I I I by their confessions and by the admissions II There is friction between the coro- June of this year to exhume the bodyof Mr. Baker was sixty-three years II prior rights in the examination of

at Manner, at which the Bui.I I of others arrested upon those ner and the district attorney over: the man over whose $250,000 estateso old. When Roetgen discovered the X- Mulhall, who began his testimony last
garian Government accepted the declaration -' confessions had ken arrested or has I the case. On Thursday night a jury I many people are fighting in the I ray in 1896 Baker and Wagner became I night. As the Senate subpoena antedated
of war by Roumania. I been named and is being trailed by{' sworn in by the coroner rendered a1:' courts, that Judge Beall, of the Carrollton deeply interested and devoted I that issued by the House con>-

Semi-official dispatches from Constantinople I the city police force. One of the men"' verdict, based on the evidence pro 'I. city court, ordered a coroner's II most of their time from then on to !I mittee and the witness was in the eu.s.I -

stated that the Turkish arrested and one of the women arrested duced, exonerating Johns from any :: inquest. I experiments with X-ray machines. jtody of a Senate deputy sergeant
army at Tchatalja had begun to march I turned state's evidence and involved connection with the death of the girl. !i Following the examination of the I Six years ago Mr. Baker found that (II arms, the upper house was in a posi-
toward Thrace in an effort to drive others with themselves. District Attorney J. H. Bigelow and corpse by a physician, a jury was em- constant exposure to the X-rays produced tion to enforce its ultimatum.
the Bulgarians out of that district.I The Rothstein girl's arrest Thurs-t(the county detectives working on the I II I panelled by the Carroll county coroner -t I a 'burn' on his left hand the I When the Senate committee met it

The porte today sent a note to the day afternoon, revealed conditions I case were dissatisfied with the verdict .I and an inquest held. I second finger was amputated and he I was provided with a mass of correspondence
government at Sofia demanding the I similar to those following upon the and proceeded to try to make out I The verdict of the coroner's jury I seemed to be recovering. Later the! and documents dealing with
immediate evacuation of Enos and Smith girl's arrest and resulted immediately a prima facie case at last night's hear- i was that Joshua B. Crawford came tp ''I trouble began to show itself more the alleged "lobby" Mulhall chargu
Milda by the Bulgars. I in the detention of a six-I ing. The squire ruled that such a,' his death through morphine poisoning, alarmingly, and last April he was I was maintained by the manufacturers

teen or seventeen yearold girl, who I case had been made out and held!and the jury recommended that thei taken to St. Luke's Hospital in New I I organization.Both .

STRIKE SITUATION IS SERIOUS i claims to be a married woman. She I Johns despite the vigorous protestsof Fulton county authorities hold Mrs. York City for treatment.Dr. committees met at 9 o'clock: ,
I is held on the serious charge of having[ his counsel. t Mary Belle Crawford, the widow for Robert Abbe performed two I I but Mulhall and J. II. McMichael :.pI -

Special to the Sentinel induced the fourteen-year-old Roth- :I Several of the witnesses examined the crime. operations the second with radium. :I I peared at the Senate committee room
New York, July 12.-"Unless some I stein girl into following her into evil! last night admitted having been with i The announcement that a coroner's:I: The prospect that Mr. Baker would and I II i were placed under guard of u

thing akin to a miracle happens, a ways. Bond of $1,000 was assessed Miss Crispel and Johns on the night jury had held an inquest in Carroll I I recover was then very bright, but toward I:assistant sergeant at arms. The louse
strike will be ordered tomorrow or against her. I of the Fourth of July, when she was county over the body of the pioneer, the end of May, after he had II committee, minus its expected witnesses
Monday on forty-two Eastern railroads I "Mrs." Corinne Wilson is the name I I last seen. All testified there had been who died in Fulton, but who was buried '! been brought back to his home in this, went into an executive session -

which have refused the demands -i of the elder girl, who is to face the I I much beer drinking and that both there, was as complete a surpriseto city, it was obvious that no physician to plan further action.
of conductors and trainmen for tan more serious charge. She gave her Johns and the girl had become ill. the attorneys for Mrs. Crawfordas i could do anything for him. The Senate committee, fearful of

increase in wages. This statementwas address as 334 Highland avenue. Dora II I Several of the witnesses testified was the announcement last Wednesday j It is pointed out by men skilled in I further attempts by the House to get
made by A. B. Garretson, president Rothstein, aged fourten, is the name'(,(Johns had promised to take the girl I that Dr. Harris had exhumed : the use of the X-ray that the apparatus hold of Mulhall or his voluminous
of the Conductors' Brotherhood,I of her confessing novitiate. A. C.j i i i to her home. I, the body four years after death and : as it is today is not at all dan- "lobbying" correspondence, held i

at the close of today's meeting, and i, Dollar, a shoe. maker, resident at 69 i i Johns in preliminary statements at found traces of morphine.It ; gerous. I I short executive session, and issued
seemed to express the sentiment of, Davis street, assistant night yardmas-j I the time of his arrest said he did not is understood that the legality of I iron-clad instructions to the officers of
nine hundred executive members of;ter of the N. C., & St. L. Railway is ;' take Miss Crispell home because he J the inquest in Carroll county over the I BARBARITIES OF BULGARIANS : the Senate that any attempt by the
the unions, in whose hands the fight: docketed on the police blotter, "Hold became ill. The district attorney said '< body of the man who died in Fulton I Special to The Sentinel. 1 House to take the witness must beI

now rests. ', for warrant;" and the police declare i today he was attempting to further :i and who was buried after death certi- i Athens, Greece, July 12.-The Bulgarians I I resisted.
Union leaders expect to settle the I)I i that a warrant on which no name appears j i verify this statement. : ficates by physicians had been duly; surpassed all the horrors of!: While the Senate committee retired
question of how soon the strike will ;[I sworn out in the court of Justice -i Johns will be put to another severe i ii signed and the law complied with in"I barbaric times and have proved that : for its executive conference three em-

be called, at a meeting tomorrow. i'I of the Peace Girardeau by the J i examination today by detectives. Thus I every respect, will be questioned, it is they no longer have any rights to be : ployees from the sergeant at arm's office

Seth Low, President of the National j|I father of the Rothstein girl, 17 Broy- :j I; far he has stood the ordeal of examination said.No reckoned among the civilized people. three Senate clerks and a pageboy :
Civics Union, addressed the unionists les street, charging kidnapping, is ;i' well, the detectives declare. i I II move has been made by the Ful;. Telegraphing to the Greek forces, I kept guard over the original and

this afternoon and urged the men to .directed I against Suttles. I,. I ton authorities to accuse Mrs. Craw- King Constantine utters a vigorous I duplicate papers on the committee
mark time until at least after the :|: According to the police, the admis- DENIED BECKER'S APPLICATIONi I II ford of any crime, and owing to the protest to the world against the acts : table, and watched the witnesses to
Washington conference, in which the sions of the Rothstein girl reveal another I i fact that several physicians certify : of the Bulgarians in the last Bulgarian i prevent the serving of any House
President will participate Monday. If story of vicious influence and Special to the Sentinel that Crawford came to his death war and states that he is com subpoenas upon them. Senator Reed
an order to strike, as is now contem- evil associates. She confesses, they i i j New York, July 12.-Supreme Court through an attack of pneumonia, it 1st I pelled to wreak vengeance.In called the 10-year-old page boy:

plated, is issued, ten thousand con- i say, that she left her home last Mon I(Justice Goff today denied the application not considered probable that any I his message the King says: "The I "Here boy, keep watch of those
. ductors, switchmen, baggagemen, and day evening to go to Grant Park, and I tion of Charles Becker, a former police criminal action will be instituted. I commander of the Sixth Division re-:: papers, and if anybody tries to get
brakemen will walk out and railroads that tHere she met, by accident, the ; lieutenant, convicted for murder j Attorney Burton Smith, who represents ports that the Bulgarian soldiers in I them, shoot him."
will be paralyzed. Railroad managers j Wilson girl, who sought her acquaintance of Herman Rosenthal, the gambler, '| the widow and chief beneficiary carrying out the orders of their captain Mulhall finally resumed the stand
admit the situation is serious. : and lured her with stories of for new trial. Becker's attorney will j j under the will of Joshua B. Crawford, I i gathered together in the courtyard 'and took up the identification of hit
underworld life. Her further admis-II now take the case before the Court of treated lightly the coroner's inquest I of the School of Demirhisar, two !letters, which he began at last night't

SENTENCED TO HANG sions relate, they say, to her conduct 1 Appeals, which is the last barrier remaining and its finding, and left the court : priests and over one hundred notables session. Before he could begin, however
thereafter under the guidance of the I between the former police of- room laughing before the paper had'' whom they massacred. The bodies I s i I James A. Emery, counsel for the
Tifton, Ga., July 12,-I. B. Hall Wilson girl.ASTOR. ficer and the death chair in Sing Sing.'' been read. I II ': have been dissected in order to cover National Association of Manufacturers -

was sentenced by Judge W. E. Thomas ;; I I j I I The Crawford will case has been on'! the crime. The Bulgarian soldiers I I'I made a formal request upon the

yesterday to hang on Friday, August ;( PAYS ALL BILLS AVIATOR STARTS RETURN TRIP trial for two months before an au- I have assaulted girls, one of whom, in !I committee, for the right of the association -

22, between the hours of 10 and 4 I [ ditor, and the hearings may last a :!I resisting, was cut to pieces. to be represented by an attor-
o'clock. The jury returned a verdict New York, July 12.-Vincent Astor Johannisthal, Germany, July 12. i i j i few months longer. At least the end I II __ __ j ney. Robert McCarter, former Attorney -
of guilty without a recommendation'j began today to spend some of his I Edmond Audemars, the Swiss avia- i I is not in sight. I I FLYING BOATS CONTINUE RACE| General of New Jersey, was pre-
of mercy Thursday afternoon, after millions in helping the women and I II tor, who recently flew from Paris to i iII j i ;i sented as the attorney for the a1O-
being out five hours and thirty-five : children of the tenement districts to I I II Berlin, started on his return flight to I I DUKE GETS DIVORCE Chicago, July 12.The pilots of j ciation. Senator Overman said thdj
minutes. an outing. At his expense a steam-j I II Paris at 4:10 o'clock this morning. He I four flying boats were ready early.today j committee would decide later whether

I. B. Hall killed Dennie W. Hall on boat took 5,000 of the poor for a sail' made a landing at Hanover to obtain I Munich, Bavaria, July 12.-A decreeof to advance another leg in the I j i Mr. McCarter\ should have the general
10.Charley. a fresh supply of fuel and resumed his divorce long cruise from Chicago to Detroit.!
May here
i I i to Bath Beach today under the direc-: was granted today to privileges.
Farley, colored, who killed tion of the Children's Aid Society, fora journey at 8:05 o'clock. : the 82-year-old Duke Ludwig of Bavaria -i! The weather forecast indicated that i|J! The sensational fight over Mulhall
( :
Albert Rucker, colored, March 21, was luncheon and frolic of a series of I against his second morganatic unfavorable conditions might prevent I!I had reached a point today where both
given a sentence of eight years in the outings which Mr. Astor plans to extend -I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG II wife, who, when she was a ballet girl'I I a resumption of the race today. i J I House and Senate committees were
I M. Francis and Beckwith Ha.I
penitentiary. Appeal for bail pending throughout the summer. LEAGUES :""at the Bavarian court opera, was Roy prepared Ii to take extreme measures.
application for new trial was denied. Special to The Sentinel I' known as Antonie Barth. !\I: yens were at Pentwater, Mich., 216 Mulhall's published disclosures, ini
;: FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT !* The court threw the entire blame i!, miles from Chicago. i which he claimed to have been en-
FOREST FIRES STILL RAGING NationalPhiladelphia I for the quarrel on the wife, who admitted !I Glenn L. Martin was at Lake Harbor :j gaged for years in "lobbying" in behalf -

,Special to The Sentinel 12; St. Louis, 1. her fault. She is forty years I Mich., where he arrived late of the National Association of
Special to The Sentinel ; Lake George, N. Y., July 12.-Miss\ Boston, 4; Pittsburg, 6. younger than Duke Ludwig. They yesterday after a perilous trip of 162 i Manufacturers had brought the names
Santa Cruz CaL, July 12.-The two Gertrude Mordecai, daughter of Judge Ii New York, 3; Cincinnati, 1. were married in 1892, after the death miles from Chicago. Martin was fore-I i jof i Congressmen into the case, to such
fierce forest fires raging in Santa I, E. Mordecai, of Charleston, S. C., was Booklyn, 5; Chicago, 6. of the first morganatic wife, who was I I ed to volplane 700 feet yesterday when I i I Ii i an extent that the House demandedthe

Cruz Mountains have burned four ,almost instantly killed today when the I AmericanSt. also an actress, of the name of Hen- !I the air valve of the carburetor on his right to begin at once its own in-
square miles of timber land and sent automobile in which she was riding,I Louis, 2; New York, 1. I rietta Mendel. engine dropped off. ;i vestigation.The .
n hundreds of pleasure seekers and left the road and plunged into a treeon j Cleveland, 5; Washington, 4. !I W. E. Johnson still is at Roberts-, Senate committee refuses to

campers fleeing for safety. Hundredsof the State road north of here. '! Chicago, 7; Boston, 2, first game. I ORANGE TREES BLOOMING dale, Ind., unfavorable weather hays give up any of the documents or witnesses -
men are fighting the flames, striving Chicaga, 0; Boston, 9, second game. --- I I jing prevented him from continuing!' however, on the ground that
to keep them from Ben Lomand SEVEN KILLED; NINE HURT j Detroit, 0; Philadelphia, 16. In some places throughout this section -i the race. tits i investigation is well under way
I in the the and I It
and Brookdale. spring orange
that it has the prior claim, and that
Appeal has been made to the gov- Paris, July 12.-Seven men were Birmingham, Memphis, 1, first grapefruit trees did not take on a very i A PRETTY PARTY I it must be allowed to conclude the in-

ernor to send malitia to help fight the killed and nine injured by a boiler explosion -I game. Birmingham, Memphis; 4,I prolific bloom, but the writer saw a I A dozen of the little friends of Miss\ (,vestigation.
fire. I second number of trees yesterday that were I
which practically destroyed ai [ game. t Okle her home l
Curry gathered'at
t on '
i brick yard at Chatenay on the Seine I Montgomery, 1; Chattanooga, 0,'I almost white with them. The trees Friday and passed several hours most DAUGHTERS OF TilE CONFEDERACY
DEMAND RELEASE OF AMERICANS looked healthy and vigorous.A MEETING
this morning. I first game. )Montgomery; Chattanooga i iI iI merrily in games.
,I 0 second I
game. I Each guest brought her "dolly" the j The July meeting of the Annie
; ,
small "mothers" each other Coleman
rivaling l Chapter of the U. D. CL,
Washington, July 12.-Secretary j South Atlantic
in adorning their "children" in party 1 which was held at the home of Miss
Garrison has ordered Col. Edwin P. Special to the Sentinel
Special to The Sentinel : Albany, 9; Jacksonville, 6.
costume.A Person unusual interest
Brewer, of the 13th cavalry at Fort j Paris, July 12.-Gaston La Touche, Columbus, 4; Savannah, 2. Michigan City, Ind., July 12.-Fire ;' Agnes was one
McIntosh Texas to demand the release the famous I started today partially the candy hunt proved very exciting, and a large number of members -
painter, died tonight af- Macon, 7; Charleston, 4. destroyed i
and Miss Elizabeth Rinaldi to roll-call.
being responded
of five Americans, together with ter being operated upon yesterday for Carolina Haskell & Barker Car Company's
to locate the hidden sweets The revised Constitution and
350 cattle and 30 horses held by the appendicitis. I Asheville, 7; Charlotte, 2, first mill yard here, resulting in a million quickest i ByLaws
I was rewarded with a pretty doll. I were read, but no action taken
Mexican revolutionists at Hidalgo, game. Asheville, 1; Charlotte, 2, dollar loss. The yards contained one .
After the contest the hostess served A business session followed and
Mexico. Secretary Bryan requestedthe WEATHER REPORT I second million feet of sduthern pine timber.
game. her to water melon cookies matters discussed.It .
I guests important
action. I Local showers Sunday and probably I Durham, 2; Winston-Salem, 1. Sparks from a locomotive are respon-
limeade these dainties conclud- decided discontinue
and was to meetings
i 1 Greensboro, 13 Raleigh, 2. sible for the blaze.
Monday. ; the pleasures of happy during the summer work to begin
Hammocks, Croquet and Books for II ing a very
summer recreation. Curtis & O'Neal 'i Subscribe for the Sentinel. Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel. t afternoon. again in October.Sy .







First Baptist. .
Ktv. E. T. Poulson, M. A., D. D.,

pastor.Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. A
Dr. Poulson will teach the Baraca
Class. All young men cordially invit-
ed. Class meets in the Armory at
6:30 a. m.Morning.
service, 11:00 a. m. Subject I
"Peace and Prosperity Within II I
Thy Walls
B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.. A special
service on; all young people most cor-

,dially Evening invited.service, 7:30. Subject, "My y I
Own Purpose."
This being the opening day of Dr. .
Poulson's pastorate every member of
the church is most urgently requestedto
be present and everybody most cordially -
invited to attend these services.

Methodist : I

J. E. Wray, Pastor. I
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. C. E. ;
Howard, Supt. I
Bishop II. C. Morrison, D. D. will I I II
preach at the morning service. The Ii i I i !
pastor will preach at 7:30. I II
Anthem by choir, "Jerusalem! My 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIII'III"'I'l: ,
I 1I
' ,Glorious Home," (Perkins) I
Epworth League, 6:45, p. m. H. A.
Hoffner, President.
Anthem by choir "0, Jesus Thou I
:Art Standing" (Shepard)
Solo by Mr. Curry, "The Penitent" i I
.(Vondeoatar) I I r I .
Everybody most cordially invited to
all these services. I Presbj
Rev. Jno. W. i '
Emmanuel Baptist Church Sunday i.I
Preaching by the Pastor, Rev. Preston O'Neal -,
Boyd,at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Services at I

L man Evening Sunday Prayer, Supt at School meeting 7:30.at 9:45 on,F.Wednesday N. Board- vices.m.Christian Prayer A cordial :. B K I 'B l'i K I B l'i K I '

The Pastor will lecture on the ,
Sunday School lessons at each prayer
i .meeting.
j All services of the church are held A meeting of I *
in the Rest and Tea room on Orange will be held i i
.avenue, and the public is invited to July 14th, at 8
attend. Rev. Boyd will hereafter
r. preach in a silk robe. The robe was a
gift of the members of his church.
r "
: Catholic Church i i!
Mass and sermon, 10 a..m I I
r 7:30 Rosary p. m., Sermon and Benediction, i; ROOM 5. \ \ II I ;




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Butchers Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:

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

Country Homes PDnts{ 5 rents} Kerosene for operating at $60 per year. 600.00
\ ( Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) 216.00
Clubs Maintenance and Depreciation (ten years) 400.00

Restaurants PERPOUNDS Total $1,936.00

Hospitals Ice $1.00 day for ten $3,650.00
per years -
Grocers 1 o: 0: Interest on above at 81 for ten years 1,314.00

I Dairies Total $4,964.00

Residences *I Net Saving with Ice Machine S3.028.00, or $302.80 per Year

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In Swiss :Mull Flaxon, and Lawn with the new Sailor
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Batistes, Flaxons, Lawns, Ginghams, Chambrays, etc., Regular Price 75c. Sale Price 65c.
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Petticoats t
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Suits, Regular Values 25c, 50c, 75c, 100. Sale Price, ;
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Suits in many fabrics and colors. Styles-Sailors,
Buster and Romper effects.
the Boys and Girls Outfitted Yet ? BOOTS AND SHOES Regular Values, 50c, 75c. $1.00 $1.25, $1.50. Sale Price,
15c, 6:cr 89c, 9Sc, $1.20.

CHILDREN'S ASH DRESSES The Sale has developed quite a large assortment of Waists ? Underwear ? Bleaching ? |
I oddments of all sizes and all shapes, which we propose
Materials are Cotton Voiles, Ginghams, Linen in j discontinuing in the future. Now is the time to look to
Natural and Solid Colors. Lawns in Figures. Madras, wants at half
> your pedal I 50 Swiss Embroidered RobesIncluding
Reg. Values, $1.25
Chambrays, etc., etc., all made in effective 1 I I 98
very style I and less than half price. | and $1.50 for: .
and the fit is perfect. some of the dantiest and the most becomingof
A fit for all ages from two years to fourteen years. ; Reg. Values, $3.00 ]1 981 I Reg. Values, $3.50 1 DC the Season's Fashionable Models. Parisian taste modified -
and $oi.00 for __._ t o.00, for ____LJJIMMIMMMIMIMMI to American ideas.
Regular Values, 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale
Regular Value, $4.50 QQ1PER CENT OFF
Price, 15c, 55c, 63c: 89c, 9Sc, 120. to 510.00- /3 MARKED PRICES !

Are you sure you haven't forgotten Remember, This is the last week

something ? of this Money-Saving Sale.






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The Daily 'I VICTORY IN THE LOBBY lead far into the understanding of

e South Florida: Sentinel PROBE great schemes that have issued in
Everyone had hoped that the Fried- direful and if it
happenings, succeedsin
MORNING AND WEEKLY man experiment with turtle serum There is one way of making war bringing to a thorough understanding w r Po1ill Ii IiYour

Entered at the post office at Orlando, was going to work out the right way.It that is extermination; there is another of the American people, how the a
r Jfo&a" as Second Class Mail Matter. seems now that it is a failure.This way of conquest that developsthe government has been undertaken to

2 SUBSCRIPTION RATES might have saved the crusade that is conquered.The be manipulated by these great forces,

f being made on unhealthy folk who proposal on the part of the nothing will have terminated in
car regularly, several times a month, and at same
THE DAILY SENTINELOne want to marry. We confess the house to take up the investigating of greater benefit than just this lobby :

Year $5.00 world we are living in bewilders us the lobby indicates that public con- probe. time have all the joints, bolts, nuts, etc., greased and oiled.It .

Six Months ........ .......... 2.50 considerably. It had never occurredto science has been thoroughly arousedas o j I
free Months...... .. ...... 1.25 us that a law would ever be enacted to corruption in public places in COMMISSION GOVERNMENT ;I will make your car last longer, and look a great deal

By news carrier in Orlando, 50 cent per that would shut anyone out this country, but it seems that )Ir.Wilson's AGAIN i;i| better. We have a special rate for this service by the
from exercising certain rights, whichwe statment "That the lobby I
)oath. Daily and Sunday.The supposed all men possessed, among .ceases to discomfort anyone now but This paper has given space, thoughtand month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it over.

Orlando Morning Sentinel O'Neal'i can be found BookStore which was the right to get married, itself and will not longer interfere time to arousing the people on I'
eel tale in Orlando at Curtis &
provided the girl was willing. i the necessity of registering and pay-
and Wright Brothers. with legislation, ought to put the
__ The Sumner crusade against mar- public mind at ease. ing their poll tax in order to be able i ...,
complaint if
Jriivery We will is not appreciate promptly prompt made by our carriers. riage, unless both parties present I There is what may be described as to vote in the election of August the *

along with a license a health certificate !a basic honesty in humanity, which fifth to determine whether Orlando ,
Advertising rates will be on ap-
lcation. has grown to such proportionsthat I conditions agreements between men shall, or shall not, have Commission i

over fifty ministerial associations ,and even conditions the agreements I Government. I
lor year,THE by mail, postage paid.........$1.00 representing nearly four thous- II between governments and parties. It I Those who failed to register can
assured that whatever W
Jddress THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. and pastors, are reported as having is a something that makes humanity I II rest side theyare Shop oi'kIn
Office 101 Court Street, Arcade Building voluntarily adopted the custom of I staple. When it is gone, individuals, I II in favor of that they work justas

Phone 24 demanding health certificates in addition communities, nations, cannot be effectively against their views as
to licenses. I dealt with with any feeling of cer- II if they should go to the polls on the

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor Perhaps the infirmities of our race I I tainty. Its absence makes it impossible fifth of August and vote against the charge of "Gus" Pfenning, who is now back at work,

SUNDAY, JULY 13TH, 1913. can be gotten over by observing cer I I for the smartest man or the | difference.We measure .they advocate by their in- assures you of getting the very best mechanical 1 work that

tain physical laws that have improved most competent government to pro-
Did you fail to pay your poll tax breeds of cattle. What disturbs us i tect themselves. Therefore, rascals are glad to announce that when can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as can be

yesterday? Hope you didn't. is that man may be improved very I succeed in deceiving much smarter the books closed last night a goodly made.
number had heeded and them-
o considerably on his animal side and people, and organized movements suc- put
John Todd of Portland, Maine, is I' selves in position to be able to voteon
not be improved on his intellectual],ceed in deluding honest people.
alnety-two years of age but still is and moral side, and on the other Now, who would have thought that j August fifth., As is known this pa- ...,

found at his barber's chair, ready to hand there are' some moral defects the National Association of Manufacturers per is unconditionally for Commission "

have his customers. that are far more serious to the development could have been smart enough I Government and shall work for it up
I to the last hour.A .
P o of the race than any I to have deluded an honest, broad, I

Our idea of something that is next physical defects, as distressing as high-minded, man like Mr. Taft, and : o

1 la nothing is to get a good glimpse sometimes the physical show themselves yet it did. Nothing has happened in ; Missouri Legislator says that lobbyists -

af the fellow who says "if they all to be. More than that, a fine years to show the affrontery and : should wear uniforms, so that I.I.Y1\ r PHILLIPS & SONS

y ieep on trying to fly they'll get lot of cattle, whether human or not, brazen.facedness of men and they can be distinguished from the

tteirs." are cattle. To improve the beef of zations when they have organi-I' people. Some of them would look

0 humanity seems to be the highest aim I abandon this something we have ; well in stripes.An SUCCESSORS TO

r"I read it in the Sentinel" is getting of a lot of people, just now, who have I described as honesty, and that makes '; o
S. G.
ID be a very common expression, and the public ear. I the basic communicating ground for advertisement pays best in the DOLIVE'S GARAGEs

for the Sentinel is brimful than this achieve- best
Tery apt What a world this would be if all humanity, more : paper.
if the latest news every morning, all ment of this organization in '
that has been contributed to it by the -
the news you like to hear. the ing Mr. Taft that a tariff board could -- -
F maimed and halt and the blind,
o in a word by those who have been handle the tariff question.Mr. .

The tourist printer who drops in at handicapped was taken out of it. If Underwood, during the campaign -

the office of the Tarpon Springs Progressive we should take away their contribu of last year, frequently refer-

office and gets a "take" ofthat tions we would take a great part of: red to the Tariff Board as the pet WEDDING GIFTS

Greek copy to set, will feel sure the world's finer holdings. of Mr. Taft, and while Mr. Underwooddid a -

ihat he's got 'em again and will swear Very few "beef men have contrib-I not know that the National Association -

}. Iff on the spot.-Lakeland News. uted really very much to the higher I of Manufacturers was gullingMr.

o things of life. : Taft he did know that there
How to get the most money out of
with this kind
was something
While the Sumner move be i wrong
me span of mules, is a question that like many of the crotchets of our I of a scheme. The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,
an be answered by a man who recently I
time, gotten rid of by letting alone, at Let us see what it did accomplish
left Orlando. It can also be an-i Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
the same time, it is a move that I II in the way of deluding an honest man.
twered by several Orlando business
would introduce a form of legisation Mr.I. Taft, in belief and by word, had for the wedding-gift seeker.
nen who have not left town, but some
apparently in coflict with the theories: committed himself to a downward revision -
if their has.
money o of government in this country. As we I II of the tariff; when he signed These things are so varied in style and price as to give

have said it would put a restraint i the Payne-Aldridge Bill he said it was,
So far no machine has been found
almost limitless choice.
.. upon human liberty, and it invades a "Not a complete compliance with the
to give satisfaction in sewing the
sacred domain, in which the state has I I promises made, strictly interpreted;" .
rovers on baseballs, though hundreds
never attempted any interference. We I he declared the wool schedule "in- From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a
at thousands of balls are used "
every are rather inclined to the belief that defensible;" in 1910 Mr. Taft had
ear, they are all hand-sewed. The I dollar and upward.The .
these kind of questions and measures said, "We are bound to eliminate injustice -
st sewers cannot finish more than
must be put in the domain of con- in the tariff law;" in 1911 theFarmer's
ree dozen in a day. range of selection is broad indeed and in
o science and the race must suffer, if it Free List bill was vetoed; in i every case

does suffer, through the action of the 1912 the House Wool Bill, the
the Evans standard
uite up-to-date is the City of quality and money's worth is main ,
ignorant by waiting until ignorancehas Schedule Bill were vetoed, Ietal-I
otherly Love, in providing free golf
vanished through education of one had passed the house 182 tained.
ks in Fairmount Park. The Golf I
conscience. Individuals in this matter,, and the other 173 to 83. But. said Mr.
ssociation committee has been
pushing must face the issue in the presenceof i'Taft, "The Tariff Board will right all Your most critical inspection is invited.
the movement for the public "
their maker and of the sacred '. this.
;. course. Perhaps when Orlando is as I
sequences to life, and they should con-I' How pitiable that all this should
lId as Philadelphia we can have 'em
too termine, so to speak, at the have turned on a Tariff Board and

o conscience, whether they should, orj i that a tariff board now turns out to I -

should not marry.In be the device of the shrewd National '
I A woman's walking club has been

exercise organized for in working New York girls to and provide others Sumner the and meantime his gang while can show Brother some I Association ing. Truly corruption Manufacturer's had taken schem-hold:i' Te [vans the Jeweler

who are cooped up all day in offices. very distressing specimens that the of the American Government. It looks i i iI ,

This is a new departure in clubs and doctors say have resulted from I now as though the light was shining i i ,
with sufficient strength for all the !
physically diseased parents through
may help to solve the question of ,
entertainment for the girl bread win- marriage, their opponents can show I people to understand. The lobby probe''' OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

ters. also some mighty big fools and immoral may bring out many more details, but
o specimens of fine physique that j it will not add much to the extent of'': EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. .

As a doctor in Greely, Col., was have resulted from the union of"beef j the corruption.The .

about to visit a patient he was at- i humanity. I proposed investigation of the ,.,., 4 l
tacked by a monster bulldog. He .
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threw a laprobe at the animal and -
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when it became entangeled in the I i

folds of the robe he ran over its neck
with his automobile and killed it. I I AUTOMOBILE !

Moral: Never attack an automobile.! CleanSweepSale'Beillllillg

o I II I

We know of a boy who has a serious I

ease of blood poisoning as a result of I
iwimming in stagnant water. Riley I BULLETINi i i

gave us a pretty poem about "The Old I i tllr Jlm ;
Swimmin' Hole" but too much precau- [ fJ

tion cannot be taken to see that thestd '

swimmin' hole has not become These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is j ,

stagnant, or that children bathe and guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped I

swim in flowing water.o and ready to run. I II Continuing Through July 13 t tFree

When James L. Giles takes his place I

5n the city council this week it willaat 1 1912 20 H. P Roadster Good Condition
be his first experience as. an Or- T Free T :

Jkndo official for in the files of this $400.00
paper in 18S8 we find where Mr. Giles ITo

friends announce his name as a can- the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
idate for the office of City Tax Col-
lector. But we did not follow out the 1 1910 Regal, 4 Passenger. $300 i be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky :

matter to see if he was elected. You
can ask Mr. Giles about it. three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; on"e $5.00 Parasol, and the
o TIRE FULLY EQUIPPED- selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store. i
We can not see that President Wil- $600
son has got anything on Orlando busi 1

ness men. He works hard for a dayor YOURS FOR BUSINESS ;

two; then takes an automobile ride,i HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE.FINISH.IAKES t

then plays golf and then goes home. YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEED

Mr. Guernsey, Mr. Drew, Mr. Over- J SAME AS FACTORY JOB Marion B. Ives :
street, Mr. Yowell et al., do the same 1

thing and they do not have near so t

many big problems to solve and they

Are not afraid of being assassinatedby EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS :
some crazy crank and do not need Garage

three or four secret service men to.1 Second Floor1t'1' t

follow them around. Being president Ii I
' is not such a snap after all. i i 1
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St. Louis on a visit to her brother.Mr. MAN

WADE Congratulations upon the improve-

THE TUNER W. H. Dunaway, of Atlanta, The game of base ball played by ments around Lake Cherokee and vi- SANTI FLUSH '

ORLANDO. FLA. Ga., is a late arrival at the San the Loughman and Winter Park teamson cinity.I :

J Juan. the College diamond, Thursday, have just returned from a visitto

I July 10th, was one of the most exciting my old home in Harrisburg, Pa., i

I Mr. J. F. Smith, of Clermont, is and interesting games of the and was more than pleased to note FOR CLEANSING AND KEEPING WATER CLOSET
M. Henkel left yesterday
Mrs. T.
spending today in Orlando a guestof past year. The teams were well the many changes and the general ,
for Hartford, Conn., to visit relatives. BOWLS SANITARY AND WHITE AS NEW
the San Juan. matched and the battle was a hot brushing and cleaning up of things. I

one, especially towards the close and That part of our town is, in our
from St.
Hulbert Johnson was up
from Dr. J. S. McEwan left on the mid- ended in a victory for Winter Park opinion, the prettiest ever, but it was .1.1,1, .* I

Orlando Cloud yesterday merchants.buying goods night train for Black Point to spend by a score of six to five. Roland an eyesore when I left. Not only the t TOILET PAPER i

today with the soldiers in camp. Barze, pitcher for the Winter Park terrible condition of the lake, but

team, played an almost faultless boys distributing "dodgers" and hand- ;t; THE BEST IN THE CITY II '
J. F. Luther left early
Capt. where he will Make your vacation ideal by havingthe game, striking out seventeen. He bills for merchants advertising sales, llltl.IIIIIIIIIII.IIII.
for Daytona, ,
morning Sentinel follow you on your out- was well supported by Wren Taylor, used it as a general dumping ground.
remain until Monday.
ing. Address changed as often as de catcher. He also made a phenomenalplay Aside from being an eyesore, anda

sired. in the fifth inning, hitting the decidedly poor recommendation to FLOWERS and PLANTS
Mr. W. H. Bogart, of this city, is
ball nearly to Interlaken avenue and visitors, to see one's yard all literedup
few days rest over at Day.
taking a Mr. Paul Arrington, the accommo- securing a home run besides bringingin with the cheapest and most in- I

tona Beach. dating agent of the Southern Express two men on the second and third effectual advertising known, the flying We have a floral garden in connection with our grocery i t

Misses Nellie-and Ruby Wilson, of Company, left last night for Jackson- bases. This aroused enthusiasm to paper has been the cause of more and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive

ville on business.Mr. the highest pitch and some of the than one runaway.We prompt attention. .
in Orlando
yesterday ,
Apopka, spent
Jacksonville. youngsters, like Rev. Barze, Bradshawand would naturally expect to see
leaving E. M. Porter, who has made others nearly split their throats. such conditions in a small village, but A

Orlando his home for the past six The pitcher for Loughman, Haynes, hardly in a place the size of Orlando.Let THE SANITARY
:Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wadsworth, GROCERY
in Orlando months, left yesterday for Atlanta, was one of the best, striking out fifteen the good work go on until finallywe :
Indianapolis, Ind.,
yesterday. They will probably locate where he has accepted a position. He was well supported by their shall have one of the cleanest and I CARUTHERS & GORE

catcher, Lawrey. Loughman had a best reserved streets of any city in
Phone 200(
here. Messrs. D. L. Hawley and Cliff strong team and came determined to the South. 6 & 8 Pine Street. .

Rawls came up from Arcadia, where win but Winter Park lay one over May the Sentinel prosper in its MMMO.MMMMIMIIMMM . '
of discontent
Now is the summer our -
they have several large buildings to them and won the game. business interests, and may it also -
winter -
made glorious by
erect, to spend Sunday with their The Winter Park Management is prove to be a fruitful agency for civic WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT 1
cool breezes from the Gulf of Mex
families. trying to arrange a game with Apopka righteousness and local cleanliness.

ico. to be played in Orlando next H. F. H., Route No. 1. Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. i

the Quite a number of Orlandoites left Thursday, July 17th. This will be the Yothers of the Government Experi. ulf efining Co1HifB O
Judge J. M. Cheney was among
forDa'tona yesterday afternoon for Daytona deciding game between Winter Park GRANDMA SAYS: mental Station.
Orlandoites leaving yesterday
Beach to spend a couple of days enjoying and Apopka, in a series of seven. The For Week Ending July 12th.
Beach. lIe will return }
j I teh delights afforded at that two teams are evenly matched and That the "high flyer" generally Max. Min. i ir

day. I popular resort. this game should, call out a large at- makes a hard job for the undertaker. Sunday . to to . 95 75 r

tendance, for it will be well worth Monday . . . 92 71 Kerosene
Mrs. F. M. Aldredge, little son and
Mr. R. N. Menesee, a former well seeing. Tuesday . . to .. 92 74 i
Miss Elizabeth, and Mrs.
daughter Chas. Drennen, leave Tuesday for Hot I known business man of this city, ar- I That if you can not be happy yourself Wednesday . .. . 91 74 Gasoline

i rived last night from Baltimore and ORLANDO SWEEPS HERS don't discourage your neighbors Thursday to ... . 90 69
Ark. i
Springs, I! will spend several days in Orlando. i from being so. Friday . . .. . 91 73 LubricatingOils
The writer has had the
j He is a guest of the San Juan. never pleasure Saturday to. . . 91 72
The corner stone of the Methodist of visiting Gainesville, a desirehe

Church in Orlando will be laid Monday I has long coveted, but from readingthe I That we have always been taught and Greases
exerciseswill It seems to have .become quite a ; to be truthful, but "white lies" are TEXT BOOKS AS BASIS FOR SEPTEMBER -
14th. Appropriate Sun has
July Daily always imaginedthat
fad in Orlando for the citizens to give be considered. EXAMINATION
be held. it of the most not to Axle Grease
j[I their homes some pretty appropriate was one up-to-date i
in the State but the I -
places following
I 1! name, and The Sun rather likes the I That there peopl in Or- Department of Education Tallahassee
Mr. W. T. Rinaldi arrived last evening makes us think they are a little slow: are some e t+++H
I I;I idea. Several of our citizens have lando who work for effect, but the Florida, July 8th, 1913. I
from Hampton Springs, enroute i "Will it not be lovely when our
their homes named and it is interest- fellows: who work for generally The following texts will be used
to Tampa and will spend several days street committee decides to sweep the money as ; | PG.WALTONAgentPHONES
visitors besides it them ;
ing to gives the bills. a basis for the questions in the Flor-
i pay
with relatives in Orlando. I streets so the ladies will not have to
: individuality.-Gainesville Sun. I ida Uniform Examination for
hold up their dresses and watch where jji
I have often heard of male Certificates {
That 2nd
Since Tom Mann moved into that ?" we on September, and
they are stepping
If you wish to test the ability of cooks, but they are generally out of may be obtained from dealers in the

corner store he is not sure whetherhe your car at plowing through the sand, place-no wonder women want to State or from the publishers at prices a i I Orlando, Florida i iHIIMIiflMf
is banker or a
a drive out Central avenue, then south AUTO CONTEST AT THE GRAND stated: y
dealer in onions and butter. !i! vote. yI
the old and back
past Bumby place AlgebraIilne's High School, A. I
': The auto contest at the Grand The-
into the city through Jonestown --
$1.00. -- -
That the man who treads the --
Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. street. If you make it without get- atre is exciting great interest. Thereare straight and narrow path is always Theory and PracticeWhite's Ele- UNDOUBTEDLY THE ORIGINAL
last for Jacksonville. Several ''
night -
ting stalled, you may enter your car aready about sixty contestants in I ments of
of their friends were at the At- beset by temptation, but how about Pedagogy, A, $1.00. -
in any sort of a plowing contest with the race. I Arithmetic Milne's At the Grand Theater
them I the ladies Progressive,I July
lantic Coast Line to
depot see
good prospect of being a winner. Following is a list of the twelve: Book III, A, 41 cents. I 18th, Matinee and Night, the Cines

off. I i highest contestants with the numberof I! That it is far easier to promise Grammar-Hyde's Two Book Coursein Photo Drama "Quo Vadis" in three

!I Mr. James F. Shivler, one of WinterPark's votes cast for each: : butter. English Book II SSBD acts. First in America
:Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rand and Miss bread than it is to provide 46 cents. I appearance ,
Miss Sebelle Smith . .
$i enterprising citizens and an to 15,700 This is simply a hint to young peo- History-Our Republic, SSBD, 65c. Monday, April 21st, 1913 and now i
Rand of
Elizabeth Longwood, accompanied ardent admirer of the national Mrs. D. L. Hawley . . 9,100
by their house guest, Mrs.F. game Miss Norma Bunch to to. 7,200 ple contemplating marriage.That Florida History-Bennett and Bre- drawing capacity houses daily at the

R. Holeman, of Jacksonville, were' was in Orlando last night and paid the Mr. D. A. Arnold to to. . 7,000;I var's A, 54 cents. Astor Theater, New York City, and

I Sentinel an appreciated visit. Mr. Mrs. C. E. Wade to. . 6,900 I it is really wonderful how Civil Government-James and Stanlord's the engagement has been extended for
visitors to the city yesterday. Mrs. Tom Broadwater . .
Shivler is for of 6,700
a game I Our the entire
their advice Government SSBD summer.
i let of 50c.
I people on ,
some go ;
Mrs. Louis Dolive . . 5,700 I i I
ball at Fair Grounds next Thurs- '
Mahlon Gore writes from Sioux Telephone Girls . . . 4,800 a certain day of the week, when peo- Yocum's Civil Government of Flor- I This is the original production of

City, Iowa, that he and Mrs. Gore are day between two good teams, Winter Miss Mary Hanner . . 4,300 i! pIe who work like a little recreation. ida, P., 80 cents.Geography this marvelous picture, which cost

Park and Apopka, and we are just Mrs. S. W. Howe . . 4,200 Frye's Higher Geog- $100,000.00 to produce. This pictruehas

enjoying life among their old friends. ,"fan" enough to believe that a large Miss Lenora Nicholson . 4,200 I I That Orlando is to have band concerts raphy, G, 88 cents.AgricultureDuggar's. been passed by the National
and neighbors, but they to return
expect crowd will "take it in." Miss Thelma Hammond . 4,200 ,
to Orlando in August. j|iI I in the near future, and we guess Agriculturefor Board of Censorship and is strictlya

ji i I I FACTS I there is a doting couple who will get Southern Schools, SSBD, 60 cents. i licensed pictrue.

'i' E. H. Gore got so interested in I to hear the concerts for Physiology-Richie's Human Phys
Mr. M. A. Irwin, of Atlanta, Ga., Those who are contemplating taking -I nothing.
secretary and treasurer of several of slicing some bacon on the big meat up the Community Mausoleum I iology, SSBD, 60 cents. CHANGE IN SCHEDULE

cutter in Caruthers & Gore's grocery : That a North End citizen actually Composition-Huntinton's Elements :I' -
the largest hotels in i America, after project tha tis being promoted in

spending several days in Orlando, has yesterday morning, that when he had Orlando will do well to see me. I have j mustered up strength enough to cut of Composition, SSBD, 60 cents. ,(. Northbound train reaching Orlando

gone to Palatka. While here he wasa fed in all the bacon he pushed his facts in black and white that I would I; the weeds on his premises, and, the Reading-Any text. :, at 1:38 p, m., over the Atlantic CoastLine

guest of the San Juan. thumb in also and amputated the like to show them from some very neighbors are thinking of getting up Physical Geography Maury-Sim- :j will arrive today at 2:14 p. m.

fleshy end of it as nicely and more prominent men regarding the Mausoleum -I a donation for him. ond's, A, $1.20.Orthography. I -

quickly than a surgeon could have Aswell's New Cen- i I Mr. W. C. Sherman is
Mr. Breing, of Maitland, was a question, cemetery supt's. un-I going away
Saturday visitor to Orlando. He had done. He then rushed off to the dertakers, etc. F. J. TERRY. That some people in Orlando could tury Speller, SSBD, 18 cents. I about the 15th of July, those having

just returned from a few days spentat doctor's office to have him dress the 7-13 3t I I not be happy if they were million- Books marked "A" may be gotten jobs in his store will please call for

the great camp at Gettysburg, and wound. The sight of his own blood aires. They have plenty of this from the American Book Co., Atlanta -!,I j them before that date. No. 7 Orange

reports the time of his life while and Dr. Christ's sharp knives so dis. Mr. R. 0. Compton, a well known I world's goods upon which to live, but Ga.; "SSBD" from the Southern avenue, opposite San Juan Hotel.

there. turbeQ Mr. Gore's equilibrium that for School Book Depository, Atlanta, Ga.; 7-8-6Uocal
orange grower south of this city: are always looking some easy
he saw seventeen kinds of stars and "G" from Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga.; : "-
will leave Monday for Chicago and money.
Miss Bella Berman has been selected then lost his hold on consciousness fora "P" E. 0. Painter Co., DeLand, Fla. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
other northern points, where he will I UNDER SECTION: 8 OF CHAPTER
to fill the responsible position of few moments but soon rallied and When thought advisable, books have 4Sf, LAWS OF FLORIDAI
remain until fall. That it is simply terrible the way
head nurse in Dr. McEwan's Sanita- after the bandages were adjusted he been chosen from the list adopted by i i I -
I that young man is trifling with the ;:, Notice is hereby given that C. II.
Morse of
returned the
to the store and went on State Uniform Text Book Com-
rium. Miss Berman is a nurse of ex- Mr. Geo. E. Macey and wife leave affections of that East End maiden. Winter Park Fla., >.urchwser of Tax Cer-
duty. I mission. W. N. SHEATS, tificate No. 463 dated the 5th day of June.
tensive experience and splendid train- Tuesday for Lakewood, Chautauqua : We don't know just what will hap- I II I i A. D., 1911, has filed said Certificate in my
ing, fitting her admriably for this State Superintendent Public Schools |:, office, and has made application for Tax Deed
position county, N. Y., where they expect to pen if the marriage does not soon I to issue in accordance with law. Said Certificate
Subscribe for the Sentinel. remain till October. take place. embraces the following described property .
:I situated in Orange county, Florida tow it:
I Mrs. T. J. Hill and daughter, Miss i j Lot 10 and 17 Block 74 Winter Park
- -- Eva, of Maitland, spent yesterday in1 i i, The said land being assessed at the date

Jt! I. I. . I' .11.111111..1 I I -I-I' ;II' I Orlando shopping. |(! of name the of issuance J. D. of Williams.such certificate in the
i i. i . . .Ii+r1 IIIII.I.I..II.II..IIII.IIII..I.lt I. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed

I i according to law. Tax Deed will issue thereon
; on the 13th day of August A. D., 1913I .
II FIRST CLASS Japanese Cook wishes !i Witness my official signature and seali
THE GRAND THEATERMondays' I situation in private family any- !i" this the 12th day of July A. D., 1913.
where. Address A. Care Sentinel. B. M. ROBINSON.
I Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Fla.
i 7-13-2t I By. M. A. HOWARD. D. aIHMMIIIIIIiimilMMIIIM

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iI I "THE HAUNTED HOUSE" (Drama) . . . Kalem ; ;: ; j A New Lot of .

MOTION PICTURES I : Manhattan Shirts

Piclures Changed Daily.
ti i Some Very Pretty

'!J I "DISCIPLINING DAISY" (COMEDY) . ? .Vitagraph ; l Patterns for the Summer
FIRST SHOW, / ,7115 P.M



i 100 votes given with every ticket. Watch for SPECIAL SCRUGGS & DICKSONThe
c. DAYS when extra votes will be given.

I Home ol Haft, Schaffner & Marx dollies


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:?i./. ';;;l: ORLANDO IN JULY, 18S8 ,. COOLING Ii I ttHtMMiMHiHttlttlllltimiiiaillillHIIlltt

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\ j W. H. Jewell, City Attorney, has Gowns 98c. LISTEN
: :
".'-\. J J::' .' moved his.law office into the second Crepe DELI 103
; <:' story of the Curtis building. : 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00now
.tl 1, -- t : Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lurjerne.,
,' ;. E. T. Haines of the Orlando and I Theater and Magruder's LhenStable.. .
Park railway, is now permanently
Winter I
'f'J{ J. is I : We want to get everybody in the habit of sperilinga
-.,, irf,. located in Orlando and \" EAR, EMBROIDERIES, pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
with Mayor
< ,f' making his headquarters I t
.t ,; Marks.t LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, I I cerne.
t .C.Sherman has developed an artistic 1111111111111111'111111111111111'1'llelll III'Jllllt.
rT talent which promises to make, TICLES, ETC. ICE COLD SODA
tc him famous. In his store on Orange The top notch of soda quality-

. merit avenue are several paintings of rare I i LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS served from the best up-to-date foun t..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.118111111111111111.11'VE

I tains. OFFER YOU
B. C. Knight and family have gone i This is the fctraihir jou'll enjoy it
to Halifax for the balance of the summer !I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT best-drop in today and get a genuine
and James K. Duke's family ex-' bracer. THE MOST OF THE BEST
pect to leave for the same place tomorrow STORE All flavorsBUTT'S
For the Least

124 South Orange Avenue Kandy Kitchen .
Cards are issued for the marriage -
of Alfred St. Clair-Abrams to Miss 1 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE r
Rose Helen McXeill, to take place at Tender Juicy Meats
the residence of the bride in Lancaster I : ,
... ac
10th instant. jIr.l. -
Ohio, on the --- -- --- --- ---
Abrams is a son of Major St. Clair-!F ead The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day "s You can always depend on gelling the best at our
Abrams, of Tavares.
x :I market, and you will find there is a wonderful difference -

That part of the Webber-Givens fi ..IIIII.tl.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.-------T..... 4 in meats.
,, property in north Orlando,which was! \\ \ B
t covered with water has been thoroughly

:sx of o We learn drained.that our old friend, E. L. ELECTRIC[ [ VACUUM L CLEANED[ [ .. v C COART&P1GUEI

p Sears, in co-partnership with L. P. :, BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
r. Hughey,has bought out the dry goods II I
,.= stock of L. B. Phillips, at Kissimmee. II I I 4cj8 PHONE 105itiHMintiitiM8iaitiiMMiiintMimMimnm
,' A; I I
OUT OF THE ORDINARY Have your room or house .
i 'the FREE .,
Y Recent corrections in maps of cleaned without dust or troubleof ri is the only.:
Greenland have added about 150,000
;. square miles to its area. moving furniture It\ Ins redl

To bore the deepest hole in the
JI Prices
Mid Summer
;P world an opening in Silesia 7,350 feet Sewing ..< e uce
deep cost more than$10 a foot. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced I r}. :,.Machine ,
v Since alfalfa was introduced into : I On all Dress Materials, Laces, Embroideries -
cattle have been marketed :
man. r Just Think of it! E Et !
: a year younger than when animals I Hosiery
were fed on native grasses. :. :THE FREE Sewing Machine is insured !
: I for.five accident fi I = ANDMILLINERY- -- -
One of the largest turtles ever tak SEE THEM FOR TERMS .
: ,i breakage,wear,fire tornado,Ights
en in Maine was captured at Smithfield !
r and water. This shows our j
5, by W. A. Judge of Waterville : ning ?
--- in i iSewingMachine
recently. It weighs about fifty : faith ii
; '* fREE

pounds a about bottom.man as and upon The wide is its turtle strong as back.the is enough ordinary estimated Its shell to chair hold to is '::'I The PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ C01 L '"! mc[. jUHUR j jI (;1:( _It ThinK mfi';:.::-thill'-what; Ibis; means bole machine! I I MISSES MILTON & DUNN

be at least 200 years old. Ii J or any pan(needle,bell,or attachment etc) J
will be replaced to without charge. Corsets
3 it you for Barclay
.; Money to loan on improved prop ing Machines. See Bob Magruder.
erty. S. Y. WAY Display room, 82 Arcade Building.

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those who Know_ US

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


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


We extend liberal ;
We bid for your ,

credit to all and '

business on x J

make special I
the merits of A o .. .

? terms to thosewho !.
: .a

our A1 t s .. ,,l1 A a a IF'
}''', a. wish it.
merchandiseand rrir I

the i
lowness of our ypx r aari" ; x >0 We do a large volume '.

-__ of this kind of business.
prices ,


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

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


ck Sno-w-den A

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






||>sements idnight Holiness Boosters Classify"tel,)will,Boosters of received CLASSIFIED column.30 be five words run lines after(in classified-,.the,one or 10"Too less time o'clock adver--Late,ap-25 "5i iiTgkT O 4 K a TRUST I OOMPANY fI : l LUCERNE[ [ I THEATER[ [

[fix its;daily three and times one 60 weekly ctnts; one editions week) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES

1.00; one month, $3.00.
Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.


------ I Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller .
to loan on improved prop-
"i "
at the Close of Business M M B
Ity. S. Y. WAY. r- -
June 30th, 1913
|Shanibarger's for bicycles and '= RESOURCESBanking ,

indriea, tfpit House, Furniture
"HER BIG STORY" . . . . . American
and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37
> Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
Estate Jansen & Watkins
see 6-24-lm. Overdrafts ............... 83.98 "ITS GREAT TO BE GREAT" . . . Gaumont

w, Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 Comedy V
ONEY TO LOAN-On city prop- 3 Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
erty. See Jansen & Watkins. r "THE CASE OF THE MISSING GIRL" . . Solax
624lm. I Drama
4 I 661647.12 ..
I Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine 9 'V .,4.'t. LIABILITIES "EXTRA" . . . . . . .' One Reel

reet for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- Capital .................$100,000.00

jcco, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf I ;hL + a t' Surplus and Undivided NOTE THE MANY FINE PICTURES COMING FOR

: x Profits ...... ...... .... 33,889.11 NEXT
I Mr. T. A. :Mann is moving his stock p 43 I Deposits ..... ..... .. .... 5e7,758.01 WEEK j.
Fancy Groceries to the store on the I t Tuesday-"The Master Cracksman" two reels, Reliance ,
Ave. for- Wednesday-"Italian Love" Reliance.
rner of Pine and Orange >
erly occupied by H. C. Robertsond Thursday-"A Dixie Mother" two reels, Broncho Feature T

[ will be ready for business Friday P officers and directors of the Orlando Friday-"The Queen of the Sea Nymphs," Majestic 1

orning. 7-10 tf. Bank and Trust Co. desire to Saturday-"The Madcap of the Hills" Reliance Feature. '

I A t call the attention of its depositors and

[Roberta Branch will be pleased to friends and the citizens of Orlando '
|ke a limited number of pupils for to the above statement. The manage NOTE COMING TO THE LUCERNE-THE ONLY '

no study, and is especially inter- + ment of the Bank feels that this show- ORIGINAL AND $100,000 MARVELOUS PRODUCTION -

[ted in beginners. Lessons given at ing reflects the conservative, sane andy V OF "QUO.1DIS" IN EIGHT BIG REELS .,
jpils homes if so desired. methods in this
-, ._? ? progressive THE BIG ONE. WATCH
119 tfCall
financial institution. Strength begets
confidence, and strength is no where
I up the Keystone Laundry and NOT IMITATION PICTURE.
displayed better by a bank than in
Ive washing. This is the
us your I United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 I1111 ICIHM 1111I 44
}ly fireproof laundry in Orlando. We J i.
ke special rates on family wash- I .
..- 0 0
and also do all kinds of cleaningd
| pressing. All hand work. Phone I SpICI II IIU COISI t YOU WILL SAVE MONEY :
tS s
13. 7-7-1w. I
Ij j **t +** iiitiiiiiiiiiftimt By Getting Prices on your
Brick and Stone'otk I
I Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a .
(Not Sold in Stores Before Building.
|w hotel; has all modern conven- :
Phone or Write
ices; fronts on Ocean just south : Wear a corset made to fit 700. All
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per dayd for demonstration. Call or send post Acme Brick and !
upwards. Special rates by the : rird wSPICELW

pek or month. We make a special : CORSET PARLORS Stone Works i

of sea food dinners Thursday even- : Boa West SL Cor. Sooth. Orlando, Fla. MAITLAND, FLORIDA

sand 'Sunday noon. 78tf. 'I II I YOUR SEWER MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK Cone ere CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. !


) SALE-New modern five-room :

house, centrally located. Apply this : CONNECTIONYou fj
Ice. 7-ld&wtf I,
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IY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice :
suburb isen. in east part of the city. Carl ,' to PleaseMay

IK HILL is the beautiful subdivision :
to the Northeast of the city and '
still have some choice lots there. :
Irl Jensen.R .
II I be safely purchased fromus

) SALE-Some one year old grapefruit : cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks
and seedling orange trees. '
[11 on or address, T.J. Hill, Maitland : and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which where everythingis
rida. 7-12-6td 4tw I .
w will be some months hence.
:LOSE IN, OVERLOOKING I Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con guaranteed.
tRM OF YEARS. P. 0. BOX 727 tracts with you now to make these connections any time

within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
t R SALE-Two good sound and
entle mules. Fine workers and for 13 cents per foot.
argain, if taken at once. Call on Allen & Co.
address C. Whitney Wright, Or- Give this work to your home company and we are
Ido, Fla. 7.10d&w
here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and I
R SALE-Player piano, 88-note,
emington, made by Starr Piano you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, JEWELERS
jhtly used, good shape in every re- with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing f
'ct. Will make some reduction forh.
Music with same. For further inspector and certified to by him.
ormation apply to P. 0, Box 11-
nter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf Orlando, FloridaOur


JR RENT-Six room house, furnishd. -
} Apply No. 7, Gould street. Cen-
lly located. 29-16

IR RENT-Five room cottage with
ll modern conveniences. Garage,': Repair Department at
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply,! The F. JOSEPH RAEHN w
East street. 5-15 tf
your service always.HifttitlMMMttMHIIttMtMiimMiMMMMIIIIM.
R RENT-Cottage and flat, fur
ished and unfurnished. and Co.
JAMES A. KNOX.Ltf. Plumbing Heating

i I-
R HIRE-Nice seven passenger e. a *
uring car. Large and roomy. _
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eautiful home and grounds of Mrs. LOST-Black silk watch fob with\} To close an estate 22 volumes of desiring to make changes in
Bullock North Street. gold locket set with diamond. Locket (
[W. Shelby I
Florida Reports and other law booksare their advertisements must have their
of and two chil- :
| has in contains picture lady f Of j
Bullock large holdings Cleanliness
s. dren. Return to E. H. Gore and receive offered at a very low price. Booksare copy in this office not later than noon QualityFRESH
th Georgia and she has decided to reward. 7-4 tf'i' '
iI practically new. List and price'of each day to insure publication.
her home there willt I '
stablish so LOST-Somewhere on the streets'of sent on application to the undersigned. -- -
her home here with the privilege Orlando, a pocket book contain-I! Good opportunity for lawyer startingin I GRAIN AND FEED STORE AND SALT MEATS
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(purchase to esponsible parties. ing a five dollar bill,some small change i iI |
sonable terms will be given. I and one cent stamp. Finder return practice. ,:' Geo Chick has opened a grain and FISH AND GAME
I to Sentinel office and receive reward.I P. G. WALTON, feed store on Boone street, between
Chadwick for this and
hall on C. D. I j! 7.11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla. Church and South street, where hei!! Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
fer desirable properties. No. 407 AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
is prepared to serve the public with :
1th Opposite theh !
Orange aveune. Those wishing to make trips foi EVERY BODY'S' DOING IT everything in the feed line. He respectfully Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Building. Jul3 tf. -------
School business or pleasure, should see mi solicits a portion of : t
for dates
MMM MW B BOI B MMH B Automobiling,we are open and pure.
WANTED for prices. Prompt service guaran- I picnic parties, or a crowd for an trade. 6-27-lm :
teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla __ 1
evening drive. Call 360 or ask for We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
lady for office JOB PRINTING !:
NOIk jYoung Phone, 360. 5-29 u j!I
time required. C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf in the
Only part : everything Meat Line.
Our job department is j!
613 city. 13tNTEDSecond ;
reS3 Box On account of not being able to se
cure a suitable shop I have stored I II BARGAIN IN A PRESS with up-to-date faces of type, modern I:
hand four-pass- I i machinery and workmen, '
competent :
Ford. Must be in good con- my goods for the present. I havein I Ii The
Two revolution, seven-column PARLOR MARKETH.
ngerAddress '0. K." Sentinel Of- course of construction one of the I quarto and prepared to turn out beautiful )
I Campbell press. Does good work.A and artistic work. Estimates fur- ,
best and nicest lines of boys clothing
bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando nished and satisfaction guaranteed. !
rent several unfurled south of Jacksonville. Hope to sup .
"fED-To Fla.SHOP M. Self & Co.
rooms in desirable location. ply your wants soon. : SHOP SERVICE-No charge for .

ress M. 11. E, Box 598, Orlando.6t Thanking all my customers for SER\1CE-The very best filling oil lamps, pumping tires with

their kind and appreciated patronage, and quickest. No waiting. Free air filtered of water and grease. I W. J8-20 PINE STREET

NTED-position as salesman orHector. hoping to be able to serve them bet- filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street.
W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine
Twenty years experience ter in the future, I am yours for
usiness and have held responsible our mutual interest. street. Are you a subscriber to the Sen- Phone No. 80

itions. Best of references. Ad- 8.12.3t J. C. ANNO, Shanibarger's for bicycles and tinel? If not, why not now? Only
L. D., care Sentinel office.
[:ss W. t
The Boys' Clothier. Sundries. tf ten cents a week. .
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..... ...IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I..I. have learned their lesson and rattle itoff H HllllllllliimilMMIMi
.II.I like

Louis C. Massey, President .

T. Piston Wirlow. Vic._Pm. g. Raters Howt Cukbr .
Howard c. &bc<

L STATE THE BANK I dr> ," .:


of Orlando 'I I :: DEPOSITS

Dec. 24 1912 _____$ ,151,96
I -----------------------------

of Jan. 24, 1913 _____108,126.94
Feb 24, 1913 ____1 41,174.83
i AIar.
: 24, 1913 ________1 49 5 91.12

i] Apr. 24, 1913 -1 5 5 5 0 3. 6 0

The Bank which transacts more business than | May 24, 1913 ---------------__ ._____1 7 7 3 6 6 5 4

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa June 21,1913
----------------- $261,099.43

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up During the summer months the banks of this section expect -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound their deposits to decrease. We expect ours to decrease

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate before another official statement to the Comptroller of the

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis currency.
Meanwhile, we thank the public for their liberal support
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
which makes this excellent showing possible.
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000


correspondent banks are located in every part of

j | the world and include some of the largest Banks in the : ..

; ; United States.

4lilMllilIMIIIIIIiiitMHIIIItlMtMtMIMtlllM- -- it

I- TALKING-OF ORANGE BOIL-IT DOWN : The Peoples National Bank"It

Orange county is falling into line Smith Baker

with Hillsborough in the movementfor is a pleasure to serve yon.
This is important advice for those
good roads. The matter of callingan
who wirte articles for
election to decide whether or not newspapers.
Gas is expensive and fills a great
the county shall be bonded for that
purpose is now being agitated in Or- space. Gold is solid and requires but t 111111111.t.+.
little room. Boiling down means
lando, and the resolution to be laid
throwing off all that is ,
before the board of county commis-
getting rid of the superfluous. Our
sioners to that effect is now being
old professor used to "make the
drafted. The amount that it is intended say
long sentences shorter and cut out the
to ask for is five hundred : N. P. YOWELL
long words and put in bullet words."
thousand dollars. The details as to
Be laconic. Ministers are frequently :
the kind of material to be used and
accused of preaching long
the roads to be built first will be left sermons.
But the length of a sermon is not in
for later adjustment. It is believed
the time it occupies but in its
that sentiment in the county at largeis power
to hold the attention. We have all yam"H
now ripe for the successful carry-
heard of that preacher who heard that
ing through of the proposed measure,I'
his too and i it
sermons were long
in consequence of the discussion that NEW ARRIVALS
1 troubled him, and he asked an honest
has been had, not only in the county, I
young girl if his sermons were long.
but all over the state of the issue of!
improved highways/-Tampa Times. I She said, "No, my dear pastor, they
:i are not long, they only seem long." 1

AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY I| A though sermon it occupies which holds an hour the attention is short,, : We have just received from the cream of the Eastern marketstwo

"Black A Splendid Jack's Feature Atonement"PowersA Program but attention a sermon is long which though does only not hold 15 min the : special values in RATINE and VOILE, and we are goingto

utes. Some men do not know when : about ONE HALF the
melodrama 0 the sea."Jones' : offer them to our customers at
Wedding Day"-Imp. A they are done. Killing time after one

Breezy Imp Comedy."A is through is long preaching, but stop- : USUAL PRICE.
ping before the hearers wish it, it
Waif of the Desert"NestorA
short preaching. Dullness is always :
worth while Western drama.
COMING SOON-"Snookums, theNewlywed's long. When people begin to look at :
I their watches, it is time for the bene- :
Baby. Everyone start
diction. We once had a cultured, 500 YARDS 1000 YARDS
today, scratch your head and get
busy. A splendid prize will be offer- thoughtful young minister preach for
ed to the person bringing in the larg- us one evening and walking home with :' .ITALIAN STRIPE RATINE BEAUTIFUL STRIPE FRENCH VOILE
him after the service
one young man
est number of words in English made
from "The Newlywed's Baby." Bringin said to another." "Who was that who Just what you need for travel In all colors; all the rage for
'preached? The reply was, "I don'tknow I

Watch your for words date on in"Snookum's"this paper.night.Ad- but he will be a good while dy- : ing. You can't afford to miss afternoon and evening gowns.

mission 5c to all.ORLANDO. ing." The services were very brief I this opportunity to buy this
A but the twenty-minute sermon was I. Usually, priced at 25 cents.

NEEDS ONE I very long. It is not the clock which latest novelty, usually sold for

makes a sermon long, but the preacher. 50 cents. Our Price Our PriceNOW
It's not the road but a slow horse
Lakeland has received her fine new
makes the journey long. When the
automobile fire truck and the citizensare
well pleased. The big machine people are sorry the preacher is 00 Cents 1 Cents -

which will be used in fighting fires through the sermon is short thoughis NOW Ii
was two hours long. A minister
was tried out and it seemed to be who had preached a twentyminutesermon LiJ Per Yard : Per Yard
capable of negotiating the streets and
asked his little if he
roads about Lakeland without trouble.It .
could tell what the sermon was about?
is an eighty horsepower truck, car-
ries 1,500 feet of full-size hose for The lad replied, "About ten minutestoo
connection with hydrants, 250 feet of long. It was a long sermon. of the arrivals which
small hose for the chemical engine, a Ministers, however, are not the : The above is only a part many new we
sinners in this I
fifty-gallon tank of chemicals, ladders, matter. Sometimes
hooks, axes and pikes. Every citi en people need to boil down their social : : will have on display. .
:'calls. When a friend calls a
can feel a personal interest in the upon i
fire department, for it stands ready to I friend then a whole half day is not

help all who need its aid.-Jacksonville too long, when each has plenty of

Times-Union. time, but we had a stranger call to i N. P. YOWELLThe
see us whom we never met before.
He was intelligent and much informed '
St. Luke's Cathedral
in certain matters, but he remained
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean.
I I quite two hours pouring out his words White StoreMMIIIIIIIMIUmillMMMMIH
Sth after
Sunday Trinity.
!' Big
j and when he left it had been a bushel
Service for the day as follows: I :
of words and a thimbleful of ideas. ;
7:30 a. m., Holy Communion. I I
I lie meant well, but half an hour would :
9:30 school. .
a. m. Sunday I
have been better. The coffee was too
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10:30 a. m., Morning Prayer. I weak. Business men will appreciatethis -- --- -----

11:00 a. m., Holy Communion and i iI ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY
when their time is worth money I
Sermon. and people will call for nothing in I 11 East Pine street will take your : FOR SALE

7:.15 p. m., Choral Evensong and particular and stay and stay and talk I I washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces ,' .
lecture the doctrines of the .
upon and talk. All well enough' the large and 10 smalL ; 2OAmerica -- -
Apostles Creed. Special topic, "Na have customers who are ; :
piazza of a summer hotel, when thereis We many ( Street
and Work of the Ghost. '.
ture Holy
Laundry called for and
nothing else to do, but for a busy pleased. j
Good music and a cordial welcomefor I:
man it was stealing his time. Both Phone 195. 7-9 tf lo j! .

everyone at all services. I agents and patent medicine sellersare I I NEW TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch

the greatest bores in this matter. The .Modern Juggernaut j:
Just Won't be ResignedMr. They never seem to know when you Mrs. Pankhurst has been taking j: Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light.

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bear his troubles with resignation!- blood suckers, robbing you of time and fail to sympathize with militan-;:

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