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 15, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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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 Atlantic Beach, Fla., July 14.-A Black Point, July 14.-In a desperate New York, July 14.-With tears New York. July 14.-Labor leaders Special to The SentineLWashing1on
Los Angeles, Cal., July 14-To med special to the Jacksonville Metropolissays engagement early this morning rolling down his cheeks. Henry G. and railroad heads looked toward I July 14.-It cost the
dlesome youths who. played with the : I in a clump of woods, adjoining Moore, late of Philadelphia, New York Washington today hopeful of a National Association of Manufacturers
train whistle is attributed the loss of "While attempting his first flight i! the Black Point military reservation, and Rutherford, X. J., and very recently -I' able outcome of the conference favor-I sixty thousand dollars to re-elect
twelve lives and the injury of some I on the beach, C. A. Dorian, an aviator, [ the First Regiment, National Guard of New Haven ,Conn., who was President Wilson through whi<.' Congressman Littlefield of Maine, in
two hundred persons near her last fell a distance of fifty feet in a of Florida, was completely routed ] reputed to be a millionaire and is'' cers of the National Civic Fereradtionrailroad ) the campaign of 190S, according to the
night when two Pacific electric trains Wright biplane yesterday afternoonand by the Second Regiment, both sides [ called the world's champion alimony I representatives and officers of revelations of Mulhall. The National
collided, telescoping two cars and 1,, sustained injuries which will confine I leaving scores of theoretically "dead I dodger, was taken to the Bergen the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmenand I Association of Manufacturers lobbyist .
wrecking another at Vineyard station, him for several days. A numberof and wounded" the field. County Jail in Hackensack, N. J., at the Order of Railway Conductors ; was before the Senate Lobby Investigating -
near the city limits. Many of the spectators in machines who were I Col. H. A. Blanding commanded the 3 o'clock yesterday morning and lock were to seek a solution of the crisis'j Committee today.
injured will die. 'I'watching the flight narrowly escaped Second Regiment, Lieut. Col. Joseph J ed up in a cell. i involving the demand for higher 0 "It was regarded all over as a national -
Three trains loaded with excursionists -I injury when the machine fell in their P. Hickey being in command of the The arrest of Moore marks the lat- wages by 100,000 men on15 eastern I I contest," said Mulhall, "and the
to the beach at Venice, sixteen 1 midst. First Regiment, which is composed I est step in his wife's ten-year fightto roads. The roads having refused to1|l association states reputation on the
miles fro mLos Angeles, had stoppedat I "The accident happened at six forty largely of Jacksonville men. The: force him to pay her alimony arbitrate under the Erdman act in its II results." This was the fight in which
a curve where a switch is turned.I land occurred about forty feet south of First Regiment officers lay their defeat -! awarded by a Philadelphia court in present form and the employees having the American Federation of Labor
the last train began moving forward the runaway which leads from the ho- in the spirited sham battle toI 1902. He changed his residence from refused to modify their demands, I made a stand against Littlefield because -
while the two foremost trains remained :tel grounds to the beach. Dorian had the fact that the opposing regimenthad I I! Pennsylvania to Xew York, from New I apparently the only compromise pos- | of his record against labor legis-
at a standstill. I been tuning up the engine all the afternoon three battalions to their two. ; York to New Jersey and finally fled sible lay in the alteration of the law !lation.i
Carroll Bartholomae, conductor of I and to start he turned the machine Both regiments had a night march !i j from there to Connecticutt, only to be I. by increasing the number of arbitrators Speakers of national prominence
the last car of the,center train, jumped -'I so that it would face straight and bivouac, and it was between 6 pursued at every step. from three to six, thus removingthe I were sent into the district on the Republican
to the track with his light to flag;!down the beach toward the south. His and 7 o'clock this morning when they Moore is now sixty-three years old, railroad's chief objection to the side. Roosevelt hurried U
the oncoming tarm as the signal to'engine seemed to be working like a clashed. Not only had the Second :' and the son of Andrew Moore, of'I act. ,I the front with several members of his
go ahead. I clock and he took the air quickly. I Regiment an advantage in numbers, I Philadelphia, who amassed a fortune j With a strike authorized by an I cabinet, including the Secretary of
With a crash of breaking glass,..1! "There was a clear course with the I but Col. Blanding had his men sta- :' of $3,000,000 in the distilling business.; overwhelming majority and ratified by I War Taft. Littlefield won by about
splintering timbers and the cries of I exception of a machine about a half i tioned behind every available tree i Henry G. Moore first bid for fame I! general committees of both unions, 1500 plurality. Mulhall was there
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passengers, the motor car of the last, mile in front of him, it was coming and the Second's sharpshooters sue- during his father's lifetime, when he Presidents Lee and Garretson of the once more in the guise of a friend of
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train droVe into the rear of the centertrain : toward him very rapidly and he passed I Iceeded in picking off several officers was sued by Major Teagle, a negro I trainmen and conductors, respectively, labor, but in reality, was working for
; of the moving I over it about a hundred yards from :I and scores of men early in the en- valet. It was said that Teagle's duties were authorized last night to defer the National Association of Manufac.
train had given full speed. A curve! the start. He must have been confused gagement. j included giving Moore a champaignebath calling out a walkout pending the out- turers, for the success of Littlefield.
had prevented his seeing the standing j: for immediately that he had passed Second Lieutenant Ernest Metcalf, twice a day. come of the Washington conference.Both I| There was bribery right and left ac-
i i over it at a height of about forty feet, of Company F., First Regiment, was Moore married in 1883 and separated left for Washington last night. !i cording to the confession today and
cars.The rear of the stationary train was 5'the: machine dipped and swerved severely wounded in the feelings,, i from his wife in 1892. It was not, The conference committee of rail-'Ion election day, there was a wide. '
filled to capacity and the aisles were:I quickly to the right, turning complete-I while repulsing an attack from a bodyof I however, until 1902 that she obtained road managers today received from I spread and successful plan to keel
crowded with passengers. The seats:i'ly over and crashed to the ground in deputy sheriffs, who were coming{Ia divorce in Pennsylvania, with $4,000 I the unions formal notification that the Democrats from the polls by plying
wehe shuffled as a deck'of cards by r' the soft sand,had it not been for this,I up in the rear. 'II i a year alimony. In the meantime, An- strike vote had been ratified yester- I them with whiskey. I

the impact. Those who stood were: I' Dorian_ would_ have _been killed_ ., as the I Governor Trammell has not yet vis drew Moore had died, leaving his en- I day. The statement recites that the Former Vice President Shermai
crashed into each other into the far machine fell n directly u upon him. I ited the camp, and is not expected today -! tire estate in trust of his sons, Henry general committee of the unions meet- I was dragged into the revelations today I
_end of the car. The lights went out. I j j "Dr. Parrott, who was close by the although he was in Jacksonville !i G. Moore geing given for his share j ing separately, "have unanimously ap- I as working hand in hand witi '
Arthur Hill, a sailor from the tor- scene of the accident, rushed to last week. The soldiers will break; an income which has never been accurately -;I I proved the strike vote," and have authorized I t Mulhall in several congressional cam- .
pedo boat Paul Jones, carried out 1' his aid and he was put in an automo- I camp tonight or early tomorrow. determined. He has put it o Messrs. Lee and Garretson I paigns.
eight bodies, including a woman gripping -:!bile and brought to the hotel, where Between lgOO and 2,000 visitorswere ; at $12,000 a year, while his wife has 1! to "fix the hour at which these organizations ,
an infant's body in her arms. (|lit was found that a I leg was seriouslyl j I at camp yesterday, the features i !I estimated it as high at $75,000. They I will retire from service." ;i EXCHANGE OF COURTESIES j
Few of the Christian Endeavor del- injured, and !he was pretty badly shaken i of the day being inspection in the! : have one daughter, Leila. t.
egates were on the trains. The head- up. morning, and a brigade review last I THREATENED STRIKE SETTLED, j Washington, July 14.-While diplo- I
quarters of the Toronto delegation of I I "This morning he is resting easily evening in front of general headquarters. -: THIRTEEN KILLED AND TWO f | matic Washington is conjuring over
125 announced that none of the Canadian -J I and he will be about within ten days. Major General J. C. R. Foster,j HUNDRED WOUNDED Special to The SentineLWashington :I the volumnious correspondence between \
visitors were in the wreck.I I The frame work of the machine was ranking officer of the Florida National July 14.-Secretary of the United States and Japan,
Practically all of those killed and injured I broken, but otherwise, is uninjured, | Guard, expressed himself as well pleas I Special to The Sentinel. Labor Wilson, who stood alone in the i i that two countries, by alternately expending I,
were residents of Los Angelesand Viand it can easily be repaired." j ed with the showing made by the men. !! Los Angeles, Cal., July 14.-The way of the earlier adjustment of the courtesies to each other, are
the suburbs. !I i iI I In a ball game between teams of; responsibility for the rear-end collision I dispute between the Eastern Railroads keeping the curious ones completer I
An investigation was begun today i iI I DIAMOND STOCKINGS (Jacksonville anl, Pensacola soldiers, of two three-car electric trains 11 I and their workmen was forced to yield| in the dark as to the real situation re. I'
to fix the blame for the accident. The I Jacksonville beat Pensacola, 7 to 6. at Vineyard Station last night, which i yesterday at a conference at the.jparding the California controversy.
motorman was missing today. His !I Special to The Sentinel. I Before noon yesterday, all the of- caused the death of thirteen persons I White House between the Presidentand ti I During the past few weeks, the '
body was not found in the debris, although -I i London, July 14.-The Piccadilly ficers of the first and Second Regi- and injury to two hundred others, has representatives of the railroadsand :. United States has officially welcomed
it was thought certain that he |"Jonnies" will assemble in force at the ments had completed their examina- II i not been determined tonight after an thir workers and members of Congress i[ a dozen br more Japanese visitors \
had been killed.Conductor J London Opera House tonight, for tions and turned in their papers. A all-day inquiry. Several of the seri- and the wage differences will be I some of whom, even were here to
Bartholomae said he I Miss Anna Held, who has been living special order was issued to have these ously injured passengers are reportedt submitted to arbitration under the, sound public opinion as to the anti- 1
made an effort to "flag down" the ap-I quietly in Paris for some months, is I examinations Saturday evening, but,I dying tonight and the list may be increased -I Newland's bill. alien legislation, which caused the '
proaching 'cars, but that the motor- I advertised to startle London when she owing to the fact that the enlistedmen 1 to twenty within a few days. This measure provides for eitherI stir. Now, the Japanese government 1
man failed to observe his signals. i appears in the vevue "Come Over had arranged for a dance in the three or six arbitrators and the boardof I has presented the United States cruiser
Here" by wearing corsetless gowns wareroom, where the work was to be DEVOURED BY SHARKS I meditation and conciliation of three Charleston with a silver loving cup. t
ENGLISH FLEET MANEUVERS !and diamond encrusted stockings. done, a change was made in the pro- members. It will be passed tomorrow,, In August, 1910, there was a flood ;
: The hose is made of exceedinglyfine gram. I Special to the Sentinel. The agreement was reached betweenthe in Tokio, and the officers and men of
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Y'I I network with a small diamond at The health of the camp has been excellent Los Angeles, Cal., July 14.-Falling railroad officials and representatives the Charleston and the cruisers Sara-
Portland, Eng., July 14.-Today t
marked the opening of the English 'each intersection, giving the appear- and there have been few hOs- overboard from his private yacht in of workmen, that six arbitratorsbe toga and New Orleans, which were
fleet annual maneuvers just outside ance of being composed entirely of pital patients. The medical corps has j I mid-channel between Catalina Island chosen.In near the stricken city, raised a fund
Portland harbor. The fleet is one of brilliants. done good work and cases of sore I and San Pedro, R. Blower Vence, a''I the meantime, a truce had been which was sent ashore for the reliefof
the largest ever assembled at Port- I The front row of the stalls were feet, which have been about the most yachts-man, was devoured by sharks, declared by the roads and their em- the sufferers. The incident was
land and is the most powerful collection booked up early by persons who hopeto serious camp ailment, have been before help could be given him by ployees after this, Secretary Wilson forgotten until Ambassador CbindaI
of war vessels in the world.In be showered with diamonds when promptly treated. three companions, according to reports yielded at the last moment under pres- sent the cup to the State Department .
Dread Miss Held dances. Taken as a whole, the camp has brought today by a fisherman. sure which gave: him no alternativesave with the request that it be forwarded
_the fleet are twenty Ito
noughts, sixteen battleships and four been one of the best in the history of Blower was leaning over the side of to participate the most serious the Charleston.
battle cruisers. The exercises, which EATS HIMSELF TO DEATH the State. The reservation is now his yacht when a sudden lurch of the strike in the railroad history. Kern, &
in fine condition, and craft threw him overboard. Democratic leader of the
will continue until August 8, will be a improvementsare a Upper MURDERS FAMILY; KILLS HIMSELF .
nearer approach to actual warfare Providence, July 14.-As the resultof being made every day. New shower House, and Representative Clayton, S
than anything hitherto attempted. his unusual gastronomic feats, Jo- baths are being installed, and other WILSON OPPOSES INCREASE chairman of the Judiciary Committee, .
Firing at moving targets and practice seph Masse, known as "Ki Ko, the conveniences are being planned. The of the Lower House, assured Presi- Connelsville, Pa., July ItGeorget
with the submarines and torpedos I Wild Man," died at the Rhode Island weather is ideal for drilling, except 'I Washington, July 14.-President dent Wilson of his readiness to sign Mehalisism, a Polish miner, early today .
will be given great prominence.NO Hospital today. Death was due to that the sun is a little too hot. Wilson today expressed surprise that the bill immediately after its passage I shot and killed his wife, Dortha
hemorrhages of the stomach. The nights are cool, however, and the Senate Finance Committee had increased and unless the administration plans ;and their three children, Erma, aged
TIGHTS AT CABARETS Masse was a familiar character at there are no mosquitoes to disturb the duties in the tariff bill on miscarry, the bill become a law tomorrow :8; Anthony, aged 3, and Andrew, aged I
shore resorts, where he gave exhi- slumbers of the tired soldier boys. works articles are more of educationaluse night. 6, at their home in Trotter, a mining .
Special to the Sentinel bitions of eating large quantities offish I I than luxuries. It was indicated Both sides stood ready from the be- village one mile from here. He then
Chicago, July 14.-Mayor Harrison and raw meat. One of his customs BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I that the President would consult Sen-I I ginning to arbitrate under the New- killed himself. Jealousy was assignedby
has.ordered eliminated from every cabaret was to carry snakes concealedin I LEAGUES I ators on the change. land's bill, but the Secretary insisted neighbors as the cause of the .
and amusement park theater in I his long hair and occasionally shake;i Special to The Sentinel I until today, that the Commissioner of tragedy. v* .
Chicago: Tights, suggestive songs i them out to the consternation of spec- NationalPhiladelphia i DENTIST TO LOSE AN EYE I" Labor Statistics be named as one of I 1ft tt,,' .

and The"animal"Mayor sent dances.to the City Coun-i i i tators. 2; St. Louis, 1. I I I i the arbitrators as provided by the I II RECORD AIR FLIGHT
Boston 2 1. Chicago, July 14 A Erdman act, an agreement which
ordinance I I, ; Pittsburg, speck of enamel I I
cil to-night an prohibiting
the wearing of tights in cabaret and McKEESPORT BANK TO REOPEN New York, 5; Cincinnati, 3. chipped from a patient's tooth by a would have made him ex-officio chair Chateaudun, France, July 14.A
other performances where the per-' Brooklyn, 9; Chicago, 2. dentist's drill flew into the eye of Dr. man of the arbitration board. I record non-stop flight with a passenger
formers are close to the spectators i' Hashington, July 14.-Thomas P. American Leroy Kerr a few days ago and yes- was made yesterday by Lieutenant -
or pass through the audience. The ob- Kane, acting Comptroller of the Currency -( Cleveland, 3; Washington, 4. terday he was advised to have the optic LIGHTNING DECORATES TWO I Adolphe Leopold Varcin, of the
jectionable songs and dances are governed -j, today authorized the reopening St. Louis, 11; New York, 1.Chicago I removed to save his life. Diph- MEN I French army aviation corps, who, accompanied -
by laws and ordinances now in]of the First National Bank of Mc-J 8; Boston, 0. theria germs were carried on the by Sapper Chapeau, of the
effect and the Mayor has for a week'I[ Keesport, Pa., which closed its doors Detroit, 9; Philadelphia, 8. speck oitn the eye.DESTRUCTIVE. Charlotte, Mich., July 14.-A light engineer corps, flew direct from Pan
been conducting a quiet investigationas I[a week ago. National Bank Examiner Southern ning phenomenon is reported from to this city, a distance of three hundred
to their enforcement. I j Williams reported the institution solvent Memphis, 5; Nashville, 4. FIRE Carmel township. While Fred Barn- sixty and one-half miles.
I Ii i I and strong in cash. Atlanta, 13; Montgomery, 7. hart and is son were sitting on the .

SHIP BUILDERS STRIKE I Chattanooga, 1; Mobile, 0. Special to The Sentinel porch during an electric storm light- FIND WRECKED AEROPLANE
II SHORT SESSION Birmingham, 5; New Orleans, 3. Placerville, Cal, July 14.-A fire of ning struck the porch and both men
Hamburg, Germany, July 14.-A I South Atlantic I unknown origin, which started ni the were knocked off their chairs and a Versailles, France, July 14.-The
strike affecting from twelve thousand I The City Council held a short ses-I Charleston, 3; Jacksonville, 2. i Western Hotel today, destroyed the I representation of a maple leaf was charred wreckers of an aeroplane with
to fourteen thousand workmen was j sion last evening and after canvassingth Savannah, 5; Albany, 0. business section of Placerville and! burned on the hips of both. the incinerated bodies of two men lying -
declared at the ship building yards ereturns of the election held last Columbus, 2; Macon, 1. threatened to reduce this city to a in the ashes was found this morning
here today week for alderman, Mr. James L. Carolina mass of smoking ruins. Loss $100,000.1 WEATHER REPORT near Nonancourt on the railroad,
Giles was sworn in as a member of. Charlotte, 2; Durham, 0. !I from Paris to Granville. The identity
Did you know HI.-All copyright the aldermanic body. I Asheville, 8; Greensboro, 3. Jacksonville is fighting for a three- Local showers Tuesday and Wed- of the flying men could not be est&b. V
books 5Q cents at Curtis & O'Neal's. I i The Council then adjourned. Winston-Salem, 1; Raleigh, 0. cent car fare. J;j nesday. lished. +'I' ". ;

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That there may be a housewarming -' GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDO
in the East End in the near fu-' SLEMONS\

ture, if all reports are true. I _
That travel may broaden some peo
ple's views, but it doesn't have that A Reu1arDownpour
effect on their pocketbooks.That I
it takes a lot of people around -OF- Where Do You Buy Your SHOES?
here almost a lifetime to make up"
their minds to speak the truth. j
That the weather is now so that] 8ARGAINSmT HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"
loafers in Orlando are out in forceto Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
watch the other fellows work.
That the only girls we know of Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are
that can afford to be homely are the known all over the country as one of the best makes,
who have plenty of money. ANY I IN STOCK .
ones we sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $:i.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $tOO
That some people become swelled
We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
up like a puffed adder over a victory i
which they did not help to accomplish.That I We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
some people who have pray $11.00 Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
airs did not pet them by overwork. We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
They are the accumulation of old $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.
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Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.Ien's .
age.That REGULAR PRICES $2:>.00, $22. O.
it often happens that when a and Women's Rubber Shoes.
man knows his duty in Orlando he $18.00 AND $15.00. SEE CIRCULARS
strives to stave it off by seeking adTice. -
That when a woman can address a GOODS
man by such names as "Pet," "Baby"or I W. M. SLEMONS
"Tootle," and he doesn't wince, he: :
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ICE COLD SODA now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland, TU[ OAKlAND I
formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, Daytona's finest
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top quality- and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune.Let .
served from the best up-to-date foun it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff,on a Stone
tains. corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with >

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Automobiling,we are open for dates I desiring to make changes in I I SHOP SERVICE-No charge for
picnic parties, or a crowd for an their advertisements must have their I filling oil lamps, pumping tires with MAGRUDER I Phone.159.\Vorks, Livingston Ave.on R.R. .
evening drive. Call 360 or ask for copy in this office not later than noon I air filtered of water and grease. I W. I
C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf of each day to insure publication. :Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street.




for Hotels I C E S Figures for Consumer Using $1.00 Worth of Ice |

Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:
Butchers .

Cost of Ice Machine $400.00

Drug StoresCountry Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) 320.00 I

Kerosene for operating at $60 600.00
Homes } per year
rants 5 Cent S
Interest on above at 8 per cent (ten years) 216.00

Clubs Maintenance and Depreciation (ten years) 400.00

Restaurants PER- Total $1,936.00

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

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

Dairies Total $4,964.00 :

Residences Net Saving with Ice Machine $3,028.00, or $302.80 per Year



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The Second Week of the Semi-Ar.nual Pre-Inventory Sale of Dry Goods, Biots: ard Shoes, etc., etc, Vvill begin

tomorrow. Were you one of the enthusiastic shoppers that thronged our aisles every hour and every day of last week'? There

were many expressions of satisfaction at the price reductions--gratified confirmation of our honest statements.

We are ready for still bigger crowds, joia the throng and contribute your part of making this the biggest, the brightest and

the "most for the money"sale ever attempted in this Queen City of Orlando. .

Note a Few of these Reductions. They are Money Savers j


UNDERWEARMoney Mt1110>IMI I I tit I I Mil Ml I HI I It IIII It I ill iI t Waists and BlousesIn

Savers Ginghams, Chambrays and Percale, fine colors and
I effects, all sizes.
trimmed with embroidery edging-Elbow Sleeves. Regular Values:29c, 39c, 50c. Sale Price, 25c, 35c; 1'Jc.:
In'Swiss Mull, Flaxon, with the Sailor
and Lawn new
Regular Values 65c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.__ Sale Collar effect.
Price, 55c, 69c, 89c, 98c, .
$1.20.Muslin 2,000 Yards, Plain and Fancy Whites and Colors of Regular Price, 69c. Sale Price 50c.
Batistes, Flaxons, Lawns, Ginghams, Chambrays, etc., Regular Price, 75c. Sale Price 63c.
Checks and Goods, all of thisseason'g
PetticoatsMade Spots Stripes Diagonal are Regular Price, $1.00. Sale Price, 89c.
selling and eminently suitable for Children's and
and Misses' Dresses.
with deep flounces of Embroidery in a varietyof
dainty patterns. Dust Ruffle, all sizes. Regular Proces, 15c, 20c, 25c, up to 35c, yard. While What About Those House Dresses?

Regular Value 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00. Sale they last at 12/c. yd.
Price, 69c, 89c, 98c, $1.20, $1.50. White GoodsWhite

Cotton Dress and Waist Goods in Crossbar.
That "Eiffel" Hose Worth !
Combination Suits, Corset Covers and Wearing Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Also Dotted Swiss and Crepes.
Regular 15c, 19c, 25c Values. Sale Price, 12'/'z c.
DrawersCovers 1200 Yards of Genuine Imported Swiss Muslins in ex- White Lineen, White Linen, White Ratine, White
ceedingly handsome Embroidered Spots, Coin Spots and Flaxon, White Longcloth.
trimmed with lace insertion. Drawers finished
with Ruffle edged with lace. Floral Effects and Designs in Colors on White Grounds.A Regular Values, lOc, 12Uc, 15c 18c, 20c 23c, 35c.
Dainty Fabric for a Dainty Wearer. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, m2c, 15c, 16c, 20c, 29c.
Suits, Regular Values 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Sale Price,
20c, 13c, Gk: 89c. Regular Value, 35c yard. 190
Corset Covers, Regular Values, 40c, 50c, 75c, Sale While they last, yd Did You Get That Kimona?
Price, 33c, 43c, 63c.
Drawers, Regular Values, 35e, 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 29c,
43c 65c.Are: "Queen Quality" or Sorosis ? Boy's ClothingPlay

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 ..
J5c, 65c, 89c, 98c, 120.

CHILDREN'S ASH DRESSESMaterials Sale has developed quite a large assortment of Waists ? Underwear ? Bleaching ?
oddments of all sizes and all shapes, which we propose
are Cotton Voiles, Ginghams, Linen in discontinuing in the future. Now is the time to look to
Natural and Solid Colors. Lawns in Figures. Madras, pedal wants at half
your Values 50 Swiss Embroidered Robes
Reg. $1.25
Chambrays, etc., etc., all made in very effective style and less than half price. I and $1.50 for______.98
and the fit is perfect.A Including some of the dantiest and the most becomingof
fit for all ages from two years to fourteen years. ; :; Reg. Values, $3.00 1 1981 Reg. Values, $3.50 IDC : i the Season's Fashionable Models. Parisian taste modified
; ;; and $4.00 for ____ | to $6.00, for ....i,J J j \ to American ideas.
Regular Values, 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale
Price, 45c, 55c, 63c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.20. Regular to $10.00------------/3 Value, $4.50 OOl/ MARKED PER CENT PRICES OFF

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

something ? this Money-Saving Sale.







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South Florida: Sentinel .
The Orlando Sentinel objects to Pensacola, now under the commis-
MORNING AND WEEKLY Nothing the annals of barbaric Mayes because he is not strong enoughfor sion form of government, was givenits

reed times surpasses the horrors of the good roads. Mayes has always first taste of the new order on L \
at.the post office at Orlando \S7asli aiiil
cruelties of the in the been for roads r Po1li Ii! :
forks as Second Class Mail Matter. Bulgarians pres- good and so has his Monday, when was held the first meet-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ent war. Reports indicate that many paper. He is not to blame because; a ing of the city commissioners. The
women and children have been mari mossbacks from his end of the meeting resulted in the cutting of
dered, or burned in their homes. At State defeated good roads legisla- many salaries and the abolition of
THE DAILY SENTINEL Demier Hassar more than one hun- tion."-Tampa Tribune.We certain useless offices. The management I Your car regularly, several times a month, and at same

One Year $5.00 dred persons were massacred, Bul. never objected to Mr. :: of a growing city that time have all the
Six Months .. . .. ... ... 2.50 but Mayes requires joints, bolts, nuts, etc., greased and oiled.It .
garian soldiers have ravished girls on the contrary, to the Tribune's business men be placed in charge and
three Months.. .... ... ....... 1.25 j will make
and horrors so repellent have characterized ground for advocating him. We said: this, we understand has been done in your car last longer, and look a great deal

;news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per their acts that King Constan- "It is in no spirit of opposition to Mr. Pensacola. Some day, and that be better. We have a special rate for this
.c.nth. Daily and Sunday. tine has made protest to the civil.iz Mayes, that we say we think the fore many years, the government of i; service by'the

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found d world and indicated his intentionto ground taken by the Tribune for press- the great State of Florida will be month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it over.
tale in Orlando at Curtis &; O'Neal's Book retaliate if the outrages could not ing him as an available candidate for placed in the hands of a few men with j
gore, and Wright Brothers.We be otherwise terminated.The the high office of Govenor of the the ability to conduct big business,! .

will appreciate prompt complaint if Bulgarians, who constitute the State, is mighty poor ground, when, and when this time comes the State -"' sSllo
itlimy is not promptly made by cur carriers. bulk of the population of Bulgaria, aside from the fact of his being a man will be the gainer. The present system *

Advertising rates will le furnished on apjKcation. are a different people from the an. of fine and clean character, the chief- of representative government is'!, I.
cient Bulgars who settled in Bulgaria: est reason is that he hails from West not worth what it costs the people. I) !
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL twelve centuries ago. They may now Florida, and that West Florida, in the With a few men as commissioners and

Jbr year, by mail, postage paid..........$1.00 be termed an ethnic group, made up of coming gubernatorial contest, is en- the recall in vogue for use in case I
Jkldress THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. Slavic- Teuton-Slavic-Gothic-Teu-i titled to put forward the candidate. one or more of them proved unfaithful W ork
Office( 107 Court Phone Street,24 Arcade Building tonic-and Mongoloid Finns-Tar-I It isn't the right of any part of a I II there would be a perceptible advance :I

tar elements, to which Musselmen I I state to put forth a candidate for no in government by and for the
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JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor and Greeks have added a considerable other consideration than that the rotation pl'ople.-Palatka News.GOSSIPERS ',

J. F. SCHUMAX:: Editor percentage. So that the blood does not in office should be observed by o In charge of "Gus" Pfenning, who is now back at work, !
count altogether for the atrocities. I sections of the State. It strikes us I A MENACE I
assures you getting the best
TUESDAY, JULY 15TH, 1913. It seems rather to be the cussedness :that the prime question to ask, and very mechanical work that !

of human nature and the direful effects .II i the only ground to advocate a candidate Judge Pugh of Washington D. C., I ; can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as canbe ;i |

It is a weak vocabulary that has toie of war. I I upon, is what measures does the favors a law to "gag all neighbor- made.
buttressed with profanity. When Alexander had Darius' wife I' prospective candidate stand for, and hood gossips" and expresses the opin-
o in capivity, while she was the most I[I are those measures for the present developing ion that women gossips are a "menace -

Cheer up! If you've pot nothing beautiful princess then living, Alexander of the State along its chief- to a community. .."
much to wear you're right in style. esteemed it more kingly to govern est needs.. j We heartily agree with the Judge on *
o himself than to conquer his enemies Therefore, it seems to us that the I the harm of gossip, but why specify AI.

Dog days are now with us and will and so she was returned to Da. Tribune has got the matter backwards i'! women? Four or five evil minded men !i

remain for six weeks, but we have rius without hurt, which caused Da- and while Mr. Mayes may be i will ruin more reputations and poison !l
them every year. rius, pagan that he was, to make this the ideal candidate in the very particulars ;, more minds in ten minutes of idly,I
o prayer; "Ye Gods of my family and 1 that we have mentioned, :> foul mouthed gossip, than a wholesewing I.IWPIW r & SONS

The citizens of Orlando should turn of my kingdom, if it be possible, I beseech nevertheless it is unwise to suggest a I'i society of women could din 11 I
out en masse to the laying of the you to restore the declining- candidate for the :great office of Governor half a day. And the writer is nota
;corner stone of the :Methodist: churc. ',\S of Persia, that I may leave them purely on the ground that he I woman either. SUCCESSORS TOe .1
today. n. as florishing condition as I foundthem comes from a section of the State o

o and have it in my power to and that that section ought to have its An advertisement pays best in th S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
The King of Siam had 704 wives make a greatful return to Alexanderfor I the kindness which in adversity o "
and not one of them is a suffragette my It Illl C | in it
!tr wasn't until he married his last he has shown to those dearest to ST. JOHNS COUNTY FALLS INTO: --- - ... -

ine, who was educated in England.It me. But if, indeed, the fatal time become LINE
o which is to give a period to

has been shown that the collapseif the Persian monarchy, if our ruin bea St. Johns county has appropriated

the First-Second National Bank of debt that must be paid to the de- $;0,000 for building roads. The county r

Pittsburg was due to bad management vine jealousy and vicissitudes of commissioners are to meet in a r WEDDING GIFTS

and does not indicate any depressionIn things, then I beseech you grant thatno .few days and map out the proposed -

the business world.In other man but Alexander may sit ;new roads. St. Johns county is sparsely
o upon the throne of Cyrus. i settled and in the main wealthis

some of the gowns worn by women Which makes one doubt whether, dormant and undeveloped, yet it
this season, there appears to be after all, the world has made any]bravely goes to work to spend $70,000
standing room only. The wearers expct progress in certain parts and on certain good roads after it has already spent The completeness. of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,

mere man to rise and offer them lines, and yet the universal condemnation a considerable sum. Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
their seats in a crowded street car. of the Bulgarian atrocities i- One by one the counties all over the
convince us that it has mightilyprogressed for the wedding-gift seeker.
o state are falling into line and despite
There is no truth in the oft-repeat and that war is nigh to the fact thah the legislature failed to
ed assertion that worry causes bald- its end. do anything towards the establishmentof These things are so varied in style and price as to give

Bess. As a rule, bald-headed men area o a State system of high- almost limitless choice.
:-jolly lot; and if worry causes baldness CORNER STONE LAYING ways, they are doing a great deal to
why are not all married women make Florida a state that will be well
From the complete chests of Silver to articles
selling at
laid) ? filled with passable highways. a ..
The Methodist may well "shout."
o ? The It is folly to talk about the development dollar and upward.
Why not corner stone for one of
Our sympathies are with our friend the handsomest churches in the State I without a good system of roads

Mayor Van C. Swearingen. But thereis wil be laid today. All Orlando is: Other luxuries and conveniences may The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
an old rag-time song that goes:- glad. The city that does not be omitted, but 'A the state continues
"And I.ain't a got nothin' but sympathy the erecting of the temples for the to grow in wealth and population the the Evans standard of quality and money's' orth, is. main- .
!" And so we may have to let it \ people must have good roads. r ,
worship of the Great God is a city f tained. ",
goat thatCharles lacking the essential of reverence. i I County and neighborhood systems ',
o all far as they but roads ,
are so go "
We may well take pride in the great I Your most critical inspection is invited. ,
Sumner Bird is that of
going to I are part a general sys
civic building, but we do better to take(
Le a Progressive candidate for pride in the building whose mys tictern are only serving a part of their I
Governor of the In time however Florida
great commonwealth purpose. ,
spire points beyond the ethereal blue II
Massachusetts:: next year.He the will have a system of roads.-Volusia
and vaulting heavens to the God
ought to make his campaign in of life and men. County Record. I
San aeroplane and be a high flyer. o- i I II
There should be
a turning out of I
o the city to witness the ceremony of OUTSIDE OPINIONS i T.H.Evans
President Wilson's relatives Jeweler
were laying the stone in this place of worship I
increased by one on July 4th, by the of the great Methodist denomination What's the Answer? i ,
birth of a great niece at Philadelphia.She .
,.that has done so much for the Heine Zim got $100 for remainingon !
was named Ellen Louise for Mrs. I
world. his good behavior for two weeks. OPPOSITE
Wilson and will be taken to the White
Dr. Wray and his people are lie got the prize for being good, but ,
House for
a visit in September.One 1 be congratulated on the splendid su c.l I he got the chance to earn it by being I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.Clean .
o I cess of the effort, that will consummate bad. Where is the moral.-Chicago ;
of the most widely circulated ( i
] in the splendid new church. Record-Herald.
books ever written is the "Wide, Wide I. I 1
World," by Susan Warner, first pub- : -
lished sixty years ago, when more i
than a million copies were sold. It i!

is now styled a "goody, goody" novel.

and relegated to the o top shelf. j I I AUTOMOBILE'BULLETIN Sweep Sale I

The climate of Florida is the great- j'

est asset that any State ever pos- :
sessed and the thousands of people i

who are tired and disgusted with the j
long and cold winters of the west i I
and the north-winters of sleet and j Salllrtlay Julle 28i

snow and discomforts and depression ,
-arc now turning their eyes towards j These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is I

a land where outdoor life is a recrea-: guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped i
tion-and Florida is reaping the reward -,
:i ii and ready to run. j Continuing Through July 13

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Some one proposes to put butter in ![I 1 1912 20 H. P. Roadster Good Condition
aollapsable tubes, similar to those 1 i GIVEN
used for tooth paste and medical preparations i I $400.00 !Free !

and thus make is easy of :
transportation and preent deteriona- ,
tion in hot weather. Perhaps this is1 i 11910 4 To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
already being done and some times it I Passenger. $300
gets mixed in the stock room as we be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky .

get some and has butter and that odor tastes worse like than vaseline Ca-. ONE 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EXTRA three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the

tarrh cure. TIRE FULLY EQUIPPED- selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.

o w SHOCK ABSORBERS ETC., _________ $600
One of the Sentinel force who did'

not have the pleasure of attendingthe I HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES YOURS FOR BUSINESS
meeting of the Florida Press Association i A
at Tampa remarks that he I II
has read most of the accounts of the I; AS FACTORY JOB Marion B. Ives

gathering in the Tampa Tribune, buthe i I
is unable to decide from what the

boys say, just which was the most enjoyable -

feature of the meet, but he I San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
thinks it is a close race between Sto.

Tail's Spanish supper and the visit Floor
to the brewery. iI j I

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If it is printing you want, the Sen- LAYING OF TH ECORXER STONE REV. DR. POULSQX AND HIS NEW t+tltimiMMHMMM
tinel office is the place to get it. OF TilE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHARGE I
THE TUNER Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daniels have returned The congregation of the First Bap- : DONAC ClAM BOUillON
J ORLANDO FLA. from their visit to friends and The corner stone of the above tist church was mightily pleased with
relatives in Tampa. church will be laid this afternoon at the impression made by its new pastorat
five o'clock with impressive ceremon- the services Sunday.Dr. Will give you strength
Rev. W. W. Martin pastor of the ies. Dr. J. E. Wray will have chargeof Poulson has taken hold of the
Miss Norma Bunch left yesterdayfor Baptist church at Chuluota, was a the services and Bishop Morrisonwill work in Orlando in a spirit that means Just the food (or weak stomachs
Quincy, Fla., to visit friends. visitor to Orlando yesterday.Mr. deliver the address. Starkey's much, not only for the Baptist denom-
Band will furnish the music for the ination alone, but also for the religious -
Miss Odessa Broome returned home and Mrs. J. C. Patterson left occasion. life of the city. His discourses
last night from a visit to Boca Grande last night for northern points, where The cornerstone will be laid by Dr. Sunday showed him to be a man of IT'S PURE FOOD

they will spend the remainder of the J. E. Wray. On the Main strete side broad Christian culture.He Because manufactured by Cohoon Bros.
Mr. Lawrence Gentile arrived in summer. will be the name of the church and I is straightforward, unostenta- .
Orlando last night from Cincinnati. on on Jackson street side a passage of tious and deeply in earnest. Patronize Home Industry
business.Mr. Mr. Nevin Sloan, one of Orlando's scripture from John 14-6, "I am the His discourses were in the line of
popular young men, is enjoying a two Way, the Truth and the Life" laying the foundation for building a
and Mrs. George Hamilton, weeks' vacation and is whiling away The date of the organization of the church into a working force, and
leave to day to visit their old homein the time at Daytona Beach. church and the commencement of the showed the preacher to be a man who FLOWERS and PLANTSWe
Cincinnati.Dr. present structure. The receptacle will was too much in earnest to abuse an
Mr. J. E. Wathen, one of Sanford's contain a bible, Hymn Book, Diciplineand occasion for any personal agrandize. have a floral garden in connection with our grocery
George Crawford returned last I enterprising young citizen, spent yesterday names of the Trustees, Building ment and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive
evening from a visit of several weeksto and last night in the city. Mr. I and Finance Committee. His preaching is intensely practical, prompt attention.
points in Tennessee. I Wathen was very much impressed his illustraions ar ewell chosen and
i with Orlando.Mr. MORE IMPROVEMENTS point a moral, he is sufficiently learned -
Messrs.Rolla and Raymond Gaylor, and yet free from pretence. THE SANITARY GROCERY
of Jacksonville, are visiting their Donald Lee, one of the valued L S. Holden is preparing to make Orlando is to be congratulated at ,
grand mother, Mrs. M. L. Dann. attaches of the Orlando Bank and extensive improvements to his steam having so charming a man and so CARUTHERS & GORE
Trust Company, left yesterday to laundry plant on East Church street. effective a minister as her very own.
Phone 200 *
6 & 8 Pine Street.
Miss Sarah Williams a pretty young spend his well earned vacation in the He will soon begin the work of putting Dr. PouLson's family will soon reach t ,
lady from Jacksonville is visiting Miss mountains of North Carolina. in new brick walls on both sides : Orlando and his work will be launchedin 1.'I.I. I.IIIII.IIII..llllllllllllltll.lttlll.III.44
Shirley Montague on West street. I I of the wooden structure, and will add I I earnest. ---
I There is an article of news in the I an up-to-date glass front. The new+I II ORLANDO IN JULY 1888. I H++++ MMHMOMM
Miss Hattie G. Brown,' who has! last "Bingville Bugle" that applies to front will be cut back a couple of feet TilE BIG SALEAt I ,
been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. I certain portions of Orlando, and its I to widen the sidewalk and the building I I J. C. Harper died on Monday of a I:
Goodrich, left last night for Pitts- immediate surroundings. The item ; will present a most modern appear I F. N. Boardman's is received un- complication of diseases. ; I ulf Refining Co1
burg, Pa. II reads as follows: "The roads are fair-i ance when finished. precedented success. Saturday especially ----- I:
ly good in spots." : Through the efforts of Mr. Holden I: proved itself a banner day. Mrs. W. E. Hudson entertained a I H++++
Miss Margaret Adams leaves tonight -I the other property owners in that From early morning till long after party of young ladies at her home on I
on the midnight train for Jack-I f[ "Poker" Barnes, a rather swift I block have agreed to set their build-I I the recognized closing hour were the Clear Lake on Friday last.
sonville, where she will visit her I i young man who has been more or less ings back to allow room for aide I i I aisles filled with satisfied purchasers, Kerosene
brother, Mr. Curtis Adams.Mr. i in Orlando the past few years, will; sidewalk, and that portion of Church! often taxing the permanent and assorted I J. Kennard, of Crisco Putnam county -': :
I| dig sand on the roads as a punishmentfor ;street will then compare with other:I staff to their utmost endeavors. I is now employed as architect and I: Gasoline
and Mrs. A. N. Goodwyn are slashing a man with a knife at i portions of the business district. This is the last week. The few days draughtsman at the Novelty Works.a! :
now located in Nowata, Oklahoma, not!'Miami, recently.Mr. I i will soon slip by and the sale will bean LubricatingOils
far from the Kansas line, and the I WILL PLAY BALL THURSDAYThe i iI I affair of the past. The careful Dr. W. A. Rowland, father of R. S. ;
county seat of Nowata County.Mr. I i H. C. Berry, of the firm of Ber I --- I I mother, the thrifty housewife, the and J. S. Rowland, is part owner of i and Greases ;
ry Brothers & French, Baltimore, is: "fans" are looking forward tot II III I husband, the brother should consider 115 acres in orange grove at Lake i
Frank Guernsey left yesterdayfor I''in Orlando a guest of the San Juan.I next Thursday with a great deal of, well their present and possible future Apopka, and says he is clearing up Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent
Waynesville N. C., where he has: Mr. Berry has been coming to OrLando -I gusto. Unless all signs fail a good! needs and avail themselves, betweennow I 12 acres more to plant in orange trees. ;(
accepted a position as clerk at the for a number of years and has, article of base ball is in store for I and the end of this week, of the I
Eagle's Nest Hotel for the summer. !,; a large number of friends in this sec-;all who attend the Apopka-Winter! splendid values and lowest reductions.The Ex Mayor Reel wears war paint of i,
tion. !Park game at the Fair Grounds. I Store of Satisfaction is growing.DID the brightest hue. Dogs got among ,
Mr. Baxter Long, of the Helms I i A large crowd will come from both. his sheep and before they were detected |
Hardware Company and family leave Possibly five per cent of Orlando'sregular Orange county towns and Orlando will i NOT GET MUCH BOOTY killed seventeen of them. Mr. Reel 450
to-day for a month's sojourn at Day- population is away on sum-i is1 I PHONES {
:, no doubt turn out en masse. i iI armed himself with a gun and
tona where they have taken a cottage. mer vacations at this time. The Some bulglarious individual effectedan hunting dogs.S. ((269
other ninety-five per cent are here I Frank Guernsey left last eveningfor entrance Sunday morning about Orlando -- Florida i
Mrs. W. R. Fuller came up from and the shrewd advertiser will speakto the mountains of North Carolina,I half past two o'clock at the rear of the I C. Colton has a profitable and ,
Tampa yesterday for a short visit to them every morning through the where he will recuperate for a cou-I Parlor Meat Market by cutting.! pretty home near that of Capt. Cook, *+++< Minim
Mrs. Chas. Drennen and Mrs. F. M. columns of the Sentinel. ple of months. He will be at EagleI through the door panel; and was rewarded on Lake Idlewild last Monday broughtus
Aldredge, who leave today for Hot I I Nest, a summer resort hotel where he for his pains with a box of cigars two fine specimens of the Red UNDOUBTEDLY TIlE ORIGINALAt
Springs, Ark. ( The president of the W. C. T. U.I spent some time last year. Incident- and less than a quarter of a Spanish pineapple, which he is raising
,: was out of town last week attend- ally, he will assist the landlord in car-I dollar in "filthy lucre" from the cash with great success. the Grand Theater, Friday, July
Mr. J. Montgomery Smith left yesterday ing the Sunday School Convention so ing for the guests. It is so cool up register.The 18th, Matinee and Night, the Cines
for Chicago, where he will noregular business meeting will be there that they are some times compelled Sentinel force heard the racket At the T. 0. and A., office on Or- Photo Drama "Quo Vadis"' in three
join his father and a party of campers held on the last Friday of the month to build fires in August in order occasioned by the falling of the weight ange avenue their is a machine on ex- acts. First appearance in America,
who will spend a month on Lake I'insteda of Mothers' Meeting announcements -I to keep warm. upon the door bolt to the boor, but hibition designed for making orange Monday, April 21st, 1913 and now
Gogebec, in northern Michigan.Mr. will be made from theo thught the noise incident to the mean- boxes, invented by F. Fearnby, of drawing capacity houses daily at the
several pulpits. I Messrs. John Empie and Frank derings of some second-floor tenant this city. Mr. Fearnby, says the ma- Astor Theater, New York. City, and
and Mrs. F. J. Galentin enjoyed i i Bumby left yesterday on a two and did. not investigate. chines can be had for ten dollars a the engagement has been extended for
a visit Sunday and yesterday from The attention of the readers is call weeks' fishing trip, which they will Doubtless the thief is enjoying a piece.J. the entire summer.
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ed to the advertisement of the New I spend in the Lake Butler region. If prolonged smoker. This is the original production of
Sayers, and little daughter, Marie I Neptune Hotel at Daytona Beach. It i the fish do not bite to suit them, they K. Duke is having good success this marvelous picture, which cost
who were enroute from Tampa to Chi. is under the management of Mr. and I will frighten them all out of the Lake, ONE OF OUR FRIENDS propagating Niagara and Early Dawn $100,000.00 to produce. This pictruehas

cago. Mrs. Despland, formerly owners and.i as they carried Mr. Empie's motor grapes, loquats, Smyrna and White been passed by the National
Fla. 14.-
I Altamonte Springs, July
the Hotel
managers of Despland. launch from Lake Lucerne along. Adriatic figs, ornamental trees and a Board of Censorship and. is strictly
Mr. B. Salomon and little daughter,' is the rendezvous for Orlando folks I The Daily Sentinel improves with
large variety of plants, the warm mel. a licensed pictrue.
issue. It is not surprising to I
returned last from six weeks'visit when that resort. every I
night at
a Mr. H. W. McClure of Ga.
Albany, low soil admirably suited to that pur- I
I learn that Mr. Grouch cannot eat his
to New York. While Mr.
away the affable representative of the Conk- pose. I LIGHTNING STRIKES CHURCH.
of reached home breakfast without it. It is such read-
stock Dr. Cassius Boone
Salomon purchased a large lin Tin Plate and Metal Company, of
fall and winter goods. He evening. Cassius has just ing matter that makes the world go I
reports Saturday During the electrical storm that
Atlanta and Savannah, spent yesterday -! As Mrs. W. Story, Secretary of the
having a most enjoyable trip. graduated from the Louisville Medical -; in Orlando.I round and as a booster, the Daily Sen Ladies Auxilliary of the Y. M. C. A.II passed over Orlando Sunday after-
tinel is the limit. Do not fall downin
and after few
College a weeks| noon, lightning struck the Catholic
will be out of town for the summer,I
Miss Ella Dunn, the popular milliner rest under the home roof he will return -''I i T. A. Kilgore, an old Orlando the good work and you will certainly it is requested that all who are collect-i church, but fortunately only slight
of the firm of Misses Hamilton and to Louisville where he has an receive the great reward that is
ap- !: boy, now on the Tampa police force, ing on the "Geometrical Progression"will damage was done. Several boards
Dunn leaves for visit to her in the City Hospital of.i yours and that is coming to you.
to-day a pointment ',is spending part of his vacation here hand their collections to the and considerable plastering were torn
old home in Indiana. Later she will Louisville, one of the largest institu-] N. H. FOGG.
I i visiting friends and calling on old President, Mrs. F. A. Curtis. oil. The electrical fixtures were
go St. Louis and New York where she tions of its kind in the South. I\1 acquaintances. also damaged considerably.
will purchase excellent line of fall j I Ii I WORTH NOTICING
an Nat Poyntz, of the First National I This is the fourth time this church
and winter goods. i'\ Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Awde and little II I II Mr. D. H. Graham, who has been There were eighteen columns of Bank informs the reporter that they I has been struck by lightning, but it

niece left on Monday to visit friends I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Douglas, solid reading matter in last Sunday's are cashing about two thousand dol-I has never received any serious effects
Mr. and :Mrs. II. Lindergreen of pect to spend ETAOINNNSIIRDLUU :I left last night for his home in Bristol, Sentinel,'every line of which was sel tr lars worth of checks each day for the from these experiences.GOT .
Winter Park and Orlando leave today and relatives in Virginia, West Virginia Va. up in this office. Not a line of fine truck growers of this vicinity. And
for Boston where they will spend the and Kentucky. They expect to I _____ appears in our columns. yet some people say Florida raises I TO GO
summer, returning to Florida in Sep- spend most of their time while awayin I Mr. E. W. Jelks, a prominent business We ask our advertisers to compare nothing but oranges and board bills.
tember. Their former home was at the famous Shanandoah Valley, of' man, is in Orlando today a guest State outside ofthis with anyothei For the next two weeks I will sell
Brookline, Boston's most wealthy sub- Virginia and at Shelbyville and Louis_j of the San Juan. daily paper published in Florida outside NOTICE fcr cash*, canned tomatoes, corn, peas,
urb, and they will spend most of their ville in the Blue Grass region of Ken- ; of two or three of the largesl t pumkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans,

time there. tucky. : Subscribe for the Sentinel. cities of the State. There will be no meeting of the

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this morning.
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I Sentinel advertisers are Orlando 7-15 6t.FORSALEA.
and Orange county boosters. Don't:I
THE GRAND THEATER forget them when have tc few pure bred Rhode
I you money
'l I Island Red pullets. Call Phone 108.
spend something in their line. 7-15 ItI
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Todays' Program I HtMMMHMMi -


u "HIGH TIDE OF MISFORTUNE" (Drama) . . Edison i <

j i: Tenth story of "What Happened To Mary."

__ __ -- I "THE PHONEY SINGER" (Comedy) . . . Kalem I
I "SEEDS OF SILVER" (Drama) . . . . . Selig ;

MOTION PICTURES : Featuring Hobart Boswart and Miss Loveridge. Manhattan Shirts

: "AUNTY AND THE GIRLS" (Comedy) . . Edison

Pictures Changed Daily. \ "JAPAN, THE INDUSTRIOUS" . . . . Kalem Some Very Pretty

: ""'ITII THE ASSISTANCE OF SHEP" (Comedy) . Edison Patterns for the Summer
I Featuring a Shepherd dog that is truly wonderful.
FIRST SHOW, j 7.15 P.M :

i PRICES f from $$1.50 to $$4.00


\ 100 votes given with every ticket. Watch for SPECIAL i SCRUGGS & DICKSONThe
ALWAYS 5 c. and lOc. DAYS when extra votes will be given.
I Home 01! Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes .

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Makes Him Hot I
.We wonder how Major Hunt, of :
-Pittsburg Cincinnati, likes Dispatch.to be the ice man? Crepe Gowns, 98c. i LISTEN !

Where-'He--Got----in Bad I I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each: Worth $2.00, now
Attorney McXab's fault seems to I I TIa MpaDall YCa Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
i, Theater and Magruders
TAMPAii Livery Stable.
have been in not keeping still about
it.-Detroit Free Press. EAR, EMBROIDERIES, i j jI We want to get everybody in the habit of spending
I ;, a pleasant and profitable hour each
evening at the Lu.
Why Elect Any at All? LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS,
Hereafter have to elect THERE IS'NOTHING
we may rtrne.GET
only Congressmen who are deaf and I A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST
dum .-Detroit Free Press. ETC. ,I! TOO GOOD FORFLORIDIANS :.111" ..,, .,, ',...,...,..
No Fly in Her Ointment! I -- -- -
Daisy Markham got $250,000 which: LOWEST PRICES ALWAYSMcCULLOCH'S I ,I
is better than getting the Marquis.i I ,i

Philadelphia Record.In ,I That's the principle we work on i[ WE OFFER YOU
the Innocent Bjstnder Class in the manufacture of FOINSET- (
A British Cabinet Minister knows) TIA Ice Cream, every ingredient !
now how it feels to be President of I DEPARTMENT STORE that goes into Poinsettia Ice Cream I
1\Iexico.-Washington Post. MUST be THE BEST. Every
method used in its manufacture For the Least
Or Maybe Misery Loves Company I 124 South Orange Avenue MUST be scientifically sanitary and
Harry Thaw has sent General Sic-i OPPOSITE POST OFFICE hygienic. -clf""' '' ,
kles $1,000. Who says our gay I
bloods won't stand to ether-WaSh-1 Labor, expense, trouble and I Tender Juicy Meats
Post. -
ington __ 1 time are not considered in
They May Not Like the Smell ; the manufacture of I'OINSETTIA -
Read The Sentinel "Want Ads"
Presently some complacent person* Every DaytMMttMiieMMMMtlimmHtftttHMtMHMlMM Ice Cream. You can always depend on getting the best at our
will rise to protest against the lobby} Its for sale market, and Jon will find there is a wonderful difference -
inquiry as unnecessary muckraking.St. 'I in your town in meats. .
Louis Republic. I

Militants Think It Is I I ( V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO .

suffragette It doesn't ought seem to as be if an arrested English if I ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER[ I, FLA. I H COART&PIGUE1&

she didn't throw anything worse than! i i
a petition. at George.IndianapolisNews. No. 2 BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FIA i

Life is Too Short
Guess It Was Luke McLuke
Have house We serve warning now that if AA
The story that President Wilson your room or
forgot the heat by reading a "funny : Senator La Follette delivers a tariff MMimitM HMMHIMMMMMC .MOn
story" will help a new best-seller if : cleaned without dust or troubleof read speech it.-St.a week Louis long Globe-Democrat.we shall not -
the name ever gets out.-New York :
World. I II moving furniture -tittltlMMMIiililfttttI --- -

Among designs for a New York : POWER OF : Mid-Suffiffler r Reduced u Prices
emblem submitted by 300 artists not I .
Devore : The [Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex- YOUR DOLLARS
one represented and Ames
Evening making way Sun.for Fromme.-New York : perienced man. 33 1.3 per cent all Dress Materials Laces, Em-

broideries HosieryAND
Our Idea of No Place to Go 0 By purchasing ALL of your building |
materials, for CASH, from us-we ,
With drunkenness in Washington a : SEE THEM FOR TERMS -
make it well worth your while. ---- -----'--
misdemeanor, with a fine or the stone : Lumber, Sash, Doors, and Blinds,
pile in prospect, the national Capital Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement MILLINERYiiss
will become a veritable thirst desert : We Guarantee every shipment as '

timore irrigated Those AUTOMOBILE American.wishing solely by to grape FOR make juice.-Bal-HIRE trips fox :::: the PIERCE L[ ELECIRIC L L C01""ln, [, i men DYE represented.Large 18. LUMBER stock Try assures us COMPANY prompt ship- & mm

business or pleasure, should see mi ,
prices. Prompt service guaran 0. Box F49J Agents Barclay
teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla : No. 4tMHIMIOMMIMMMIM
Phone, 360. 5.29 c |

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To tHose whoKnow UsWe


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


1 We would say for our mutual 1 benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you



bid for your i ,s We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of make special

our terms to thosewho

merchandiseand r wish it.

the i. l /$ t

lowness of our { I We do a large volume

prices --'w of this kind of business.


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

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


juat.lJ..LC9lCL & Sno-w-den '


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



l ti


to midnight Business Boosters Classify",)will Boosters of received column.30 be five words run lines after(in classified-,the one or 10"Too less time o'clock advertisements -Late,approximately 25--, I j LAbuTRuST O 4 K I COMPANY'' LUCERNE l [ [ I iiinit[ \ [

cents(six ;daily three and times one 50 weekly; one editions week) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.09. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES _

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

Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller
Money to loan on improved property -
at the Close of Business
S. Y. WAY.
I 4 ? 1 Jane 30th, 1913 PROGRAM TODAY

Shanibarger's for bicycles and I "' RESOURCESBanking
I i .
Sundries. U n House, Furniture
FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real t- and Fixtures. ... .......$ 25,867.37Loans
Estate see Jansen & Watkins I F' & .'. and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 .i REELS 4 '

6-24.1m. I '"3v..., Overdrafts ......... ... ... 83.98

x V-z Stocks and Bonds....... 26,018.33 "THE FOREMAN OF THE JURY" . . Keystone j
erty. See Jansen & Watkins.prop- \ V''; Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11 Another one of those rip-roaring funny "Keystone"comedies

6-24-lm. t. j : with Mr. Fred Mace. A story with many amus-
Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine ing incidents.

street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- I v Capital ...... .. .. .to..$100,000.00 "THE MASTER CRACKSMAN" . Reliance FeatureA 1
bacco, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf I to.
I Surplus and Undivided high class, artistic and thrilling dramatization of ? N

Profits ...... ........
to 33,889.11Deposits the
SHOP SERVICE-The very best ; sensational story by Stephen Allen Reynold's former \ I IMtlltMMIMUniHIMHt
q ... 527,758.01
and quickest No waiting. Free to to. to. to.
novel. This picture has just finished a successful
engage- :
filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. .
W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine $661,647.12The ment of Mr. Montgomery's famous theatres throughoutthe

street T country.. One day only, don't miss it. I
officers and directors of the Or
Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to "THE SILENT CALL" . . . . . Majestic
of Fancy Groceries to the store on the
corner of Pine and Orange Ave. for ;; call the attention of its depositors and A thrilling and exciting story of intense dramatic in-
friends and the citizens of Orlandoto terest.
merly occupied by H. C. Robertsonand 1.
x. ; 1 1 to the above statement The management -
will be ready for business Friday ,4.
r i'I I of the Bank feels that this showing -
morning. 7-10 tf.
}' a reflects the conservative, sane and m LUCERNE, the theatre of refinement-the show you .

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a '. ,r ,;. + *' progressive methods employed in this I would have your mother attend.
new hotel; has all modern conven- '- V = institution. Strength begets IIfinancial ,

iences; fronts on Ocean just southof confidence, and strength is no where I
displayed better by a bank than in
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day I II
and upwards. Special rates by the United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its MIIMHM
patrons.J :
week or month. We make a specialty -
of sea food dinners Thursday even- 1.._ 0 0

ings cure On and a account suitable Sunday of not shop noon.being I have able 7-8-tf.stored to se- !::% t t* .iiiiiii'.i'.iii'.iSi'.i'.iiiiiiii'.i'.i'.ii'.i'.iiii'.iii ii I ItMako( No Biltoreilce r ll llIn

my goods for the present I have :
in course of construction one of the I
best and nicest lines of boys clothing : what part of the State you want to build, you naturally _
south of Jacksonville. Hope to sup- : desire to purchase the BEST material at the LOWEST

ply your wants soon. price, with the QUICKEST deliveries and the BEST
Thanking all my customers for : freight rates.

their kind and appreciated patronage, : ISN'T THAT A FACT ?
hoping to be able to serve them bet- : YOUR SEWER
ter in the future, I am yours for Acknowledging that they are Facts, then YOU
our mutual interest MATERIAL FROM ME.

8-12-31 J. C. ANNO, I JELK'S Macon Brick, Paving, Building, Fire and
The Boys' Clothier. : CONNECTIONYou Rough Texture.

FOR SALE LEGG'S Fancy and Faced and Pressed Brick.

: BIBB'S Sewer and Drain Pipe. -
FOR SALE-New modern five-room
house, centrally located. Apply this ATLAS PORTLAND, EiMENT. ,
office. 7-1 d & w tf : "The
standard which
by all others are measured"
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I Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing etc.
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice ,
suburb in east part of the city. Carl : BEAVER BOARDS.

: cannot use your sewer until main, septic tanks Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices delivered -
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision to part of the state.
to the Northeast of the eity andI I and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which any
still have some choice lots there. :

Carl Jensen. will be some months hence. Phones 207-208W.R. .

FOR SALE-Some one year old grape : Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con- Omen Salesrooms Whirr,
fruit and seedling orange trees. I Tnekace and Yard.
Call on or address, T. J. Hill, Maitland I tracts with you now to make these connections any time Ruby and Knight Terminals
Florida. 7-12-6td 4tw : .. \ TAMPA, FLORIDA
I within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,.
FOR SALE-Two good sound and #' ".IIIIOIIIIIII.ltlolllelllllllll.III.IIII.IIIIII..I.
gentle mules. Fine workers anda for 13 cents per foot. -- I
bargain, if taken at once. Call on i_ __
or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando Give this work to your home company and' we are .
Fla. 7-10 d & w C ; YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and irella Lorsets _
FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note,I : | By Getting Prices on
Remington, made by Starr Piano'' you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied Brick and Stone Work
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,'I
slightly used, good shape in every respect -i with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing i (Not Sold in Stores) I Before Building.
Will make some reduction for : j Phone or Write
cash. Music with same. For further i inspector and certified to by him. I Wear a corset made to fit 700. Ask
information apply to P. 0. Box 114 I I for a demonstration. Call or send post I i i Acme Brick and !
Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf j I I I card toSPIRELLA
Stone Works

= I sos West St. Cor. South. Orlando Fla. MAITLAND, FLORIDA
FOR RENT-Six room house, furnish-I i I
ed. Apply No. 7, Gouid CenI, MRS. J. VAN BCSKIRK, Comtiere.CHAS.I. A. DALLAS, Prop.
trally located. 29-16''!I I 1'111111111111111110111111'I
i II I -
FOR RENT-Five room cottage with :
all modern conveniences. Garage J,
for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply i The F. JOSEPH RAEHN
515 East street. 5-15 tf iI i I a

FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur-! Gifts Please :

nished and unfurnished.JAMES A. KNOX. Plumbing and Heating Co. to

6-26 U.FOR .

HIRE-Nice seven passenger .

touring car. Large and roomy. iiiiiiimniimmii'& & & . . . .-.'HiimtiiiiXHT:SISiSiiSZmLLiLb l I I.
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.FOR TTTT.---------& & May be safely purchased from \;
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i FACTSThose I MIMMMtllllittttttMlttlMIMHilllMlltilttitlM {! where
us everything A
Beautiful; home and grounds of Mrs. who are contemplating taking :

E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. up the Community Mausoleum{(: 1

Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in project tha tis being promoted in 1 THE MARKETOf is guaranteed.' _
North Georgia and she has decided to Orlando will do well to see me. I have :

re-establish her home there so will facts in black and white that I would :

rent her home here with the privilege I like to show them from some very : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH 1.
of purchase to responsible parties. prominent men regarding the Mausoleum I
Reasonable terms will be given. question, cemetery supt's. un- : at
Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and dertakers, etc. F. J. TERRY.I I AND SALT MEATS Allen & Co.

other desirable properties. No. 407 I 7-13 3t FISH AND GAME

South Orange aveune. Opposite the BARGAIN IX LAW- BOOKS- _

High School Building. Jul3 tf. --- ------- -- -- --- Kept under the best sanitary conditions. i
--V- To close an estate 22 volumes of
WANTED Florida Reports and other law books Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh JEWELERS

-WANTED-Young lady for office are offered at a very low price. Booksare and pure. 1
work. Only part time required. practically new. List and price I
Address Box 613 city. 13-2t sent on application to the undersigned.Good We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have '
opportunity for lawyer startingin Orlando Florida
'WANTED-Second hand four-pass- everything in the Meat Line. ,
eager Ford. Must be in good con- practice. I A
dition. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of- P. G. WALTON, I i
fice. 7.11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla. I
WANTED-To rent several unfur- GRAIN AND FEED STORE
nished rooms in desirable location.
Address M. H. E., Box 598, Orlando. Geo Chick has opened a grain and H. M. Self & Co. Our -
7.861 __ feed store on Boone street, between Repair Department at

CLASS Cook wishes Church and South street, where he A
situation in private family any is prepared to serve the public with your service always.
where. Address A. Care Sentinel. everything in the feed line. He respectfully Phone No. 80MIMMtlMMHMMMIMIMHMHIiilMMIIilMIMii
solicits a portion of yourhad.

Patronize Sentinel advertiser. *. 6-27-u n




::1 : -
The pineapple crop of Florida sold
_ C. Massey, President :
, for over a million dollars this year.A .

T. Pietoa Vrlow. VkcJ>m.owri .. WUn Bow Cukkrjjoiwl -

C. E&bAw't CuU A.Ktwell.Au't Cukkr new boat line is being established -

between Punta Gorda and Pine Is-



A. C. Collins, of Webster received

this year $5,000 for forty-five acres

I STATE of tomatoes.

Thirteen cars of watermelons were

: shipped out of Columbia county last

: Monday.

I of OrlandoTHE ,: Fellsmere is -to have a brass band

: This is certainly a movement in the 1 I i

: progressive line. i

i iI 4 Per Cent Interest
I on $1,000
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND : Forty-ton capacity will be added toj i

: the Ocala ice plant and this will give is -

: the plant of sixty tons per day. $19,955,400.13
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: Freddie Rogers, 14ears old, of in 250 years
The Bank which transacts more business than
: Holly Hill was shot and killed by his -
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa : eight-year-old brother a few days ago. Evansville, Ind., Oct. 27.

Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the

: Ground was broken Wednesday for i credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interestfor

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up : the brick church to be erected inj i 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount toJI9,955,400.l3.Post

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound : Sarasota by the Methodist congre-i I Tribune.

I gation. The structure is to cost, complete -j
with careful attention to the legiti.
banking principles
: about $15,000. I

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis
reuected in the large amount of deposits. The Volunteer Firemen's Association -
I of Rome Ga., will spend a weekor
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 more in Fernandina beginning this

I week. A great program of entertainments .
I and diversions has been plan-



The Pensacola navy yard, which

was closed several years ago by or-
correspondent banks are located in of
every part ;
der of the Taft administration, is tobe

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the re-opened and made a marine base.

One thousand marines will be quartered -
United States.
there. They will be brought from

Philadelphia and Brooklyn.
..-------- let your money work for you in
While a mule at Arcadia was being
shod he grabbed the negro holding

his halter and swung him about the I The Peoples National Bank
Apopka, Fla., July 14.-The Apopka Alan H. White and wife to A. H.
shop. The animal bit into the negro's :
Board of Trade at its last meet- Bourlay.Wm. .
leg so deeply, and held his grip so I "
ing put itself on record as unanimously Perry to R. Bruce Perry.J. : "It is a pleasure to serve you.
strongly that iron rods had to be used
favoring the proposition to requestthe G. Tyner and wife to Paul Macey.J. .
to pry his jaws apart.-Palm Beach ;
of Commissionersto E. Bartlett and wife !
Board County to Fred
: L.I County. " ,::':" MIMMIilMMMfr
call for an election to issue bondsto Bartlett. '::::: MlilllMHMMMMHMMMMMMMHMHUHMMIMIHHII :::

the amount of five hundred thous- Orange County Investment Co., to
Watermelons took first place in I
and dollars, to build brick roads..1 Samuel Eastham.
the State's produce shipments for the IliMIMH
throughout Orange county. J. W. Perkins and wife to J. M.
I last week in June with 797 cars ship.
This is the first step in the right direction -Neel, ), Jr., et al.
ped to various parts of the United
and now if this action is back. Frank: Day and wife to H. H. Ic-
States. At that, it is said that Flor- N.P.YOWELL
ed up by the "other sections, of the Clure.
ida has rather a light crop. One car
county, there is but little doubt but Munger Land Co., to Frank Raw-
of citrus fruits, 67 carloads of pine-
what in due time we will have vitri- ak.
apples and 157 carloads of vegetableswere .
fied brick roads throughout the coun- Martha E. Fox to J. C. Bennett.
shipped during the ,same time.
ty. Overstreet Crate Co., to W. J.
I -Fort Pierce News.
There is still hope of Apopka hav- Parker.

ing one more new hotel before anoth. I Will H. Fox and wife to J. T. Ald-
The police have started in their
er winter as Mr. W. T. Wilson is still I ridge. '
semi-annual cleaning up of vagrants NEW\ ARRIVALS
contemplating the erectio nof a 25- E. B. Bradley to Geo. F. Anderson.
mostly negroes, and daily a squad of
room hotel on Central avenue. Other I E. C. Moore to H. C. Dann.
the, weary ones are rounded up in mu-
parties along that line and one of our i A. C. Starbird and wife to Geo F.
nicipal court and placed at work for
enterprising citizens ogers to give a i Munroe.
the city in payment of fines. The
fine large building lot to the persons J W. H Hammond and wife to Geo.
wharves and railway yards are nearly We have just received from the cream of the Eastern markets
who will come here and build a hotel I F. Muroe..
always full of freight to be handled, ,
of from 35 to 50 rooms. This offer J Arthur Schujts to F. W. Shephard.
with labor scarce, and the authoritieshave two special values in RATINE and VOILE and
is likely to be taken up by some one Walter N. Newell and wife to Rosey we are going
determined to compel the men .
soon. There is plenty of room for L. Wilson.A. either to work for wages or do com- I to offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the
two more good hotels here nw and.l F Odlin end wife to L. A. Shat-
pulsory work for the city.-Tampa
both mould! be kept filled all during the tuck.A.. Tribune. USUAL PRICE. ;

tourist season as well as the ones we A. Miller and wife to Fred L.

already have here. Bartlett.J. .
is fast the
Tampa attaining positionof
The American Realty Company has E. Bartlett and wife to Fred L.
one of the leading oil distributin
begun to erect cottages on their prop-I Bartlett.Jno. .
headquarters of the South. Much fuelis '
erty here which they will oger F. Schumann and wife to P. consumed in the immense phos- 500 YARDS 1000 YARDS

as fast as they are completed. The ,i B. Wicoff.

first house now under course of erec- Overstreet Turpentine Co., to Etta phate Florida plants in the scattered country over adjacent South to ITALIAN STRIPE RATINE BEAUTIFUL STRIPE FRENCH VOILE':

tion is beautifully located on Ffth Fish.
displacing coal and wood-burning ap
Highlanddavenue I Tom. Deyampert to Jas. D. Beggs.S. paratus. During the fiscal year ending Just what you need for travel In all colors; all the rage for.
i A. Robinson and wife to W. E.
June 30th, 1913, as shown by the
avenueI I Martin.D. ing. You can't afford to miss afternoon and
I figures compiled in the local custom evening gowns.
KEEPING TAB ON THE W. Pendleton and wife to N. P.
house, oil shipments received by wa- this opportunity to buy this
Hatcher. ter at this port amounted to 39,613. Usually priced at 25 cents.
The Washington Post sustains a Annie Anderson to N. 0. Swanson. 054 gallons, as against 24,530,448 gal- latest novelty, usually sold for

D. C. N. 0. Swanson W M. Smith.A. Our PriceNOW
large score board in Washington tq
lons for the preceeding fiscal year. 50 cents. Our Price
B. Rundell and wife to James G.
and even when the are away
The value of the oil brought here is
from home on a tour, all the particulars Yeats.
placed at $576,448, as against $230- I
of the game are wired to the news Jno. F. Schumann and wife to H. :
487 the previous twelve-month period on
and of check T. Boylen.D. Cents.
paper office by a system -Tampa Note in Times-Union. NOW J 14

board.marks etc. they are recounted on the Bright.. B. Sphaler and wife to JohnnyC. CRIMINAL COURT v tJ Per Yard Per Yard

Employees in the government of- \\'. R. Munger and wife to Leo F.

fices hich are situated facing the big Laige.C. The Orange County Criminal Courtof I

board, have provided themselves with J. Hodges and wife to Peter Record, convened in Orlando yesterday :

field glasses by the use of which they Mack.J. Judge T. P. Warlow presid- :
can keep close watch of the score H. Smith to Eula May Smith.J. I The above is only a part of the many new arrivals, which we

several blocks away. So common has H. Smith to Eula May Smith.T. ing.The following was impaneled: T. J. :

this practise become that the Chiefsof E. F. Hoskins and wife to H. A. Martin, E. W. Lestinger, R. M. King, : will have on display.

the departments, in what is knownas Vivian. F. X. Schuller, J. B. Redditt, J. F. :
the District Building, have been L. H. Roberts and wife to S. E.
Barlow, W. J. Waddell, A. Y. Fuller, :
compelled to prohibit clerks from Peahman. J. M. Dickinson, J. H. Cooper and B. I

bringing the glasses into the building.But Munjrer Land_ Co._ .. to n John_ ___.. _K. _Bur__ E. Miller
even this order has not entirely chard.

prevented the practice as the clerks Munger Land Co., to John E. Bur- CLOAK MAKERS STRIKE

sneak the glasses in and take a snap chard.

sight when the boss is not around.
Philadelphia, July 14.-Several White Store
This beats the much worn "grand EXPERIMENTING WINTERHAVEX thousand men and women affiliated Big
mothers funeral" stunt worked by the
with the Ladies' Cloak and Suit )Iakers' -
office bo's.AT Prof. W. W. Yothers
of the Exper-
Union, went on strike here today.It IIIIMHItllllllllM Hill .
imental Station, went to Winter Ha.
is estimated that about 200 factories ---
TIlE FAVORITE TODAY ven yesterday, taking with him some
affected. The
I are emplo'eesdemand
Australian lady bugs, which he had I I higher wages and recognition ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY ttttttttttlttttttMtHMMtMIMIIIIIIlHHMIIUIII

Great Spectacular 2-Reel Feature secured near Clearwater to prey upon of the union. 11 East Pine street will take your FOR SALE

"In a Den of Lion" Great Northern the cottony cushion scale which is now i family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces

-a mammoth feature productionof present at the former place. This bug AVIATOR KILLED 10 large and 10 small. ----- -- 207Amel'1ica

over fifty spectacular scenes. controls the cottony cushion scale almost We have many customers who are

"A Trim and a Shave" Championa completely. There is also a na- Muelhausen, Germany, July 14.-A well pleased. Laundry called for and StreetNEW

clever rapid-fire comedy. Comingsoon. tive species of caterpillar, which eats young German aviator named Diet- elivered. Phone 195. 7-9 tf lo

that particular scale. rikhs was killed here today. While '
TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch
Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. People from Winter Haven section landing he brought his aeroplane too Foreign steamship officers are figuring ,

Admission five cents to al. j have kept the white fly under control abruptly to earth; it overturned, and on the advisability of making Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light.

Our next great feature, "The Battleof i the past five years by pruning out he was crushed beneath th motor. Tampa a reloading station for all
Bull Run" Bison in three reels. A water shoots twice a year and spray business bound through the Panama OFFICEIMMIIMIIItlllllllllllllMtHfillilliiMiH

great Civil War production. ing. Subscribe for the SentineL Canal for Asiatic destinations.