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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 18, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando Progressive Center of the State

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 18TH, 1913. NUMBER 136.

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VISIT TilE SOUTHERN SECTION UYSTEKIOUS AND FIENDISH VISIT :jl BULGARIAN TORPEDO BOATS' WARDEN CLAXCOF SING SING FOR THE MATERIAL FOR ERECTINT. ', I
OF WEST VmGlXI.nOl G CONSIDERABLE *- YESTERDAY MORNING TO | PART OF DANUBE FLOTILLA, j SAYS FORMER STATE SENATOR I YOWELL DUCKWORTH SESSION CAREFULLY CONSIDERED -
DAMAGE NO HOME OF MRS. A. D. DUNCAN SUNK BY BULGARS TO PREVENT WILL BE GIVEN CLERICAL DREW BrILDI G-SpmITEn MANY IMPORTANT MAT.

LOSS OF LIFE REPORTED 318 S. BOULEVARD THEIR CAPTURE II POSITION IN BUREAU BIDDING BY OUTSIDERS TEns FOR ORLANDO'S GOOD

Special to the'SentinelWheeling Atlanta Ga., July 17.-Five mem- Special to the Sentinel New York, July 17.-With a cheering With the bids opened and awards With President Smith in the chair,
W. Va, July 17.The ersof the family of Mrs. A. D. Duncan 'I London, Eng., July 17.-Hemmed greeting and a smile, former State |i made last evening, the work for the : i the six associate Councilmen trans-
southern section of West Virginia : 318 South Bouleveard, were in on all sides by the forces of Greece,I Senator Stephen J. Stilwell, who was new Y ell-Duckworth-Drew block, I ;acted much business last evening.Mr. .
was visited this afternoon by a series hloroformed: as they slept, and a Servia and Roumania, Bulgaria is cueing sentenced to from four to ei htears' was all set in motion and the home i:i Jas. L. Giles was welcomed as
of cloud bursts and violent electric sixth, a young woman, was knocked for peace. Czar Ferdinand telegraphed I imprisonment for soliciting a bribe firms are surely to be congratulatedon the new member, his associates, Mes
storms, which has done considerable 1 unconscious by a blow from a blunt King George today that hewas from George II. Kendall, President of capturing all the prizes in this srs. Jackson, Gwynne, Holland, Sims
damage. The telephone operators at i i instrument some time after midnight ready to enter into negotiations the New York Bank Note Company contest, for the hustling outsider was I and Walker being present.
several points, flashed warnings to ;3 yesterday morning. for peace on any terms. At the same l I became at 2:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon much in evidence, though it proved I' The matter of purchase of brick
the people living in the valleys to flee Tracks were found about the res- time, Premier Malinoff, who succeeded ,, inmate No. 63595 of Sing to no avail."Dirt I for gutter work in Highland avenue
for their lives as the streams were j i idence, and the police, who were called Dr. Danefi, declared that the situation ;i Sing Prison. will begin to fly at once, say was referred to Street Committeewith
out of the banks and sending great there before 6 o'clock in the morning was hopeless unless the powers I A few minutes before he entered I I Ange & Bates, and the South Flor- ;, power to act.
volumes of water down upon the low i can find no motive for what they should interfere. i I the office of the prison register, Stil- ida Foundry will push along the iron W. A Slaughter, accompanied by-
lying country. believe was a visit to the residenceby Numerous losses are reported to I 'well halted Sheriff Harburger and work for their part of the construc- attorney, asked repeal of a clause in
The operators themselves were forc1 1' an unknown man or men. Mrs. have been inflicted upon the Bulgari-]1 Deputy Sheriff Frank P. Coakley in tion. (! present ordinance compelling con
ed to flee for their lives. All com- 'Duncan, however, is confident the visitors an forces yesterday when the Sera, t their march from the Ossining railroad Messrs. Ange & Bates, builders stant watching of workmen and the
munication with the devastated coun- ] came to rob the house. vians captured Julik mik. : ] station so that photographersmight have let the contract for brick for matter referred to the Committee in
try has been cut off. Miss Pearl Hilderbrand, a steno- I Two Bulgarian torpedo boats, partji j ] obtain better pictures of him. the Yowell-Duckworth building to the charge of plumbing matters with instructions
There has been no reports of loss grapher, at the Cable Piano Company, of the Danube Flotilla, were sunk by!II! "I want to give them a chance," Baker & Holmes Company, of Jack- to report at the next meet
of life this far. and daughter of Mrs. Duncan, was the Bulgars to prevent their capture :I Stilwell said. "Every man should sonville. Mr. Green F. Cannon, the ing.On
sleeping in the room with her sister, by the Roumanians. '1 have a chance, and 'I hope some dayI big gun and State salesman at large, motion of Alderman Sims, the
ORLANDO POLO CENTER NEXT Mrs. Ruby Deal. While three allies are devoting their I I 1 will have mine." I: for that firm, concluding matters per- Plumbing Inspector was ordered to
WINTERWe Miss Hilderbrand was the first of : attention to Bulgaria, the Turkish Stilwell began his journey "up the taining to this deal here yesterday.The look after at once the condition at
the family to awake, and her first forces are rapidly advancing upon t i river" with Harburger and the deputyat brick to be used is a beautiful two of the city watering troughs.A .
print below a letter confirmingthe conscious thought, according to reports Adrianople, with the evident hope olj I 11:45. The Sheriff entered Stil- buff article, called the Shawnee, and lively discussion was precipitatedover
heading of this article. Orlandois were that her hair was matted recapturing the lost stronghold, while : well's cell in the Tombs and read to is made in Ohio. It is the highest a stretch of Concord avenue side
to be congratulated. This is an with blood and that blood was cakedon the allies were quarreling over the I him the order of commitment. Thenhe grade of pressed brick made, and will walk, which is four or five inches below
event not alone for those who love her face. spoils. I told Coakley to handcuff the for. be shown to its best advantage by the grade.
the game of polo, but it is worth muchto Then she noticed the odor of chloro- Having occupied Lule Burgess yes- mer Senator. black mortar to be used in laying it. City Engineer Ramsey denied he
the city. Just such gatheringsmean form in the room, and with some dif- terday, the Turks today were reported I, "Have you your gun?" Harburger I had ever 0. K'd. the job, and the
sometimes, more for a com- ficulty aroused her sister. pushing toward Kirk Kilissep : asked Coakley, when ready to leave THE MEXICAN SITUATIONSpecial Street Commissioner, Mr. Bennett was
munity like Orlando, than what some Going through the house the two which commands Adrianople on the the Tombs. The deputy replied he ruthlessly summoned from his home,
one disposed to call solid business. young women found the odor of chlo- northwest. .was armed. The Sheriff had his au to The Sentinel and dreamland to confirm or otherwise -
What the city needs is those things roform in every room, and the occupants I I tomatic pistol in an inside pocket of I Washington, July 17.-Although 1 certain statements made by com-
that draw people and such people as when aroused with difficulty, POISONS AGED WOMANSan his coat. the conditions in Mexico City are such 1 plaining witnesses present, but his
play, and are interested in polo. When seemed in a stupor. I Coakley put Stilwell into the prisonvan that the city is deescribed as sitting testimony was mostly "otherwise."
they come here and see this country, Besides Mrs. Duncan and ber two Jose, Cal. July 17.-After feeding and Harburger climbed to the! on a volcano, the United States wont On motion of Mr. Giles, matter was
will speak for itself, and these people daughters, the other victims of the I Mrs. Olive J. Smith, 86 years of ..driver's seat. At the entrance to Po.I intervene physically. The policy of sent to the Street Committee to reportat
will talk Orlando far and near. chloroform fiend were Earl Hilder- age, a drug for 72 hours and writing I lice Headquarters Harburger unlocked j II. the administration is to make Mexico the next meeting.
The Orlando team is made up of brand, aged 19 years, and Ernest Hil- down the story of her lingering death, I the van's door and took Stilwell into j when it gets a stable government, pay President Smith objected to the or-<
James Magruder, M. J. Daetwyler, derbrand, aged 18 years. Stephen Mastick, a tuberculosis invalid I I the Bureau of Criminal Identification financial indemnity for the lives sacrificed dering of any more sidewalks down
Louis Neilson, Allen Pirie, G. P. Judd, The two young men were aroused,I threw himself into the shallow I I where his finger prints, Bertillor: or losses sustained by American until a better obediance to former-
James Laughlin, third, W. P. Gwynne. with more .difficulty. than were the la-. ; lake Montery.. The body of the !I measurements and Rogues' Gallery citizens. orders along that line was in evidence.On .
These gentlemen are not alone to be dies and 'it is believed that an- unusual ; voman was found yesterday and ]pictures were taken. I II. The administration is prevented by motion of Mr. Giles, the matterof
congratulated on winning The Polo amount of the drug was held I searchers,( later discovered Mastick's i, Soon after 12 o'clock Stilwell was .I.I its conception of international law for a bond issue by the city for $100-
Association Cup of the Southern Cir- aver their faces as they were sleeping corpse: in the lake. .again locked in the van which then I e depredations: oppressions and injuriesis 000 for brick paving of the streets
cuit, but also on being the means of I I!I Letters signed by the pair said that started for Grand Central Station. A j that Mexico shall be held responsible was carried and the election to decide-
making Orlando the center for polo in While Miss Pearl Hilderbrand had hey had arranged the suicide pact II crowd at Headquarters jeered the former I for civilly in damages.The such matter ordered to be held AuI' -
the South. 1 been struck two severe blows over md told of a celebration of their intentions State Senator."I attitude of the administrationas : gust, 19th, 1913.
July 17, 1913. 1 the head with a blunt instrument, her ; in Montery last Friday, when !: get you, Steve," yelled a street I : shown above will be the position The matter of a city park or parks
"The Polo Association Club of the injuries are not serious, and Mrsn hey; had ice cream, pie and milk. urchin.At I.which the United States will assume was taken up, and after much dis-
Southern Circuit has been awardedto Duncan supposes her daughter stirred The woman had been supporting i! 12:45 o'clock the prison van when they reply to the representation cussion, a levy of one mill was voted
the Orlando Polo Club to be played :as the chloroform was being administered -, Mastick] on a $12 monthly pension for I drew up in front of the taxicab entrance -I 1 i of foreign powers which have ( for park purposes.A .
and that the marauder, fearing > ,several months. Mastick 29 '! the been sent to this government.
for on the Orlando Field next win- was years 1 to Grand Central. Sheriff communication from the Boardd
ter. The Southern Polo Circuit comprises discovery, knocked her unconscious. 'i ;old.: l I, ]Harburger, gripping his automatic Inquiries as to what the of Trade was read commending the
the following clubs: The Cam- Although she suffered from an intense I pistol in his pocket, called to a police- States will do in case the >previous action of the Council in accepting -
headache, when she was awak- } THE FIRST AERIAL FERRY I take a hand in Mexico, because of inaction -
den Polo Club, of Camden, S. C.; The ment to clear a way through the Mr. Sperry's donations.
ened, Mrs. Deal declares that she does : I of this country, the reply came,
New Orleans Polo Club, of New Or- crowd. Mr. Giles thought fund used fort
not remember any unusual occurrence I Special to The Sentinel that the question needn't be met
leans, La.; The Aiken Polo Club, of park purposes and improvementsshould
Aikn, S. C.; The Fauquier County during the evening, the presumption i San Francisco, Cal., July 17.-The FACTORS PLAN BIG COMBINATION I ")'et." be somewhat equally distributed
being that she was the first to be chlo-1 i :first aerial ferry in the world will be II
Polo Club of Warrenton Va. The
. ; in different sections of the city and
Washington Polo Club, of Washington roformed. j i i in operation between San Franciscoand i MIMIC BATTLE TO TEACH BOYS: also favored disposition of a portionof
D. C.; and the Military Polo While Mrs. Ducan asserts that she :|I : Oakland in September. Permission I Savannah, Ga., July .-There was I ARMY TACTICS it at most convenient point for a..
in the South." is confident that the chloroformers : having been officially granted to- :': held in Savannah
teams I yesterday a meeting I park grounds for exclusive use of the
were bent on robbery, an investiga-I ,day by the Harbor Commission toi I Gettysburg, Pa., July 17.-The College '1
This is a big thing for Orlando in I lof the most representative naval colored population. Mr. Giles statede
as much that if all clubs should com- tion developed that nothing in the I John L. Lekas to construct a dock for I! stores factorage houses in the South I and University students, som that he stood ready to donate $50Q
pete as is probable, there will be six house has been disturbed and nothing his hydroplane. :': for the purpose of forming a big hold from Southern States, who are hepfor e and Col. Watkins, a like amount for
teams here at one time independentof is missing.Evidetly. I. I iI i ing company to protect the price of1(! a six week's training in army tactics improvements about Lake Lucerne.
the Military teams. Six polo teams the chloroform fiends en- SOARS TO 113 DEGREES. !i II naval stores in this city. It is proposed -, under Major McRae, and a doze It was believed the city would ex-
tered the house window of the I I
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represent 30 or 40 players together a : to put about a million dollars I army officers, participated in theiifirst r pect a thousand dollar donation at
with their associates and about one room occupied by Miss Hilderbrand I" Kansas City, July .-Excessive { into the company with the idea of field maneuvers, yesterday, whe least by interested property holdersf
hundred polo ponies. and Mrs. Deal. The tracks led all of, heat of yesterday when the thermometer -:| holding spirits and rosins to keep the the first day's fight of the battle ,: about Lake Eola.
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The Polo Club is proud of its suc- the way around the house and to the reached 113 at one Kansas point I market from going up or down in a Gettysburg was reproduced on a smalscale ]II' The one mill levy voted above-
cess in securing this cup which should window, which the young ladies had I and was above 100 at many places I I spasmodic way. The company will ) in mimic warfare. The studentwere :s means $5,000 for park purposes.
left It the window
much to Orlando and they open. was only in Western Missouri continued divided into opposing advanciguards e James
mean .. unabated I I probably succeed as the biggest naval I Burden addressed the Counf -
therefore, ask the hearty cooperationof open on the ground floor, and there throughout the two states to- I I' stores people in the state are inter- and fired round after round cil in behalf of an appropriation by
the townspeople in making the was no evidence of any attempt to day. I! ested in the plan.SECRETARY blank cartridges.A the city monies for maintenance of
break into a window or a door.
progressive scheme of militan
event a success. :'I the Orlando Concert Band, its leader,
The call officers who were sent to OF WAR IN ATLANTA instruction is being followed with th BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG men having already con-
investigate the strange occurrence, students who the closof
are nearing REMARKABLE OPERATION LEAGUES liberally. The band now
called the detective department to their second week here.
numbering thirty-five members will
take charge of the case, and Detective ,
Special to The Sentinel Special to The Sentinel Atlanta, Ga., July .-Secretary of give the city excellent returns for the
Eugene Coker is making an investiga
Los Angeles, Cal., July 17.-Dr. AmericanBostonDetroit War Lindley M. Garrison reached At- GERMANY DENIES DEMAND investment in free street and park '
Stuart Hutchinson and Dr. T. M. Wil- tion.The I wet grounds. lanta early today, making the first concerts. Council voted $50 a monthe
liams today performed the most remarkable of the detectives failure of the are mystified marauder because to ran- i Cleveland, 1; New York, 7. stop in his tour of inspection of army f Berlin, July 17.-The foreign to the organization to be paid so long
caesarian operation on rec- sack the residence. Chicago, 5; Philadelphia, 2. I posts in the United States. The Major denied today that Germany had demanded !- a sthey fully keep up to their promise
ord. Mrs. C. A. Casey, wife of a National j I tary's party, which includes I that the United States government r- in the matter.n .
bank teller, was taken to the operat- NEGRO IS CAPTURED Brooklyn, 3; Pittsburg, 4. !i General Leonard Wood, chief of staff i protect foreign: interests i At eleven o'clock the sweltering
ing mom of a local hospital suffering j I'I New oYrk, 2; St. Louis, 4; second I j of the army, was escorted to Fort McPherson Mexico. Germany has not taken an y City Fathers adjourned
from convulsions. Surgeons immediately Charleston, W. Va., July 17.While game, 3 and 2. for an informal inspectionof diplomatic action whatever at Wash 1- _
began caesarian operations to, a heavily armed party of men were Boston, 4; Chicago, 2; second game,I the post. The party will proceed i iI ington. The foreign office is not awar'e REBELS KILL MAIL CARRIERan
save at least the life of the child. searching the outer portion of the city 1 and 6.Philadelphia. to Chattanooga from here. whether Count Bernstorif, the -
During the progress of the opera- for Campbell Clark, a negro charged : 4; Cincinnati, 2, sec- I I Ambassador to the United States, h as Deming, N. M., July 17.-Word has
tion, the mother's heart stopped beating with attempting to assault a young ond game, 2 and 9.Southern. One of our lady subscribers vowed privately discussed the Mexican sil l- reached here by courier of the murder
and she was pronounced dead. The white woman, the negro was arrested that she would teach her husband to i uation with Secretary of State Bryai tI, ':by Mexican rebels near Columbus, or
successfully brought alive in the heart of the city last night. He ;, Memphes, 3 Chattanooga 0. but if he has the Mexican
child was ; I pick up things. So she let everything the discussion was of border, of the United
into the world then began the battleto was locked in the county jail. A New Orleans, 6; Atlanta, 5. lay just where he dropped it and at a wholly unofficial character. States mail carrier operating between
restore life to the mother. : crowd that surrounded the jail was I Mobile, 0; Birmingham, 0, called at the end of the week she called us into II Coulmbus and Deming. The carrierwas
Pressing upon her diaphragm quickly dispersed with and the prisoner end of 6th, rain. see the room. Everything he had: CRACKSMEN GET JEWELS shot from his horse. Several
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through the incision in the abdomnal !!'I put under guard. | Nashville Montgomery, groundsiwet ; I was on the floor but his plug of to- pouches were stolen by the rebels and
cavity, the surgeons animated the NAVAL COMMANDER IS COM. I : I bacco. New York, July 17.-Cracksmen ecarried'< across the line into Mexico.
man's heart After three hours' work'i,!' MENDED I South Atlantic cured jewelry valued at between $2 0,- It is said a large sum of money being
the heart responded to the transfusion Charleston, 1; Savannah, 0. WEATHER REPORT 000 and $30,000 early today by bloing transmitted from a Columbus bank to
of saline solutions. Artificial res'i. Washington, July 17.-Charles 0. ;, Jacksonville, 4; Columbus, 2. a safe in the establishment I piration and oxygen were further Tilton, commander of the navy collier i j Albany, 9; Macon, 0. Local thunder showers Friday and Rosenberg & Daniel, a jewelry su] The name of the slain mail carrier-
used to aid nature and surgeons. Un.. Neptune, has been commended by :. CarolinaGreensboro probably Saturday. ply house. A large safe containira could not be learned.els .
less unforseen complications set in:,, Secretary Daniels for the able mannerin j 2; Winston-Salem, 1; more valuable collection of '
both will live, declare the surgeons. which he handled his vessel in goingto j second game, 1 to 9. Young Things talk a great deal withstood an attempt to open it. Tl he See Boyd & St Clair in their thril-
and from the dock at Tortugas,t Asheville, 9 ;Durham, 8. without saying anything, but you notice place robbed is on Grand street, on ly ling railroad sketch of the 11:40 Ex-
Have your cards engraved and b \ up-to-date. Curtis & O'Neal. barge which had broken adrift. 'game, 2 to 1. ters. : to four reels of pictures.THE .





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Rev. D. L. Palmer conducted ser- GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA
vices in the Baptist church last Sunday W. M. SLEMONS

large morning attendence.and evening to quite a

)Ir. and Mrs. George Wofford with Regular DownpourOF
their daughter Clifford, returned MonDay -

frhere night they, from have Nashville been visiting Tennesee their Where Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

Daughter Mrs. Miller.

We are sorry to hear that Mr. William BARGAINSANY
Ball and Mr. Jessie Fulford are HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"

going to leave the last of the week.5Ve Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
understand that Mr. Ben Over-
meet of Lake Mary, is to take their r Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are

place in the store here. R known all over the country as one of the best makes,
Mr. C. W. Wilsey with his wife and y SUIT IN I STOCK
!lrE. Winter of Orlando, spent Sunday I We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $:;.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $.1.00

with his parents. I We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.

Mrs. J. R. Jones has been quite ill I We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00

the past week, She is under the care $11.00 f Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

cf Dr. Beardall of Orlando. We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
Mrs. Granville Varnes and children
$1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.
lire with us again. She is staying with
I Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and .
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Matthews REGULAR PRICES $23.00, $22.50, : $3.50.
during her husband's absence. Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
The Overstreet Crate Mill having I $18.00 AND $13.00.: SEE CIRCULARS TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU. .

started, is bringing new arrivals in: FOR PRICES ON OTHER ;
search of work. i
We are having:; some warm weather GOODS ;

but hope for some rain soon. W. M. SLEMONS

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Mrs. D. B. Sphaler who is confined Men's and Boys' Outfitters REALTY&SBEDCO. FORPRODUCES

in Dr. McE\\an's hospital at Orlando I FOR REAL ESTATEThais I [
is improving. Garden Truck
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Orlando, Florida
COOLING )Ir. and Mrs. D. B. Sphaler and son, Miss Francis Nekin spent last Fri RESULTS

Alden, and Mr. Ed. Kenlaw were vis- day and Saturday in Winter Park the
REVIVING tors in Orlando last Saturday.Mrs. guest of Mrs. Chris Holdorf. I Doe NOT Bum

A. L. Wright is located in
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Wright, of Orlando spent Sundaj

here. the guest company Thursday at Kissimmee of our was popular the THE[ OAKlANDI FRANK HYRESArtificial
Mayor Bristol was a business caller!
in Orlondo Monday.Mrs. agent, Mr. Ed Kenlaw.Mr .

V J. E. Tracy was shopping in George Berry who has been deal-I

Orlando last Saturday. Mr. Tracy ac- ing extensively in the tie business in I CAR Stone
':companied her home after spendingthe -this city, is now residing in Pine Cas-
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The top notch of soda quality-I ho:is-b. their daughters home in Ohio that TALKING Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Holdorf, of they have both been in very poor Foundations, all styles of Concrete
erred from the best up-to-date fountains I
-I Winter Park were here Sunday, the health all summer and expect to re. ABOUTASK Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof
of Mr. and Mrs. Bowman. turn Taft .
[guests to very soon.tl6IIMMMItlllMMMMIMIMMMIHtttMMMIt
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The Second Week of the Semi-Arnual Pre-Inventory Sale of Dry Goods, Boots ar d Shoes, etc., e:c., will begin
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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, join 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. ;




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UNDERWEARMoney 4HMMMMMMMMMMH KMIIIIMHIIIIIIIIMM Waists and BlousesIn

Savers Ginghams, Chambrays and Percale, fine colors and
effects, all sizes.
MUSLIN NIGHT ROBES-in Slip Over Style-neatly EXTRA SPECIALS .
Regular Values, 29c, 39c, 50c. Sale Price, 25c, 35c, 43c.
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, .
; 38c $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.
PetticoatsMade Spots, Stripes, Checks and Diagonal Goods, are all of thisseason's Regular Price, $1.00. Sale Price, 89c.
selling and eminently suitable fpr Children's and
and Misses' Dresses.
with deep flounces of Embroidery in a varietyof
dainty patterns. Dust Ruffle, all sizes. Regular Proces, 15c, 20c, 25c, up to 35c, yard. While What About Those House Dresses? $

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


Combination Suits, Corset Covers and That "Eiffel" Hose is Worth Wearing! j Plaids, Checks Cotton, Stripes Dress, Also and Dotted Waist Goods Swiss and in Crossbar Crepes. xY v

Regular 15c, 19c, 25c Values. Sale Price, 12 Yr c.
DrawersCovers White Lineen, White Linen,
White Ratine, White
1200 Yards of Genuine Imported Swiss Muslins in exceedingly -
Flaxon, White
handsome Embroidered Coin and Longcloth.
Spots Spots
with Ruffle trimmed with lace insertion. Drawers finished Floral Effects and Designs in Colors on White Grounds.A Regular Values, lOc, 12'/;c, 15c, 18c, 20c, 25c, 35c.
with lace.
edged Dainty Fabric for a Dainty Wearer. Sale Price, 8c, lOc, 12i/2c, 15c, 16c, 20c, 29c.
Suits, Regular Values 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Sale Price,
20c, 43c, 63c, 89c. Regular Value, 35c, yardi Q
Corset Covers, Regular Values, 40c, 50c, 75c, Sale While they last, /c. yd Did You Get That Kimona?
Price, 33c, 43c, 63c. ,
Drawers, Regular Values, 35c, 50c, 75c, Sale Price, 29c,
43c, 65c. "Queen Quality" or Sorosis ? Boy's ClothingPlay

Suits in many fabrics and colors. Styles-Sailoj
Buster and Romper effects.
Are the Boys and Girls Outfitted Yet ? BOOTS AND SHOESEXTRA Regular Values, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale Price,"
45c, 65c, 89c, 98c, 120. .
SPECIALSThe

CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES 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 is perfect.A Including some of the dantiest and the most becomingof
fit for all ages from two years to fourteen Reg. Values, $3.00 I 981 Reg. Values, $3.50 2 the Season's Fashionable Models. Parisian taste modi-
years. 35
and $4.00 for ____ i to $6.00, for ____ fied to American ideas.
Regular Values, 59c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. Sale
Value,
Price, -Joe, 55c, 63c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.20. Regular to $10.00------------/3$4.50 qqi/ PER MARKED CENT PRICES OFF


T THAT T SEPARATE[r SKIRT ?
Are you sure you haven't forgotten Remember, This is the last weekof

something ? this Money-Saving Sale.

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BEAR IN MIND THAT YOU HAVE ONLY TWO IORE DAYS TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EXTRAORDINARY VALUE GIVING SALE. six DAYS WILL ; ;

SOON PASS AND THEN IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN FULL ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY MONEY SAVING ITEMS, A FEW OF ; ;

WHICH WE ENUMERATE ABOVE, THE FAULT IS NOT OURS. YOUR NEIGHBORS AND OTHERS WILL NOT LET YOU FORGET WHAT YOU HAVE MISSED. DON'T GIVE f
THEM THE OPPORTUNITY OF REMINDING YOU.


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I The Daily I SECRETARY OF STATE AND THE and yet they are living useful and sary for the President to deliver an- MIMMMMMIimiMM MiiiiiiiiiiniiH
South Florida Sentinel I Iv GARDNER full lives, it looks like money shouldnot ether message before Congress urg- ,
; ( cut such a figure as it does. ing still more emphatically his wishes I
MORNING AND WEEKLY What is the difference between the Therefore, we say that this looks in this matter.It .

r -Entered at the poet office At Orlando, two, in the matter of their obligationsas more like a question of taste, on the does seem a pity, if the tariff Tile Product t 01 I Exerelloe!
n : florid u Second Class Mail Matter. laborers? Of course, everyone part of Mr. Bryan and, for our part, and the currency are so knit togetheras
SUBSCRIPTION RATES knows there is a vast difference in we do wish that the Secretary of that the effect of one is dependentupon I
1 the character of work that engages State could manage to get along on the other, that the Democrats I
r THE DAILY SENTINEL each, but it would be very hard to his limited salary for at least the cannot enact simultaneously such :
One Year $5.00 say which one life was more dependent time that he shall be in office and stay legislation, since the tariff is the distinctive :

Six Months ............ ,..... 2.50 upon. off the lecture platform. thing to which the country is :
Three Months. ... ............ 1.25 Therefore, we are displeased to look o looking in anticipation of its effect, Ion
upon both of them as doing essential SHALL THE GOVERNMENT GO IN- the general business of the country. :
By news carrier in Orlando. 50 cent per work that is mighty close kin, thoughone THE STEEL BUSINESS Everyone has felt that soon-
,Month. Daily and Sunday. is commonly accepted to be at er or later, the American U

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found one end and the other at another end Secretary Daniels has proposed, in people had to seriously consider the :
'a tale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal'i Book in the scale of attainment.The tariff and face the consequence of I
all seriousness that the
'flore, and Wright Brothers.We governmentbuild
'- general discussion about Mr. its own plant and manufactureits tariff legislation. This issue has fall- .
will appreciate prompt complaint if Bryan and his lecture engage steel The en to the Democrats and it is all important :
4dhcn is not promptly made by our carriers. own armor. Secretaryhas
t ments, it seems to us, would be sim- that congress should enact, it '
figured out that the plant would
be
Mrtwin; rates will furnished on ap- if would down to whatis :
plified we get and that the matters not how long it will take
cost $8,466,000, govern-
r tlkation. basic in the rights of any kind of such legislation as will give the country I
with could
ment such a plant save
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL an employee. The gardner is engagedfor confidence in the Democratic :
.....,... $140 a ton on all the steel armor man-
'For by mail, postage paid. ".00
year hours for
so so dol in handling itself in the I
many many
party presenceof
ufactured; that interest could be paid The Classiest of all RoadstersAbsolutelyWell
.Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida.
lars. No one cares what the gardner great measures, and in enacting :
the cost of the plant and the ,
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building on yet
Phone 24 does with his time, when not engaged, government would save $1,961,360 a such legislation that shall be for the : Built...Easy Riding and ComfortableSo -
provided he puts in full time and does good of all the people. :
year, and that this saving would
JOSIAH FERRIS, ProprietorJ. good work, as a gardner. No one amount to enough for the paying for o -. Stylish and Well Finished

F. SCHUMAN, Editor I ought to care if the Secretary of State the plant and the interest on the mon Prof. Hathaway is not as good at that Owners of
attends to the duties of the nation : Nigh Priced
he has been ,
plums
19is"All ey, in the construction of the two battleships picking as reported -
FRIDAY, JULY 18TH, satisfactorily, putting in the requisite that have already been sched- to be. Anyway be did not land : Cars are Proud to use the
amount of time for so doing, and then I uled to be built for the government. that clerkship for the U. S. Court at |:
mankind loves a cheerful loser. lectures writes books does : "LITTLE
or or FOUR"for
any One of the most notable revelations Jacksonville to succeed E. 0. Locke.
-0President -- other thing becoming the dignity of I of this statement, by the Secre- Judge Call has appointed Eugene D.I t!
Wilson isn't afraid of dog their Run-
so high an official.
'tary, is the enormous extortion that Dodge to the position and on January1st 1
in Washin Atlanta Jour
days The late Judge Brewer, of the Supreme has been going on in all transactions 1914, he will assume the duties : about Work
nal. Bench, made many dollars and between the steel corporations and of the office. In the meantime, Prof. ;[
o j took much time in editing some the United States government. It Hathaway can keep busy trying for I
Some born with a small '
men are mighty poor collections of orations fora also shows that the dividing of the the Jacksonville post office, which he' :: .
income; some achieve a small income; publishing firm, which were sold steel interests of the United States j is said to have a hankering after.

and some, like the great Secretary of: largely in this country. No one ever Steel Corporation into three separate, Personally ,we doubt if a man who;

,State, have a small one thrust upon accused him of failing to perform his I. so-called corporations ,in no sense ef- j has lived in Jacksonville only a few ,

.them. o duties on the Bench. fected the dealings with the govern years, can get the Jacksonville I.I IY1\ r PHILLIPS & SONS O

One hundred and thirteen above at It seems to us, that the question is! ment. Each separate corporation post office. Senator Fletcher and
one more of expediency than of right.i seems to have made out its bid. Claude and the rest of them have a
Clay City, Missouri, yesterday, this
Mr. Bryan is a man of such sense as stepped around the corner, called its different way of doing things. !'
town having the distinction of being 26 EAST PINE ST.WEDDING .
to know whether he ought or oughtnot I competitor, showed the figures, winked o I
the hottest place in the United States
to undertake to do while and when all I Subscribe for the Sentinel. !
the bid the
sealed
anything,
for that day. They ought to move to I up I II.et.I..I..D. . . . " " ,..
serving the government, not clearly I bids reached the government author-
Clay Springs, Orange county! Florida! ,
within his rights. But great men often ities they were found to be the same. --
and learn the luxury of real summer7tsort .
climate. times have to renounce what is These frauds ought to be stopped.We .
o clearly within their rights for the sakeof do not know whether the government -
expediency, which has brought: to in the
' We have been paying quite strict ought go armor
about the paradox, that in one sense, plate business or not, but we do know GIFTS
attention, and up to the present mo- -
ment, we have failed to notice any- no man has a right to all his rights. that in some way the government a -

thing or anybody that President Wilson The question of living is very momentous ought to protect itself against fraud
does seem to be afraid of. Any- the salary paid the Attorney and we hope that Secretary Daniels'

way, he is not seemingly alarmed by General looks mighty big to a man thorough going into the matter and
that spectre "precedent" that haunts in a garden, but in reality it is a the accurate information that he has

the lives of so many statesmen and mere pittance, as things go in our given the public, will be the means The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass, .
day. It is a fact that men occupying of checking it in a great measure,
politicians at Washington.This Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal
o positions, similar to the one occupiedby if it does not result in the government store

is the time of year for vaca- Mr. Bryan, in other governments, building its own men of war. for the wedding-gift seeker.

tions, but it takes so much time and receive sufficient money to enable o

effort to record the vacation of others, them to live free from the necessitiesof TilE CURRENCY BILL. These things are so varied in style and price as to give
that the average editor finds it impossible engaging in other toil and like-
to get the relaxation that wise enables them to make such an The president has insisted all along almost limitless choice.

comes to the rest of mankind. About appearance as is becoming the officialsof that the tariff and currency have beenso
the only comfort he gets is to steala great governments. interlocked, under republican rule, From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a

few moments occasionally and sing Everyone who knows Mr. Bryan's that it is necessary for both measuresto dollar and upward.
"In the Sweet Bye and Bye" and "Oh, disposition and habits, as well as thoseof be handled simultaneously. He
Think of the Home Over There." his family, know that there is noth- has insisted that the new tariff law
i The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in case
o ing of the vulgar display and reckless could not be made effective unless the every

The silhouette gown is said to be lash in the use of money so prevalentin i banking laws of this country were the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
|he rage in Paris and is coming tohe the loud and vulgar society. of partsof I, changed along with it.
United States. Many silhouettes America today. j It is much to be regretted that the tained.

are now worn in St. Peters- We had hoped, however, that Pres- Senate seems not disposed to enact
and other southern cities. If ident Wilson and Secretary Bryan I I II a currency bill at this called session. Your most critical inspection is invited.

lon't believe it get some youngin ould not only give this country a The summer is advancing and Senator ,
white between you and the great administration, but that inci Simmon$ thinks the tariff bill will not
|They say, however, that the dentally they and their families would be through with before September,
ge of the new silhouette gown give pause to the insane extrava- I and thinks the currency bill would precipitate -
he sun is not needed.-St. Pe- gance in the spending of money for i a long and heated debate and
Trg Independent.o living. When we consider that, after I I that therefore the measure will go
o all, the best life in America is the j over until the regular session of Con- T. H. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
perfect system of governmenthas life lived by men who are influencing I gress. ,
ever been found. No faultless thought, who are making President Wilson is both magnetic

system of taxation has yet been in- who are training youth, and oPinions'j and persuasive and it may be that he I
stituted. No unerring code of law has who are receiving )' : will be able, through personal con- POST OFFICE

ever been promulgated and no absolutely $1500? to $5,000 in salary, many of I tact with members of the Senate, to I
perfect form of municipal government them are professors in our colleges' enlist enough of its members to his j EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.Clean .

has been discovered. But and universities, and many of them I way of thinking for this measure to ;
from the actual results known and acknowledged never appear in conspicuous places, be put through. Or it may be neces-
the commission form of ; i
government seems to be much more -- ,
econonlical and resultful than the
council or aldermanic form. This is iI i iI I
not merely a statement of a theory I

but is a well proven o fact. i I Sweep Sale


A building permit has been granted
in Jacksonville for another four-

story, forty thousand dollar hotel. It


will hotels operation in Jacksonville.belong, which and to it others the is One Flagler proposed will is be already System built to erect until of in I SPECIALOne Bellllillg[i i [ mr J, Jlm


the system can accommodate one i I

thousand guests a day. The one about i 1912 I''
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to be built will stand on the north Special Continuing Through July 13Free
east corner of Monroe and Davis I
st-eets. About one big new hotel a I Iro' i Fully Equipped
nth is Jacksonville's batting average :

for the past year- or two.o Two Passenger !I !T GIVEN AWAY Free T

How much we enjoy seeing the I I

United States working Senators during and the Representatives summer-I Runabout I II I To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will

months, and why shouldnt they be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky
work? As soon as a man gets to $300.00
Washington he becomes so delicate I I II three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
that a large part of the time he is I i
supposed to spend in the people's in- I selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store. I

terest must be spent at summer resorts -

lounging about with a palm i YOURS FOR BUSINESS
leaf fan.. Most of us do not find it

necessary to take the summer off,
even though we might like to do it. II I II
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We are proud to say that the men i Marion B. Ives
whom Florida sends to Tallahassee = 1
and Washington do not find it a hard-

ship to work as many hours in the ''
day for the people as they would I San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

work for themselves. It is a comfort

to know that Uncle Sam provides good] ; Floor I

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FORMER ORLANDO GIRL IS ENTERTAINED -! MASONIC PICNIC WAS A BIG ONE ORLANDO IN JULY 1888J. MCMMHMtfr ;;
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Lake Gatlin was the scene yester- 0. Fries is working hard on his :

THE TUNER Lucile Atkisson, formerly of day of as fine gathering of healthful map of Orange county and will soon DONAC ClAM BOUillON

ORLANDO.FLA.Ir. Orlando, has been delightfully enter- folks as could be found anywhere. have it ready for publication.Last 4

J tained in Atlanta for the past weekor Men, women and children made the

more, and a charming picture of crowd. week Capt. B. M. Sims and Will give you strength _

her sweet face appeared in a recent The affair was given by the Masons, wife, of Ocoee, had their lives insuredfor
B. M. Smith, Jr., of Charleston, edition of the Atlanta Constitution.She and that in itself insured that every $10,000 each, through the agencyof Just the food for weak stomachs I

S. C., is spending today in Orlando. was the guest of her cousin, Miss thing would be of a high order. Such White and Guernsey.We .

Helen Atkisson, a popular society organizations of men means characterand -
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Laubach return- I bud. This week Miss Lucile will makeup character means stability, and regret to 1 learn of the serious I

ed home last evening from their out- i one of the house party given by safety and gladness, wherever it ex- illness of B. T. Kuhl, the candy man. IT'S PURE FOOD t

ing at the seashore.Mr. I Miss Mizelle, at Woodbine, Ga. ercises its influence. His business is being well cared for Because
manufactured by Cohoon Bros.
The following account of a party Automobiles were at the CourtHouse by Kirby Smith and Will Bartlett. J

and Mrs. Jack Bird returned given for Miss Lucile is from the I at 2 o'clock for taking the peo- Patronize Home Industry

home last night from a ten-day's vis- Atlanta Constitution: ple out, and the mingling commenced Next Tuesday evening there is to r

it to relatives in Georgia. "Miss Theodora Tileen Warfield there. Those who owned machines be an Old Folks' Concert for the ben- t;

entertained at a tennis and swim- made those who did not own any, to efit of the Methodist church. Miss i

Mr. R. W. Willsey and his sister, ming party Friday at the Capital City feel like they did, in the generous way May Fleming has charge of the music. FLOWERS and PLANTSWe I

Miss Mabel, of Lockhart, spent yes- Country Club, in compliment to Miss the machines were offered for ser.

terday in Orlando with relatives and Lucile Atkisson, of Florida, the guestof vice. At the picnic grounds the tables Early this week Mrs. E. T. Childs have a floral garden in connection with our grocery

f friend Mrs. J. P. D'Allen and Misses Dunn, were filled with all that the appetiteof assumed the management of the Cen- and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive

Among the guests registered at the Stibbs, Slagel, and Jones. The chap- man could crave, and then some tral House on Church street, and will prompt attention.
erones were Mrs. William Warfieldand more. be ready for the reception of boardersby
Nelson
San Juan last night was Messrs -
H. Stritehoff and W. A. Gurge, of Mrs. J. P. Allen." It was a fraternal and neighborly Aug 1st :

gathering. Old folk talked, young THE SANITARY
Baltimore.The GROCERY i
A HOT FINISH IN TilE NINTH people played, and children swam in Geo. E. Kriebel and R. A. Mills, of r

the beautiful satinjike water of the Chuluota, were among Orlando's vis- CARUTHERS & GORE :
St. Cecelia Guild will meet at I 1
The Sentinel's sporting editor was fine lake. itors this week. There appears to
the residence of Mrs. B. G. Ab r- J Phone 200 6 &
hors du combat yesterday and failedto The rain drove the crowd to town i be but little diminution in Chuluota's 8 Pine Street.
nethy, Friday, (this) afternoon, at
four o'clock. witness what fan experts have pro- all too soon, but everyone spent a I I prosperity. ,. t ; i mini ,i .

nounced a mighty fine game of base most gladsome time and the Masons -
t tbulf
ball. have added one more cause for thankfulness 1 Geo. E. :Macy: the wagon man, left LEAVE IT TO THE WOMAN I MI IIi ,
The Sentinel is pleased to announce i
the for their consideration and last night for Tennessee, where he and I
"Father" Wallace was on mound ----- : '
who has j
that Miss Lizzie Mathews, I
week for Apopka, while Barze pitched an kindness in affording this outing these his family will have a much needed Dear Mr. Ferris: i
been ill for over a was reported -
improving last evening. excellent game for Winter Park. It : hot July days. I rest. The business will be in charge This writin letters gets on my I : efining Co1

was evidently a pitcher's battle and !i of his son-in-law, J. T. Barnett. nerves, but my dander gets so riled '' t

Dr. P. Philips left Sunday night expecting was greatly enjoyed by a large crowdof THE DISPOSAL SYSTEM I up readin in the Sentinel all about this 1I111I 1
to make an extended tour, but admirers of the national game. The I The following assistant teachers here park business, that I says to''!

on account of his recent accident, was score at the end of the ninth inning Tampa is getting ready to irstall have been engaged for the public my man, I says I am goin to write { Kerosene
compelled to return home Tuesday stood 2 to 1 in favor of Winter Park. large additions to their present sew- I schools, Mrs. J. E. Chapman, Orlando; :Mr.: Ferris if the milk never gets j :

night and is now confined to his bed. One of our friends who is an experton uagc system. fhe new system: Wi11be Miss Belle Coombs, Indiana; Miss I scum. Now I rises to ask aint there' ,
dealing out ball "dope" promisedus similar to that now being installed -|Nellie Wilson, of South Carolina; and goin to be no parks I was a ridin i, Gasoline

Dr. Cowell arrived in the city on a write-up of the game, but up in Orlando and the following! description :Miss: Belle Slemons, of Nashville, aroun Lake Eola one day and all I'I E' ,

Wednesday evening and will be herea to the time of going to press, 3 o'clock of its details taken from yes 1 Tennessee. could see was a few trees them women : LubricatingOils

few days making arrangements for Friday morning, has failed to call. terday's Tribune will' he of interest I had set in the ground and which is 0 I :

the erection of his new residence thatis Nevertheless, it was a good game and to our readers who have little idea of We are pleased to see the frame of doin fine let me tell you. The way and Greases
: A. J. Mosteller's new dwelling going to have things done and decent I '
to adorn that fine lot on East Cen- those that witnessed it were very just what we are to lave: proper '
tral avenue just east of the vacant much pleased..CATHEDRAL. The main disposal plan:, conslstinz! up. It will contain six ro'oms and oc- is to leave it to the women, I say they !I I'I Axle Grease

corner opposite the Court House. of three Imhoff tanks, will be locatedat cupy the foundation of his former beat the men all holler, but the trou- ,

SCHOOL ENTER. Elliott and Twelfth streets, on the :house on Pine street, which was destroyed ble with men folks is they think they >
t E-t
The South Florida Foundry has the TAINMENTSThe Estuary. This plant will have three I' by fire. ::\Mosteller:: knows know it all, and they is plum set down I :,

contract for furnishing all the steel second of a series of entertain- sets of three tanks, each set to take !'by actual experience that it pays to when the women roll up their sleeves
: belong to the Building & Loan Asso- and shows how things can be done. : P.G.WALTONAgentPHONES
.and iron construction used in the ments to be given each month by St.Cecelia's care of 2,500,000 gallons of sewerage. ,
Yowell-Duckworth building, and it Guildto the members of The city owningadjacent property is 1 ciation. 1'oIr.. Editor, if them fathers !

amounts to between ten and eleven ; St. Luke's Parish and congregation, in a position to increase the plant I would ask the Civic Leaguers how to' : { m

thousand dollars. The those interested in the Cathedral three more sets of tanks tf found I MUSICALE place a city park what would be a real :
major portion
will be manufactured here in Orlando. -I! School and friends of the church, will necessary in the future. At Garcia I credit to this town, it would be done : Orlando, -- Florida

Harold Johnson reports that the take place on Wednesday evening the and Palm avenues, the second plait : The Choir Guild of St. Luke's Cathedral in three shakes of a sheep's tail : '

steel work will be ordered from the 23rd inst. the the Chapter House at is located. This plant will have only j are, under the efficient leadershipof (which you will excuse me for ex- ;| : MHtMIMI

EastIt 8 o'clock. one set of tanks, sufficient to take care+ Mrs. E. A. Sherrod, rehearsing aggerating some) It would be a dandy. ----- ----- ----

The committee who has th programin of sewerage from that section of the I chorus selections from Gaul's beautiful too, and would be kept as clean as ;I According information that has

is possible that the Orange County hand are arranging to give a Musicals city. The additional property owned Ii cantata, "The Holy City," and will housekeepin, but lawsy! there aint no I .reached Pensacola from Washington

1 Abstract Company will open an of- varied by Readings and all the by the city is sufficient to increasethe entertain the members of the Cathedral use. If the men folks will get busy ;appropriations aggregating $43,000

fice in Sanford. In fact such an office friends are cordially invited to plant to take care of West Tam- Parish and their friends on Wednesday I[ wont say no more about it. I am ,have been made for the completion of
if that i waitin to see how Jim G. will get a the addition to the
will be almost a necessity to the citizens be present on that occasion. No cards pa's sewerage municipalityever evening.The Government building
of Seminole county, in as much will be sent out. becomes a part of Tampa.The program promises to be uus- move on him; and I reckon the colored in theDeep Water City.

as Mr. Goodrich has the only completeset working of the Imhoff tanksis ually pleasing and among the soloistsare folks will want a park too so's they
I IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH
of abstracts in the county and it Mr. C. 0. McLaughlin, of Sanford, interesting. Sewerage reaches the Mrs. T. P. Warlow, Mr. Walter can dress up and cake-walk on Snu. CIRCUIT ORANGE COUNTY JUDICIAL

| is the work of several years to make was an Orlando visitor yesterday.Mrs. plant and by a system of troughs all Drennen, Mr. A. P. Curry and Mrs. day afternoon. If they was a grab FLORIDA

copies from the original books and sand settles in a retainer. The other Chester Goodrich, who will take the bag full of parks, there wouldn't be Minnie Kahlevs

[ bring them down to date. R. L. Fox left last night for matter then flows through the tanks, obligato to the chorus. none left after every corner of Orlando 0 Divorce

Jacksonville, where she will visit relatives where all liquid is separated from The entertainment is to be held had a grab. Concord Park is Reinhold Reinhold KahleTo Kahle:

Mr. Henry S. Symonds has returned I for two or three weeks. solids. The liquids pass out of over- in the Chapter House, the music beginning stretchin' out its hand for one and the It above apepars entitled from the case affidavit, that Minnie duly filed Kahleis in

I home after three months pleasantly flow pipes, perfectly clear, and run at eight-thirty. Lake Lucerne would want one and the complainant in the above entitled cause
Lake Cherokee. Goodness knows I that to the best of her knowledge and belief
spent with relatives and friends in Mr. Lawrence Gentile after spend- into the Estuary or river. Solids are I Reinhold Kahle resides beyond the limits of
feel like givin thanks that I aint one the State of Florida and that tie is Phoenix
forced out of at -
New York, Elmira, N. Y., and differ ing a couple of days in Orlando on pipes upon a dryingbed ORLANDO WALLOPED 1 Arizona; that he is over the age of
ent points in Pennsylvania. His father business, left yesterday for Pitts- by the pressure of the liquid of them city dads. They sure is up 21 years, and that there is no person in the
agin it. state of Florida upon whom service of subpoena -
and mother left on the 15th of July burg. and is dried in the sun, what moisture The Orlando base ball team, "TheTigers" would bind said defendantYou
remaining, dripping into troughs for Yours truly, are therefore ordered to appear to
New York where will down to Kissimmee
for went
they spend -
yesterday
IZZY BUTTIN.I, I bill on Monday the 1st day of September, lithe
the remainder of the summer. During Dr. Paul Burgess, who for a longtime the purpose. After drying, the solid and the boys on Lake Tohope- same being a Rule day of this Court.
I It is therefore further ordered that th
their absence their splendid orange was connected with Estes Pharmacy matter is loaded into drying apparatus kaliga trimmed them to the tune of notice be published for four successive weeks'
I gives off no odor and the solid KEEl' IT IN ORLANDO in the South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper
grove southeast of the city will be is in Orlando today calling on 9to3. i published in Orange county, Florida.
cared for by their son, Mr. Henry the druggists in the interests of matter is handled in the same manneras Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of said
sand. There is enough job printing sent I Circuit Court and the seal thereof, this the
The entire system is such
I Symonds.Miss ParkeDavis.Mr. We would not wish to mention it so 14th day of July A. D., 1913.B. .
that flow of sewerage may be divertedat out of Orlando to equip and operateone I M. ROBINSON, Clerk,
that Sheriff Gordon Marshal:: Billy By M. A. Jloward. D. C
Frances Kobottom will arrive H. S. French, of Chicako, is any time to allow cleaning of the Smith would hear it, but when we see of the best printeries in the South. I Wm. Martin,
Solicitor for
I this afternoon for a ten day's visit among the guests at the San Juan troughs. a prominent man and ex.candidate for I This is all wrong-keep it at home. --- Complainant -
it to the Sentinel NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAX DEED
can't FOR
[with Miss Roberta Branch. Miss French is of the If you give ,\
Ro-.;, today.lr. one successful the City Council, leaving the corpora- UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER
(bottom has many friends among the. i and popular salesmen who I MISS BRANHAM ENTERTAINSMiss tion limits soon after daylight, driv- for goodnes sake give it to some of 489, LAWS OF FLORIDA

young people of Orlando. Her former.0 have been coming to Orlando for quite ing Bill Speer's race horse and having the other home printers. i Notice is hereby given that T Jenkins

home was at Titusville on the East t a while. Beth Branham entertained a. a suit case protruding from under the Dolive of Orlando Ha., purchaser of Tax

Coast, but for several years, she has few of her girl friends at her home! seat, we feel that public safety demands 'A ell your wants to all Orlandt i Certificates June, A. D.,Nos.18W.2436 and,Tax dated Cer.the No.fifth 1796 day dated of

lived in Georgetown, South Carolina,, When you want something and, Wednesday afternoon. Delicious ice: that Sam Griffin should be through Sentinel want columns. the fifth day of November, A. D., 18%, has
i I filed said Certificates in my office, and baa
where her father, Dean Robottom, has, don't know where to find it, call De. cream and cake were served and a J L watched. The old horse seemed somewhat made application for Tax Deeds to issue in

charge of a large church and parish. Laney & Abernethy, Phone 2. If pleasant game of auction bridge wa i dazed at the absence of the IK COURT STATE OF THE OF FLORIDAIn COUNTY JUDGE I i.accordance the following with law.described Said Certicfiates property. embrace sit

Miss Robottom graduated at the! they don't carry it they will tell you I enjoyed. usual noise from the driver's seat, uated in Orange county, Florida towit:
No. 2436, Lot 12 Meusers sub-div. of S%
Cathedral School in the class with I where to find what you want. I but he wore an expression that said, re estate of ofNEi and N4 of SE% Sec 32 Tp 20 SR
Charles Lyman Smith Orange county. 30 E: No. 1796 Lots 19 and 20 Meuser'i
Miss Branch. 7-17 4t Subscribe for the Sentinel i"Kissimmee or bust. To all Creditors Legatees, Distributees and I I sub-div of Sh of NEK and Nlj of SE%
I all persons having claims or demands i, Sec 32 Tp 20 SR 30 E.
------- asrainst said estate The said land being assessed at the date
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---- You and each of you, are hereby notified of the issuance of such Certificates in theo
. MtlHIHHHtMIMIIMIIMItHMfr , 11,11111111111111111111111. I and required to present any claims and demands name of H. G. Cleveland and M. A. Henck,
tIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOll'IOIIIIIIIIIIII"1111JIII+++++ which you, or either of you may have respectively.
against the estate of Charles Lyman Smith, Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed
I deceased, late of Orange county Florida to according to law. Tax Deed will issue thereonon
I the undersigned Executer of said estate within I the 19th day of August, A. D., 1913.
I two years from the date hereof I Witness my official signature and seal this
GRAND THEATERTodays' Dated July 10. A. D.. 1913WILLIAM the 18th day of July A. D., 1913.B. .
R O'NEAL, M. ROBINSON,
THE I' Efflecuter Estate of Charles Lyman Smith. Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Florida.

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I I morning at ten o'clock her body was i
:; ;; Mr. Herbert Speer of Americus'laid to rest in the Geneva cemetery.
1' Ga. is visiting relatives and friends j i The funeral services conducted by Rev. Crepe Gowns 98c LISTEN !

Y. 4- here. I Stone,assisted by Rev. A. L. Hope. ,
Miss Lydia Geiger left last Thurs 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
day for a few weeks visit with rela-J OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
tives in Rutledge Georgia. 1 I ADVERTISERSWHO FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
= Miss Mayme McLain is home again
j
X.-4 W E A R, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga
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after an extended visit with friends j j; WISH TO BE AS PROGRESSIVE -
t pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
North Florida. AND UP-TO-DATE AS
in |I LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, cerne.
| THE TOWN IS ITSELFWE I
---I|, HAVE ENGAGED STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST,

!! THE SERVICES OF I
-J ; 'fR ETC.
; Rev J. Herman Daniel is spending i AN EXPERT AD
: a few days, here with home folks. I WRITERA I
The entertainment given under the i icc i
k i man thoroughly qualified to han- LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS mourn
auspices of the M. M. S. Society, at:
dle business ad ,
any proposition a man!
the town hall last Tuesday eveningwas
y competent to bring out all the salient j WE OFFER YOU
;
well attended and greatly enjoyed -'
points of your business, a man thor MCCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
,
4 We by all regret present.to note the illness of oughly your conversant individual requirements.with the techniqueof Give I THE MOST OF THE BEST

Miss Mabel Tarbell, but trust she. STORE
him an opportunity of demonstratingThe I
e- soon recover. i For the
may Least
cost will be but nominal and the
0'
"' Rev. J. Herman Daniel filled the ;
I 124 South
Orange Avenue
positive results financially gratifying. _.... .
Methodist pulpit Sunday morning.I -
; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Herman is one of Geneva's own pro-;
ducts; graduated at Southern College'i j I Tender Juicy Meats
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:; in June, and has a bright future be -
fore him. We wish him abundant success -;

:;::t in the great work in which he is Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayneiMtltHtMIMMtMtMllttMlltllMlllltlilliMM You can always depend'on getting the best at our

*:. engaged.The evening service was conducted -. market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ-
; by our pastor Bro. Hope. Each
w service was well attended and greatly: ence in meats.

enjoyed.Our TdMPAD ItYCa


katk 1 news of our reached hearts old friends were us last had made evening passed sad when that into one the the I i TAM P [ELECTRIC[ l VACUUM CLEANER l[ [ i COART & PIH L,,


great beyond yesterday about noon. I .
DON'TBE
rs Mrs. Elizabeth Prevatt whom most .. BOOM STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
': of us know as "Grandma", after a I' .
long and usefull life fell asleep in I SATISFIED .. PHONE 105MHMMIilMlliiMMIMiMMMIIIIIMimH

Jesus Sunday, July 13th; aged eigh- Have house
: your room or :
ty-six years. <
!'j She and her husband reared a large cleaned without dust or troubleof
family. Father and most of her chil- With "Just as Good because the
dren have passed over "The River"i chances are 100 to 1 that the furniture
moving .
j before her. Grandma was a kindhearted
: "Just as good" is in reality infer. ,
I true Christian, loved by all i!:
who knew her; ever ready to lend a i ior. Mi lid-Si Ia umrner C Reduced e [ rr ICCS[

helping hand to any who were in need,I POINSETTIAIce The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
and has wrought well in that which I
; she had opportunity to do, many I Cream is in a class I On all Dress Materials, Laces, Em
;, h < of our preachers, both Methodist and ALL BY IT'S SELF. man. : I II
We make it that
war. broideries
Baptist have found rest and comfort HosieryAND
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t Pure Cream Sterilized
?_' in her hospitable home. Inspected and passed. Manufactured SEE THEM FOR TERMS i !
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We will miss dear Grandma in the under ideal unitary I
home, and in the church where she conditions. .Don't accept ,
I a substitute.Its MILLINERYBSSES
attended when physically able. She II I .
leaves two devoted daughters, Mrs. for sale

y t: other W.S. P.J.relatives Smith David,, to of of mourn Geneva Geneva her,and and loss.many Mrs.I I: V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO in your town T The PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ C01 lllnc., HAULM & BUM


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a Grandma but think of the happy meet-
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|idnight jseaenti I|Business Boosters Classify",)will Boosters of received CLASSIFIED column.be five run lines after(in classified,the or 10"Too less adveri Late aporimtfcly -,I i'I I: I I I f ORLANDO BANK K a TRUST I COMPANY A ACapita J l LUCERNE[ R r I THEATER[ [ !


30 words-one time, 25' !
nb; three times 60 c ctnts; one week I :
ix daily and one weekly editions) > ) and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. I
.00; one month, $3.00. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
___. I Resources over Three-quarters of a Million
MISCELLANEOUSMoney I
1 Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller :
to loan on improved prop- I --- -- at the Close of Business 4 REELS 4
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ty.
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1 dr June 30th, 1913

Shanibarger's for bicycles and t RESOURCESBanking

ndries. tf ,; a House, Furniture i

i .k And Fixtures ..... ....$ 25,867.37Loans
Real
and
OR FIRE INSURANCE
r' PROGRAM TODAY"TilE
Estate see Jansen & Watkins I and Discounts .... 355,689.33
6-24.1m. -"' Overdrafts .... .. ....... 83.98
------ Stocks and Bonds .... .. .. 26,018.33
ONEY TO LOAN-On city prop. ? I
erty. See Jansen & Watkins. )c 't Cash on Hand and in Banks 25 ,088.11

6241m. CAGED BIRD" (Drama) . . Thanhouser
t. $661,647.12
Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine

[reet for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- _i. k ? ; I Capitol ...LIABILITIES..............$100,00000 V i
ceo, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf Surplus and Undivided

HOP SERVICE-The very best I r Profit* ................ 33,889.11 "THE MAN WHO FAILED" (Comedy-drama) . Solax 'r

and quickest. No waiting. Free a. I Deposits. ........... ... 527,758.01
I
[tered air for tires, and oil for lamps.W. .
Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine I yl $661,647.12
fcreet. I
'' "QUEEN OF TilE SEA NYMPHS' (Drama) Majestic
Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock] a' The officers and directors of the Or- j ;
Fancy Groceries to the store on the, : lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to
rner of Pine and Orange Ave. formerly ; e v p k." call the attention of its depositors and
occupied by H. C. Robertson i I friends and the citizens of Orlando

|nd will be ready for business Friday I i. & # J to the above statement. The management "THE HIGHER LAW" (A moral lesson . Thanhouser
:orning. 7-10 tf. I i 1 # ; of the Bank feels that this show

______ i I 4 I ing reflects the conservative, sane and
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a] i. .; .' progressive methods employed in this
ew hotel; has all modern conven-! financial institution. Strength begets
nces; fronts on Ocean just south confidence, and strength is no where LUCERNE-The place to go to enjoy yourself.DAYTONA .
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day;: ---- -- displayed better by a bank than in

|nd upwards. Special rates by the United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. IIMIIIIIiltlMiMmtMttilMtMMMttttltllltmii
eek or month. We make a special- I J

r of sea food dinners Thursday even- ... :irrr.. _. 0 0 .-.-- '
gs and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf.
BEACH !
FOR SALE -,-- --------- MtttMH !


,
\OR SALE-New modern five-room
house, centrally located. Apply this' The New Hotel Neptune
ceo 7-1 d & w tf,I ,,
I Is under the of Mr. and Mrs.
now open management Despland,
iUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice : ,
suburb in east part of the city. Carl formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, Daytona's finest
Jensen. and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune.Let .
i I! it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a
|AK HILL is the beautiful subdivision ;
corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with
to the Northeast of the city and I
still have some choice lots there. J YOUR SEWER private bath.
|arl Jensen. ,
__ I .III.IIIII t.IIIIIIIOI.I'I'IO'IIII..I.III'lt'ttl.,
[OR SALE-Some one year old grapefruit I
and seedling orange trees.| "MIMMMMItMMMHfMMMMHmilMtmitlllim
[all on or address, T.J. Hill, Maitland i

[lorida.._ 7-12-6td4tw''I CONNECTIONYou I | Everything in Drugs i
I
[OR SALE-Two good sound and I
gentle mules. Fine workers and i
bargain, if taken at once. Call onor I U''I
address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando -'
Fla. 7-10 d & w, I ; WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST ;
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FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, .
Remington, made by Starr Piano
-Co. Richmond, Ind. sslightly $700 new
, used, good shape in every respect &
DeLaney e Abernethy
Will make some reduction for I cannot use your sewer until main, septic tanks
cash. Music with same. For further
information apply to P. 0. Box 114 and wells are completed arid accepted by the city, which
Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf
will be some months hence. : WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2

FOR RENT
Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con

FOR RENT-Six room house, furnished.
:
Apply No. 7, Gould street. Cen- _. tracts with you now to make these connections any time THY OUR If'E CREAM

lly located. 29-16 within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city, I The Best ..Everiiiiiii

OR RENT-Five room cottage with :
for 13 cents foot.Give .
per
all modern conveniences. Garage : "MIIMIIIIIIIIIIMUMMIMIMMMmiHHMM
r auto, or horse and buggy. Apply .
I this work to your home company and we are
5 East street. 5-15 tf .

OR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- : here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
u
nished and unfurnished. do not have to for it Corsets
you pay until you are satisfied Spirella
Prices
JAMES A. KNOX :j By Getting on your
6-26 U.FOR with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing I I Brick and Stone Work

HIRE-Nice :\ Before Building. (Not Sold in Store. .
)
seven passenger : inspector and certified to by him.
: Phone or Write
touring car. Large and
roomy. I Weir
I a corul mtdc to fit yet. Auk
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.I
: : Acme Brick and rard for a toSP1RELLA dtmoiutrttion. Call .r and post

FOR SALE OR RENT i
: StoneVorks
i CORSET PARLORS
Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs. : : ; MAITLAND, FLORIDA 108 Writ St. Cor. South Orlando, Fla.
W. Bullock, North Shelby Street.' I' CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRg Comtltre
|rs. Bullock has large holdings in I : 'IIII"II""IIIO'." "
forth Georgia and she has decided to I ; : -
.establish her home there so will I,

[nt her home here with the privilege! The F. JOSEPH RAEHN ,, 'I

purchase to responsible parties. I
easonable terms will be given. 1 t
] Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and\ Gifts to Please
and Co.
[her desirable properties. No. 407!' Plumbing Heating
uth Orange aveune. Opposite the

!gb School Building. Jul3 U.I

WANTED I I. .itlMMHMMIMMIMICMMMMtfMMtimfMMMMMMtMMMMl MCMmiHHIMtMMIIMIMtlMMMtKttMMMtMIMMiMHMHGRAIN f: May be safely purchased fromus

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'ANTED-Second hand four-pass I
enger Ford. Must be in good con- I AND FEED STORE |.ffMMHMHIIMtMIIMtttiMttltiHMIMItMMMI.j. ; where everything
tion. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of- '
e. Geo Chick has opened a grain and I
I feed store on Boone street, between 1
BARGAIN IN LAW BOOKS I! Church and South street, where he THE MARKETOf I is guaranteed.

is prepared to serve the public with :
To close an estate 22 volumes of
in the feed line. He !'
everything respectfully -
lorida Reports and other law bookse \
solicits portion of Cleanliness Of \
a your QualityFRESH
offered at a very low price. Bookse I \
practically new. List and pricent trade. 6-27-lm i

on application to the undersigned.ood BARGAIN IN A PRESS I AND SALT MEATS Allen & Co.
opportunity for lawyer starting
practice. Two revolution, seven-column quarto FISH AND GAME
j Campbell Does good work.,
press.
P. G. WALTON, .
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando -
11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla.

Fla. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh JEWELERS
GOT TO GO I
,' ANNOUNCEMENTSHOP j and pure.
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I For the next two weeks I will sell SER\1CE-No charge for j

I r cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas, filling oil lamps, pumping tires with I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have Orlando .. .
mkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans, air filtered of water and grease. I W.! everything in the Meat Line. FloridaOur

jckles, salmon, dressing, oysters, male Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street.I :
syrup, confections, butter and ex- Ii
eta. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERSThose i :
The PARLOR MARKET
|rl56L T J. SHEPARD, No 5, Pine street. desiring to make changes in i

their advertisements must have their

TRIPS TO RUSSELS POINT.Those copy in this office not later than noon H. M. Self & Co. Repair Department
of each day to insure publication. I at
wishing to make trips for .
18.20 PINE STREET
..linen or pleasure, should see m Sentinel advertisers are Orlandoand your service always. ,.
r prices Prompt service guaran Orange county boosters. Don't Phone No. 80MMtMtMMttlMIMHMIIMHiiiimilllMMimM

C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fl* forget them when you have money to
one, 360. 5.29 tf spend for something in their line. 4USINESS flit
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>lidnight| Buiineti Boosters USINE8S ements Classify",)will Boosters received of CLASSIFIED column.be five run lines BOOSTERS after(in classified the, or 10"Too less-ap-o'clock adver-Late rl RlA O BANK & IRUSI COMPA fI- l [ nilllllllHLicnir THEATER I [ [



rozimattly SO words ont time, 25 I
nit; three times 60 c\!its; one weekix. &
daily and one weekly editions) Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.09.
1.00; one month, $3.00. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
Resources over Three-quarters of a MilllonI .
MISCELLANEOUSMoney
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Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller -
to loan on improved prop- 4.II.REELS..4PROGRAM
at the Close of Business
ty. S. Y. WAY.Shanibargers .
I June 30th, 1913
I i
for bicycles and I RESOURCESBanking
ndries. tf x rti Furniture
x : House,

|OR FIRE INSURANCE and Real I and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 TODAY A
Estate see Jansen & Watkins I Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
6-24-lm. *' Overdrafts ............... 83.98 ..

ONEY TO LOAN-On city prop I fc. Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
erty. See Jansen & Watkins. I r Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11 .

6241m. ; : ; i x I Ij "THE CAGED BIRD" (Drama) . . Thanhouser
j $661,647.12
i Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pinereet I
for Cold Drinks, Cigars, Tosco UABIUTIESII V
7-8-tf Capital .................$100,000.00
Fruits, Etc. !
t .,. ji ( Surplus and Undivided I
HOP SERVICE-The very best I r Profits .. .... ....... ... 33,889.11 "THE MAN WHO FAILED" (Comedy-drama) . Solax

1 and quickest. No waiting. Free _' R Deposits.... ........ ... 527,758.01
tered air for tires, and oil for lamps.W. _
Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine
fcreet. $661,647.12The

Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock : officers and directors of the Orlando "QUEEN OF THE SEA NYMPHS" (Drama) Majestic ;

Fancy Groceries to the store on the f ; Bank and Trust Co. desire toe
rner of Pine and Orange Ave. for- a call the attention of its depositors and
H. C. Robertsonnd friends and the citizens of Orlando
jierly occupied by i
b, r to the above statement. The manage
will be ready for business Friday "THE HIGHER LAW" (A moral lesson . Thanhouser
,
Bank feels
[orning. 7-10 tf. 4 t i ment of the that this show
--------- ing reflects the conservative, sane and
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a I -;,i? progressive methods employed in this
lew hotel; has all modern convene s fer *" j financial institution. Strength begets
|:nces; fronts on Ocean just south I confidence, and strength is no where LUCERNE-The place to go to enjoy ourself. .
ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day ---- displayed better by a bank than in

Ind upwards. Special rates by the United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. iHii

>eek or month. We make a special- I J J ---: _-_ ____ =-:_ _ _ . . _ _ _ =-_ _-_ _-. -
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of sea food dinners Thursday evenS -; 0 rr
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tf
A d on. 7. .R, .
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FOR SALE I Ii

OR SALE-New modern five-room : I
'
house, centrally located. Apply this!' The New Hotel Neptune
,
ceo 7-1 d & w tf
I
Is now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland,
UY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice '
I formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, Daytona's finest
suburb in east part of the city Carl
Jensen. 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
AK HILL is the beautiful subdivision .
corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with
to the Northeast of the city and
art still Jensen.have some choice lots there. YOUR SEWER I I private bath.IMHMMMMIMtUftMtMtHM3IIIIHIIMMIIMf.

I 1.'I" ,, e'I'I' '
[OR SALE-Some one year old grape I _
fruit and seedling orange trees. .'* +
jail on or address, T. J. Hill, Maitland
lorida. 7-12-6td 4tw CONNECTION. 1!\I Everything in Drugs i I

[OR SALE-Two good sound and
gentle mules. Fine workers and
bargain, if taken at once. Call on 'ii'iiYou I
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or-
lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST,
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FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, I
Remington, made by Starr Piano :
,Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, L
slightly used, good shape in every respect DeLaney & Abernethy
Will make some reduction for : cannot use your sewer until main, septic tanks
cash. Music with same. For further .
information apply to P. 0. Box 114 and wells are completed arid accepted by the city, which
Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf :
I will be some months hence. WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 ,

FOR RENT :I Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con

FOR RENT-Six room house, furnish '
ed. No. Gould : tracts with you now to make these connections any time
Apply 7, street. Cen : : TRY OUR IC'E CREAM

lly located. 29-16 : within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city, The Best Ever

[OR RENT-Five room cottage with : .
for 13 cents foot.
per
I
all modern conveniences. Garage 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111
r auto, or horse and buggy. Apply :
Give this work to your home company and we are
15 East street 5-15 tf II"IIIII'I"I"f1'1" ON

I here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
[,OR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- ;

nished and unfurnished.JAMES A. KNOX you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied ,I ,; By Getting Prices on your S irella Corsets

6-26 U.FOR with work and is Brick and Stone Work
our same inspected by city plumbing
Before Building. (Not Sold in Storti
HIRE )
-Nice seven passenger and certified to him.
inspector by Phone or Write
touring car. Large and roomy. Wear a come made to fit ,OL Lit
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.FOR i Acme Brick and for a toSPIRELLA demonstration. Call or tend postcard

SALE OR RENT 1 StoneVorks CORSET PARLORS

Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs. ; MAITLAND, FLORIDA SOS West SU Cor. South, Orlando Fit.
[. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street.I I CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. ; MRS. J. VAN BUSBIR$, Conetler
jlrs., Bullock has large holdings in i ." "IIII"'lltOII"I'
forth Georgia and she has decided to I -- --
-establish her home there so will
fmt her home here with the privilege! The F. JOSEPH RAEHN

purchase to responsible parties.'i ,
easonable terms will be given. ,
1 Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and; Gifts to PleaseMaybe
and Co.
[her desirable properties. No. 407' Plumbing Heating

uth Orange aveune. Opposite the I
[!igh School Building. Jul3 tf


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[ hand four-pass-1 i
____ enger Ford. Must be in good con- 'I GRAIN AND FEED STORE I +MHMMHMIIMMMHIMIItillfMIIIMIMillHittMTHE where everything
tion. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of-;
e. Geo Chick has opened a grain and ,
I.feed store on Boone street, between
BARGAIN IN LAW BOOKSTo -1 I ;Church and South street, where he MARKETOf j is guaranteed.

: is prepared to serve the public witheverything :
close an estate 22 volumes of
1 in the feed line. He re- !
lorida Reports and other law books I
spectfully solicits portion of I Cleanliness Of \
a your QualityFRESH I
re offered at a very low price. Books ,
re practically new. List and price I.trade. 6-27-lm I

nt on application to the undersigned. BARGAIN IN A PRESS AND SALT MEATS Allen & Co. I
ood opportunity for lawyer starting
practice. Two revolution, seven-column quarto FISH AND GAME [
J Does work. i
Campbell press. good
P. G. WALTON,
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando -
Hi tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla. I
Fla. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh JEWELERS -
GOT TO GO
il ANNOUNCEMENTSHOP j and pure. i
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For the next two weeks I will sell SERVICE-No charge for i

[r cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas, filling oil lamps, pumping tires with I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have Orlando ,
mkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans, air filtered of water and grease. I W. everything in the Meat Line. Florida

salmon, dressing, oysters, mae Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street. j
syrup, confections, butter and exacts !
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERSThose The PARLOR MARKETH. i iI
[T. J. SHEPARD, No 5, Pine street. desiring to make changes in I
15 A
6t.
_ their advertisements must have their "
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TRIPS TO RUSSELS POINT. of copy each in this day office to insure not later publication.than noon M. Self & Co. Our Repair Department at i

I Those wishing to make trips foi 18.20 PINE STREET I ..
iness or pleasure, should see m Sentinel advertisers are Orlando i your service always.

ftr prices. Prompt service' guaran and Orange county boosters. Don't Phone No. 80tUHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIItltMtltllHIIIIIIIIIIII J I 1
:k C. W. Willscy, Orlando Fla. forget them when you have money to
one, 360. 5:29: tf spend for something in their line.

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,' ,. ,.,,, ., THAT INSIDIOUS LOBBY I


I When President Wilson made the I
Louis ,C. Massey President
assertion that a corrupt lobby was

T. Pktoa Wulow Vk.Pm. 8. Wftten Sow, CwU maintained at Washington by the interests -

B9W1li Co Babcock, A't CuH Samuel A.Newell Att't coals to defeat legislation in the interest -
of the masses, many wise acres
of the old guard smiled and stroked

'THESTATE their sleek chins in happy anticipation -

of the jolt which they felt sure

he would receive. But to the amaze-

ment of this high handed gentry the

shoe is swiftly transferred to the
BANK
other foot and they stand in fear and

trembling, not knowing where this

fai reaching investigation is ging to

11 11J end. H
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:i
of Orlando N&t in the annals of American his- -

tory has such a bold and extensive

I ._ hold up been exposed to sun light as
---- m u
that uncovered by the present Senate 4 Per Cent Interest on $1,000is

THE OlDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND investigation.The .
man who has disgraced the

grand old Southern name of Lamarby 19,955,400.13in
-
assuming that name in his Con-
gressional exploitations belongs to 250 years
the Bank which transacts more business than that class of adventurers who hangon

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa the outer edge of politics and bus- Evansville, Ind., Oct. a7.
iness like the vultures that hang Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the

around a great battle field preying credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interestfor

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up upon human flesh. The man, what. 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount to

his be, for he jauntily 5l9,955,400.l3.-Post Tribune.
ever name may
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound
claims to have several names, brazenly -
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate admits that he was in the game

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis and played the unscrupulous part he
did "for what there was m it" and
reuected in the large amount of deposits. confesses with seeming pride that he

Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 helped manipulate figures and commit
forgeries aggregating the inconceivable -

sum of $82,000,000, which he smilingly I

I FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur states came out of the great rail I:
road corporations and not the people.

And herein lies the error cf Mr.

What's his name's reasoning. For ..

correspondent banks are located in every part of all wealth is produced by the masses

and these wild ideaed speculators sim-
> the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
ply toy with the sweat and blood of i

; United States. the men and women who toil.

To be able to steal, or defraud great i

railroad interests out of such an immense I lei your money work lor yon in
reckless abandon
-- sum without
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF || Florida, with the historic light house, with which the financial game is play.
FLORIDAThe 'I, including about two hundred acres of ed by high finance and the desperate The Peoples National Bank"It

land, has been purchased by William limits to which men go in the gam-

Cathederal in St. Augustine is Deering, and a tract of eight hundred ble.The Is t pleasure to serve yoa"mtsstsusnssssunnunuuuuununuuntuuiusuiui
being improved by a new slate roof. acres adjoining it on the south has Lamar story, true or untrue,

been purchased by Hugh Matheson, is in line with what has been the

Eggplant is now being shipped in representing two of the biggest real common belief that certain Wall street ::: :

large quantities from. Plant City to estate transactions this year, together interests buy and sell legislation; own I .

the markets. transfering about one thousandacres and control Congressmen and Senators
of property. Mr. Matheson's re- ; appoint and dictate certain cab- MIIMIMMIIIIMilliMMMiMIMIIIIIIIIIIMMMIIItllllMMtitMIIIMIIHl "I .

The Progressive is advocating the cent purchase gives him all of the island inet positions. The subtle workingsof

erection of a brick fire.proof sponge now included in the Cape Flor. the money power has been unim-

building in Tarpon Springs by the ida tract, as he owned about eight peded up to the present administra.tion N. P. YOWELL

sponge exchange.The hundred acres previous to this pur and as a consequence, its ramifi-
chase." It is understood that Mr. Deer- cations have honeycombed the entire

J. G. McCrory Company have ing will in the near future begin the governmental system. Nor is it to

lased tw obuildings in DeLand and development. be believed that republicans have been

will open up a modern 5 and 10-cent alone in this nefarious trafficing.

store there.A TEST OF MANS ABILITY. There will be found certain prominent

democrats with soiled garments; but
movement is on foot to establisha Man who regulates his activities by Mr. Wilson is not the man to spare I NEW ARRIVALSWe

hospital in Lakeland. It is plannedto the thermometer never gets very fain any man because of his political af

organize a stock company with some his calling, whatever it may be. filiations. Mr. Wilson has started out

twenty or twenty-five thousand dol- No doubt it is easier to work when all to clean the political house. He will

lars capital. nature combines to give us a pleasant not accomplish all that he had hoped,

day, but anybody con work under such but he will accomplish a great good, have just received from the cream of the Eastern marketstwo

; A new brick packing house will be conditions. The test of a man's abilityis I and the investigation, startling as it

tconstructed on the Seaboard Air Line I t I the amount of work he does when is, will have the approval of all good special values in RATINE and VOILE and we are goingto

tracks at Plant City for use the coming conditions are unfavorable. Sometimes men regardlss of political faith. The ,
season by Messrs. Wiggins and ( it seems that certain people who grip of the money power on the throatof offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the

Daniel. This is said to be a much succeed with everything they under Uncle Sam is loosening and the

needed improvement.A take are particularly favored by for- people stand a fair show of cominginto ; USUAL PRICE.

tune, or chance or luck, or whateverthe their own.POINTED.
individual look to as the distributor
may -
permit hase been granted for the
of all good things, but when
the Flo. PARAGRAPHS
addition of another story to
the matter is actually looked into, i it
1t ronton Hotel in St. Petersburg. The
is usually found that the lucky man, 500 YARDS 1000 YARDS
xtra story will make the building There are very few sisters of the
the fortunate is the who
floors high, one of the largest hotelsin or man one same size who do not pool their
that city. goes to work at six o'clock and works clothes. ITALIAN STRIPE RATINE BEAUTIFUL STRIPE fR.ENGU VOILE I I
until the job is done.There is no such!
_
a thing as luck or chance, or fortun Just what need for travelIn for
all colors all the
An event that has long been looked I A man can't lay up much treasure you ; rage
in business, or in business affairs
for in the city of Tallahassee to a close with and Pluck and push and good judgementare es in on heaven earth.If until. he quits dodging tax. ing. You can't afford to miss afternoon and evening gowns.
great anticipation came
the things that count.
became a thing of reality when a bodyof this opportunity to buy this
Odd Fellows and ladies of the city a girl believes in charms and latest novelty usually sold for Usually priced at 25 cents.
COMING TO LUCERNE THEATRE ,
love powders her education has been
assembled at the lodge rooms of Leon
sadly neglected.In 50 cents. Our Price Our PriceNOW
Lodge No. 5, and were made participants -
$ Mr. Magruder did not understand
1 in the perfection and organization -
of a Rebekah lodge Friday night. after signing up for "Quo Vadis" how lola, Kan., dogs are not allowed I I _
-True Democrat. the Grand Theatre could have it. He on the streets; it does no harm to 00 Cents Cents
telegraphed to find out and here is the circulate this idea. NOW it

answer: lJ Per Yard Per Yard
John Newnan of Jacksonville, a private I
J. B. Magruder Orlando Fla.-
It does no harm for a man to thinka
in A National Guardof
Company ,
I "Quo"adis" announced at Grand woman is an angel-if he is discreet
Florida who removed from
was
!is imitation three-reel-our eight-reel enough not to tell her so.
Black Point, where the annual tour of j I
:j i runs twojiflurs, and playing all great -
field duty was held by the military I
forces of the State, died in St. Lukes I. big cities. Don't worry-the little A story that sounds exactly as if The above is only a part of the new arrivals which we
i one will only help your business. Pub- it weren't so is that 100 college grad- many ,
Hospital Monday night. Private Xew-
lic wants to see the big original. uates are washing dishes in San Fran-
nan was sick when he joined his company i j COHAN & HARRIS. cisco. will have on display.
at camp. He made an effort to j Ad-ertbement.)
keep up, but was taken suddenly ill!!
Now doth the busy little moth improve -
Sunday morning and was removed to j The Crystal Palace, London's fame
St. Luke's. The military funeral was I and beautiful auditorium : each shining hour since that I
ous ,
held came fair day in early May that you packed H N. P. YOWELLThe
yesterday, the pall bearers con- | near being sold at auction and the
your winter things away and left
sisting of members of the ,guards. A two hundred acres of land on whichit
final salute fired the I them in his power.
was over crave. stands would have been cut up into -
,! building lots. It required cash to
Santa Rosa was visited by a disastrous -: the amount of 230,000 pounds sterling AT THE FAVORITE TODAY Big White Store

fire Friday, which broke out | ($1,150,000)) to save it from bankruptcy -
"
"Battle of Bull Run, Bison-a
in the roof, near the smokestack of! but the Lord Mayor and several wonderful -
feature in three Stupendous 11"1111111'111111111"1111111111111111'111'111'1I"lt'I'I"'I IIIIIIII' !
parts. -
the Gulf Lumber Company's saw mills. :' other Lords got busy and in for- I
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The flames spread rapidly, soon en.i ty-eight hours had nearly the whole scenes have created -
world-wide astonishment HAND LAUNDRY HlllllliMMHiilHMtlltltHfMMtlMMMMIitHI
and ORLANDO
veloping the whole structure, spreading i amount subscribed. One "private com
from the mill to the long tramwayand i citizen" gave 30,000 pounds $50,000)). ment. 11 East Pine street will take your > FOR SALE
to the ware house of Cessna Bros.,I Touch a real Londoner's civic or na. family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces Ii |
entirely enveloping the mill and about tional pride and things get done. Boyd and St. Clair, a real vaudeville -i 10 large and 10 small. I'i 207 -- -..

100,000 feet of lumber. Loss to the I act will appear tonight and tomorrow I We have many customers who are i

mill was about $5,000, and the Cessna I Boyd & St. Clair in latest songs night at the Lucerne the- well pleased. Laundry called for and America StreetA'E1V

Brothers lost about $500. It took heroic dances and novelty musical instruments atre, in addition to the four reels of delivered. Phone 195. 7-9 tf lo I
pictures.At .
work to save the shops and cement at Lucerne Theatre, in addi- ; ; TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch,
block factory of W. Lowery. Capt. Ro- tion to the four reels of pictures. Next to the filler the worst thing

,;. manders' fine launch at the dock was I "Battle' the of Favorite Bull Run."Theatre. tonight, about a cheap cigar is the wrapper. ; ; Bath, Hot and Cold Water Electric Light.
Best
;- nearly destroyed.The I The "Battle of Bull Run" will be war picture SENTINEL
ever shown in Orlando. Apply OFFICEMHIMMMMMMMMMMMM
seen at the Favorite Theatre this af- New Augustine is now supplied with'

Miami Metropolis says: "Cape ternoon and tonight Subscribe for the Sentinel. a satisfactory water works system. **+*


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