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 16, 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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until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State
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milestone was set yesterday :Special to The SentinelWashington six o'clock last evening the mat- !Newport July 15.-From a variety. Atlanta, Ga., July 15.-Mrs. Mary Atlanta, Ga., July 15.-That a bitter
in the history of Orlando Methodism, July 15.-The Euro- ;: ter of the contract for the work of of causes the so-called "rag" dances i Belle Crawford, who is charged by a fight will be waged in the state legis- !
well as in that of the city itself, pean nations and Japan led by Great !j building the Yowell-Duckworth block, are quietly falling into disrepute with warrant with the murder of her hus- ; ]lature for and against the passage of a
the completion of the ceremonies Britain, have put it up flatly to the I i on Orange avenue, was settled and the. ;I the smart set and are being gradual. band, Joshua B. Crawford, in March I the bill making the reading of the
upon } successful number of abandoned in favor of the old time ; 1109, was released from the
relative to the laying of the corner Wilson administration the question one among a ly tower :Bible a part of the common school I
stone of the new church. Bishop Henry whether it will solve the Mexican : competitors, was the firm of Ange & i, "straight" dancing: At the dinner' Monday shortly after noon on a $6,2oO; I system of Georgia was made known
Clay Morrison, of Leesburg, was question by the recognition of Huerta I Bates, of Orlando, formerly of Ko- : dances given here this season there I bond, signed by C. C. Jones. I :Monday morning by members of the '

in charge of the services, assisted by or otherwise, or force the combina-: komo, Indiana. has been a marked tendency among i, Early in the morning Attorneys I.Education Committee of the Senate, I
the pastor, Rev. J. E. Wray, while appropriate tion of the nations to perform that I The great, four-story building of ':, the young married set, as well as those i Burton Smtth and Reuben R. Arnold ; ,which has already reported favorably
music was rendered by the .service for the world. This fact was I pressed brick material, handsome in':I unmarried, to dance in a more decor- j who represent Mrs. Crawford, waived I an: the measure. I
newly organized Orlando Cornet Band. known to President Wilson and his design throughout -and of the best''! ous fashion than during the past sea I a preliminary hearing before Justice I Atlanta ministers are greatly interested -

The corner stone is of white marble, cabinet at meeting today, undoubt- workmanship, will be far more imposing -: son. C. H. Girardeau, in whose court the in the bill, and many have '
set on the northeast corner of the edly through Ambassador Wilson atMexico in its eighty-seven feet ofj i There have been no requests made warrant against Mrs. Crawford was I expressed themselves as either very I
building that will soon rise to pro- ? City.Secretary height than the average northern six- : by any of the hostesses to their guests : drawn, and she was bound over by i 1 much opposed to it or vigorously in I
claim its place among the great and Bryan, while admittingthe story structure of seventy-two feet I asking thm not to dance these dances, !j the magistrate to the grand jury. I :favor of it. a
handsome churches of the State of "Heard" of bombshell in International height, and according to the best but society has quietly considered the I The attorneys then made a motion I! By some of the opposition an effort

Florida. It is lettered on one face politics, refused to discuss the information obtainable, the structurewill matter and the fiat will go forth I for bail before Judge W. D. Ellis, of has been made to have the bill recommitted -
with a quotation from Scripture, "I matter. He and President Wilson hada cost approximately $60,000. The : shortly, it is said, that the one time I the Superior Court, and the case was. : to the Education Committee t
am the Way, the Truth and the Life," long conference after the cabinet city will surely be proud of its fine I popular "bunny hug" type of dance is j" first set for noon. However, it became I of the State. No action has as yet
while the other face bears the inscrip- meeting. Secretary of War Garrison new acquisition. "bad form." j I necessary for the Judge to appoint !: 1 been taken toward this end, and it is
tion, "First Methodist Episcopal also conferred with the President at Work on the construction will commence j It is said that a young society ma- a solicitor general pro tern to represent :probable that the discussion of the i

church, South, 1880-1913." the White House tonight, but declared at once, and indeed the "wires I tron about a month ago, hearing that the State in the case, as the firm i j .measure will have to take place on I
Present on the platform surround- the conference referred to the ap- were hot" with outgoing messages and the servants of neighboring cottageswere with which Solicitor General H. M. I the very floor of the Senate chamber.
ing the stone were those members of pointment of a Governor General of orders when the Sentinel reporter i! wont to assemble at the "Forty Dorsey is connected, had taken a part j This bill was introduced by Senators ,
the church constituting the official the Phillipines.The called last evening at the firm's offices i Steps," a place on the famous Cliff in the litigation over the will of J. B. ; Searcy and Bush. It was con-

boards, Messrs. T. J. Watkins, J. L.I i' present movement by the dip- in the Hand block. Walk, and dance after their labors Crawford, Frank A. Hooper was ; :sidered by the Education Committee,
lomatic in Mexico is The plans for this elegant addition became curious and in'' named. Senator Foster chairman and
Guernsey, H. H. Dickson, F. A. Cur- corps City a I were through, recommended I
tis, J. L. Giles, J. A. Knox, E. H. Wal- plain intimation to the United States I to the city's business blocks were '! company with her husband and a few I While the court was attempting to for passage last week. The
ker, G. E. Nolan, W. E. Martin, J. W. that it must act as a guardian of drawn by Architect M. S. King and : guests, quietly made her way to the I secure an attorney to act as solicitor'in ''' .bill has already gone to the second
Simmons, and C. E. Howard. i j Mexico or admit the Monroe doctrinein I are perfect in every detail. place to watch. There they found the I the case, Attorneys Arnold and reading and very likely will come up
The services were in conformance I operative. I The work is to be completed"' servant girls, second men and cooks Smith held a conference with Attorney !, .for the third reading this morning.
with the proscribed forms of the I German and English citizens have I:throughout by the first of January,I having an animated dance to the J. S. James, who represents C. :, I Then it will encounter its first active

Methodist Disciplinery. and after in- billions of dollars invested in Mexico next or before. J JI I strains of a banjo and accordion. The I B. Crawford, who swore out the warrant i j'' I opposition.Not .
vocations by the Bishop and the pas- and to guard these properties on In the construction of the block, all new steps were being gone through I against Mrs. Crawford. Mr. until the bill had been recom-
tor, the strong box containing a Bible, behalf of their citizens it is expected' help will be of local talent so far as with all the zest of a party at Ber- I James agreed that a bond of $6,250was I mended did the Atlanta local ministers -

Hymnal, a copy of the Christian Advocate -;these two nations will undoubtedly be I'possible. Ii ger's. I sufficient under the circumstancesand i' wake up to its full significance. .
the Disciplinery, and the found in the forefront of the new i i While both Mr. J. F. Ange and Mr. :; when he informed the court of his i Senator Bush said Monday morning

names of the trustees and the build- movement. H. E. Bates had determined (and especially -: YOU SHOULD BE A LIVE WIRE. agreement, Judge Ellis without hear that Rabbi David Marx, of the Jew-
ing committee, was placed in hollow When asked today if there would be i at the urgent solicitation ofj I ing the case, made it the court's order' ish synagogue, had been to him to.

of the stone by Rev. Wray, who then ; any change in the policy of the United I their wives) to make Florida their I! Every one should be a live factor]I I that the sheriff allow the defendantto protest against the bill and to ask
introduced Bishop ,Morrison to the I| Stats by reason of the scare which I.future home, they were especially at-')' in the upbuilding of his own commu-i make bond in that sum. that it be recommitted in order that
assembled church members and citM}fell on the cabinet today, Secretary tracted by the beauties of this Iem'among' ity. If you live in a little town and : Frien of Mrs. Crawford declare the ministers might have a chance to
zens. The Bishop gave a short, but Bryan declined to answer except to little cities, and also very ; somebody wants to lay sidewalks or''; that there is not enough evidence ;argue ;against it. The Senator said
pointed address on the very' appropriate -! say the administration would not an- much confirmed in their decision tot, buy a site for a park, or build a mon- against her to result in a grand jury I'that other Atlanta ministers were opposed
subject of The Church Militant,) nounce any of its policies until it had make this place their abiding place j ument, pitch in and help; it will do I indictment, although the hearing before ,i to it on the gronuds that it was
saying in part: r agreed upon them and could present and because the city is void of sa you good, and the investmenUwill be ;! that body is ex-parte, and only ,;an infringement of religious freedom.
"The spirit of the church in our I them in due form. loons. I a profitable one for the community. ]! one side of the case, the prosecution, 'The names of Dr. John E. White and
present age is Military, and the sword I j Coming on a business trip only two Community work tends to strengthen 11 wil be presented' when the bill is con : Dr. C. B. Wilmer were mentioned as
will never be sheathed until complete THE YOUNG PRESBYTERSLast weeks ago from Kokomo, it was and' home ties; it gives the person who I sidered. hostile to the measure.
conquest is ours. The church must "i [ is the purpose of these gentlemen to ( does the work an added interest in the | It is quite probable that it will bej I Dr. S. R. Belk was asked for his

not stand for compromise, it is not I night Mr. N. P. Yowell had erect a $50,00 mausoleum here, with : things of which he had only taken no.1 several weeks before a bill against '.views on the bill. Contrary to Dr.
here for that purpose. We have laid j I his crowd of young boys and their I exterior construction of granite and I Mrs. Crawford is considred by the .Wilmer, he favors it exceedingly. He
the corner stone of a new garrison,I friends to assemble in the "boys' lined with marble, and doors of cop tice.The man or woman who wants to be grand jury has yet been scheduled and bases his views on the fact that the
to stand as a source of strength, and I room" of the Presbyterian church, I per-bronze; the mausoleum to have aj i regarded as worth while must take I one will not be held probably until measure as drawn provides that no
where Gospel's words are to be heard |and a mighty fine sight it was. permanent endowment fund to insure I part in the activities of the neighbor) the body is called together by the |sectarian comment shall be allowed in

against evil and iniquity of every sort. I It was a gathering of boys-no I perptual care. hood. Everybody can be a booster, I solicitor general. : the discussion on the passage readin
It is also a refuge as well as a fort, girls-and the affair was consideredto The Ange & Bates firm are after j' and as long as one stays in a place! Mrs. Crawford, who declares that i| the school.
and a hospital for those sick with the taste of boys. With Mr. Yow- 'I heavy contracts only in this section it is his duty to boost. When he gets i i I the criminal charge against her has > "The Bible should.be read anywhereand
their sins. The Christian church is ell's usual good sense. and taste, he and wish it understood that they are away from the neighborhood that :; been brought four years after the | everywhere," he declared, "be-
not established for enjoyment, but for I had tables spread with eatables that I here in Orlando to stay-are at present furnishes him his living, he may feel i; death of the man she is charged with'II I cause it is good reading. For its lit-

the healing of the hurt, and for the I appeal to a boy, and then, acting as |I looking up sites to build homes at liberty to damn it as much as he I murdering simply to influence civil ; erary qualities alone, it should be
restoration of those under the ruin- toastmaster, he called on Dr. Staggfor }for their families. I i I pleases, but so long as he gets his I litigation over his estate, presented included as a course in the public
ing influence of sin. I some remarks, and then practically for their families which they expect !; sustenance from a place he should herself at the tower at 3 o'clock Sunday ': schools. Of course, it should not be
"The great mission of the church is I went around the table calling on the to have with them the coming Octo- | be loyal to it. morning. read with any doctrinal comments, but
the reception of every individual in 'different boys for remarks. ber. |I! i i iI. When a warrant from Carroll coun- >' the bill has a provision against that.

sin, and the reformation of every sub- I What impressed a looker-on most Last evening both gentlemen were I II I. WILL SOON BE RENEWED | ty, where an inquest over the body of I would be glad to aid its passage in
stance of evil, until all things are :was how well those boys talked and naturally very especially pleased over I the man who died in Fulton in 19091 any way whatever."

brought into subjection of the Will j!how earnest they were. There was I acquiring so fine a contract at the out j There is much-curiosity felt in Geor.I i was secretly held, was declared in- }

of God. The success of this world I all of the boys' fine appreciation of set of their business career in Or gia as'to whether "Little Joe" Brown I' valid Saturday, Mrs. Crawford left i! INVITING DEATH.
wide work is to be due to the foun- his companions and what they said I lando. for a visit to friends near Tucker.
I has gone back to the farm to stay or j
dation of the church on the Super- i and there was, also, all of the boys' I She did not learn of the existence Scarcely a day passes but a rec-
i I if he is only taking a vacation from the
natural, without that foundation, all i fun-making at the gawkiness and I ONLY A SASH AND A IIAT I II strenuosities of the perpetual political t I of a scond warrant, sworn out by one ordation is made of people being
efforts must fail, even as all temporal blunders of his mates. I duel with Hoke Smith.-Tampa i of the so-called Crawford heirs, until hurled into eternity from an aeroplane
powers of this earth must fail. The I Mr. W. R. O'Neal, as he always I Paris, July 15.The opening of the. Times. John Cox, who is connected with Attorney !! automobile or a motor cycle. In the

Supernatural alone gives the churchits I does, made a most admirable talk, sea shore resorts on the French coasts The stillness is because Hoke Smith ; Arnold's office, found her in the'1! aggregate the loss of life is such as
permanency. The wonderful growth! full of meat and sound sense, and so I scope as does the opening of the racing i'I[ has been east to attend that Smith country Saturday night. She immediately : to cause a shudder to those who read
of the Christian church is shown by I i the hours sped until after eleven season. The latest bathing style'! decided to come back to the Icity I of the disasters. Of the sky machine
i family reunion recently held in Mass-
'I : with Mr. Cox and they arrived !;those who risk their lives in mid air
recent results in China, when the old- I o'clock, when every boy went away for women consists of nothing more achusetts. There were 39,000 in attendance i
est empire on earth, among' the most I:well pleased and all unconscious that than a silk sash wound several times i early Sunday morning. After a short J do so more from a desire to accomplish
populous of nations, was ovrthrown, I i he had contributed to the making ofa round the hips and knotted in' front i!I!I letters, besides of regret women from and twice children as and and a republic formed, in which the pleasant and profitable evening. .That's all-except a broad-brimmed many she went to the tower and surrender-!I prove of advantage to all Of those
more. As soon as "Little Joe" returns |
F ':L'T.i l 'st officials are being tutored by This work of :Mr.: Yowell's will tell I hat | from the Brown family reunion, which'' eeL Ii j I that happen on terra firma there is
( tian and ; much to be taken into consideration.
men women. on the coming generation of men in i i
will be
nearly as large, we may expect -|
May this church live in the Faith SOLDIER BOYS HOME The auto as a means of transportationdriven
Orlando for church and business life. BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG activities to be again renewed j j ji
i the ages to come till the Armycf I LEAGUES I i iI >- i by a sane and sober man not
rhnstianity} shall stand triumphantc I I : much danger attends -it. .It is'the
I PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL Company C marched into Orlando i:
11' all the earth" WILL HATE TWO SESSIONS ; drunken driver, the driver who in his I
afternoon from Black Point
3eml to The Sentinel I yesterday I
the conclusion 01 the Inspirs I II wild desire endeavors to eliminate
.en inch soldiers. On-
I Special to The SmtmiWashington NationalPhiladelphia Owing to some technicalities the looking every ;
of the the Dox- space by attaining a high rate of speed i
Bishop, !I July 15.-President i 3; St. Louis, 2. !sale of the bonds for the erection of could not but be impressed as he saw :
.' was sung by all present, the 'I Wilson this evening signed the Newt t Boston, 3; Pittsburg, 6. i I the new school house has not been ;; these fine young fellows march down j regardless of the lives of those in hb I

band closing the ceremonies with a' land's bill under which the threatened New York, 4; Cincinnati, 2. I perfected and the.erection of the new i iI j the streets of Orlando, with what aj;care, simply becomes immune to the I
:on of the National Anthem. I strike of 100,000 Eastern conductors Brokiyn, 6; Chicago 9. I building for the coming term of! fine lot of boys this town had sent to i value of existence, who causes a great t
weather ideal and in the i ii percentage of accidents. He cares bu' the
was and trainmen will be arbitrated. I American" school is out of the question. The'! the encampment. But one was im- >
T. ole t of the service was the dominant!1 The measure was sent to the White I II Detroit, 0; Philadelphia, 7. i I school officials have therefore decided II j pressed more with the thought that !! persists running chances. Ti I
T uf the works of speed maniac is a menace to the, '_
good strong :
l\ a House after its passage by both House : Chicago, 2; Boston, 1. to have two sessions of school each in just such men is the safety of1: i
and church I vs ho ride with him and should, in ca I
powerful organization, ;
and Senate this afternoon. The announcement St Louis, 3; New York, 0. t i day. One section of the pupils will !; America in time of danger from war. i'
v iking: for the betterment of man- of accident receive the full penalt:
It is pity, that the should r
will be made public later. Southern use the building in the forenoon and; a camp i
i.: of this noble struet- II of the law for murder, for 'such u
Iy means I It was; tated that the chief executive Memphis, 6; Nashville, L the other section in the feel,that the Governor snubbed them I
which will rise to oomplea I afternooD.I' is.
soon would immediately proceed to make at Birmingham, 3; New Orleans, 9. The use of the old by his non-attention or presence, or I
work of man for his fellow selection of Commissioners of Arbi- Montgomery, 7; Atlanta, L will not be continued. 4 word of explanation for not beingpresent
r ... and a shining light to this and I i WEATHER REPORT
tration. This insures a postponement I II lI Mobile, 5; Chattanooga, L I
v : 'tare generations. I of the labor difficulties between the I; South Atlantic WIFE CAUSES SUICIDES ( The Governor, possibly, has business -
railroads and their employes at least I Columbus, 5; Macon, L too urgent to pay any attentionto Gnerally fair Wednesday and Thurfey. -
SHUt BUILDERS STRIKE till die findings of the new hoard of I Albany, 2; Savannah, 0. ."r Ae Seriati. soldier boys when there is no actual .

Hamburg, Germany-, July 14.-A meditation and conciliators ia announced. -' Jacksonville, 5; Charleston, 4. Terra Haute, IiuL, July 15.-Be- war, but the business ought to be
,;ke affecting fin twelve thousand Carolina : cane his 'wife refused to let him go extremely urgent to ca s&< the chief Tint is money" if you allow your

:. fourteen tfcMKtti workmen was Durham, 7; Charlotte, 3. hunting after making all preparationsto executive of the State to entirely ignore wife or daughter to remain long at

. '..red at the sfctpbuMng yards Did you know it?-All copyright WiastoiuSakra, 15; Role: ,. :, go Wesley Bear, age 2 I, of Ceplent ao important a meet as the State the show window where the "Advance
i.' ,. today. boob 50 cents at Curtis ft O'Neal's. Asfewflle, $; Greensboro o, i. 1,, eemutted suicide today. I eacaapttMtit PaR Styles1* are on display.


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annual report of the St. Augustine -I GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA
postcffice, which has been re-:
cently completed shows the largest W.M.SLEMONSas\
amount of business ever transacted at
Jhat.office in any year of its long history. -I Regular DownpourOF

r Passing the 300-million_ superficial Where Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

feet mark, all records for pine lum-
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er..and timber shipments from the BARGAINSWHIN .
|tort of Pensacola were smashed during HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"
the fiscal year ending a week ago I Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
Tuesday.If .
Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $1.00 kind. They are
present plans are carried out, known all over the country as one of the best makes.
Vest Palm Beach will have another y I STOCK
school building for the coming school I ue sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $i.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $.OO
year, which, in connection with the We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
present building, will give it school i We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
facilities second to none in the State $11.00 Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
of Florida. We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, 1.00

3 $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, 125.
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The members of the Woman's Club
Men's Slickers, warranted, and .
$3.00 $3.50.
In Sarasota recently issued a splendid REGULAR PRICES $25.00, $2130,
number of The Sarasota Sun. This Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
club is only three months old and already $18.00 AND $15.00. SEE CIRCULARS TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
has 107 members. It was or- FOR PRICES ON OTHER
ganized in April with sixty-three .

members. I GOODS W M. SLEMONStlllllllltl.

Harry W. Smith waelected mayorof I
the town of Pablo Tuesday in a ,
Spirited contest participated in by the!
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Manure Fertilizer
Considerable interest was taken in.
the election. The town clerk and;, WRIGHT I C
councilmen were also elected. Men's and Boys' Outfitters REALTY & SEED CO. FORPRODUCES

The proposition to form Broward"COOUNO Thais FOR Our REAL Business ESTATE e' Garden Truck I or r FIoer I r's

Orlando, Florida
county out of the northern end of I The man who i is" his own worst
Dade was defeated Tuesday by Dania I enemy always attempts to shift the: Does NOT ULU'nTHE I
and Hallandale voting against it. It blame. |

DELI f0 3r was rather a queer proposition of I I -.".. -
the Legislature leaving the decisionto Every girl honestly believes that i
Dania and Hallandale, for the com when she gets married her husband'
C bined vote was 234 for the new coun- will be different-and the chances are i I [ OAKlANDTHE FRANK! HYRESArtificial
ty and 86 against it and the provisionof that heill.. I
the Legislature makes the minor. !
ity the winner. If some wives would only shut up: StoneBuilding
\ 1 when their husbands tell them to a': CAR
1 -+ POINTED PARAGRAPHS.The lot of divorce judges would have to
I hunt other jobs. THAT EVERYBODY
earth was a revolver before fire Blocks, Cement Brick, House
The top notch of soda quality_ arms were invented. That some people may be fooled in IS TALKING
Foundations, all styles of Concrete
regard to a certain wedding which
t Served from the best up-to-date foun-
ABOUTASK Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof
t. tains. Truth is stranger than fiction-and. has been announced time and again
usually more unsatisfactory. during the past five years to take Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
This is the "t'a&hff jou'll enjoy it place in Orlando. The old boy will FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE Colored Facings
best-drop in today and get a genuine It always makes a boy hungry whenhe not stand for trifling any longer.Are .
bracer. sees another boy eating.No .
All flavors.BUrr'S. you a subscriber to the Sen- Phone 159-Works, Livingston Ave. on R.R.HttiMMilllM .
man is an optician just becausehe tinel? If not, why not now? Only MAGRUDER
Kandy Kitchen makes a spectacle of himself. I ten cents a week.

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t for Hotels I C E e Figures for Consumer Using $1.00 Worth of Ice f

Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:
Butchers- _

v.r Cost of Ice Machine $400.00 $

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

Country Homes ronts} 5 ronts} Kerosene for operating at $60 per year 600.00 : :

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

Maintenance and Depreciation (ten years) 400.00

Total $1,936.00Hospitals
Restaurants PER -

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

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

Dairies Total $4,964.00

Residences POUNDS Net Saving with. Ice Machine $3,028.00, or $302.80 per Year ; \

Two .Ideal Hotel Sites.,

Close in. Overlooking Lakes.


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The Second Week of the Semi-Annual Pre-Inventory Sale of Dry Goccs, Bocts aid Shoes, etc., e-c., till begin

tomorrow Were you one of the enthusiastic shoppers that: thronged our aisles ever hour and every day of last week ? Tl ?re

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 ape Money Saver I


Money Savers In Ginghams, Chambrays and Percale, fine colors and
effects, all sizes.
: Regular Values, 29c, 39c, 50c. Sale Price, 23c: 35c, 13c.
trimmed with embroidery edging-Elbow Sleeves.
In Swiss Mull, Flaxon, and Lawn with the new Sailor
Regular Values 65c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.__ Sale Collar effect. ,
Price, 55c, 69c, 89c, !)Sc, .
$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 65c. 4='
Checks and Goods, all of this
Spots Stripes Diagonal are
Regular Price, $1.00 Sale Price, 89c.
Petticoats I
season's selling and eminently suitable for Children's and
and Misses' Dresses.
Made with deep flounces of Embroidery in a varietyof
dainty patterns. Dust Ruffle, all sizes.. Regular Proces, 15c, 20c, 25c, up to 35c, yard.VhIle What About Those House Dresses?

Regular Value 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, 200. Sale they last at 2e. yd.
Pric\, 69c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.20, $1.50.Combination White GoodsWhite

That I "EiIfei I" Hose is Worth ,! Cotton Dress and Waist Goods in Crossbar, $ I ,
Wearing Plaids, Cheeks, Stripes, Also Dotted Swiss and Crepes.
Suits Corset t Covers and
J MMi Regular 15c, 19c, 25c Values. Sale Price, 12-!
Drawers .. White LineenVhite Linen, White Ratine, White t
1200 Yards of Genuine Imported Swiss Muslins in ex-
,. i Fl xon, White Lon g cloth.
handsome Embroidered Coin and
ceedingly Spots Spots
C trimmed with I .
lace insertion.: Drawers finished ; Floral Effects and Designs in Colors on White Grounds. Regular Values I lOc, 12.c, 15c, 18c, ,0"Oer 25c, 35c. _
with Ruffle edged with lace. ; A Dainty Fabric for a Dainty Wearer. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, 122c, loc, 16c, 20c, 29c.Did a ,
Suits, Regular Values 25c, 50c, 75c, 100. Sale Price, }
20c, 13c, 63c, 89c. ; ; ; Regular Value, 35c, yard, 1 Q
Corset Covers, Regular Values, 40c, 50c, 75e, Sale ; ; ; While they last, /C. yd You Get That Kimona?
Price, 33c, 13c, 63c.
Drawers, Regular Values, 35c, 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 29c) ,
43c, 65c. "Queen Quality"'s ClothingPlay

Suits in many fabrics and colors. Styles-Sail)
Buster and Romper effects.
| Are the Boys and Girls Outfitted Yet ? BOOTS AND SHOES Regular Values, 50c, 75c. $1.00. $1.25: $1.50. Sale PriJ;
.la&60)c, 89c, 98&$1.0..

CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES The Sale has developed quite a large assortment of Waists ? Underwear ? Bleaching ?
oddments of all sizes and all shapes, which we propose
Materials 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 Reg. Values, $1.25 50 Swiss Embroidered Robes
Chambrays, etc., etc., all made in very effective style and less than half price. I and $1.50 for 98
and the fit'p er ft' Including I some of the dantiest and the most becomingof
A fit for all ages: romO years to fourteen : | Reg. Values, $3.00 1981 1 I Reg. Values, $3.50 1 DC the Season's Fashionable Models Parisian taste modified -
years. and $4.00 for ____ 1 to $6.00, for .._.LJ J to American ideas.
Regular Values, 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale'
Regular $1.50 PER CENT
Price, -13c, 35c, 63c; 89c, 9Sc, 120. to $10.00__________ OO/3 MARKED PRICES I

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Daily UNLEARNED quite a difference between the workof "lW

South Fior'da Sentinel There is evidence from many partsof newspapers and Women's Clubs :
We from the Times-Union in
the State that the germ is at work. quote and Campaign speakers, for the pur-
.MORNING AND WEEKLY order to give our readers what looks
Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa and Or pose of creating public sentiment, and r Po1ili Ii
like a curio in logic. The following,
Entered at the post office at Orlando,. lando are talking million dollar and organized force backed by large sums
Mail Matter. dealing with the lobby probe, is froman
Jbida as Second
five hundred thousand dollar bond issues of money, stationed in Washington to

SUBSCRIPTION RATES j' for brick roads, and now comes editorial in that paper: influence legislation in the interest of
"That lobby investigation, which
1 the following from Bartow, in the particular enterprises and corpora- :
;was a rather ridiculous affair at first car regularly, several times a month, and at same
r THE DAILY SENTINEL Polk County Record: I :

One Year $5.00 "We are spending about $10,000 annually i was made more so when the house tions.When the Times-Union, referringto time have all the joints, bolts, nuts, etc., greased and oiled.It .
i into it head foremost. It
Six Months ...... ., ......... 2.50 now in attempting to build clay plunged the classification it sees fit to give
!started by statement of the president will make car last longer and
5tree Months................ 1.25 streets and repair those already built I a of those influences molding public your look a great deal

and in keeping the gutters free from that an insidious lobby was operating opinion, classifies what ordinary folk better. We have a special rate for this service by the
carrier in Orlando 60 cents per I in Washington. The president '
By newi '
grass. If the city were paved all this I understand the lobby at Washington
nth. Daily and Sunday. expense would be saved to the city. i was not sure that the senate would means with them and then says: "All .: month-at a reasonable charge-come and let's talk it over.
Sentinel can be found the tariff bill in the
The Orlando Morning !pass precise
The interest on our bonds will onlybe these are trying to influence public :
01 tale in Orlando at Curtis &; O'Neal's Book i shape he ordered so he said a lobby '
-ii sore, and Wrigbt Brothers.We $2,500 per year, leaving us $7,500 opinion and all are lobbyists". We j
i was at work, relying on the popular
complaint ifielivery annually to be used by the city to I' feel somehow that this is a none *
will appreciate
;craze to jump to the conclusion that .
is not promptly made by our carriers. pay for permanent paving. quitur.In ,
"Vote 'yes' for bonding next i it was working against his plans and a word, it seems to us that theTimesUnion's
Advertising .rates will be furnished on application. Tues-I that whoever did not obey his dictateswas
day and you will put Bartow I attitude toward the .
influenced the The house
by lobby. President, in this lobby investigation,
in black type. To do

,THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINEL paid.{1.00 is map taking a step backward." othernse'l I had already passed the tariff bill so is ungenerous and unkindly, as much :
for year its corns were not exposed. The senate Sin lit
I I if should the Times- : r rIn
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida, i Some remarks, by the I had not acted and senators felt that so, as we saythat
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building Bartow resolution: "First, it's a solar! I Union seems to have friends among
the charge threw suspicion on
Phone 24 plexus against clay as a road materi the supposed lobbyists or the interestsfor
and each one gravely went forward
----- ------ -- al. The finest clay for road which the supposed lobbyists are

JOSIAH FERRIS, ProprietorJ. in the State is the Bartow clay building and I and testified that he had not been I working, and therefore, is endeavor- charge of "Gus" Pfenning, who is now back at work,

F. SCHUMAN, Editor I bought or otherwise influenced.The ing to call off fro mwhat it would de-
I years ago Orlando hauled it here for I remarkable feature of the evi- assures you of getting the very best mechanical work that
street Now both Bartow clare to be a cold trail.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 16TH, 1913. I and Orlando building.understand, it is too expensive dence was the indication of the ab- o can be turned out-at a price just as reasonable as can be

scence of a lobby. Everybody supposed -
either for roads or streets for "A man is known by the companyhe made.
That new circular court house in there were several score of lobbiesat
the simple reason that it is not a durable keeps," runs the proverb. It is .
'New York City will cover 120,000 Washington and of.course it was
road material. equally true that a man is knownby
square feet of ground and will cost I assumed that all lobbies were insid -
Second, we are sorry to observe that the engagements he fails to keep. .1,
.$10,000,000.Some ious. It would seem strange indeedif *
Bartow hopes to get rid of grass in I The business or professional man whois
o classes seeking special favors
the streets by paving with brick. I habitually late at his engagementsis
one said, "Learn good words. through legislation or seeking to avoid
There are two ways of keeping the soon classed by his associates as
learn to well. Select discrimination in legislation
your unjust I
g pronounce !
ti "words carefully. Clothe your thoughts streets clean of grass; one is, by hav- did not have paid agents looking after !i "unreliable." A young man can not I
ing sufficient traffic the streets do more for his future good name
nth fitting words." Do you? on as their interests at the legislative cen- \ I. \W. PHILLIPS" & SONS o
' o will keep the grass down; the otheris ter of the country I than to establish a record of meet-

the using of salt, and we understand -!! ing every business or social engage
Dr. Lillian South is the first woman { So far as the sugar question is con .
that salt is less to ment promptly on time.
lo be elected Vice President of the damaging I cerned it was found that there were SUCCESSORS
a brick road than it is to a clay road.!' o TO
American Medical Association. Thereis two lobbies-one opposing the president
We have been informed that at one! "If at first you don't succeed, try,
significance in that name. and the other assisting him and S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
time the streets of Tuscaloosa Alabama '! try again" does not work out satis-
; o it was found that each was working !,

:, It will thus be seen that in the pro. grew up in "sheepmint" and!i' on public opinion rather than directly i factorily in selecting a wife. I 1'Ollall'I"letll""III"11

Auction of potatoes, horses, cattle and one of the aldermen moved in i on congress and then the investigation' I -- .

' hogs, Florida leads many of the southern view of the fact that Tuscaloosa was I., broadened-who had been trying to

; States and not a few of those soon to have such and such conven- i influence public opinion? Of course

in New England and the West. tion, that the City Council purchase -I every newspaper that publishes an ed-
sufficient to all I P1
o liquor sprinkle I i itorial,every man who makes a speech,
the mint in the streets with a view
The city hall which has been in I every woman's club in the land, every WEDDING GIFTS
of the members of the convention eat-: -
' course of construction in Lakelandfor I I individual who discusses with an-
ing the mint while the conventionwas
some time is about completed and up i i other a serious subject-all these are

the contractors expect to be able to in session. I trying to influence public opinion and ___ u __ __ _
Polk county being dry, however, "
turn the work over to the board of j are all lobbyists.

. bond trustees in a week or two. this may be too expensive a way of i From our limited observation, the

;t getting grass out of the streets, and I I press generally, takes the view that The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,

at o after all brick streets may be the.not is there actual at
Dr. Robert Bridges, a London physician sanest and safest solution.It \ only an lobby Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
made laureate of I Washington seeking to influence legislation -
has been poet
Premier Real is mighty encouraging to be ableto i but a very insiduous lobby, for the wedding-gift seeker.
England, by Asquith.
call attention to the following inFriday's
and hard in
working mighty dirty
be born and not
said to
poets are
columns of the Sentinel
made, but real poets and poet lau- which shows that the turn for brick,I ways These things are so varied in style and price as to give
Then too, it looks to us that if the
reates have not been synonomous roads is traveling westward. The almost limitless choice.
of action -I President wanted to use the "Cry ofWolf" i
the death
terms in England since
of the
Apopka Board of Trade
to force legislation by the Sen- '
Tennyson. was as follows: 'I From the chests of Silver' to articles at
ate, that he would have adopted the I complete selling aI'

0 Therefore Be it resolved by the same measure for getting the same
brain for sta I dollar and
with upward.
Some a
Apopka Board of Trade, representing legislation through the House

r- the territory of West Orange, that the since Democratic strength was sufi -

+ County Commissioners of Orange i ficient in both the House and the Sen- i The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
; "r ture shows in the United States for I
4 county be requested to take up the ate for carrying out party pledges.
i.the ending June 30th was G,3SO- I i the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
matter of bonding the for not
'i Then again, this kind of a charge
000,000. Now will some one please I :
less than $500,000 for the purpose of Against the President, while it does tained.
out how much it would amount I
are building brick roads at their earliest
II not portray him as altogether immoral -
it those nickles were all savedput convenience and that a copy of this I it does set him before the Your most critical inspection is invited.
interest I
out at compound
resolution be sent to the County Com- unmoral and believe
{country as we i
This would
seventy years. page
missioners and all newspapers and that in chief executive
a we
.1 t the figures, but we will getlls I
Boards of Trade in the
county. would immoral
II prefer an man to an
of adding machine paper

[hem on as soon as they area o- unmoral man. i i

Mayor Van C. Swearingen, of Jacksonville -I It seems to us, also, that since the

-= seems to be wading into trou-,J( Senate is investigating, in order to 0u.EvaiiIe'iciart; ; ;

scores another headliner. ble rough shod. He has tackled the I determine, whether there i is actuallyany T.

enium Gild has lately been Chief of Police and the Board of Trus- such thing as an* insiduous lobbyat

tees. To an outsider it looks as though I work in Washington, that it mightbe t
I in that classic city. The !
he was like a man sitting on an open just as well to wait until the Sen-
all pledge themselves not toy :
food I keg of powder smoking a cigar, or!ate makes its findings known to the POST OFFICE
[ garment or eat any
poking away at a well inhabited hornet's country, before passing judgment on
[by the killing of any living' ,
nest with a short stick. We shall its work, as farcical and wasting of
This effectually shuts off all I
: watch to see how he looks when the" time that should be given to mattersof :
.Ild meats and ought to cause a :1
tilt is over. real moment .
sharp adv..nce in the vegetable mar- _

-6'g Tcet Inasmuch as silk worms and .

sheep are not harmed in taking the __ .... -.d .

3 clothing material from them, the Gilders '!

4 may still revel in fashions latest I

T dictations.The : AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN Sale
I Io I Sweep

Pennsylvania Legislature which

,r just adjourned, did not exist in vain, i

as some really useful bills were pass- I

was ed and a public became utilities laws.bill Among, state them wide Bei11llill i i

primary over bill twenty, commission cities, a bill governmentfor regulating [ [ J,

the hours for women, and most ': These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

important of all a bill to submit to guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip-

the voters allowing an amendment the state to the officials constitution j i ped and ready to run. i Continuing Through July 13

to borrow fifty million dolars to be

expended on good roads. Philadelphiamay i 1 1912 20 H. P. Roadster Good Condition

is going be slow some.but the Keystone state i $400.00, Free GIVEN AWAY Free 1

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A striking example of the tenacityof .1 To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
women when they go after a thing,
1 1910 4
is seen in the history of the suffrage Regal, Passenger. $300 be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

movement and recent victory in Il-

linois. The first organization for equal ONE 1912 STUDEBAKER, -PASSENGER, EX- three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the

in that state in 1S55.:
suffrage was
Their victory is the result of fifty- TRA TIRE-FULLY EQUIPPED- selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.

eight years of constant effort. Some- SHOCK ABSORBERS ETC., _________ $600 .

thing like fifty years ago Abraham YOURS ,FOR BUSINESS

Lincoln said, in his plain but force- i HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES

full language, "I go for all sharing' YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME

in the privileges of government who ,
assist in bearing its burdens, by no
means excluding women. The numberof I

women in the United.States who' _

can now vote on more or less of the
public! questions is approximatel 1'! San Juan _Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

three million. It would seem to be time j

for politicians to sit up and take noi i I Second Floor
the of the trend of events. I

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Judge J. P. Hawthorne, l lawyer, We went into a book store the other Mrs. Sholes the popular landladyof \ )

THE TUNER school teacher and successful orange evening just after supper and the Chuluota, spent two or three daysin DONAC ClAM BOUillON

ORLANDO. FLA. grower, of Ocoee and Miss CharlotteBee first sound we heard was "The Whist- Orlando, the early part of the week. .

J of Charleston, S. C., were mar- ling Man. Feeling somewhat thirsty, ,

ried yesterday at the residence of Mr. we asked for a drink of water, ands Miss Mollie Hammond has returnedto Will give you strengthJust

W. M. Tyler ,of Ocoee. on saw "The Inside of the Cup" and her home in Kissimmee after a
Mr. S. M. Register, of Savannah. The happy couple left immediatelyafter had a glance at "V. V's Eyes" as he couple of weeks visit with Mrs. S. A. the food for weak stomachs
is Orlando visitor today.Mr.
an I the ceremony for Orlando, where stood conversing with "An Amateur I Robinson and Mrs. C. Munger.. i

Jack Townsend of Lakeland, is I they took the train for Charleston, Gentleman." They were discussing I -

| in Orlando, a guest of the San Juan. to visit the uncle of the bride, the which of them would probably be the At two o'clock last Monday morn-

Bon J. 0. Lee, City Treasurer, of the first one to come into "The Judgement ing Mrs. M. L. h'eyife of R. A. IT'S PURE FOOD
Mrs. John T. Fuller and children City of Charleston. House," but were unable to decide Ivey, died of congestion of the brain
have to Daytona Beach for an Hawthorne has been citi- who Because manufactured by Cohoon Bros.
gone Judge a was "Predestined" to such an ex after an illness of ten days.
I outing.Mr. zen of Ocoee for many years and en- perience. "Little Thank You" came Patronize Home Industry

Jos Dawson and Mrs. Dawson gages the confidence and esteem of all along just at that time and said he Andrew Johnson returned from

I have gone to Daytona Beach for a his neighbors for his sterling worth had been out in "The Heart of the Missouri and Pennsylvania on Mon

I week at the Breakers. and fine gifts. Hills" making some calls on "Mr. day. He says the four miles of pipingfor
The couple wil return to Florida Pratt's Patients" and "The Harvester. the Orlando Water Works will'be FLOWERS and PLANTSWe
I in time for Judge Hawthorne to take ." He said "Parrott & Co." had her within three weeks.
Mr. R. R. Baninger, representingthe I
Gulf Iron Works, of Tampa, is up his duties at Ft. Bassinger, wherehe told him that "The Valients of Vir. have a floral garden in connection with our grocery
this section. will teach the public school of that ginia" were up in the list of "Best Fred McEwan, fifteen of and orders for
j spending several days in years age cut flowers or potted plants will receive !
i place, and which, for the time being, I I Sellers." We were just about to work and son of the well known policeman, I prompt attention.
will be his home. the combination on "The Time Lock" has
Late Valencia oranges are still on opened a stock of fruits and vegetables -
The Sentinel wishes long life and when a voice said in somewhat au- in stall 19 of the Market. ; ,I
I the market and they are as full of City
sweetness and juice as the early Varieties I every happiness to both groom and thorative tones "You have been asleepfor We hope he will succeed. THE SANITARY
bride. half an hour, why don't you go to GROCERY
I are in Febuary. ,1 .
I bed?" We went.BARACAPHILATHEA. Early this week Mr. J. K. Duke CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

Mr. Green F. Cannon the hustling! CLASS PICNIC sold his store building and lot at the
ENTERTAINMENT 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
BakerHolmes'Company corner of Pine and Court
representative of the streets, to ,..
I It was a happy band of little folks R. R. Hammond of *" *" "
I Jacksonville, is in Orlando Indianapolis, Ind., 1111111 iMnttiiniMMioENJOYING "
who at the home of Mrs.
todav__ __ n in_ the___ interest____ of his firm. I IMr. gathered the consideration being 23,650.00.
i W. E. Stevenson on South DeLaney I The members of the Baraca and A VISIT TO OLD HOME

T. P. Toland, commercial agent street Monday for an all day picnic.1 Philathea classes of the First Bap-I Owen S. Robinson returned from a

jof the Seaboard Air Line with head:1! The children were the members of tist church were invited ,to the homeof four week visit to Battle Creek
Sioux City, Iowa July 1912. P
quarters in Jacksonville, is among the the primary class in the Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. Topcliff, on Church I Michigan, on Friday last. It was his Dear SentinelWe :- bulf Refining Co1tFbip '
1 of the First Baptist church of which last where first visit in I
transportation people in Orlando to- street evening they spent sight years ad hisUndes,. are here at the scene of my
| day. I class, Mrs. Stevenson i steacher, assisted ., a most enjoyable social evening.I Cousins and Aunts did not know him. early activities-a town whose progress A
by Miss Clara Harvey.
I There were about fifty young men and
: I have watched from a little fron-I
Messrs. L. G. Taylor, John P. HyI Miss Clara bears a most enviable young women present, who are reg- The South Florida Foundry has tier hamlet of less than 800 inhabitants j
,I record in not having missed going to ular attendants of these two classes. just turned out what is Kerosene 1
I man, W. L. Redditt, Leslie Alonzo and probably the to one of the livest and most pro- I
V. V. Sharpe are representative citi: 'Sunday school and Sunday for seven. After several interesting and in- largest casting ever made in the State. gressive cities of the Middle West, i iI

zens of Tampa spending today in Or- i I years. ; structive games, arranged by Miss I It was a pile driver hammer weighing I with a population exceeding 50,000. Gasoline
| lando. Mrs. Stevenson was assisted in, Martha Weeks and others, the guests; 2,040 pounds. It went to Tampa to be It is also one of the prettiest townsof :

I entertaining the little folks by Mrs. were served with some most dlicious used in constructing a bridge across I its size to be found anywhere. Its LubricatingOils
Tichnor, Mrs. Long, Mrs Harvey, Mrs. I
cream and cake. the Hillsboroujh river.MASONIC .
Mrs. 0. W. Connor and daughters, parks and street are marvels. Also i|
1! Walker and a few of the older girls of '
I Misses Lillian and Dot and Master' : At ten-thirty, the happy young people rich assets, as they attract invest-i and Greases r

0. W Jr., left last night for Am- :the school. bade their generous host and PICNIC I ments of capital and desirable accessions -;'
1 It was hard to tell which the chili -
bridge, Pa., where they will spend hostess good night. of population from tie outside'iJ Axle
several weeks. i dren enjoyed most the ride, the'dinnr, "Three cheers for Mr. and Mrs. I II The basket picnic of the Masonic i I I world. Grease
the games or the music. Fraternity will be held
t I Topcliff. Thursday, July The successive city administrations
j I am sure one always feels well re-' +#18i
There is nothing little about L. L. ( 17th, at Lake Gatlin. Autos will be have tried all sorts of material for
I Payne, except that new gray runa- i paid when a little child looks up into UNDOUBTEDLY THE ORIGINALAt ready at the Court House at two I street paving: asphalt, brick, creosote

bout that he is riding in for the last your face and says" "0, I have had i I o'clock p. m., to take all out to the I wood blocks and concrete, the latter P.G.WALTONAgent \ :

day or two. We suppose he could not such a nice time. the Grand Theater, Friday, July grounds. Ice cream will be served being found most desirable of all, and

|af-Ford to keep the old one. 18th, Matinee and Night, the Cines' there.If II about the only material new being PIIONES { 269:
Old grandfather rat and his num- Photo Drama "Quo Vadis" in three I' rain interferes with this plan, all used. It has been our good fortuneto

Mr. Edwin A. McKoy, a wealthy erous family that have enjoyed a acts. First appearance in America, are requested to bring their basketsto be treated to a number of rides over I Orlando Florida i
under T. A. Mann's build- ,
[turpentine operator of New Orleans quiet Monday, April 21st, 1913 and now the local lodge room, where supper these concrete streets; one recently taken -
and President of the McKoy Land : ing for many years, made a some drawing capacity houses daily at the and ice cream wil Ibe served from 5 from a suburb on one side of the nit }

Company, owners of a large tract of 1 what hasty exodus Monday afternoon Astor Theater, New York City, and to 6 p. m., followed by light enter- city to the limit of a suburb on the I I --- -----

Orange county land, will arrive this '( and during the night. The brothers the engagement has been extended for tainment of a social character.All apposite side, a distance of ten miles. would not be as hot as brick, is almost

I week. I and sisters and cousins now domiciled the entire summer. Masons, with their families, A finer road it would be di ct11t to I noiseless and would be free of dust,

I under Mr. Hanson's building are, This is the original production of whether members of the Orlando conceive.A all conditions worthy of consideration.With .

Mrs V. B. Chapman's display of I reported as being decidedly nerveous, this marvelous picture, which cost I Lodge or not, are invited cordially to section oL such paving laid ten 1 our lakes, and the natural

I ferns at her residence on North Or- and were out looking for "To Rent",I $100,000.00 to produce. This pictrue be participant in all the enjoymentto cr twelve years ago, as an experiment, I beauty that God has given to us, and

ange avenue is worthy of notice. Al-i I. signs last. night. has been passed by the National be had. is in perfect condition today as when I II such paving as I have been riding over

though dowers and shrubs are so easily Board of Censorship and is strictlya it was first la'd./ Gangs of vorkmen I here, Orlando would easily hold her
raised in Orlando, there are some!!I Mrs. Baxter Long and child left licensed pictrue. ( HAVE THE PAPER SENT I are now at work on many of the residence position as the Queen City of Florida.
j i the Atlantic Coats Line this
homes and surroundings that are as I over streets, and no other naterialis From here we plan to visit St. Paul
destitute of them as a sheep pasture' morning for Daytona Beach. As the JUST A SUGGESTION If you are going off for the sum. being used on the business streets. and Minneapolis before turning our

I in August. II train left the station, Mr. Long start mer, don't fail to have the Sentinel The material is cement, sand and steps southward. We hope to reach

ed for the same place on his motor- The vacant government lot on the sent to you. Just don't forget it. The crushed rock. I have taken pains to I tome by August 1st. ;

W. S. Thornton was down from Sanford .I I cycle and remarked as he was leaving (corner south of the Elks' Club, where I Sentinel coming to you daily is likea obtain from the city engineer: the ex- MAHLON GORE.

I yesterday giving the glad handto that he expected to get to the Beachan the new post office building will be daily letter coming from home and act proportions of each as well as I
ahead his folks. PARTS
hour of OF
his old friends in Orlando. About a i ij ,erected some days, has been cleaned, you don't lose your touch with local the cost of the completed paving. '' FLORIDA

decade ago Mr. Thornton was the! plowed and harrowed and is now what events by being away. The truth of I These figures. I hope to lay before the
j Miss Mary Rock left last night for the calls "a wild of the matter is that who !
poet nothing. many people City Council on my return to Orlando.
and active of I
proprietor is to have .
manager abicycle Gulfport a Western Union
Franklin N. C. where she will
join Even thus it is much improved over are away for the summer keep closer I Paving brick is made within six miles
hospital in one section of the i : telegarph office shortly.A .
i her sisters, Misses Bertha and Frances j its former and if in touch with the local
S. Y. Way building that is now out j' appearance nothingelse happeningsthan I of the city. The cost of brick paving I
I of existence. j i Rock and spend the remainder of ( is done with it why'not make a the people who stay at home, because here, according to the statement of. plan is on foot for a great boardwalk
I the summer in the mountains. play of it. Furnished I they likely to read the : the to connect Atlantic
grown up ground are paper city engineer, is $2.35 per square'i iyard. ani Pablo
i with quoits, croquet and possibly more thoroughly. The cost is! The cost of the concrete workis t.'beaches.
There are a number of vacant lots i llisslarion Stouder, of Eldred, tennis it would be the if had it sent !
I most attract- just same as you : $1.15 per yard. They get sand at |
I about town that have been allowed to
', who has been visiting Miss Sara Yan- ;ive to tourists through the coming to your house, and it certainly is well i< La Mars, 20 miles away, and crushed The Manatee county school board
grow up to grass and tall weeds un- cey, left last night for Chicago, where winter. A small checker pavilion worth your having it sent to you. rock from Sioux Falls, a hundred 1 has decided to improve and beautifythe

til they are no credit to the owners :I she will spend some time. ,might be erected in one corner also. If miles distant. ;j'' high school grounds in Braden-
or the community. You are not a creditable i,
SENTINEL SERENADEDThe The traffic town.
; here is very much heavier -:
citizen of Spotless Town unless'!I Mr. and Mrs. Lindergreen left last What is there about marriage that I than it is in Orlando. The loads

you keep your portion 0 f"it in' a'spot- ( night for Boston, where they will ,dulls the sensibilities A girl who I are heavier and the horses used for!; The B. Y. P. U. encampment held -'
Orlando Band
[ less condition. !'i gave a very enjoyable -
spend the remainder of the summer. can't be coaxed to kill chicken will in Lake decided 11
-- ii a serenade in front of the Sentinel heavy work being Clydes and Per.1 City was a success. I
i c cj after she is married,kill them as calm.! office last evening, and the music cherons, weighing 1600 to 1800 pounds''' Lake City will be the meeting place
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Giles returnedI I j Mrs. Francis J. Allen and two children ly as she would pare a potato.-Xew'' much appreciated by the "force." each. The liads run as heavy as two'': ;again next year. g
I their home in Orlando last evening. f 1 Orleans Picayune Frequently the I' was to three tons of
left last night for Chicago. There Tere some sixteen pieces in anthracite coal, and :
Mrs. Giles spent the past ten days! girl marries a chicken or a goose, and!I evidence, and the band are to be congratulate other material equally as heavy. Miss Elmer Gettier *iil spend the
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mont- wishes to get in practice so she can While there are uneven spots in the : next two months with her friend, Miss '
the excellent
.1 Some men are so indolent that they on progress
calm Broward, at Fort George Island, 1 dispose of him with neatness and dis-I brick and asphalt roads of the city,! Mary Laycock, at her home in Indianapolis
loose their temper when compelled to they are making in the musical celd. I'
while Mr Giles was encamped with patch when the proper time there is not a flaw visible in any of the having left yesterday for that 3
themselves in of I
exert a severe case
his regiment at Black Point.-Jack- I concrete roads. j i city.In.
sonville Metropolis. !! hiccoughs. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Subscribe for the Sentinel. I Would Florida's coquina rock orj:

_ _u_____ ___ :_-=::=- _ _ __ ______ __ == I pebble phosphate be suitable material i less than a wee{ the big twenty- .
.. . . . . . 1..II..el..I.I.III.IIII.e..I.I..tl..II.ti to take the place of th* Sioux Falls i inch suction dredge which arriaved in .
b.e.u..u.-.if1. . . . ,....1, .. .' ttt.IIO"t ll.ti rock is a question. The cement is' Miami last week from Cuba, will be. .

obtainable, and we have sand of our gin to throw mud and sand into the

i l own. If we have suitable rock, I ; Ocean Beach Realty Company's prop
.t GRAND THEATER would vote in favor of having Orlan- ': erty in the vicinity of the dock at the

i do's streets paved with concrete. ItI I I rate of 300,000 yards per month.

I: Todays' ProgramTHE ''fHtitltlMHHMtMHttllilHOfl

G d The h air t SHIRTS
ran e I I,

I "DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND (Drama) . . .. Lubin ;
I ANew Lot of

-- 1 'THE PHONEY SINGER" (Comedy) . . . Kalem '
Manhattan Shirts

; "JAPAN, THE INDUSTRIOUS" . . . . Kalem



Pictures Changed Daily. : :L Patterns for the Summer

I ; ma) . . . .. .. .. . . . . .. Essanay ; ;

i I. r PRICES[ from $$1.50. to $$4.00 I


FIRST SHOW, < 7il5 P.M i iI

i I'Ve I I positively forbid anyone to solicit votes in the Auto | SCRUGGS & DICKSON \

SECOND SHOW, 8 15 P.M Contest either in front or in the lobby of this Theatre.
I The Home of Hart, Schattner. & Marx Clothes

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..::NEWS: FROM ALL PARTS OFF -, I HiinttiimtiiiiiiimiiHiiiHMjnnii ++++t++

Gowns 98e. LISTEN !
Tavares' new bank will open the ,
. first of next month.
.7 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, naw
The contract has been awarded for l. Tl paDQi YCa ;; Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
z about five miles of brick paving in: FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- I TAM ;; Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.

nF Sarasota. W E A R, EMBROIDERIES, i ;I "'e want to get everybody in the habit of spending
I i ;; a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
M1 Work on the new school building'i LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, I cerne.
which is being erected at Lynn Haven,: t i THERE IS NOTHING
y' ( is progressing rapidly. '1 : TOO GOOD FORFLORIDIANS
F 4 yyy'- ETC. :.tl'lllllllt'tett"IIIIII"III'I'i"I a= "tt'J't+
i' A new enterprise just organized in .
Jk Fort Pierce is and marble:
a granite
4 ;... ., ,
;x company which will be ready for busi-I LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS ; ., .
nes within a short time. I i I t tI

That's the principle we work on WE OFFER YOU
Preliminary arrangements are already -' McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT in the manufacture of FOIXSET- I
under way by the Jacksonville TIA Ice Cream every ingredientthat THE MOST OF THE BEST
& board of trade for the Confederate STORE goes into Foinscttia Ice Cream
Veterans' Reunion next year. MUST be THE BEST. Every
For the Least
method used in its manufacture
The Lake Worth Herald says a real' .124 South Orange Avenue MUST be scientifically saaitary and
SU' IIi.i I
building boom has struck that place OPPOSITE POST OFFICE hygienic.
and the lumber companies and conft -
ft; tractors are having their hands full. :i Labor,expense trouble and TenderJuicyMeats
bf --- -- -- -- -- time are not considered in
The Rural Free Delivery Mail Car: the manufacture of P01N-
Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" You can always depend on the best
7 riers' Convention which was held in; Every DayELECTRIC SETTIA Ice Cream.Its getting at our
Lake City last week, was well attend-i for sale market, and Jon will (find {there is a wonderful) differ-

: ed by delegates from all over the: 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111........ v in your town ence in meats.
State. i;

R. L. Collins,-a merchant in Uma-I:J V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. CO47iTPIGUE

tilla has installed a new motor truck I, [ VACUUM L CLEANER FLA.No. L
dt costing $2,500 for general use, such I ,

as groves.hauling freight and cultivating I t_ 2 1 BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA.

;h All records for phosphate tonage PHONE 105iiiiiimHiinimiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiaii
,' out of Tampa were broken last week, Have house
your room or
; the shipments for the week totalling SpirelIa orsets
: 37,949 tons, of which 25,575 was for cleaned without dust or troubleof
foreign account. ,
(Not Sold in Stores)
moving furniture .
z-i. Work will probably begin next week Wear a corset made to fit you. Ask
d F on the erection of a new railway station for a demonstration. Call or send post
in Ft. Meade. The structure will card toSPIRELLA Mid-Suffiffier f Reduced e Prices

r be of brick and will be built by the The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced CORSET PARLORS
IflS West Cor.
St. South
A. C. L railway.A Orlando Fit.
man. MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK, Corsetiere On all Dress Materials, Laces, Em-

lodge of Knights and Ladies oft
Security, a new fraternal order, will ..11.,1"1111',1,11,,,. broideries, HosieryAND

be formed in Jacksonville tonight. SEE THEM FOR TERMS w I YOU WILL SAVE MONEYBy ============= -- -- *
More than seventy members have
qualified for admittance. Getting Prices on your MILLINERYUSSES
Brick and Stone Work

t been West The started which of work the,was of Memorial and tearing burned the former church down recently building the in,Key has remains T the PIERCE L[ flfLTmL C L C01 i) nil.CHURCH Acme Phone Before Brick Building.or Write and HAULM & BUM

I will be replaced by a more imposingand StoneVorks
roomy structure, and better fittedto
accommodate the large congrega- MAITLAND, FLORIDA t Agents Barclay
tion. CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. i

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To tHose wHo KZnow Us


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


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


Ita\ ,

e We bid for your .-a We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of K ew make special

3 our .termsto thosewho

..merchandiseand wish it.

the '

lowness of our We do a large volume '

f prices w of this kind of business.


r fci i/ H Do you need-a Go-cart? Do you- need a Refrigerator?

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


!i Kincaid & Sno-w-d n

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


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USINESS BOOSTERS' illllH ItllllllllllltllllimiltllllMltllll ,

|dnight Buiineu emenU,)will Boosters received CLASSIFIED be run after(in classified: the 10"Too o'clock.adver-Late ORLAO O BAuTRU I OOMPANY ; .


(Boosters wdmtUly Classify"of column.30'five words lines-,one or less-ap-time, 25 [ R [ I [ \ [ _

jnts; three times 50 ; one weekix
| daily and one wkly editions) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. I
.00; one month, $3.00. i
I Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. !
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I Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller 4 REELS ---4
to loan on improved prop-
-- at the Close of Business
ty. .S. Y. WAY. I c :I'1 ; I
? June 30th, 1913

|Shanibarger's for bicycles and ;". RESOURCESBanking
ndne tfJR I -'
House, Furnitureand PROGRAM TODAY"WHEN

FIRE INSURANCE and Real Fixtures ...... ....$ 25,867.37Loans
[Estate see Jansen & Watkins ; and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
6241m. r .F 4i : Overdrafts.............. 83.98

%; I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 LUCK CHANGES" . .- . ........ AmericanA
ONEY TO LOAN-On city prop-
erty. 'See Jansen & Watkins. ..tips I Cash on Hand and in Banks- 254088.11 Western thriller.

6241m. I $661,647.12
Go to W.Y.. Mallard's No. 11 Pine
( for Drinks To- I
reet Cold Cigars .................
ceo, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf I Capital $100,000.00Surplus "ITALIAN LOVE" . . . . . .. Reliance :
II -W- and Undivided I .
OP SERVICE-The very best s Profits .. .............. 33,889.11 A beautiful story by Mr. Irving Cummings. who as- r;
and quickest. No waiting. Free I Deposits.:............. 527,758.01United sumes the leading role in his playlet. /
tered air for tires, and oil for lamps.W. j .
Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine "
treet I ; $661,647.12The

officers and directors of the Or-
Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock I "A VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES" ..... .... ThanhouMir '
Bank and Trust Co. desire
lando to
Fancy Groceries to the store on I
call the attention of its depositors and A story within a story.
!>rner of Pine and Orange Ave. for- ear 4, ;r I
erly occupied by H. C. Robertsond friends and the citizens of Orlando
to the above statement. The management -
will be ready for business Friday : "t
tf. of the Bank feels that this showing -
orning. 7-10 i
s" ? reflects the conservative, sane and ""'IIEN MAN FEARS" . :. . . ..Thanhouser ; ;

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a| progressive methods employed in this One of the best picture offerings of this season. A
ew hotel; has all modern convenjnces 'r financial institution. Strength begets story you will most surely enjoy.
; fronts on Ocean just south)i I confidence, and strength is no where I
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day I displayed better by a bank than in
Ind upwards. Special rates by thel t I States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. ,. iiiiittttttttntttnimtitmtttiitiiiiiiMnniiEverything .
eek or month. We make a specialof .J --- -.
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.' sea food dinner Thursday even-I __ .. 0 0 '

gs and Sunday noon. 78tf. i
tI I! in Drugs
I I"I'IIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllleStllll'III' i
OR SALE-New modern five-room k:

house, centrally located. Apply this :
-- '
UY a let in Thornton Park, a nice
suburb in east part of the city. Carl
ensen. &
DeLaney Abernethy
)AK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
to the Northeast of the eity and
still have some choice lots there. YOUR SEWER I '

OR SALE-Some one year old grape
fruit and seedling orange trees. ,
all on or address, T. J. Hill, Maitland CONNECTION
Florida. 7-12-6td 4tw' : OUR ICE CREAM

OR SALE-Two good sound and The Best EverftttMltltMitlltlMMItlltlMittmillltllliiMlim
gentle mules. Fine workers and I
bargain, if taken at once. Call on 0
>r address C. Whitney Wright, Or-
ndo, Fla. 7-10 d & wOR ', i tliMHMilHIIMItmMMtllMMHIMMMHMtHttli

SALE-Player piano, 88-note,' i
Remington, made by Starr Piano' i DAYTONA BEACHThe
., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,
You cannot until ceptic
use your sewer
lightly used, good shape in every repect. -
Will make some reduction for and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which
ash. Music with same. For further New Hotel NeptuneIs
nformation apply to P. 0. Box 114
will be some months hence.
Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland, '

FOR RENT Why let your money lay idle? We will sign contracts formerly owners and managers of hotel Dcspland, Daytona's finest
and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune.Let .
with to make these connections time
?OR RENT-Six room house, furnished. you now any I it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a

located.Apply No. 7, Gould street.29-16 Centrally -j within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city, corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with .
for 13 cents per foot.
OR RENT-Five room cottage with I. & tl'QIIIIIIO'I"'III'I' lOII'I"11j
all modern conveniences. Garage I Give this work to your home company and we are I ._
for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply << .- -- -------
>15 East street. 5.11,1 here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and

OR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
nished and unfurnished.

[5-26 tf.FOR JAMES A. KNOX. with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing Gifts to PleaseMay

inspector and certified to by him.
HIRE-Nice seven passenger
touring car. Large and roomy.
S-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.FOR .
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SALE OH RENT be safely purchased fromus
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Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs.

2. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. where everythingis
Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in
forth Georgia and she has decided to .

e-establish her home there so will The F. JOSEPH RAEHN guaranteed.
ent her home here with the privilege

f purchase to responsible parties.
easonable terms will be given.
Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and Plumbing and Heating Co. I

other desirable properties. No. 407
I Allen & CO.
South Orange aveune. Opposite the I
Jul3 tf.
igh School Building. U I' +MHMIM
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WANTED-Second hand four-pass-j FACTS 'IM lllll6llllttitHIIHilli>l5IMM6imittltltMMH JEWELERS
I enger Ford. Must be in good con- Those who are contemplating taking -I i
dition. Address 0. K. Sentinel Of- t
the Community Mausoleum j
fice. I'project tha tis being promoted in THE MARKETOf
GOT TO GO Orlando will do well to( see me. I have I Orlando Florida

I facts in black and white that I would ,
For the next two weeks I will sell

I for cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas,like to show them from some very I. Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH .
pumkin, kraut, jams, jellies, bea.ns, prominent men regarding the Mausoleum -
I dressing, oysters, maple question, cemetery supt's. un-
pickles, salmon, AND SALT MEATS
dertakers, etc
I syrup, confections, butter und ex-

tractL No 5 Pine street. 7-13 3t FISH AND GAME .4 Our Repair Department at
T. J. SHEPARD, BARGAIN IN LAW BOOKS __y I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

7.15 6t. To close an estate 22 volumes of i i
UTOMOBILE FOR HIRE I Florida Reports and other law books'1I Everything screentd away from the flies, and kept fresh your service always.

are offered at a very low price. Books t and pure.
to make trips fot I and
-Those wishing are practically new. List price

business or pleasure, shoula< see mm. sent on application to the undersigned. : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

.for prices. Prompt service guaran Good opportunity for lawyer startingin : everything in the Meat Line
C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla practice. I 'itttfttttittHlliillMMtMIIHIHHHtlltilMIMHIMANGE

-phone Sentinel- 360.advertisers_- are _-Orlando 5.29- 7.11 tf. Box P. G.604 WALTON, Orlando-,, Fla.- [I I The PARLOR MARKET It & BATES 11"516111

and Orange when county boosters.have money Don't to GRAIN AND FEED -STOREGeo I ; ; ROOM 5, HAND BLOCK PHONE : ; .
forget them II II I I I I
Chick has opened.a grain
Epend for something"" in their line. feed store on Boone street, between I I H. M. Self & Co. : (

EVERY Church and South street,
to serve the public with SHOP SERVICE No charge for desiring to make changes in
is prepared
Automobiling, we are open for dates everything in the feed line. He respectfully Phone No. 80IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIHIIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIII filling oil lamps, pumping tires with I their advertisements must have their
picnic parties or a crowd for anevening solicits a portion of yourtrade. air filtered of water and grease. I W'I j copy in this office not later than noon
drive. Call 360 or ask for 27.1m Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street |of each day to insure publication.

p. w Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf


I -

iliillMMM SI 0000 I, 0 iii II, MIMMIIIIMHIM, straits of Mackenaw to head watersat ''IIIIII illlMBMMMIMmmiM iMmmmiiimmml
Grand Rapids. The City Council
and the County Commissioners working -
Louis C. Massey, President
in harmony, are not wasting

T. Pleton Wirlow Vkt.Pm. 8. W,Un How., CuUv money, but investing wisely for, by .
Howard C. Babcock. Au't Cukicr Samuel A.Newell Aw't Cukiu this action they are bringing into the
county thousands of dollars of taxable
property which otherwise would
THE not be here and brings into the city I
and county annually a large number

of wealthy people who spend money.1 .
freely, thereby building up every business
interest in the community. .

STATE BANK Bay View is a suburb of Petoskey,'I
and is to that city what Winter Parkis
to Orlando. A summer Chautauqua -
is maintained here that assembles

of Orlando'THE I splendid each talent season.and a splendid people

Our summer home at Oden is six i

I miles from Petoskey, yet we have a : 4 Per Cent Interest on $1,000is
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND street car service to the city. Thatis I
the traffic has become so extensive ,
between> Petoskey and her suburban $19,955,400.13in
towns that the steam roads maintain !
a.dummy service on a two hour sched- 250 years
The Bank which transacts more business than ule.
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa The day is not far distant when Evansville, Ind., Oct. 27.
Orlando wil have a street car service '! Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the
between Sanford and Kissimmee. It credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interestfor
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up must be so. A country so fraught 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount tol9,955,400.l3.Post
with possibilities will not long lie $ Tribune. .-
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound
idle. The army of invasion will take I
banking principles .with careful attention to the legitimate possession and that invitingly rich:, ,

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis expanse of territory of delightful cli- i : .
mate will be a continuous stretch of : .
reuected in the large amount of deposits. beautiful homes. :

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Orlando's suburbs will extend to I
Winter Park in one direction and to i
Pine Castle in the other. Hard surfaced -'

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS roads between Jacksonville and
Tampa wil be traversed by thous-

.. ands of autos annually. ..
Florida has one great advantageover
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of this country. Here is the play
grounds of the United States for a
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
short season each summer. Floridais
United States.A the play grounds of the world for :'
six months in the year, and it is more "
4+M than that; it is the land of recognized .
Let your money work (lor you in
wealth in soil production and of the
NEW DRAINAGE DRISTRICT. FLORIDA PRIDE. number who go to Florida each year
. for recreation, a large per cent become The Peoples National Bank
The citizens and owners of land Oden, Mich., July 11th, 1913. investors in Florida groves add
in Taft and the surrounding country Any citizen of Florida who will to the substantial and permanent "
"It is a pleasure to serve you.
have become enthusiastic over the travel three days journey from his wealth of the State.
establishment of a thorough drainage home city and mingle with shifting No section of the State has more
system. At a meeting held last night humanity to any considerable extent, to offer the home seeker and the MtHMIIIIHMH
which was largely attended it was decided will discover that his own state is searcher after wholesome pleasure t MIIMMillllllllllHlllillMIMtMtllttl
to have the work commenced at the most talked about of any in the than Orange county, with her beauti-
an early date. A committee was appointed sisterhood. And what he hears, ful lakes, salubrious climate and fer- .. IIIMMMMIMiliMIIMMMIiHitllimilMIIHIN.
to employ an engineer to havea will, in most part, stir emotions of tile soil. Our County Commissionersand
survey made, levels run etc., so that pride within him. Of course i it City Council can not debate the
the petition to the County Commis- would not, be true to say that no feasibility or advisability of building P. YOWELL
sioners could be presented and acted criticism is heard, for there is; but permanent streets. That no longeris
upon with the least possible delay. the only criticism worthy of mention a doubted question. The people are .
The land to be improved is located in has but little reference to the state not only ready to shoulder the respon-
township 21 range 29 and 30 and com- but to men who misrepresent the sibility of bettering our roads, but
prises nearly 30,000 acres. It is a state by sending out false statements are demanding immediate action.I .
section that possesses many natural glowing literature in order to sell real meet here many people who have '
advantages and with intelligent cultivation estate.A visited Orange county and some who
would become a garden spotof gentleman from Chicago who are now property owners there and all m ARRIVAL
which Orange county would be has large grove interests in Orangeand are singing the praise of the home of
proud.Mr.. Volusia counties and who main summer skies. .
A. C. Hart, an engineer of rec- tains a winter home in Volusia, said Mr. L. H. Gedge has a summer home :
ognized ability addressed the meet I that he had received large amounts 1 on Walloon Lake near here. Mr. W. ; .

ing and presented data showing that of literature, and booklets before go- C. Foley, the popular proprietor of We have just received from the cream of the Eastern marketstwo
the elevation of the land enabled a fine ing to Florida, but like most people, the Seminole Hotel at Winter Park, :
drainage into Lake East Tohopekaliga he understood that these booklets and is proprietor of the Belvedere Hotel : special values in RATINE and VOILE and we are goingto
with a comparative small expen- advertising pamphlets gave only the at Charlavoix, a thirty-minute ride : ,
diture. The committee have announced pleasant side of the situation and from here. Mr. F. H. Irish, who soj I : offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the
their intention of commencing work while they were pleasing to look at well managed the Seminole last win-i ,
within ten days under Mr. Hart's di- I yet they made' no impression and accomplished ter, is manager of the Chicago Club : USUAL PRICE.
rection. I no purpose. That he had house at Harbor Springs, a twenty- :
before going to Florida to select a minute ride from here. '
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICSThe I winter home, subscribed for weekly Mr. Vine Harding, who has a beau- :
papers in three different counties fora tiful home in Concord Park, is operat- :
following comparative figures period of six months and these ing a hotel at Mackinaw City, twen- : 500 YARDS 1000 ARCS;
from the new Agricultural year book he read from week to week and learned ty miles from here. Mr. Ira W. Leach '
are both interesting and significant.In the real facts about the community. and Neil McDuffee, who own homes I : ITALIAN STRIPE RATI NBEAUTIFUL STRIPE FRENCH VOILE
the year 1912, Florida produced He added that he thought that in Orlando, both have good homes in :

1,023,000 bushels of potatoes with a I his experience was that of the average Petoskey and are in business there. : Just what you need for travel In all colors; all the rage for
valuation of $1,125,000. Other states : man, who before investing to any So, you see we are among friends and I '
produced as follows: Georgia, 936,000 extent, or buying a home, endeavor I can promise you that there will be ; :. ing. You can't afford to miss afternoon and evening gowns.
o bushels; South Carolina, 900,000; Mississippi i( ed to ascertain real conditions, the new acquisitions to Orlando another this opportunity to buy this
890,000; Xe wMexico, 900,000and drawbacks as well as the advantages winter from this locality. Not one of Usually priced at 25 cents.
Arizona, 125,000. ,i of a home endeavored ascertain the above named gentlemen, but that :( : latest novelty, usually sold for
Number of horses in Florida January I i real conditions, the drawbacks as well feels he can recommend Orlnado in'': : 50 cents. Our Price Our PriceNOW
1st, 1913, 53,000; New Hampshire I i as the advantages of a community, all good conscience to his friends as I :
46,000 Connecticutt and then he said take his lamiland live I
; 47,000; |I the average newspaper a place to
Delaware, 34,000; Massachusetts, 61- I could be depended upon to give. in the midst of pleasant surrounding I.. on
000. I The Great Lakes region of northern and in a friendly climate.We I NOW Cents II Cents

Number of cows and other cattle on t Michigan is the summer resort for are enjoying the cool, refresh hJ Per Yard Per Yard
farms January 1st, 1913: Florida, people from all parts of the United ing climate here, where fish are 'o !
SS9.000; South Carolina, 400,000; Virginia States and one naturally touches elbows abundant that Allan Cohoon, Carl
804,000; Montana, 812,00015'y- with many people who maintain Dann and Denj., Kuhl would be
fi nng, 542,000; North Carolina, 684- winter homes in Florida and many clined to call it Walton's Paradise, in-I
*>. more who are considering Florida as have lost no interest in Orlando, and j
Number of hogs on farms January a winter abiding place.In watch with eagerness the coming of I!. The above is only a part of the many new arrivals, which we

1913: Florida, 878,000; South Car- this latitude, it is too cool, and The Daily Sentinel.
:N 766,006; New York, 761,)00; the summer: season too short for gen- Sincerely, will have on display.
;- ,.',.ichusetts, 115,000, Virginia, 836- eral farming; consequently, the tour- J. F. SCHUMAN. ,
I .' ist is the heaviest contributor to the
support of the natives. A GOOD PLACE TO GO !I
.\11'H" \\"OIUTE TODAY I Petoskey, the county seat of Em_ Hurrah, hurrah for Florida, the State :
.. I met county, is a city very much like without a peer, :
.' !1ag ret .1. Orlando, though a trifle smaller. Fora Hurrah, hurrah for Orlando, the I
,. E .. :..:e :,, t-I distance of seven miles in eithlr di- Cleanest City here; !
t .Y ih 1, leetion along the bay is a chain of Hurrah, hurrah for Ivanhoe Park with I Store '
The VI hite
) 1 ','. Ct( Cramer villas and small towns. Rec- many amusements-fine, j Big
Ill Pt .. :*-- value of and
; .m.lh the tourist trade le surely pays to go there- ) i
1::, .: t i i"t '. : ':per al in expendi- have a real good time. j II '
i fmf > "" " "
r 11 inn i tt'ltlt"}' ,
tl .I- r : ,.the !iturcs .that would contribute to theoiiifi" The bathing is fine-amusements rare!i iI i nni .
I - -
\lV I 1 : It ,. and pleas'in' of those vh. and] everything complete, I --- ---- ----- -- -- -. L -
\.1YO ;l' p-- : /tl i ,1 I Pfr: 'IfiJ :u- : '. I' .t ring your well filled baskets
1 I .i tic .. 'J\ r.Ui ;: ..I.:!....'._ ':!r1 1,1' !'. I 11 East Pine street will take your *
.\I\Ij .,' .\., ._ .1" \ ;:,, <,: \,: _.:.. 'then--.Yuu eat." 'i family washing for $1.00 for 21 pieces I FOR BALE' .
'. I I' .Ii Run," Bison.t and a generous supply of swings. I II 10 large and 10 small. : -- 2O7America --- l J
:-. r 1 \\',d' F a tlire. \ -eati, etc., make it a very i'nti> ; I The ::111'id! par: AC have on ke-all I We have many customers who are : t
1 : ,,' :.) \ <' > i this J called for and : : StltHPt
\ .1. :i. : I:' fn.1 ':t. : .- 1't.j': ro't tx.,;e, well pleased. Laundry .
.', U.i ,.:t : : 196. 7-9 tf lo : 'y. .
;i ti 'i : < : \ i" ': ": (" i ejn\ <,'i will surely !delivered. Phone .,
.--l.._ :_. cwiuc do *rix as you are able: NEW TWO STORY HOUSE-
I Sleeping ;f.
hits needy young men pretty'if.r park purposes. I' Come one--cume all! don't hesitate to! The big Hunter garage on Fifteenth
t., -ay to mil.! .Y i ., Mure y' -. ..l'. -ih[ ,. e J'.t}; i:, \' 'riiL; trc.: lt cl1s:,... -.'t'rIJ t\t Th.r;day here J J.j street in Miami is now nearly completed. ; Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light. ;
h, "i'd ,' ,' "e' ',,:. '. .. ,'i ,. to
".I.l" i. : : \ ,' !L !Jir: .\.j i i Id-! to It cost approximately $10,000 t
'J't ," .!. 1 .\ :, !. ,,. ,nIUUl&el'J build and equip. It is said to be one of Apply SENTINEL OF ': 1

canoe. I, -- -I"-" ". ._ow IvtlU lrum Lot'I 1 -:2t the largest garages in the South It'IIIIIIIIIII'II'lt.t llelllllttll'Ollllllt t'IIJJt <