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 17, 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
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00060
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State







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Special to The SentineLWashington New York, July 16.-A bomb con- Baltimore, Md., July 16.-The legal I Atlanta, Ga., July 16.-The prosecution I Marietta, 0., July 16.-Heavy rains Washington, July 16.-The United

July 16.-President taining enough dynamite to blow up battle for possession of the visceraof of Mrs. Mary Belle Crawford, succeeded by a cloudburst that set States treasury handled in actual cash-

Wilson today, after an early confer- ''twelve tons of rock was planted in I the late Edward 0. Painter, the who has been charged by a warrant every brook and creek and river in during the fiscal year ending June 30,

ence with Secretary Bryan over the front of the basement door of the fertilizer king of Jacksonville, Fla., 1 with the murder of her husband, J. B. the Central Ohio Valley swelling and the stupendous sum of $7,071,520,000,

latest aspects of the Mexican situa- three-story building No. 109 Lexington which has been waged in the local Crawford, who died in 1909, will, it I i roaring caused an extraordinary, and breaking all previous records and

tion presented by the inquiries of avenue some time in the very ear- courts since the death of the million- has been learned, attack the validityof :, for a time, deadly perilous situationto I stamping the federal treasury officials

foreign powers as to the attitude of ly hours of yesterday morning and a aire on May 22 last, was reopened this her marriage in the criminal prose- sweep suddenly on the eighty-five I declared today, as the greatest banking

the United States, ordered Ambassa. piece of punk lighted to fire its fuse. morning before Judge Duffy in the cution as well as in the civil litiga. passengers of a short northbound I institution in the world.

dor Henry Lane Wilson at Mexico, The building was a dwelling, but Circuit Court, when the United States tion. Pennsylvania train at Stanleyville, ;i Reflecting the tremendous growth

City to proceed to Washington im- it has been converted into offices, oc- Fidelity and Guaranty Company lined : It was alleged in the bill to remove near here, yesterday. With the water I lof the government's business, this

mediately for a conference. cupied by a firm of architects, chief its legal forces against those of the ,)j i Mrs. Crawford from her position as rising at the feverish degree of five i, high record, including income, outgo,

Ambassador Wilson will hurry of whom is Lewis F. Pilcher, State widow and daughter of Mr. Painter.Dr. administratrix of the estate of her feet an hour the train attempted to I( and operations within the treasury,
north on either the battleship Mich- Architect, appointed by Gov. Sulzer. Charles Glazer, the local chemist, ( late husband, that she had not been cross a lowlying trestle along the !! exceeded the cash transactions of the

igan or Louisiana from Vera Cruz, if Rain that fell in two violent show who analyzed the intestinal organs of properly divorced from a former husband banks of Duck Creek when the waters j i previous year by $469,769,000 and

any delay would be entailed by wait- ers during the night alone saved the Mr. Painter, was the only witness put when she married Joshua B. swirled so high that they flooded the I'' those of three years ago by $1,478-

ing for a commercial steamer. Of- building from destruction, accordingto on the stand, and his testimony showed Crawford, a short time before his firebox of the locomotive and train 1826,000.I The figures show that treasury -

ficials here believe that the almost Inspector Owen Eagan of the Bu- that there is still sufficient of the death. This charge is one of the principal and the passengers were maroonedin I officials during the year just closed -

total interruption of railroad traffic reau of Combustibles, the same Eagan remains left to permit another chem- :i grounds upon which the so-called a vortex. handled in actual cash nearly twice

between Mexico City and the United who had one of his fingers blown off ical test. Crawford heirs are seeking to wrest With one small rowboat as a means :j the amount of the total stock of money .

States will force the Ambassador to while examining the bomb sent to Dr. Glazer said that although he the estate, which is valued at $250,000, of saving life the train crew carried !: in the United States, which is estimated .

make his trip by water. He is not Judge Rosalsky. had used up a considerable quantityof I from Mrs. Crawford. women and children off first, but not ,, at $3,720,000,000.Including .

expected here before July 23 at the State Architect Pilcher before he the stomach in the chemical work, I Attorney J. S. James, who represents -. before the flood waters were foaming !'I bonds, checks and warrants ,

earliest. left for Albany yesterday expressedthe I there had not been much used in the!' C. Z. Crawford, who brought several inches high along the floorsof the treasury handled over $10,-

It is believed in official and diplo- opinion that the presence of the pathological examination of Dr. Stan- ( the murder charge against Mrs. Craw. the cars. The last of the passen-I! 000,000,000 during the year. This

matic circles that an important announcement bomb was not accidental. He declared dish McCleary, owing to the fact that (I ford, has inaugurated a search for. gers-the men-had to climb atop of : vast aggregation of wealth which does

of the attitude of the that he had received threatening let-' in the former tests it was necessary Fred Lump, a New York barber, who : the cars for safety, and when they+I'not include the transactions of the

United States in the pending situa-, ters, though what motive could ac-I to grind up the organs and then mix was in Florida when J. B. Crawfordand were rescued the angry creek had I i'I I sub-treasuries, was handled, it was

tion will follow the Ambassador's: tuate them, he could not clearly say. them with their contents, and with the the woman who afterwards be-. gone up till its waters were dashing Ipointed out today, without the loss

conferences with the President and I i chemical while in the pathologicaltests came his wife, were married. Lump,I against the roofs of the cars. And ,.:, of a cent to the government. The receiving

Secretary Bryan. The President's action FINED $2;) FOR WEARING SPLIT ] this destruction was not neces- it is alleged, will testify, if found, I before the flood abated the entire teller of the government took

today, following closely the unofficial SKIRT sary. |I that Mrs. Crawford threatened Crawford I train, save for the stack of the loco I in over the counter $75,353,000 during

action that some of the for- The U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty..;i even before they were married. : motive, was hidden from view. I the year; the paying teller cashed

eign powers which already have rec- Richmond, Va., July 16.-Justice I Company, through attorney J. Kemp I Ij Mrs. Crawford has made a number i ,I; $118,177,000 in checks and warrants;

ognized the Huerta dictation of this i Crutchfield's court was packed like j Bartlett, Jr., asked the court to direct j I I.of ventures on the matrimonial seas, SUES FOR IllS POLICIES. the shipping teller sent $884,518,000to

government's attitude toward the con a sardine box when Blossom Browning I that the remains be turned over to it I i I I.I and the bill which is being tried be- 11.11.I I i various parts of the country and

tinued disorders in. Mexico, leads to, was called to trial this morning on a !in order that another examination ;I[bore an auditor now, charges that one Atlanta, Ga., July 16.-Frank T.I| the "change teller" made small

that belief. charge, preferred by the chief of police -I may be undertaken. of the former husbands disappeared Arnold, a New York banker who is j I)"change" for more than $50,000,000.The .

Secretary Bryan positively declinedto himself, of indecent exposure in I The defense, which is represented mysteriously. serving a term in the federal prison,j government received for redemp.

add any information to his brief the wearing of a slit skirt on Rich-lby Arthur L. Jackson, answered that i There can be no action in the criminal is seeking through the Fulton superior ; tion during the year $606,666,000 in.
annoncement of Ambassador Wilson'scall mond's broadway yesterday afternoon.I the remains of the dead millionaire j j. case against Mrs. Crawford until court to recover two insurance pol- i iI time-worn United States currency and

to Washington. Miss Browning was fined $25 which ; lay at his home in Jacksonville for)II I the. grand jury meets. I icies, which he transferred to relatives i $675,889,000 in national bank notes.

However, it is assumed that the ad- was promptly paid by her lawyer, not ,I| three days following death, and that I'' Contrary to expectation, the hear. while in prison. '

ministration desires to learn from the without protest. any corporation interested in the $1- ing of the Crawford case before Auditor The policies are in the Aetna Life RUNNING RACES AT WI nSOIt

Ambassador directly what influences She got the last word on the court 250,000 insurance claims of the family i, James N. Anderson was resumed Insurance Company and now have a ,;:

actuated the foreign diplomatic repre-' by declaring very spiritedly that Rich- !!, was at liberty to make an examination i yesterday morning. This hearing has I j' cash value of approximately $5,500. i Special to the Sentinel

sentatives in Mexico, when they jointly mond was a most illiberal city and::I at that time, and that later while the already been in progress two months. I The former banker allenges that he j Windsor, Ont., July 16.-The first

agreed to address their govern- that she intended to quit the South viscera was in the hands of Dr. Gla- transferred them to Mrs Elizabeth | summer meeting of the Windsor Jock-

ments with what amounted to a for- and go this day to New York, where ;'j zer in this city, offers were made to r HIGHLY APPRECIATED. I A. Rix and Howard S. Wright, his ey Club opened this afternoon and

mal complaint against the attitude of they are not so prudish. the claimants to be present at the : We will have -to hand it to the Or- i niece andnephew, who reside in New'' will continue every day until next

the United States in its relations with tests. York in order that Wednesday, giving seven days of run.
t tI lando Sentinel. It is one of the neat they could con
BROUGHT; IllS BRIDE Dr. Glazer testified that he welcomed ning races, all that is allowed under
the Huerta President Wilson trol the and them
regime. I I est and best dailies in the state and I policies use for his I
the Canadian laws. The this
has kept an open mind on the subjectand I representatives of the company,but commend them their benefit. meeting
to I
is thought to feel himself boundto Frank Kane, who specializes in the' that he was annoyed by their presence we in upon advertising The prisoner allenges that his niece year promises to be better than those
sale of Talking Machines at the Dren- because ; good judgment previously held on this track and a
adhere to the policy he announced II they interfered with his from the front have and nephew now refuse to recognize:;
nen-Latner Company's establishment, work, and smoked cigarettes. Mean page. i fine list of entries in the various events
in his administration his
early of lending lost in this but froma right to the benefits of the policies,
moral encouragement only to such left Orlando a few weeks ago sayinghe 1 I while, the organs are locked up in the some revenue such and are trying to get full possession have been secured.In .
governments in Latin America as was "going up to see the folks," office of the clerk of the Circuit Court typographical standpoint a pa. of them. I most cases the stakes offered

were founded upon constitutional law his parents living in North Amherst,I''I where they are likely to rest until the ads per from is par the excellence.front Eliminating and eliminating I!J The insurance company, which is this year have a higher value than:
Ohio. He the "folks and went page they did last During the meet
and practice. saw case is finally settled. i iI ads from the not blamed by Arnold, is made the de- I year.
from North Amherst to Elyria Ohio, I I I Ii whiskey paper j, following stakes will be run: Frontier
where he found "folks" of his !i I may be poor business judgment but in j i fendant in the suit on both policies,I Handicap, $2,500 added 3-year olds
ROSENTHAL MURDER YEAR AGO some, I i LARGE REWARD OFFEREDSheriff ] and Judge W. D. Ellis has granted a ;
Herald has hewn the
this the
very own in the person of Miss Grace i J I i iI respect I' and upward; one mile and a furlong.
I I line. We have temporary order restraining the company -
men our
New York, July 16.-Former Police M. Engle, of Elyria, to whom he was I I Frank Gordon, returned ideals and newspaper hobbies and aspirations from altering the status of the Detroit and Cleveland selling stakes

Lieut. Charles S. Becker and his gun- married, returning to Orlando with I I from Ft. Meade yesterday and gave ) our I policies. in any way. ; $1,500 added; 3-year olds and up-

men in Sing Sing prison undoubtedly his bride on Tuesday afternoon. They I I us a description of the excitement even reward if we is have the thought no money that and after our only we I' While the transaction occured in ward; one mile.Ponchartrain .

recalled today that this was the anni- were out house hunting yesterday and over the attem ted rape of a white New York jurisdiction is obtained in Stakes, $1,500 added;
versary of the murder of Herman as soon as the right place is located I woman in Polk county. The Sheriff I have gone our work will linger in I I the superior court of this country is 2-year olds; five furlongs.!
the minds of the
Rosenthal, the gambler, whose threatsto they will begin life in real earnest. says the citizens were out in force,)I! people Herald.as a pleasantmemory.Sanford I I[ obtained because the Aetna Insurance Detroit Stakes, $1,500 added; 2-year
expose the so-called police systemof I armed, and determined to capture the i i j II I company has an office here. olds; five furlongs.

graft had made him the victim of FATHERTE TWO GALLONS OF I negro. The Sheriff has received the !I ON HIS WAY The former New Yorker is repre- Running races in Canada promiseto

the murder plot which Becker instigated ICE CREAM following description of the man from I j AMBASSADOR- I, sented in the litigation by Attorney show up better than they have at

The year which has elapsedhas Ga.-July 16.-After eating I I John Logan, Sheriff of Polk county: I II )Special to The Sentinel. I Burton Smith. the New York tracks because the Canadian
been replete with even greater I "Color black; age 50; weight 140; j Mexico City, July 16.-Ambassador authorities have not yet shut
of ice II.
two gallons cream,
exposures of police conditions than height 5 ft. 6 or 7 inches; clean shav-I Wilson left here suddenly tonight for I down on the "bookies" as they have at
Friedman and two sons were this JUMPS illS CONTRACT.
might have come from Rosenthal's en beard and wool more or less gray; I I' the United States. The Ambassador's the Empire State courses.
taken ill and fears
story for his death started investigation morning seriously on einch by three scar or sore on right 'I departure was unexpected and creat-I I Many improvements have been madein
are entertained for their recovery. Jeffersonville, Ind., July 16.The
and prosecution which resultedin hand and wrist; thin and long face; ed a sensation. He declined the local track since last year. The
They were trying to get "enough" ice Reformatory Grays, a baseball team
a dozen convictions of the police dressed like tramp; clothes and shoes over being called to Washington and course is in excellent shape and the
cream, the children, it is said, having composed of inmates of the Indiana
and their allies in their alliance with badly worn; black hat. Arrest and! rumors are rife as to the reasons for I infield, where the steeplechases are
told their father that they had never Reformatory here, is minus the star
criminals. wire." i his sudden leaving. The Ambassador I run, is acknowledged to be the best in
been able to get as much as they could pitcher of the aggregation, Paul C.
entrained for Vera Cruz and from that |I Canada. New fences have been erected -
eat. BASEBALL SU-LTS I Riggs, a trusty, having "jumped his
COMING FOR CHARLTON IN THE BIG place he will sail tomorrow for the I around the course, and all the build.
contract. Riggs has done
star work
LEAGUES United States.ROCKEFELLER. ings have been treated to fresh coatsof
VALUABLE MANUSCRIPT i for the Grays, having won five consecutive -
Special to the Sentinel paint, the club colors, green and
Special to The Sentinel j I DOG COMES BACKTarrytown I games recently, and his team I
Rome, Italy, July 16.-The minister Special to The SentineL white, predominating, and an additional -
AmericanDetroit I mates are feeling his loss almost
) of the Interior issued an order London, Eng., July 16.-An order 1 I I as I I seating room has been arranged in
4 Boston N. Y., July 16.-Fannie,! keenly as Superintendent B. C. lIei '
; }- :
this afternoon detailing two carbi- from the British museum asking King j the grandstand and club house.
St. Louis, 2; Washington, 3. II a collie, which was a favorite with i ton, who has instituted a far-reach-I i i
the I
neers to proceed to United Statesto George to return at once the borrowed
Chicago, 0; Philadelphia, 1. Second John D. Rockefeller, has found its ing search. Riggs was serving a sentence -
bring to Italy, Porter Charlton, whois manuscript worth over a quarter ofa i TO STOP GAMBLING
5 to 3.Cleveland way back to its old home on the Rockefeller of from two to fourteen years
with the murder of his million game
charged dollars, came to light today 'I I'
estate, after a journey of over I for having entered house
5 New York, 0. Second a to com-
Como two when the !
wife at years ago. King, after spending $150 Montgomery, Ala., July 16.-Investigation -
2 to 4. one hundred and fifty miles from Lee, mit a felony. I!
The carbineers will leave in a day or for the expense of messengers, receiv-I game of gambling in fashionable
Mass. The dog was owned by Irving
will arrive at Jersey ed the National I I homes
two and probably manuscript and turned over and clubs of Montgomery as
j New York, 5 Cincinnati, 3. L. Bryant, who formerly lived on the WELL KNOWN HERE
Charlton is confined to the ; well
City, where museum authorities. I ,I as in dives and back alleys was
in about ten days.BALL ] Brooklyn, 4; Chicago, 3. Rockefeller estate, but who recently requested by Armstead Brown, associ-
: BULGARIA DEMANDS TERMS I II Boston, 1; Pittsburg, 3. moved to Lee, taking the dog with Mrs. W. S. Smith, wife of Captain ate judge of the Montgomery city

GAME TODAY. s i I Philadelphia, 4; St. Louis, 3. I him. Fannie evidently got lonesomeand Smith, an engineer officer attachedto court, in his charge to the grand jury
.Special to The Sentinel Southern ran away. the marine division, United States
recently. He declared that gambling
The next game of base ball at the ,I London, July 16.-It was officially Memphis, 4; Nashville, 2. BOMB FOR DALLON navy, and a sister of Major Alfred St. is carried on in many places and is

Fair Grounds will be between the Win- announced from Belgrade tonight that Atlanta, 4; Montgomery, 2. Clair Abrams, a well known attorneyof defended by and that
many persons
ter Park and Apopka teams and will | there be a temporary pause in the Mobile, 1; Chattanooga, 0. Special to the Sentinel this city, braved death in Philadel- enforcement of the law will be difficult -

be played today at 3:30 o'clock. fighting, pending negotiations for ces- New Orleans, 4; Birmingham, 9. Dublin, Ireland, July 16.-An ex- phia recently by taking a thrillingtrip z'

The game will undoubtedly be a sation of hostilities. The military op- South Atlantic plosion, laid to militant ,suffragettes, in a hydroplane.-Jacksonville -

warm one as the Apopka boys will } erations will be continued, however, Charleston, 5; Jacksonville, 3. occurred in the post office here this Metropolis.Mrs. WEATHER REPORT w

come "loaded for bear" accompanied i( Servia holding her position to continue Albany, 4; Savannah, 2. afternoon while a sorter was stamp- Strother Smith is well knownin ,;

by a big crowd of "rooters," but the' fighting if the Bulgarians prove stub Columbus, 2; Macon, 0. ing letters addressed to Jno. Dallon, Orlando. She was married to Cap- Local th"-.per showers Thursdayand

Winter Park boys are planning to put born. Bulgaria has demanded terms. Carolina Irish Nationalists, a member of Par! tain Smith in this city. The event tak probably Friday.

one over on them. Raleigh, 5; Winston-Salem, 2. liament,.for East Mayo. The missive ing place at "The Avenue," at one

ed.The teams are about evenly match- Have your cards engraved and be Durham, 6; Charlotte, 4. blew up badly injuring the clerk's time one of the select boarding housesin The reason a girl objects to a man

up-to-date. Curtis & O'Neal. Asheville, 7; Greensboro, 0. hand. Orlando. kissing her is because.



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Lord helps those who help GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA
themselves", is hollow mockery to the w. M. SLEMONS
thief behind the prison bars. .

The rule of "A stich in time saves Regular DownpourOF
nine",is usually reversed if it happensto -
be a rheumatic stitch in ones back.
Where Do YmBuy Your SHOES ?

"Truth is stranger than fiction",
when the fellow really marries the BARGAINSr
girl and they really "Live happily HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"
ever: after". Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
Shipments to Havana of food stuffs Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $1.00 kind. They are
and merchandise through Key West known all over the country as one of the best makes,
continue as heavy as heretofore, and r SUIT I IN STOCK
Julian Alonzo, chartered by the P. 0. We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, S3.00 $3.50 and $4.00
S. S. Company as a cargo vessel We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
sailing twice a week, seldom carrieson We sell Boys Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
a Sunday trip less than 300 tons $11.00REGULAR Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
freight, and the cargo quite often 4 We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

sailed reaches last five night hundred with tons.the The following vessel I $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25. ," ,. ._
cargo: Lard,700 tierces,and 175 cases PRICES $25.00, $22.50 Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00; and $3.50. --
pork, 200 tierces and 239 cases; durgs Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
39; stationary 1 box; wheat 250 sacks; $18.00 AND $15.00.: SEE CIRCULARS TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.
eggs, 800 cases, or 24,000 dozen; FOR PRICES ON OTHER
shoes, 26 cases, sausages: 1,3CO; cases,
chorizas, 80 cases: hams, 5 barrels:I GOODS
electric transformers, 10 crates. The L W. M. SLEMONS
weight of the cargo is 350 tons and the I
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value approximately $67,641.-Key {" "" " "-HltMHttM,ft..
West Citizen. I Brown & Lartigue

New things to wear-for all sorts! Sheep Manure FertilizerWRIGHT
of folks are described discussed and i
priced in Sentinel ads.C5OLINc. Men's and Boys' OutfittersThe REALTY SEED CO. P'' FOR "

Garden Truck flowers
I Our Business a, l or
Orlando Florida.
VIV1NO Sentinel is from every point' Practical Plans for Getting More PRODUCES RESULTS
f view, a newspaper for the home. Business. Call 24. Ask for Ad. Man.:
DELYCrOUS I -___ Does NOT Burn
Money to loan on improved prep I Shanibarger's for bicycles and .
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This is the weather )"OU'n enjoy it ABOUTASK Columns,and Balustersalso all kindsof
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flavors.BUTTS for a toSPIRELLA demonstration. Call or lend postrard Acme Brick and

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for Hotels ICE Figures for Consumer Using $1.00 Worth of Ice

Butchers Per Day at 30 Cents Per 100 Pounds:

Cost of Ice Machine $400.00

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

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

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

Clubs Maintenance and Depreciation (ten years) 400.00

Restaurants PER Total $1,936.00Hospitals

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

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

Total $4,964.00
Dairies -

Residences Net Saving with Ice Machine $3,028.00, or S302.80 per Year i i

Two Ideal Hotel Sites., .

Close in. Overlooking Lakes.


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The Second Week of the Semi-Annual Pre-Inventory Sale of Dry Goods, Boots ar d Shoes, etc., etc., will 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, jou 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.

I Note a Few of these Reductions. They are Money Savers !


Money Savers In Ginghams, Chambrays and Percale, fine colors and
I effects, all sizes.
trimmed with.embroidery edging: -Slip Elbow Style-neatly.. Regular Values, 29c, 39c, 50c. Sale Price, :25c, 33c, .13c.
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, 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 65c.
Spots, Stripes, Checks and Diagonal Goods, are all of thisseason's
Regular Price, $1.00. Sale Price, 89c.
.Petticoats I
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. While What t About t Those House Dresses?

Regular Value 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, 200. Sale they last at 12%c. yd.
Price, 69c, 89c, 98c, $1.20, $1.50. White GoodsWhite

Cotton Dress and Waist Goods in Crossbar.
Combination Suits{ Corset t Covers and That Elffel Hose IS Worth Wearing! ; ; ; Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Also Dotted Swiss and Crepes.
Regular 15c, 19c, 25c Values. Sale Price, 12>/ c.
Drawers 1200 Yards of Genuine Imported Swiss Muslins in ex- White Lineen, White Linen, White Ratine, Whiteceedingly
handsome Embroidered Spots, Coin Spots and Flacon, White Longcloth.
Covers trimmed with I lace insertion. Drawers finished
I Values I lOc, 12> loc, 18c, 20c, 35c.
with Ruffle edged with lace. Floral Effects and Designs in Colors on White Grounds. Regular Vc 25c.
A Dainty Fabric for a Dainty Wearer. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, 12"/2c, 15c, 16c, 20c, 29c.
Suits, Regular Values 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Sale Price,
20c, 43c, 63c, 89c.'h'l Value, 35c yard. 1 Qn d
Corset 40c, 50c, 75c Sale they I last, 117(5, Y Did I You Get t That t Kimona?
Price, 33c, 43c, 63c i
Drawers, Regular Values, 35c, 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 29c,
43c, 65c.j "Queen Quality" or Sorosis ? Boy's Clothing

Play Suits in many fabrics and colors. Styles-Sailors,
Buster and Romper effects.
j Are the Boys and Girls Outfitted Yet ? BOOTS AND SHOES Regular Values, 50c.j 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale Price,
45c, 65c; S9c, 98c, .... .

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 50 Swiss Embroidered Robes
Reg. Values,
Chambrays, etc., etc., all made in I $1.25 98
very effective style and less than half price. and $1.50 for .
and the fit is perfect. ------ Including I some of the dantiest and the most becomingof
A fit for all ages from two years to fourteen years. Reg. Values I $3.00 ) 981 Reg. Values I $3.50 1 DC the Season's Fashionable Models. Parisian taste modified '
r and $4.00 for ____ to $6.00, for ____LJJM to American ideas. .
Regular 59c, 65c; 75c; $1.00, $1.25, $1.DO. Sale
Price, 15c, 55c, 63c, S9c, 98c, $1.20. Regular Value, $4.50 QQ1/ PER I CENT OFF
to $10.00------------- MARKED PRICES

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something ? of this Money-Saving Sale



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"- The Daily THE AVERTED STRIKE HOISTED ON HIS OWN RETARDIn news to Elks and all other lovers of

South Fior da Sentine Three days ago it looked like the Neale's Magazine the Editor, Mr. fraternalism throughout the country.A .

MORNING AND WEEKLY of Eastern Railroads and Walter Neale, says about Mr. Walter New York judge handed down a

florid--Entered- at Second at the Class poet Mail office Matter.at Orlando 80,000 managers terms railroads that conductors would would not employed avoid get a together clash.on these on It section Page"But as of he follows America has :singled where out the he vast was similar TRYING dcision TO som o BE time NATURAL ago. ;I i Tie Proffuot t I EXperiellee n nThe

; SUBSCRIPTION RATES looks now that the country is saved born and attempts to hold it up to the The Star doesn't take any share in 1 I

t from a great disturbance of its com- derision of the American people and the crusade against the prevailing!
TIlE DAILY SENTINELOne mercial life. of all the nations of the earth. Can fashions in women's dress, and doesn't ;

Year $5.CO The principal figure in bringing any man who has abused the peopleof believe it increases immortality. len I

Six Months ... .... .. ... ....,2.50 this about, of course, was President any group of the American Statesas have, until a few years ago, insisted ):

{Three Months....... .....II.. 1.25 Wilson. Great credit is due the Hon. the author of "The Southerner"has on women swathing themselves to I

By news carrier in Orlando 50 cent perMonth. orable Seth Low and Secretary of Labor abused the Southern group fitly their ears in hot weather, or ratherin 1
Daily and Sunday. Mr. Wilson. the court of St. James?" clothes in hot weather, riding

notable considera- We answer emphatically, yes. Andif horseback on a side saddle, and other
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found There are several
Book this strike in Mr. Neale will read some of the unreasonable things, and now that the
p ale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal'a tions in the nipping of
/lore. and Wright Brothers.We the bud. It shows what can be ac-I things that were said about the Southin ladies are trying to be more comfort-

will appreciate prompt complaint if complished when men are reasoned the sixties by men who not only able and natural, some of us heprudesraise

delivery ia not promptly made by our carriers. with, while they are reasonable, and I occupied Mr. Page's position, but who our hands in holy horror be-

-Advertising-- --rates---will- be furnished on ape before the blood has been heated, and I occupied every conspicuous positionin cause they won't remain uncomfortable -

,ueation. they become blind through passion.It I this country, he will say, yes, also. and artificial. A man who can't

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL shows what arbitration is likelyto Mr. Page is a son of a Methodist respect a respectable woman when

fin year, by mail postage paid..........$100 accomplished in the matter of sav. minister, who spent the major part of she is wearing a low-necked and short
his life in religious work in North sleeved dress can't respect her Classiest of all
any I RoadstersAbsolutelyWell
Address TIlE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida. ing. If this strike is settled by an
Office 101 Court Street, Arcade Building arbitration board, it will save millionsof Carolina. The father was a great how, and needs watching. As far as
Phone 24 dollars to the railroads and to their and good, plain man. The type which we are personally concerned, if the ladies Built---Easy Riding and Comfort-
----- has contributed so much to Methodism would only let us eat in our shirt-
employees, and it will save a vast able---So Stylish and Well Finished
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor deal of inconvenience to the public.Of which in turn has so enrichedthe sleeves in summertime, they might

J. F. SCHUMAN, Edito course concessions had to be made. world. wear what they darn please-or leaveit that Owners of High Priced
We do not know whether Walter off, if that would suit them bet-
THURSDAY, JULY 17TH, 1913. Secretary Wilson had to give up his
contention on the number composingthe i Page's father tried to_.link .with the I ter.-Ocala Star. Cars are Proud to use the
board. aristocratic rages of Virginia or not. I There are certain rights that are in-
New Smyrna has a new fire en- Clayton and Senator Representative Kern had to I We only know that his father was an alienable and one of them may be the "LITTLE FOUR"for

gine .of which the people are very agree to make the Newlands bill ef-I honest man, and we know that the son right to express our opinion. If not their Run-

proud.On fective at once, and the President has reflected the glory of his father. we are going to express it anyway,
o the "The Southerner," was a work ofMr. and say we think the Ocala Star is about Work
agreed to sign measure.
Friday night the Business Men'Association Page's crude period. He had a little too extreme in expressing its
The bill is now having passedthe
: of Jacksonville will holda
House and the Senate and having just touched New York and was inflated indifference to the way women dress,
real family luncheon and smoke- the President. It does with his success, on being recognized and when it agrees to let the women *
been signed by
fest in the board of trade rooms in not matter what may have been the as a man of ability. I suppose dress as they please, provided the ladies -

that city. that the railroads and con- he did play the fool. Who cares? allow men to go in their shirt

o argument North Carolinians were not much offended sleeves, manner are being lowed with
had the
would have
"No man e'er felt the halter drawn ductors presented at what he wrote and why both sex. There is too little attention I.I W. "
The only thing PHILLIPS
"with good opinion of the law," no matter case that come the American to a fight.people are concerned should Mr. Neale gyrate about Mr.I paid to manners nowadays anyway, & O
whether he for
with, is, that they have been Page at this late day? and the Sentinel would insist on the
murder, imprisoned for stealing sheep Mr. Walter' H. Page is of editorial of the Ocala Star keepinghis
more a
the time from
saved for being a great
fined for abusing his horse.
or railroad disturbance. And the publicis fixture in American life than ever Mr. coat on in the presence of ladies I

o heartened to hope that the Presi- I Neale or the Neale's Magazine cabe n anyway. IIIIIIII11111111III1I1111111111
Those who
men are .trying. to prescribe so why ? President Wilson
and ,u..u!/ ?* an nnA his:: advisors; may .not... only I worry _
proper suitable clothingfor this threatened strike, but has 1 made no mistake, and the Courtof J
the woman of fashion have tackled ,
that likewise be happy in 4: St. James has offered "no kick" and
The ; they may
a stupendous job. currency offering a solution, to the conflict between i in our judgement, the Southern people -
bill sinks into significance in compar-
ison. employer and employee, where- ] will notJUDGE

o by all differences may be so adjustedas o WEDDING GIFTS
that there shall be no suffering on RISINGER'S DECISION -
The weather is too hot for the man
of the house to get out and split the part either of the laboror or the .Judge Risinger, of Ohio, has lately

kindling wood, but just about rightto employer or the public. I handed down a decision that forever

go to the Country Club and split We have long believed that men aee bars the colored order of Elks from

the air with a golf ball and lug fifteenor sufficiently alike whether they handle using the name, insignia, symbols and
and the shovel, whether The completeness of stock of Silver Cut
our Sterling Glass
the pick or ,
twenty pounds of caddy bag around badges of Elks in the state of Ohio.

the links. they simply is clip coupons, to realize for Part of the Judges decision is as fol- Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
that there a common ground lows
o :
Among the many speakers at the humanity, and on this ground men "It is quite conclusive that the dom- for the wedding-gift seeker.

Christian Citizen Conference recently ought to be able to recognize fairness inant word in each of the designatedor

held at Portland Oregon,was the Irish_ and justice.In charter names is the resoundingand These things are so varied in style and price as to give
the words of Robert Burns, "Aman's
man who originated the "Catch myPal" resplendent word of "Elks." It is
almost limitless choice.
for a' that"Humanity
a man
movement which has done a a charming talismanio word-the
world of good. It is certainly a catchy treated kindly will respond -: gleam and the allurement-the very
in kindness. How to treat men !diamond From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a
name and a suggestive one for a broth designation, impressive to
erhood. is the problem of this age, and the I the world of the existence of an or- dollar and upward.The .
solution of this problem is well worth .
o der, exculsive, distinguished and
of all classes of
the men.
The U. S. Senate worked just three unique."
The Newlands-Kern bill is now law. i i i range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
minutes on July 3rd while the House< 1 "The courts in the modern application -
was not in session at all. But those This is as it should be, preparing the !,i of the law as to usurpation and the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main-
for arbitration without being
hard worked lawmakers draw their way ar-[I infringement relative to enthican and
No has been hurt by tained.
regular stipend just the same while bitrary. one fraternal societies, seeks guidance
the poor editor works all day and half this large generosity. If we are not from the innumerable cases relative i
mistaken it marks a new dawn in set- Your most critical inspection is invited.T.I1.vansthe .
the night, thankful for a bite of food to commercial or profit corporations.
tlements between and
employer em-
and a bit of clothing. It appears to be the universe creter-

o ployee. tion that if the chartered designation

Wonder what has happened to the o or name is so simmilar as to be likelyto
Aeroplaning is not only a crazy
old-fashioned photographer who used deceive or mislead and injure the
fad it is
to put out all the lights and then set ; dippy. prior corporation, then the usurpa-

Soft the flash?Times Union. o tive use by the subsequent corporation
During the last three months the I
He has gone with the old-fashioned is enjoined and the decisions abound JewelerOPPOSITE
State Mission Board has
spent "
.editor, who published the news that over $35,000.W. and finesse of comparison. I
was "fit to print," wrote his political Judge Risinger was formerly a res-
opinions without bias and did not meddle n ident of Orlando and owned and occu-
with religion. G. Hankins, of Kissimmee has pied the beautiful place on Lake Lu- POST OFFICE

o secured the contract for furnishingthe cerne now owned by Mrs. Fuller. His
fixtures for the new People's decision in this case which was so vig- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
The Emperor William received
an Bank, which is to open in Miami the roously defended by one of Ohio's i
odd present on the occasion of the sil- I
first of August. most noted attorneys, will be good
ver jubilee of his reign from Queen

Whilhemina of Holland, consisting of -

several carloads of rare tulip bulbs

for planting in the imperial gardens.In i
Dutch eyes no gift could be more i l I II Riiean

precious, for since the 16th century it'' i AUTOMOBILE Sweep Sale
has been their favorite flower. They '

have been known to give $20,000 for \

a single bulb. i

o I '

American Miss Isadora dancer Duncan who is, the an beautiful exponent \! BULLETINThese i i Jnll 28k
Begillllllg Salihlay
of the the Bulgarian Greek dance war district is now, a having nurse: taken inI-i l I [ [ J,

charge of a whole village of women I are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one Is

who lost their husbands and broth : guaranteed to be in first-class
condition, is fully equip
ers in the war, and given them food : I
ped and ready to run.
and shelter. Miss Duncan lost her two ': k Continuing Through July 13

children in the spring when the auto- :

mobile in which they were riding 1 1 1912 20 H P Roadster Good
went into the River Seine at Paris. : Condition, GIVEN
o i $400.00 : Free Free I

Brides of the White House are \
i I
adopted daughters of the Nation and
the public follows their careers with : 1 I 1 1910 Regal 4 To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will

interest, regarding each as a favorite : 1 Passenger $300ONE and the I
child. There was keen interest in the I I be given, following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

marriage of Maria Monroe in the i I 1912 STUDEBAKER, FOUR-PASSENGER, EXTRA three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
long years ago, then Lizzie Tyler
and the dearly loved Nellie Grant; in TIRE FULLY EQUIPPED: selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store

Mrs. Cleveland and Alice Rooseveltthe SHOCK ABSORBERS ETC., $6 00

romance was discovered long before
the wedding and for months every HAVE YOU SEEN THAT TACCO RE-FINISH. MAKES

appearance was the signal for enthus- YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE NEW. GUARANTEEDSAME
iasm. It would seem that young Mr.
Sayre who has suddenly flashed into i B. Ives

prominence is a fortunate man to

have won so charming, so practicaland I

so sensible a young lady as Miss
Jessie Wilson appears to be. Most of I San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

the White House brides have and the

nation will give its blessing to Miss I Second Floor1




THE OLD AND THE NEW ORLANDO'S PULPIT IS WELL ORLANDO LOSES GOOD WOMANMrs. illllllllllllllllliUlilllillllilitlilllitililllill


Apropos to the building of the W. E. Bishop, of North Or-

THE TUNER splendid edifice by the local Method- The church people of Orlando may ange avenue, died last evening aftera DONAC ClAM BOUillON

ORLANDO.FLA.Ripe ists in place of the wooden structureso feel deep satisfaction over the town's severe illness of several weeks dur-

long their place of worship here, representation in the pulpit All threeof ing which her husband and physicianhave

and so recently torn down to make the new men gotten here measureup done everything possible to af- Will) give you strengthJust

way for the beautiful new structure, to a high standard of intellectuality ford relief.

guavas, of the home variety, Mr. S. S. Griffin shows us a deed of and moral force. Mrs. Bishop came to Orlando with the food (for weak stomachsIT'S

I are becoming plentiful.Mr. some twenty acres of land near Lake We take it that it is seldom thata her husband a year ago last fall in

Howell, now held by him, by deed town can renew its pulpit talent search of a mild climate, having

Henry E. Rouss, of Charleston, from his father, and which was orig- with such uniformly good results. lived for years in Nebraska. They

I is in Orlando today on business. inally conveyed to his father in April, First came Dr. Wray, of the Methodist were both charmed with Orlando from PURE FOOD

1886, by the then Board of Trusteesof pulpit, replacing Dr. Chapman.We the first and after spending one nightat
)Ir. George H. French, of Valdosta,: church in in Dr. of Because manufactured by Cohoon Bros.
the Methodist paymentfor recognized Wray a man a hotel, they walked up Orange

|Ga., arrived in Orlando last night. material furnished by the elder culture, broad study and a potential avenue and seeing Major Schuller sit- Patronize Home Industry

Griffin at that time for constructionof friend to all. Then came Dean Sher- ting on his porch, they began a con.
)lr. and Mrs. S. Y. Way and chil-
for Sav- the church.. rod, to take Dean Spencer's place. versation with him which ended in
dren leave today by auto
A quarter of a century has surely And the new Dean at once took his buying his residence and most of the
|annah Ga.
brought its changes, as the Board of place as a man of dependability and furniture, and that evening they sleptin FLOWERS and PLANTSWe

and Master Trustees of today show the names strength. And now comes to fill the their own home and have since materially
Miss Dorothy Cooper
I Buster are back from a delightful of but one still remaining as such Baptist pulpit, Dr. Poulson, whose improved it by adding to it have a floral garden in connection with our grocery

official as filled the office in the for. chiefest characteristic is sincerety of I and making it even more beautiful and orders for cut flowers
|outing at Daytona Beach. or potted plants will receive
I mer year and that one is Mr. Jas. A. purpose. Dr. Poulson has been here than it was before. attention. ;
Knox. but a short while, but we think no I Mrs. Bishop was 73 years of age
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Hand left yesterday ,
be The following constituted the Board man 6f thought could take him for and she and Mr. Bishop have been ,
for the north expecting to
in 1886 and are signers of the deed: any other than an honest, earnest married 46 years. They have made
I from Orlando until fall. I THE SANITARY I II
away I J. N. Butt, J. A. Beal, J. A. Knox, man, whom it is good to know. many friends since their residence GROCERY

Ingram Fletcher and L J. Dollins.Mr. Dr. Stagg has been here for two began in the city and the deepest sym- CARUTHERS
of the I & GORE
)Ir. B. T. Boyd, president }
I years. He has made his place in the pathy goes out to Mr. Bishop. The

Bank of Winter Garden, was among Lewis Willis, of St. Louis, Mo., community. All told, the city's pulpitis funeral will be held from the home t Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
|the county seat visitors yesterday.
is a late arrival at the San Juan. perhaps as well equipped as any this morning and the body will be laid .nnirn . "i HIM ii M nini, ,
place of its size in the world. I to rest in the Orlando cemetery. They
Misses Virginia and Elizabeth Dade, .
Mr. Sam J. Tennant, of New Or- The above is from the editorial col- have no children and have sold their ORLANDO IN JULY 1888. M*,
lof f
DeLand, neices of Mr. W. A. Dade, tillllH
I leans, is in Orlando today, a guestof umns of our neighbor-The Reporter-I home in Nebraska. -
arrived in Orlando last night on a
the San Juan. The third story of the Dollins'
I visit. Star.What
I I is said, is gracefully said, is I NOT A BAD IDEA block is being fitted up by the Masons ulf Refining Co.14ft O

Mr. J. H. Huddleston, one of Geneva's Mr. John R. Slider, representing mighty good, and ought to make the for a lodge room. ,

prosperous and influential cit- Schroeter Bros., of Atlanta, Ga., was' few men in the pulpits, of this city I The last legislature passed a law

in the feel mighty good.INCINDERATOR. creating a Fish Commissioner for the +
izens, spent yesterday in Orlando on I, city yesterday.Mr. : H. W. Munn, who has been a resi-

(business. I State of Florida and providing for the dent of Orlando for six years, has

Edgar Robinson, the confec- PICTURES protection of fish and the punishmentof gone to New England for a visit. Kerosene

tioner on Church street, left last night offenders. This law, with the aid
Members of the Masonic Lodge w i
with their families will hold their an. for Atlanta on business. i The committee on Public Health of!I I of the U. S. Fish Commission ought I II White Guernsey and Giles have i Gasoline

the Woman's Civic League on next to put in motion a movement resulting written life insurance this
nual picnic at Lake Gatlin, tomorrow $15,000 I
[afternoon.Mrs. Mr. J. C. Hull started yesterdayfor Saturday night, the 19th, have made|I in stocking many of our lakes week and say there is more "sprout- .
Balsam, N. C., where he will spend arrangements to have a picture of the: with fish. Many a man will spend ing.

the next three weeks. Incinderators or Trash Barns shown on' time and to
| more energy money go Oils
Chas. H. Pillsbury and little \ and Greases i
canvas at the Lucerne. Mr. T. P. i i fishing than he will for any other
G. W. Burden the
son, of Jacksonville, arrived in Orlan.do prop
Mr. E. A. Council, of Jacksonville, Robinson has kindly donated the slide. I recreation. Our beautiful lakes and rietor of the Charleston, has been
( last evening on a visit to her sister Axle
Mrs. A. B. Whitman.Mr. is spending today in Orlando. He is Everyone interested in the disposal of; climate are ideal for the purpose. making many improvements to the GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

registered at the San Juan. garbage should try and make it convenient The lakes in and around Orlando hotel.T. I I

to be there. Mr. Ramsey will should be stocked with young H'IfH
Lewis Miller, representing the
J. H. Cooper, of Winter Garden, was' give a description of public and private fish and then protected until
hapleigh Hardware Company, of St. B. Mathes, father of N. J.
I in the business incinderators, and how the j
city yesterday transacting gar-' thoroughly propagated.We
uis, was hustling for his firm I Mathes, the shoe maker, left this
and greeting friends. ; bage question can be solved. plant seeds and then cultivateand
mong old customers here yesterday. I : week for Camden, N. J., to visit an- 450
I for the until it is
--- care crop ready PHONES |
i son.
Mr. J. R. Jones, commercial agentf Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Partridge and ELK LODGE FOR SANFORD I j jMr. for harvest. Why not plant some

the Atlantic Coast Line, with headquarters i, daughter, Miss Lucy, left last night I fish and protect them until we have Orlando .- Florida i
Merritt left for
Dr. J. C.
S. Percival Hutton the sue-I j Tuesday ,
in Tampa, spent yesterdayn : for a tour of the New England States. was fishing good enough to attract peo-
St. Paul Minn. where he will remain
cessful for the plans for! ,
\ Orlando in the interest of his road. competitor ple from all over the country. If f
the Elks' for Sanford. for the summer. Mrs. Merritt will
Lodge I the Board of Trade would appoint an
Attorney C. P. Dickinson received"big a remain here.J. .
Architects were competing from Walton T. H.
Isaac Committee with
Mrs. J. C. Griffin, of Kissimmee, fire proof safe yesterday from COME RIGHT ALONG
Virginia, Alabama, Jacksonville and' chairman and Dr.
ho has been visiting for several dayst I the Hall Safe & Lock Company, of Evans as Sylvan
I Tampa. Mr. Hutton's plans won over McElroy as secretary, we are sure L. Empie reports that the pine
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. I Cincinnati, who are represented hereby I A lady who spent many years in
all and the comment was made by they could do much to add to the apple plants from which he cut fruit
riffin returned to Kissimmee Orlando
yes the Messrs. who is now in Oregon,
who looked the plans of the last February are again in full fruit
erday. i Cohoon.'i many house"' attractiveness city as a summer writes to a friend:
:it was the most complete club and winter resort.Jacksonville which will soon be ready for mar-
I Mrs. Ruth Gilliam, daughter of Mrs. conceivable.The I ket. "I have registered and voted, andI
I II [
The Highland Grove Union Sunday John Schnarr, left yesterday for Chi think the world will be better now

chool will have a picnic in the I,I cago for a summer's visiting in that Elks Lodge number 1241, of newspaper correspondents that I am a suffragette. I helped put
I(Sanford, will cost $20,000 and will be all seem to think that Prof. F. One of the handsomest vehicles ever I
All in- in office
3ayne grove, Thursday. are city and other Illinois points, return. ; a Christian mayor who head.
one( of the handsomest in the State. A. Hathaway is more than likely to seen on our streets was received this
'ited. The ladies will sell ice creamn ing to Orlando in the fall. I ed a parade with his Sunday school

| the afternoon.Mr. :i succeed E. 0. Locke as Clerk of the week by Mr. Ives, the well known I class called "The Play-Fair Class," allcarrying

READS IT EARLYMr. U. S. District Court for the Southern baker and grocer. It is a bread wa- their bibles.
I I I Among the transportation people in' I District of Florida. Prof. Hathaway's and cost about $200. In place of brass
C. H. Page left yesterday for f i gon bands, carriages followed with good
Orlando yesterday, was Mr. F. W. Grouch:"! donot regret having'subscribed heretofore has been along .
ft. Louis, Mo., where he will spend reputation voices singing hymns. It has rained
couple of weks and then go up into Parsons, superintendent of the Florida -' : for the Sentinel; it seems !j educational lines. He was Supt.of Mrs. J. M. Wilson, whose well nearly every day since October. I

orthern Illinois, where he will remain:I division of the Seaboard Air Line 1i i to be improving right in midsummerwhen the Orlando schools for several known pine apple garden is situatednear wouldn't mind the rain, because one

[ntH the middle of September. I i Other officials of the same road were i one would think news was I' years and did much to enlarge the Orlando, sent two monster pine gets used to it, but it is chilly muchof
0. R. A. L.
Teague, Pritchett and S. "
< work. He
scarce. schools and their efficient
-- I I apples to Chicago to be placed on the time and I often long for my
B. Witt.
Mr. H. T. Butler, a genuine Or- !' Mrs. G., "I also read every page,' went from Orlando to Jacksonville to exhibition at the National Conven dear old Southern home and it will

ndo booster, arrived last night from :; ----:- 1 but( rather than wait until you have 'I) accept a position as principal of the tion. I not be surprising if I appear in Orlando

I Mrs. J. C. Bass has returned home i finished reading, I rise half an hour Duval High School. Prof. Hathawayis "
partanburg, S. C., on a visit Mr. I most any day.
utler was glad to get back and his after eight weeks pleasantly spent at
friends Bradentown, Anna Maria Beach and that he is self-made, and that
were delighted to
any It is probable that the St. Peters
im. other points on the Gulf Coast. Master Naval stores operators of South and unlike some others, he need not be
Hurrah hurrah for Florida the State
I I burg lodge of Odd Fellows will in the
I Firman Piatt came -with her, and ;Middle Florida are going to meet and < ashamed of the job. Plums are good without i
a peer, near future erect a modern three-story
Mrs. Chas. A. Aspenwall and sons, expects to spend some time at Conj j talk over the situation and discuss I! eating and we hop e "Prof." will land Hurrah hurrah for Orlando, the building in that city.

has., Jr., and Harry, arrived yesterjay way visiting his grand mother, Mrs. j probable action at Lakeland this week. this one. Cleanest City here; I.
from Chattanooga, Tenn., to A. J. Piatt. The factors will also be present and Hurrah, hurrah for Ivanhoe Park with
pend the remainder of the summer 1 the condition of the naval stores industry Mr. V. J. Fabisinski, who has been many amusements-fine, j., NOTICE UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEED

}'ith Mrs. Aspenwall's mother, Mrs. '' Mr. Royal B. Child, one of the Seu-' at this time will be very fully holding down the Postal Telegraphoffice le surely pays to go there-and i, 4S88, LAWS OF FLORIDA

G. Coates. tinel linotype operators left last night considered. The. impression prevails in the absence of Manager have a real good time. I I -
Notice ii is hereby given that T. Jenkins
for Lakeland where he will reside, 1 that there will be a solid stand taken Moore, left last night for Palatka, The bathing is fine-amusements: rare, I i Dolive of Orlando. Eta, purchaser of TaxI
Mr. Talmadge Wilson is in Orlando having purchased a job printing establishment j for the curtailment of the products I where he will remain a few days be- and everything complete, 'j I I June Certificates, A. D.Nos., 1899 2436 and, dated Tax Certificate the fifth day dated of

rom Augusta, Ga. "Doc" has lots of there. Mr. Child is a :and by this means an adjustment of for leaving for Nashville, Tenn.A Come well filled baskets I''the I fifth day of No\ember. A. D., 1895;, hast
your filed said Certificates in my office and has
lends here that are pleased to see good operator, fine printer, and a most j the matter of supply and demand, and then- made application for Tax Deeds to issue in

im. He is not playing ball this year excellent gentleman, and the Sentinelis 1 bringing prices up to a standard that man who bought 500 oc 4 fins and "You surely can eat" accordance the following with law.described Said Certicfiates property, embrace situated --

luring his vacation from the Hospital sorry to lose him. Mrs. Child will 1 will remunerate the men engaged in'' set up a shop at Gettysburg went in Orange county Florida, towit:
I No. 2436 Lot 12 Menser's sub-div. of SH'ofNEi
li Augusta, but is simply taking life remain in Orlando for a few days with 1 this important industry.-Times Un- broke. The moral is, don't knock, The liquid part we have on ice-all J' ,, and NI; of SE>4 Sec 32 Tp 20 SR
'. relatives. Miami ; 30 E; No. 17!% LoU 19 and 29 l\Iensda.
is j ion Short Talks. but boost- Metropolis.
I ready for the table, !>sub-div of S'; of NEI,. and N1: of SE%
I Sec 32 Tp 20 SR 30 E.
I And so we expect you will surely !j The said land being assessed at the date
come as soon as you are able; of the issuance of such Certificates in the
name of H. G. Cleveland and M. A. Henck
+++++. . .I.I..t..I.I.I""I.III.I.II. Come one-come all! don't hesitate to respectively.
Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed
spend next Thursday here ,
according to law Tax Deed will issue thereon'
And help to make our summer on the 18th day of August A. D., 1913.
Witness my official signature and seal this
GRAND THEATERTodays' months the finest of the year. the 17th day of July, A. D., 1913.
7-16 2t. I B M. ROBINSON ,
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Florida.

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G rd Th ea tr e I!, A SPECIAL FEATURE


A fascinating and original two reel Pathe photoplay.

Fascinating describes it not only on account of its original i A New Lot of

I plot and entertaining incidents, but in its delightful pictorial II I I

beauty. The plot is ingenious in detail, bright, complete and Manhattan Shirts

well rounded making this a photo-dramatic gem.

MOTION PICTURES "THE WAYWARD SON" (Drama) . . . Kalem Some Very Pretty

Pictures Changed Daily'':I "SOME CHICKEN" (Zootechnic) . . . . Selig j Patterns for the Summer

: "ABSENTMINDED MR. BOOB" (Comedy) . . Selig

PRICES[ from $$1r.IUU to $$4.00) I


FIRST SHOW, tI tI 7il5 P.M i

!iII We positively forbid anyone to solicit votes in the Auto SCRUGGS & DICKSONThe

SECOND' SHOW, 8il5 PM II Contest either in front or in the lobby of this Theatre.lllllilMiilMMillMIHMIIIIIiiMIMMMI3M. .
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NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF r. I I ;<1I 1I 1 iiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiHinnHH

} FLORIDA Gowns 98c. I,, LISTEN !

"You think Tampa's hot, Uncle San i Crepe ,I
Bays not." Tampa Tribune headlineWe .j iN ,
know Orlando's cool, the mat j BYMPADA'1RYCa 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
blamed lunatic. Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
who don't is a -
i FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER. l TAMPi Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.

The cabbage crop at Coleman but this the: I I W EAR, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga
year was the best ever grown I I i pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
prices were not so good. The tomato LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, cerne.
crop was the largest ever grown there.1 IS NOTHING

large as this year and bids fair tc I ETC. TOO GOOD FORFLORIDIANS ..,IIII..IIIIIIII.lllllllllllllll III IIIOI IIIIIIII.
make a good yield.It .

is rumored that the Florida East : LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS I I, 'II
Coast Railway Company is going to I I r
move the railroad shops, coal yards, WE OFFER YOU
round house and a large part of the I That's the principle 'we work on
freight yards from Miami to Buena! McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT i in the manufacture of F01XSET- !
Vista. Among the improvements plan- TIA Ice Cream every ingredientthat THE. MOST OF THE BEST
ned at the latter place is a modern STORE goes into Poinsettia Ice Cream
MUST be THE BEST. Every I Ii
passenger station with resident agent. For the Least
method used in its manufacture
Miss Helen Hunt of St. Augustinehas 124 South Orange Avenue i I MUST be scientifically, sanitary ana -
accepted a position with the Jacksonville OPPOSITE POST OFFICE hygienic.
Times-Union as society editor i
Tender MeatsYou
during the summer months. Miss! I Labor expense,trouble and Juicy
Hunt lived in Gainesville many years: ---- -- ---- ---- time are not considered in

and has a number of friends there.:' Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day the manufacture of FOIN"- can always depend on getting the best at our
For a long time she did the society SETTIA Ice Cream.
work for the St. Augustine Evening! Its for sale market, and you will find (there is a wonderful differ-

Record and she will no doubt be suc-t 111111..1..11..11111111..1..1..1".1lCimL in your town ence in meats.
cessful in her new positin. -

Jacksonville The new city pieces playgrounds is going of equipment.to in receive Springfield A san several -,I' [ [ VACUUM L CLEANER[ [M V. \V.ORLANDO ESTES FLA.No. &.CO COART &PIGUEI

itary drinking fountain has just been
installed. The new equipment to beset YGOING I ,
up consists of some up-to-date see-
saws, which are claimed to be muscle AWAY?
and which will afford at
developers Have house
room or
the same time amusement for the your If so,don't forget to have the Daily ii MMiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiimiiw

youngsters.Miss cleaned without dust or troubleof Sentinel follow you-mailed every day
to your summer home. No extra I
Thelma Dargan of Jacksonvillehas
been awarded the scholarship to moving furniture itltiMlitHMMMMtiftWE
the Alice Bristol College at Washing-
pop D. C., 'given by the United PAY A PREMIUMFOR Mid.\ummer lluUUlull rries[
Palters of the Confederacy,and she YOUR CASHBy
Co. send Ex-
The Pierce Electric an
vvil!!} J ttftiye for that institution in Sep-
temb.er, Miss Dargan is one of the! On all Dress Materials, Laces, Embroideries
from the eight Southern: perienced man. giving you MORE and BETTER
fourteen girls material for LESS price. We
States to receive one of these scholar carry in stockEVERYTHING HosieryAND
ships for the next school year. .
On Sunday last, Mr. Oscar A. De- From the brick for the foundation to
Long of New York arrived in the inside finish-you can buy from u MILLINERYUSSES
city and informed the public that he everything you may need for building ,
or construction.. We sell directto
had purchased the property of the Ful.

ler's will put Earth it Company in operation at Ellenton very soon.and [ [ [ ijl'' Int. the builder. COMPANY HAULM & DUNN

This is one of the big industries of DYE LUMBER
Manatee county, and it is encourage Gainesville Fla.
ing to know that it is on the way to CHURCH STREET P. 0. Box F49StlHttltlimtllMIMMt Agents for Barclay Corsets
further development.Bradentown No.1 a
Journal. .111111..I..t

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


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


We bid for your A'c ;- We extend liberal

credit to all and
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business on 6

1 ,a h

the merits of s: a make special

E l termstothosewho
', 4 td ye
our -.

wish it.
merchandiseand e ft ; .
Y 1r" .I : ,4

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lowness of our We do a large volume

prices 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 ?


Kincaid & SnowdenLow

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




(midnight Badness,)will Boosters received CLASSIFIED be run BOOSTERS after(in classified the 10"Too o'clock advertisements Late- roRLANb'u1K& tRuST J COMP 4Nr '

I pnudmattlj to Boosters Classify"of column.30 five words lines-,one or less time-,ap-1 25'' mm l [ [ J mm[ [ : ,

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

MISCELLANEOUSMoney ------- 4 REELS --4
I Statement As Rendered to the Comp
to loan on improved I
,_ troller at the Close of Business
I S. Y. WAY. ?
5 > a { + June 30th, 1913

Shanibarger's for bicycles and RESOURCESBanking
Sundries. U House, Furniture PROGRAM TODAYALL

FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real and Fixtures ....... ...$ 25,867.37
Estate see Jansen & Watkins 46 r ? Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 FEATURE PROGRAM

624lm. Overdrafts ............... 83.98 ..
'- 'f' Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop
erty. See Jansen & Watkins. '' .. I Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11 "MUTUAL WEEKLY NO. 23" . . . Metal

6241m. Y 4 I All the latest illustrated news and weekly current
i 1 1 1c $661,647.12 events from all of the
Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine t. parts
[ street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- ii.4 i LIABILITIES V
Capital ... .... .... ......$100,000.00
bacco, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf I j Surplus. and Undivided I "A DIXIE MOTHER" . . . Broncho Feature ,

SHOP SERVICE-The very best ,;,- l t Profits ................ 33,889.11 In two reels-a wonderful Civil War drama, with awe- r
and quickest. No waiting. Free I Deposits............... 527,758.01 inspiring and sensational scenes of battle. Truly words f
filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. .
cannot explain this wonderful picture-it must be seen
W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine :
street. F1iti $661,647.12The to be appreciated. .

Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stockof officers and directors of the Or-

Fancy Groceries to the store on the + : lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to "EXTRA" . . . . . . . . One Reel
corner of Pine and Orange Ave. for- I s ;; call the attention of its depositors and
% friends and the citizens of Orlando a.
merly occupied by H. C. Robertsonand a ar11
will be ready for business Friday t + to the above statement. The manage- Crowds! crowds!! crowds!!! attend the Lucerne daily.
7-10 tf. r i I ment of the Bank feels that this showing -
morning. w reflects the conservative, sane and Why? Because theatre goers know just exactly the kind
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a I I ti' ;tea progressive methods employed in this of pictures they like and the Lucerne is the only place

new hotel; has all modern conven- I -- : financial institution. Strength begets they can find just the show they want to see. Pictures

fences; fronts on Ocean just southof I confidence, and strength is no where worth seeing, music worth hearing. Follow the crowds.
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day I displayed better by a bank than inUnited I
and upwards. Special rates by the I I States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.

week or month. We make a specialty I J I:. -- -- -
of sea food dinners Thursday evenings I 1.. _Ar 0 0 .111111.1.111.1111..1111..1.1111..1.,1.11.
and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. I
FOR SALE-New modern five-room
house, centrally located. Apply this New Hotel NeptuneIs
office. 7-1 d & w tf I .
BUY- a lot in Thornton Park, a nice now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland,
suburb in east part of the city. Carl formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, Daytona's finest
Jensen. i and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune.Let .
it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -
and corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with
to the Northeast of the city
I still have some choice lots there.I YOUR SEWER private bath.Gifts. &

Carl Jensen. ,1 I .. .. ..eG.o '. l .ell.IDIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIII..
FOR SALE-Some one year old grape I
fruit and seedling orange trees.
Call on or address, T;J. Hill, Maitland CONNECTION
Florida. 7-12-6td 4tw .

FOR SALE-Two good sound and : Hi
gentle mules. Fine workers anda to Please
bargain, if taken at once. Call on
or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando : i I
Fla.- 7-10 d & w .
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FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, :
Remington, made ,by Starr Piano {
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, May be safely purchased from i
slightly used, good shape in every respect : You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks 1.
Will make some reduction for
cash. Music with same. For further and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which us where everythingis
information apply to P. 0. Box 114
Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf will be sume months hence.

FOR RENT Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con guaranteed., .i

FOR RENT Six room house, furnished. tracts with you now to make these connections any time
Apply No. 7, Gould street. Cen- i 1
trally located. 29-16 within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,

FOR RENT-Five room cottage with for 13 cents per foot. ,
all modern conveniences. Garage : Allen & Co.
for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Give this work to your home company and we are 1 .
615 East street 5-15 tf .
here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and
FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- .
nished and unfurnished. you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
6-26 tf.FOR .. with our work, and same is Inspected by city plumbing {

HIRE-Nice seven passenger : inspector and certified to by him.
touring car. Large and roomy. I
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. : II Orlando, Florida aI

Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs. :

E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. :
Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in
1 I .
North Georgia and she has decided to :
re-establish her home there so will : Our Repair Department at
rent her home here with the privilegeof The F. JOSEPH RAEHN

purchase to responsible parties. : your service always.
Reasonable terms will be given. :
Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and :
and Co
other desirable properties. Xo. 407 Plumbing Heating

South Orange aveune. Opposite the I :

High School Building. Jul3 tf.!, i:.

.11 WANTED ; :::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::::: :::::: 1" 11 l' }l""l'" I

WANTED-Second hand four-pass- - it It Makes K No Blltel'ell.oe!

dition.enger Address Ford. Must"0. K.be"in Sentinel good con-Of-! GRAIN AND FEED STORE '...11111..IIIIII..II..I.I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.i r

fice. Geo Chick has opened a grain and: .....
j feed store on Boone street, between .a.
Church and South street, where hei Iis I In what part of the State you want to build, you naturally
To close an estate 22 volumes of Ii[ prepared to serve the public with:( desire to purchase the BEST material at the LOWEST

Florida Reports and other law books everything in the feed line. He respectfully -i ; price, with the QUICKEST deliveries and the BEST
are offered at a very low price. Books : solicits a portion of your;, Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH i freight rates.

practically ne'!. List and price I trade. 6-27-lm \, I
sent on application to the undersigned. BARGAIN IX A PRESS | AND SALT MEATS I
Good opportunity for lawyer startingin I Acknowledging that they are Facts, then YOU
practice. Two revolution, seven-column quarto FISH AND GAME SHOULD PURCHASE YOUR MATERIAL FROM ME.

P. G. WALTON, Campbell press. Does Sentinel good, Orlando work.A Kept under the best sanitary conditions. JELK'S Macon Brick, Paving, Building, Fire and I
Address I
7.11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla. bargain. Rough Texture.
Fla. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
LEGG'S Fancy and Faced
GOT TO GO and Pressed Brick.BIBB'S .
ANNOUNCEMENTSHOP __ and pure. Sewer and Drain
For the next two weeks I will sell SERVICE-No charge for I' Pipe. I

for cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas, filling oil lamps, pumping tires with We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT.
pumkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans, air filtered of water and grease. I W.'i : everything in the Meat Line. "The standard by which all others are measured"

pickles, salmon, dressing, oysters, ma' Phillips & Sons, 2S East Pine street. : Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.
confections, butter and ex- .
pie syrup
tracts. No 5, Pine street. + Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices de
SHEPARD make in
T. J. Those desiring to changes livered to any part of the state.
-7.15 6t. their advertisements must have their

rTltHS -TO RUSSELS POINT copy in this office not later than noon M. Self & Co. Phones 207-208 i
of each day to insure publicationSentinel

to make trips to ___ _n_ i .
-Those wishing 18.20 PINE STREET Offices Salesroom what
advertisers are Orlando Trackage and Yardi
should see
or pleasure w W R Fuller
business boosters. Don't Hendrr and Knight Terminal -
prices. Prompt service guaran and Orange Phone No. 80 TAMPA FLORIDA
for C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fls forget'them when you have money to r

M Phone d. 360. 5-29 tf spend something in their line.. : i mini 11 H i H H i H M H m H Minimi M M M unit 4HilllllilllMimilMMIIiiMHMIIIIMMMIiniBUSINESS



yLouis I I

., " .. .- NEWS FROM FLORIDA ALL PARTS OF I Miiiiiiiminiiiim'.iiimmmmimmmm'.mv'

C. Massey, President
From twenty acres of sweet pota-

toes Kline Yarn of Fort Meade expects
WM 11wi CIIWIr
T. Pktoa Wtrlow. VkcJ'm.BowuJ L i
C Bibcock. Ant C-kkr Samuel A.Newell At GnUff to harvest 5,000 bushels.

Over 400 barrels of limes were ship-

THESTATE ped out of Miami last week. The prices

ranged from $9 to $11.

Quincy's Board of Trade, which had

BANK become almost dormant through lack

of interest, has been revived and now

has about seventy-five new and active -


of Orlando The St. Petersburg-police force reported -

at midnight Saturday night

that not a single arrest had been made
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during the week for drunkenness. 4 Per Cent Interest on $1,000

THE OLDIST BANK IN THE CITYAND This is considered a remarkable re- is


At a meeting held recently the
ill 250
commissioners of Lee years
county county
The Bank which transacts more business than
levied a tax of half a mill for publicity
Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Evansville, Ind., Oct. 27.
any purposes, making Lee county the first
Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the
in the State to levy a tax for this pur-
credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interestfor
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount to
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Four Jacksonville boys left yesterday -
morning on an automobile tour
with careful attention to the legiti
banking principles
of New York and Boston. The party

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis consists of Henry T. and Richard Dun,

reuected in the large amount of deposits. George Albertson and Charles Arnoly.
The trip will be made in a Cole road-
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 ster.

At a recent meeting of the Jasper

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur I Woman's Club, plans were discussed

for building a new club house. This

will not only receive the cooperationof

the Woman's Club, but will have
correspondent banks are located in part of
the help of some of Jasper's best busi-

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ness men. fl

United States.
The Daytona company of the Flor-

ida National Guard has been sent

\. IHIIMMM illlllllllMli home from camp at Black Point be- Let your money work for you in
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cause of understrength. Only twenty
officers and men went to camp insteadof
The Peoples National Bank"It
the required forty.-St. Augustine I
To the calamity howlers of whom Winetr Garden, July 15.The Boy Record. I

there are always a few sending up Scouts have returned from a few days' "
is a pleasure to serve YOu.
moans out of the bushes-we com- outing pleasantly spent fishing and I
According to figures issued by the I
mend these recent remarks from J. J. scouting around on Crooked lake. All
I State railroads, the shipment of cit- ;
Hill, the prominent railroad man: report a good time. iMMiliitlMMIHIi.
rus fruit from September 1 of last
"That half the people in Wall Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whipple have HMMMIttlMIMMM
year up to Thursday noon totaled 27-
Street do not know what they are as returned to Jacksonville after having ------ -- -
003 cars, or a total of 8,289,620 boxesof
blue as indigo about. spent a week here with Mr. and Mrs. tlllMtlMlliMMIIIIIIimMlltttttttlMIIIMMIMiMMMIitiHilttMtiMI Om
fruit. This exceeds all
previous records -
"That man who is selling 'short', W. P. Whipple.Mr. .
of citrus fruit in this State by
which means that he thinks thingsare W. H. Wright and family have
nearly 2,000,000 boxes, the highest
going to smash, is going to suffer returned to Sanford after a twoweeks'
shipment being in round figures, 21-, N. P. YOWELL
for it like the mischief. stay here with Mr. and Mrs.R. 000 cars.

"That such complications as we P. Wright.Mr. .

have had are troublesome, but fool- Austin Reese has returned to
Advices from Tampa tell of the
ish to think about, in view of the Scranton, Pa., after a few days spent
working of large of the
gangs men on
fact that we shall get ten billions of here with his uncle, George Smith.
extension of the Gulf Coast and Tam- :
new wealth out of the ground this Mr. Phillip Peter and sister, Miss
year. Emma, left Saturday on an auto ride pa railway. This line is being rapidly :
pushed and will extend to St. Petersburg
"That it is nonsence to supposethe to Tampa, where they will spend a -
and Indian Rock, by way of : M\ ARRIVALSWe
Government is bent on upsetting few da"s.Mr. .
Green Springs. The bond issue of :
things. W. L. Moore and Mr. Jack
$750,000 recently floated is being usedto
"That this is the time to keep a clear Minor, both prominent farmers of
bring this work to i
head, and not to get rattled." Ocoee, were in town Saturday.Miss completion.-
'imes-Union Short Talks.
"Cheer up, everybody. This is too Cora Joiner, who has just undergone -
have just received from the cream of the Eastern marketstwo
great a country to be scared by a an operation for appendicitis,

few changes in the tariff, a receiver- is reported to be improving rapidly.Mr. The many friends of Ed. J. Ivey will values in RA TINE and VOILE and
be glad to learn that he is rapidly improving special we are goingto
ship or two, or even the machinationsof : W. R. Phillips, who has spent ,

the money devil. As long as the several days with his daughter, Mrs.J. operation, having at the undergone Halcyon sanitariunin a serious offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the

farmers do not go on a strike or a cataclysm A. Davis, has returned to Orlando.Mr. .
of does thereis : S. T. Tampa, last week. Mr. Ivey travels -
nature not occur Willis and family have returned USUAL PRICE.
the West Coast for
absolutely nothing to halt the na from their visit to Williston.Mr. Swift & Co.,

tion's upward and forward march. II. H. Knight, who relieved Mr. out of Tampa and numbers of his

Willis during his absence, has returned friends by his acquaintances.

I'KOFITARLE GRASS to :Mascotte.Mr. -

I ti W. E. Speer, a former Orange The First Baptist church in Jacksonville 500 YARDS 1000 YARDS

Continued and quite exhaustive ex- county citizen now residing at Dania, W. A. Hobson, D. D., pastor,

periments by the Agricultural Department on the East Coast, is among the late celebrated its 75th anniversary Sun- ITALIAN STRIPE RATINE BEAUTIFUL STRIPE FRENCH VOILE
day. The service
and by scientific farmers, arrivals here. was given

to indicate that Rhoades' grass Miss :Mary Fowler is the guest of over to thirty voices with piano, organ -
seem and orchestra accompaniment. A Just what you need for travel In all colors; all the rage for
will solve the problem of a profitablehay :[ MieS Pauline Thompson for a weekin

crop for Florida. This grass was ,, Orlando. brief reminiscent address was given ing. You can't afford to miss afternoon and evening gowns.
( by Dr. Hobson, the
topic being, "In-
Cecil Rhoades in Quite a number of people
first cultivated by young:
I this to buy this
cidents of the Old opportunity
South Africa about eighteen years motored over to Wekiwa Springs I II II Days. Usually priced at 25 cents.

ago. It was first raised in the United I I Friday night and enjoyed a dance I I ---- I f latest novelty, usually sold for

States in 1903-04 and on account of The orchestra from Ellwood furnishedthe A movement has been started by Our PriceNOW
its extreme sensitiveness to frost, it music. Tampa's public bodies and businessmen : 50 cents. Our Price

is not adaptable to any section ex- Mr. R. X. Coxe and family returned in behalf of a municipally owned ,

cept Florida and the immediate gulf from Palm Springs Saturday, and operated belt line railway around I
coast. where they have spent several days the city which, it is claimed, has been 1 NOW Cents 1l

Two or three crops can be raisedin fishing, bathing and boating.Mr. needed for a long time, and will be j9 Per Yard Per Yard

a year and the yield is from 1161 I :: T. E. Tillis has returned to Lin- I the more needed as the estuary is : -

to 6 tons per acre, depending upon den after having served in the absenceof I opened to general use and as the busi- II I

conditions, soil and fertilizer. It is i i Mr. R. H. Coxe on the Atlantic ness of the city increases. This is not II

nutritious and palatable besides being ; Coast Line section gang. merely I for the purpose of relieving I,

comparatively easy of cultivation. ; Rev. C. A. Owens of DeLand is assisting principal business streets from con-

Australia raises it extensively and;- Rev. D. L. Blocker in a seriesof gested switching, but to promote bus- The above is only a part of the many new arrivals, which we

Florida farmers are already buying services at the First Baptist church. iness, lower fright rates and give an

quite large quantities of seed from Good crowds are attending.Mr. equal opportunity to all railroads desiring -! : will have on display. I

that island. : J. A. Stokeleyn and son Paul to enter the citIanatee: I I I II

Millions of acres of waste Florida, motored over from :Mount Dora Sat- River Journal.AT i I I

land may be made profitable by raising urday and spent the day: i ,

Rhoades' grass. !I Mrs. R. E. Waterman, who has been THE FAVORITE TODAY
f visiting in Jacksonville for the past N. '

COMING TO LUCERNK THEATRE two weeks, returned Saturday.Mr. 3 Reels 3

: J. T. Hardin and of "When
1 son Mount: Dolly Died" Powers-a child

Mr. Magruder did not understand Verde were in town Saturday shop- drama that touches.

after signing up for "Quo Vadis" how ping. "The Village Choir" Nestor-a The Big White Store

the Grand Theatre could have it. He | The company building the new ho- clever Nestor comedy. :

telegraphed to find out and here is the i tel here is offering $5 for a suitablename "An Imp Romance" Imp-a drama :] ,' 444+

answer: I for the hotel. The contest is with many thrills. I .MHMIMHMilMMf

J. B. Magruder Orlando, Fla.- open for all and will remain so for Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. 1--- ----

"Quo Vadis" announced at Grand I two weeks. I Admission five cents to all. ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY IIMMMMIMICMtMMttniHMIMIItlMMMimMII*

is imitation threereelur eight.reel Coming tomorrow! "Battle of Bull 11 East Pine street will take your
runs two hours, and playing all great FORMAL FRISCO PROBE ORDER Run," Civil War feature in three parts family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces I

big cities. Don't worry-the little and the greatest of all war features. 10 large and 10 small 'O7---

one will only help your business. Pub- Washington, July 16.-Formal or- No advance in prices. We have many customers who are
America StreetNEW
lic wants to see the big original. der for the investigation of the St. well pleased. Laundry called for and
COHAN & HARRIS. Louis and San Francisco Railroad receivership Lightning on Sunday struck the delivered. Phone 195. 7-9 tf lo i

IAdverti 2emt'nl) was issued today by the In- chimney to J. C. Collin's houst in TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch, ;

Its as easy to fall in love as to fall terstate Commerce Commission is in Eustis and knocked it entirely off. What has become of the old fashioned

out again. accordance with the recent Congres- Mr. Collins was knocked down and lightning rod peddler? Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light.

sional resolution directing such an in- his wife actually turned clear around. Apply SENTINEL OFFICEp I

If he doesn't talk s-ep he probablyhas quiry. No date was set for hearings, False modesty leads to false waysof

no shop to talk. which are to be held at various cities. Subscribe for the Sentinel living. 444+ MMIMIMMJ