The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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until 2 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Prog ressh"e Center of
Direct Service, Postal Telegraph a. m. the State

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Sanford, July 17.-Sanford City ;i Washington July 18.-Consideration York, July 18.-The long UnI Special to The Sentinel.Washington Paterson
Four N.
Cleveland, 0., July 18.-Big I J., July IS.-The break
passenger train No. 11 plowed into the Council has entered an earnest and of the Mexican situation took | pled matrimonial alfairs of Charles July 18.-Startling developments II in the ranks of the silk mill strikers
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern serious protest to the sewerage system : much of the time of the President and i I Russel Burke, widely known in oil cir in the world of diplomacy reported yestenjay, after announcement
passenger train due in Cleveland at which the City of Orlando is mak- ;! his Cabinet at a regular session today !I des and a member of the Union League affecting Great Britain, the United I that "Big! Bill" Haywood was
4:25 a. m., between Perry and Madison ing extensive preparations to inaugurate -'I 1 Secretary Bryan had a long con- and Republican Clubs of this city, States, Japan and Mexico today was i physically unable to continue leadership
east of here, early today, whilea in order to have the city sew- fence with the President before the !;' took another twist yesterday when I, revealed to the International News I is construed by the mill ownersas
freight stalled ahead of it. It splin erage disposed of by drains into deep I other members arrived. Although reports Gov. Ferris of Michigan postponed ordering service by officials who are intimately meaning the end of their five
tered the dining car to pieces and tel- wells. i are coming in from various [I Burke's extradition to Pit.s'I familiar with the affairs of the in- months' trouble with their factory} ,
escoped the next car, a Pullman, in Those who have studied the sub I sources the administration is looking I burg to stond trial on an indictment ibility to settle the dangerous Japanese hands. It is estimated that $2,000,00
juring twelve persons. ject claim the sewerage will contaminate forward to first hand information charging him with consorting with ? question and the menacing Mex- in wages has been lost, while the man..
Eight of the injured, all occupantsof the artesian water supply of the from Ambassador Wilson, on his way I woman other than his wife and abandoning icon problem which was thrust upon ufacturers are about $1,000,000 out of
the diner, were brought to a Cleve- State. from Mexico City. It was again authoritatively -I his two children. The Governor I it so suddenly and dramatically by pocket.
land hostipal in a special train. The The council in its protest, appealto stated today that the at- delayed action thirty days in order the concert of powers. Mexico City The strike began on the 15th ol
others are being treated at Madison the State Board of Health for protection titude of the administration still was' to give Burke and his wife, Mrs. Katherine has appealed to Great Britain to extricate February, when seven thousand aDd
and Perry. None is thought fatally I against the action of the Cityof unchanged. Pope Burke of this city, an opportunity that county from its grave accumulating one hundred hands were called out
hurt Orlando, and asks if permission has to settle their differences. ia'irnational difficulties.It The first break in the strikers' ranks
The injured brought here were R. been granted the City of Orlando for MILLIONAIRE GIVES PICNIC. I It Burke fails to come to an under is asserted on this authority that occurred three weeks ago, when tifi
W. Buchannon, Ludlow, Ky., con- the construction of such a drainage standing with Mrs. Burke, who for when Secretary Bryan sent his reply ribbon and broad silk branches succeeded
ductor and seven members of the din- system.-Tampa Tribune. Atchison, Kan., July 18.-Twenty nearly four years has sought to get yesterday to Japan which was clamor. 4jn operating to full capacity.The .
ing car crew. Now that is funny. It reminds us thousand Kansas children are guests from him the alimony awarded her in ing for an answer, there: was also dyers, however, held firm until
The Lake Shore train, stalled by the of the feeling that once existed be- today of Balie P. Waggener, a mil- the courts of this county when she dispatched simultaneously a note from yesterday, when some of them returned
freight, was standing on the main tween Minneapolis and St. Paul. A lionaire railroad man, at his annual obtained a separation, Gov. Ferris Great Britain begging her ally, Japan and it was predicted that the
track. A flagman was sent back, but preacher once visited a vacant pulpitin children's picnic. All the expenses, will send Burke back to Pennsylvania. to accept as final the answer of the' entire body of' three thousand ani
in the darkness and fog, the train- Minneapolis, with a view to a call, even including the railroad fare to I United States. five hundred would be back at thf-
men say, it is supposed his light was and unfortunately, took his text from Atchison, are bourne by M. Waggener.t The case is further complicated by The object of this was that the vats this week.Manufacturers.
not visible to the engineer of the Big St Paul. That ends it-nothing do- Entertainment provided includes a '! the declaration of Mrs. Louise Peters United States by good graces of Great say that the seasoi.
Four train.PRESIDENTIAL. ing after thatChemists distribution of toys and flowers, auto- : Harrington, who said yesterday that Britain exerting pressure on her ally, now lost was the most promising i it
have already passed on mobile parade, land and water ath- I' she was married to Burke in Chicagotwo Japan, would be in a position to give orders of any spring and summer
APPOINTMENTS I I the Orlando septic tank system of letic contests, base ball games, exhibition years ago, and that the prosecu- her whole attention to Mexico, and be since 1907.Elizabeth.
sewerage and the water flowing from drill by the United States troops tion of him is merely the result of an able to offer Great Britain, Germanyand Gurley Flynn, the young
Washington, July .-President these septic tanks has been pronounced from Fort Lavenworth and day and effort of a powerful corporation to France a free hand in that coun- woman leader, who is at her father',
Wilson today sent to the Senate the a fairly good drinking water- night fireworks. force him to yield valuable patentsand try with certain limitations. Under home in New York, has denied that
following nominations: though we must confess we would not Governor Hodges and staff and secrets for the. refining of oil. this agreement, England, Germany or she has deserted the strikers. Her absence -
Minister to Ecuador, Charles H. hanker after drinking it. three companies of the Kansas National France, with Japan eliminated as a from Paterson since Tuesday
Hartman, of Montana. The Legislature looked into the guard are here for the outing. GOVERNOR DODGES ISSUE factor of danger, may go into Mex s'ie explained, by saying a sore throat
United States Judge, Northern Cal- matter of the Orlando sewerage sys. ico, protect the citizens and property kept her from her work.
ifornia, Maurice T. Dooling, of Cal- tern and passed a bill permitting sucha RAISE MONEY BY INCOME Atlanta, July 18.-For the first I and collect overdue claims to those t
ifornia. system as not in conflict with the TAXES time in his political career-and prob. countries out of revenues of Mexico, GOLF TODAY-TAMPA RETURNS
United States Attorney, Southern general bill prohibiting underground ably in his life-Governor "Jack" Sla-I the sole exception to foreign accession ORLANDO'S VISIT
ton has dodged an issue and has admitted that of the countries
California, Albert Schoonover, North.ern streams. Special to The Sentinel none nam-
Texas, James C. Wilson. We are glad Sanford thinks her wa- Atlanta, Ga., July 18.-Hoke Smith I that he was afraid to decidea ed shall acquire territory in Mexicon The best evidence of the good of
United States Marshal, Southern ter supply flows from Orlando San- attacked the present vogue of vast question that was submitted to his lieu of indemnities. This ingenius such an institution as the Country
district of Georgia, Joseph M. Davis. 'fordward, and we hope some of the distributing of charity by the wealthymen judgement: Let all friends of the gov- plan of dealing with Mexico obviated Club and golf links, to a community,
Commissioner of Mediation and II milk of human kindness will flow from of the nation in an address before ernor read further before they get difficulty recognized by President Wil- is the fraternal spirit generated it
Conciliation, William L Chambers, of. Sanford Orlandoward. i the Legislature today. The Snator sore.The son in recognizing Huerta as de jure the exchange of play between communities
District of Columbia; Assistant Com- I declared he would rather see the Gov- governor was called on this President and also obviated interven- thus creating a better
missioner of Mediation and Concilia MEMBERS DID NOT AGREE ; ernment rais e money by income taxes morning to pick the 100 most beautiful tion with army and navy of the United knowledge of the different parts of
tion, G. W. W. Hanger, District of I and spend it for such purposes than babies in Atlanta, in order that States in Mexico.AUTOMOBILE the State with each 'othe ..
Columbia. Special to The SentinelWashington i jto have the people indebted to a their photos might be sent off to aI A week or so ago Orlando's playen
July 18.-The failureof .;i clique of men for great charities. In I national habv show.. I TURNS TURTLE were oiuthe Tampa links, and right
TRAPPED BY FIRE. I, the Democratic members of the 'I advocating the Excise Tax Bill, Senator j "Why I wouldn't dare to do it for I I I royally tty were treated by the Tampa -
House Banking Committee today to1 Smith declared he was stronglyfor : anything in the world," exclaimed the I Columbus, 0., July 18.-Five per- golfers, and Orlando is more than
New York, July 18.-Two young)agree on the provision of Class, D,!' Constitutional authority to pass overnor.. "I know a thousand beau- sons, two women and three men, were delighted to have th opportunity todayto
men and a girl, trapped on the sixth I) Owen Currency Bill permitting the I the income tax which would apportion I' tiful babies in Atlanta. I shudder to seriously injured; one probably fatal return this courtesy and kindness.,
country banks to loan real estate security 'I think of what those thousand mothers ly, early today when the automobilein
floor of a burning loft building, ing! among entire citizenship the ex. I Of course, when the play starts today
West Twentieth street, today, stood caused an adjournment until penses of the Government. would do to me if I in my ignorance which they were returning to Co all friendship is off, for the time being
helpless amid the flames until their Monday. In the discussion, it was as-I I r tried to pick out the 100 prettiest lumbus, turned turtle at Worthington and every body goes in for blood.
took fire. ablaze certained that some members babies. Each one of them is the prettiest a suburb. The party had left
clothing They were I "JAP CHASERS" FINED $100 The Tampa players are, C. E. Ball
when firemen took them down a eigh- all loans on such securities, while I If you don't believe it, ask I the city last night on a joy ride. W. R. Bonacker, W. Bonacker, J.
ty-five foot ladder to the street. The others are desirous of having this I Steamboat Springs, Colo., July 18.- the child's own mother. She ought to The two injured young women are A. Coates, T. E. Lucas, B. M. Reed
three were badly burned and with three I privilege extended to reserve banks, :I Jack Scanion and Frank Vogle, parti- know best. Misses Esther Bescher and Geneva J. M. ifarvey, C. M. White, Frank
others were taken to hospitals. I favored the insertion of this provision cipants in the forcible expulsion of King, of Columbus. The men are Bentley, D. C.-Gillette, T. E. Bryan.
The building was occupied by skirt in the bill to meet the demand of Japanese laborers on the Denver and I GOLFERS TO ORLANDO. Claude Southard, Bellefontaine, 0., Those playing on the Orlando link
and button manufacturers. Fortunate I the farming communities.ONE Salt Lake Railroad extension Tues I back said to be broken, probably fa- just now are II. C. Babcock, Dr.
ly most of the employes had not reported day night, were convicted and fined i Tampa Team Going There SaturdayFor tally injured; Roy Kissinger and Ros- Stapg, L Dolive, W. M. Brittain, H. I
for work when the blaze broke HUNDRED HURT IN PANIC $100 each in the Justice Court last Ii A Game. I ten Medbery, Columbus real estate T. Lattner, Judge Warlow, Carl B.
out I i night T. Ed. Bryan is captain of a team men, injuries serious. Robinson, B. Drew, N. P. Yowell, J. .
Newark N. J., July 18.-Nearly one I that will go to Orlando Saturday L Guernsey, S. Way, Mr. Wrenn, Bon
DEMAND PROTECTION hundred persons, many of them children COMMISSION WINS morning to play an eighteenholematch TARIFF LAW BY SEPT.15.: ny Beacham, Mr. Rogers Turner
with the crack team in Orlando.
were injured, fortunately not
Evans, Cestia Lawton, Mr. Johnson,
Washington, July 18.-In responseto more than two of them seriously I Orangeburg, S C., July 17.-By a The Orlando bunch visited Tampa Washington D. C., July 18.-Majority Kenneth Guernsey, Joseph Guernsey,
Consul Hamm's request for pro enough to be taken to hospitals, in a vote of 270 to 68 Orangeburg today last week and made a decided cleanupof Leader Underwood of the House Ralph Yearby, Mr. Cardenas, CarjDann
tection for Americans in"the Durango panic at a moving picture exhibitionhere adopted the commission form of the local players, but things have expects that the tariff bill will be enacted Jas. L Giles, Dr. Sylvan McEL.
section, the state department has de-I I last night. The stampede follow. The new plan calls for government a changed since then, and the Tampa into law by September 15. Mr. roy. Many of Orlando's players being A
manded action from the Mexican Fed- ed the setting of a flashlight to take team expects to come back Saturday Underwood said yesterday he believed out of the city.
Mayor at a salary of $600 a and
!I of the crowds. The year i I night with real blood. the bill would be passed by the Sen-
eral authorities. The department went [a photograph Just how Orlando \\llline today
I two commissioners at $300 each. The up
failure of the hundreds of foreigners I Ed. Bryan C. E Ball, W. R. Bon- ate by September and not more than
further than usual, in that it request. campaign has been hard fought and j'j'T. will not b' ..known until the Tampa
notice flashed I T. E. Lucas, B. M. Reed, J. M. ten days or two weeks would be need- "
j i to ,
ed the Federal government to dispatch present a attracted much interest. I me narrive, but somehow she hopesto
troops from Torreon. I I 1 upon the screen, that the picture Harvey, C. N White, Frank Bentley, ed to perfect the bill in conference. pick ten players who will be ableto
Consul Hamm has previously reported -I would be taken is believed to account BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG 11 11I D. Collins Gillet, J. A. Coates, J. H. "By the middle of September th$ get into the game and make it interesting -
Bonacker the team.
composed -Tampa house will have the
foreigners irrespective of nationality -'for the panic. LEAGUES currency for Tampa.
Times. bill and the tariff bill will have
being held revolutionists
I I I The probable line-up for Orland
for ransom in Durango. The prisoners I CUTS HIS THROAT I I Special to The Sentinel i I come a law," said Mr Underwood. in today's battle will be:
ELLIS EDMONDS CAPTUREDSpecial "The length of the session after that
at time included the archbishop
one National Lattner, Yearby, Dr. Stagg, Brit-
of Durango. Decatur, Ala., July 18.-Pinned be- New York, 3; St. Louis, 4; second I I to the Sentinel I I depends entirely upon the disposition !!!t tain, Dolive, C. Robinson, J. L Guern.
neath overturned locomotive Hus Cairo, 111., July .-Ellis Edmonds, of the Senate to go to work on the ;II Yowell
an game, 5 and 0. I i ser, Drew, Beacham.
NEW BRITISH MINISTER ton Fleming, an engineer, put an end Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 12. I I the negro captured here tonight who'I II currency bill. :! The Orlando links are in good condition A
I'to his life tortures by cutting his own I Boston-Chicago, rain. I was accused of attempted rape on !! I and the rain of yesterday will
London, July 18.-Sir Lionel Edward j throat late last night when spectators I Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, 5. a )"oungwhite woman of McGee I I PHYSICIAN DIES A HERO only serve to put the greens in good
Gresley Carden, at present the I of his plight refused his request to kill j!j American Springs, near Blankville, Ky., and condition.
British Minister to the Central Amer. him. i i Detroit, 5; Boston, 1. seriously cutting her brother, who Townada, Pa., July 18.-Dr. W. F.
lean states, was today appointed Brit-I j Fleming, with Floyd Hamlin, an air:, Cleveland, 2; New York, 5. came to her assistance. The report Randall, one of the best known phy- ; HOITEST DY.' .
ish Minister to Mexico in place of'inspector, was testing a new locomo-i Chicago, 1; Philadelphia, 4. of the negroe's capture was sent to sicians in Northern Pennsylvaia, met i,
Francis William Stronge. tive in the Louisville & Nashville i:I St Louis, 1; Washington, 5. McGee Springs and the news reached death last night at Dushore trying to'', Atlanta Ga., July 18.-At 1:30
Sir Lionel, who married in 1881 I yards, when it was hurled oYer-I Southern Cairo that large crowds of Ken save the life of a workman. He went i i o'clock Thursday afternoon the official .,..,..
Anne Eliza, daughter of John Lefferts, tracks by a switch engine and Memphis, 2; Chattanooga, 1. I tuckians werecoming to lynch him. down into a 55-foot well to rescue aI thermometer of the weather bureau
of New York, has had considerable turned. Hamlin died today. i iI Birmingham, 11; Mobile, 7. Tonight the negro was rushed to a digger, who had been overcome by !' showed that the day was the hottest
diplomatic experience in Mexico. I Atlanta, 11; New Orleans, 1. place of safety. The wouldbelynchers gas, and also fell a victim of the i!; so far experienced this month and
I FLORIDA WOMAN SUICIDES Montgomery, 5; Nashville, 8; second have not yet appeared. fumes, plunging to the bottom of the i was likely to be the hottest seen in
MAKES RECORD SPEED' game, 4 and 2. excavation. He struck on his head,I) Atlanta this year.
I I New York, July 17.-Mrs* Tracy South Atlantic AMERICANS WON and died in a few hours. The well- ,, The murcury had reached 95 degree
Danzig, Germany, July 18.-The I Lewis, wife of a weatthy rubber manufacturer Savannah, 2; Charleston, 0. Special to the Sentinel digger was rescued by other persons, ,but one degree below the record for t
new twenty.five thousand ton armor- of Beacon Falls, Conn.,I I Columbus, 3; Jacksonville, 2. Wimbledon, Eng., July 18....:..The and will recover I{ this summer, 96 degrees, on June f 1?
ed cruser Zydlitz at her trials today eluded her nurse in a private sanita- Albany, 9; Macon, 6. United States' lawn tennis team, composed and 18.The .
made a record speed of twentynineknots rium here today and either leaped or CarolinaWinston of McLoughlin, American WEATHER REPORT I prediction at the weather bureau ,
an hour. fell four stories to her death. Before -Salem,17; Greensboro, 9. champion, and R. N. Willians, easily was that by ealy afternoon, generally *
her marriage she was Miss Edith Gil- Asheville, 2; Durham, 2, ten innings defeated the Canadians here today in Local showers Saturday and Sun I the hottest part of the day, the
Have your cards engraved and be len and her home was in Florida. She darkness. both singles. Matches of final round day except generally fair in north mercury would equal the record mark I ,
up-to-date. Curtis 4 O'Neal. has suffered from nervous trouble. Raleigh, 8; Charlotte. 3. I ito I select challenger against England. west portion. j lof $ and possibly would pass it i
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GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Business Boosters (classified adver- Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs. desiring to make changes in

clothing store of Bono Bros., tisements) received after 10 o'clock, E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. I their advertisements must have their
midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
'an Bay street in Jacksonville, was I to Classify" column. Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in'I' copy in this office not later than noon

entered through a rear window early Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately North Georgia and she has decided to i i of each day to insure publication.

Sunday afternoon and $.100 in cash Regular DownpourOF 30 words--one time, 25 re-establish her home there so will I
stolen. I cents; three times 50 cents; one week rent her home here with the privilege .SHOP SERVICE-The1! very best
(six daily and one weekly editions) I I and quickest. No waiting. Free
I $1.00; one month, $3.00.MISCELLANEOUS. of purchase to responsible parties. filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps
The Miami Metropolis says city water -i --- 1 Reasonable I terms will be given. I, W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east ;Pine

at Buena Vista now seems an assured I ___ Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and street.

thing. Practically the entire BARGAINS Money to loan on improved prop- !I!' other desirable properties. No. 407 I BARGAIN IN A PRESS :
Jl,000 bonus required to secure the I'erty. S. Y! WAY.. South Orange aveune. Opposite the
extension of the mains has been secured. I i i High School Building. Jul3 tf. || Two revolution, seven-column quarto -
FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real j Campbell press. Does good work.A .
I Estate see Jansen & Watkins FOR RENT bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando -
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Lewis Lendez, -- ---- --- ': furnihed. ; |' Fla.
a young attorney -- FOR RENT-Six room house, :

who recently moved to Jacksonville ANY y SUIT I IN STOCK MONEY erty. See TO Jansen LOAN-On& Watkins.city prop- 1 trally. located.Apply No. 7, Gould street.29-16 Cen- j OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR

from Key West, is planning to organize -241m.I I'I : ADVERTISERS

a company of the National I FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
Guard in Jacksonville, to be composed Go to W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine all modern conveniences. Garage !, WHO WISH TO BE AS PROGRESSIVE

entirely of Jewish young men. V $11.00 street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To-I,: for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply' AND UP-TO-DATE AS

bacco, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf 515 East street. 5-15 tf TilE TOWN IS ITSELF-

The report is current that Coronada FOR I j WE HAVE ENGAGED
When you want something anddon't RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- ;
Beach is to have a magnificent hotel, I i i nished and unfurnished. !! TilE SERVICES OF
know where to find it, call De-
to be operated both during summer REGULAR PRICES $23.00, $22.50, JAMES A. KNOX. I AN EXPERT AD
Laney & Abernethy, Phone 2. Ifi! 6-26tf.
led winter. It is also said that the I i WRITER
$18.00XD $15.00. SEE CIRCULARS they don't carry it they will tell you I
sane company will construct a new where to find what you want. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger Ii i A man thoroughly qualified to han
and modern bridge across the river at FOR PRICES ON OTHER ( touring car. Large and roomy. dle business ad
I 7-17 4t any proposition, a nan
4-20 tf
New the
Smyrna connecting pennin-
i competent to bring out all the salient
sula with the main line.-Tarpon j Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock I WANTED of
I points your business, a man thoroughly :
Springs Leader. | of Fancy Groceries to the store on the
conversant with the
I technique
corner of Pine and Orange Ave. for I WANTED-Second hand four-pass I
Ford. Must be of your individual requirements. Give
i enger good
Rev. J. 0. Thompson, one of the merly occupied by H. C. Robertson dition. Address "0. K." Sentinel con Of I him an opportunity of demonstrating

oldest ministers in the state, is taking Brown & and will be ready for business Friday I I fice. i I The cost will be but nominal and the

great interest in the proposal to establish Lartigue morning. 7-10 tf. GOT TO GO i positive results financially gratifying.
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a Y. M. C. A. in St. Peters- : Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; anew

Burg. Dr. Thompson joined the secondy. i, hotel; has all modern conveniences I For the next two weeks I will sell I GOING AWAY?

M. C. A. to be established in the Men's and Boys' Outfitters !I ; fronts on Ocean just south 1 for cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas, If so, don't forget to have the Daily

the United States and became a member -' lof ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day pumkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans, Sentinel follow you-mailed every day
in the second year of the asso- : | and upwards. Special rates by the I j I Ij I pickles, salmon, dressing, oysters, maple to your summer home. No exraCOOUNO...

tiation's existence in this country. i, i j week or month. We make a special syrup, confections, butter and ex ,

'I to increase the efficiency of the port of I which has large phosphate elevatorsan I ty of sea food dinners Thursday evenings tracts.T. .

Jacksonville was visited by an ex- .Jacksonville within the next week immense coal chute and car shops,I and Sunday noon. 78tf. J. SHEPARD, No 5, Pine street.

ceedingly hard downpour of rain Suniay 'will be the installation of a new Government while the Standard Oil Company hasa I FOR SALE 7-15 6tTRIPS REVIVING

afternoon. Weather bureau reports dredge for the sole use of the large plant there. The main purpose I TO RUSSELS POINT. -
show that the amount of .Jacksonville district and which will of the
precipitation board of trade is to secure FOR SALE-New modern five-room I
was the greatest that has :supplant the former old style affair appropriations by Congress that will house, centrally located. Apply this Those wishing to make trips foi II I II

secured on the same date during the : j that was used for a long time in river insure a greater depth of water than office. 7-1 d & w tf Business or pleasure, should see micr I
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past forty-two years, the record showing j,work. This latest improvment was; at present, which is nearly thirty feet BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice-- prices. Prompt service guaran 3

a fall of two and fifteen one-hun- i ]purchased by the War Department at -Tampa Note in Times-Union. suburb in east part of the city. Carl 1 teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fl a

dredths inches. I :Washington, the entire cost representing Jensen. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf

some $94,000. The new dredge is OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERY- OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I

Epi Rosengren of Homestead was I'a really wonderfull mechanical plant BODYIf to the Northeast of the city andI GRAIN AND-- -FEED- -STORE--

struck on the head by a pole which I :and is capable of doing a great variety still have some choice lots there. Geo Chick has opened a grain and

flew into the air when the cable on a I ] of harbor and river work. you want to buy or sell a house Carl Jensen. feed store on Boone street, between ICE COLD SODA
If have I
you an apartment to rent
log puller broke Friday afternoon, and or FOR SALE-Two good sound and Church and South street, where he
I are looking for a tenantIf gentle mules. Fine workers fcnd The top notch of soda quality-
was instantly killed. His skull was Port Tampa City, the bustling little if taken at Call is prepared to serve the public with
you want to buy a farm-or havea a once. on
erred from the best up-to-date Coun-
fractured and his face was crushed seaport town at the end of the peninsula suburban home for sale- or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando everything in the feed line. He respectfully

into a pulp. Rosengren was 28 years : and some nine miles from Tampa, If you want to do anything with Fla. 7-10 d & w solicits a portion of your tains.

cf age and leaves a young son of j has formed a board of trade with J. real estate-you can do it through the FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, trade. 6.27lmANNOUNCEMENT This is the weather you'll enjoy it

seven years. He was working on a W. Lynn as president. Other officers columns of the Sentinel. Remington, made by Starr Piano best-drop in today and get a genuine
new road pulling stumps when the accident Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,
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own be bracer.
your profit sure 1''
occured. you slightly used, good shape in every rspelt. e- SHOP SERVICE-No charge for
]ly choose a secretary. Port Tampa read the Sentinel. .
Will make some reduction for filling oil lamps, pumping tires with All flavors.BUTT'S .
I City is the town and Port Tampa the II cash. Music with same. For further
Another improvement that will tend 1 terminus of the Atlantic Coast Line, Subscribe for the Sentinel. information apply to P. 0. Box 114 air filtered of water and grease I W. Kandy Kitchen
Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street i

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FLORIDAThe GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Business Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified adver- -B utilul-hon-: and grounds of Mrs.I desiring to make changes in

iseaents) received after 10 o'clock E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. I their advertisements must have their
clothing store of Bono Bros., will be in the "Too Lateo
midnight run
\ Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in copy in this office not later than noon
an Bay street in Jacksonville, was Classify" column.
entered window Boosters of five lines, or less-apiroximately North Georgia and she has decided to of each day to insure publication.
through a rear early
j 30 words one time, 25 re-establish her home there so will i I -
Sunday afternoon and $400 in cash Regular DownpourOF SHOP SERVICE The1 best
cents three times 50 week very
I : ; ants; one rent her home here with the privilegeof j
stolen. i ii (six daily and one weekly editions) and quickest No waiting. Free
i 1.00: ; one month, $3.00. purchase to responsible parties. filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I. .
I Reasonable terms will be given. | W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine
The Miami Metropolis city wa-j
says MISCELLANEOUSMoney Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and j street.
ter at Buena Vista now seems an assured -- -- -- --- .
thing. Practically the entire j I 8ARGAINSSmT to loan on improved prop- ,, other desirable properties. No. 407 BARGAIN IN A PRESS
South Orange aveune. Opposite the
Tty. S. !
11,000 bonus required to secure the i High School Building. Jul3 tf. Two revolution, seven-column quarto

extension of the mains has been se-j FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Real :' Campbell press. Does good work.

:: cured. 1 Estate see Jansen & Watkins FOR RENT : A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando

--- I 6-24-lm. I --I Fla.

f Lewis Lendez, a young attorney ANY I IN STOCK HONEY TO LOAN-On city prop- I FOR ed.RENT-Six Apply No. 7 room, Gould house street., furnish-Centrally '!j OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR

who recently moved to Jacksonville erty. See Jansen & Watkins. ;, located. 29-16..:
r from Key West, is planning to or- 6241m. ADVERTISERS

fanize a company of the National FOR RENT-Five room cottage with I
Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine all modern conveniences. Garage WHO WISH TO BE AS PROGRESSIVE -
Guard in Jacksonville, to be composed I II i I
street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply : AND UP-TO-DATE AS
entirely of Jewish young men. : $11.00
515 East street. 5-15 tf
Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf TilE TOWN IS ITSELF-

The report is current that Coronada I When you want something and FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- WE HAVE ENGAGED
1 i nished and unfurnished. TilE SERVICES OF 11
Beach is to have a magnificent hotel,I ion't know where to find it, call De-
to be operated both during summer I REGULAR PRICES $23.00; 2250.. Laney & Abernethy, Phone 2. If 6-26 tf.FOR I WRITER

and winter. It is also said that the $18.00 AND $15.00. SEE CIRCULARS they don't carry it they will tell you
HIRE-Nice seven I A man thoroughly qualified to handle
same company will construct a new where to find what you, want. I passenger
touring car. Large and I
FOR PRICES OX OTHER roomy. any business ad proposition, a man
and modern bridge across the river atNew 7-17 4t 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.
Smyrna, connecting the pennin- I competent to bring out all the salient
sula with the main line.Tarpon I GOODS Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stockof I WANTED I points of your business, a man thoroughly
I ..
I Fancy Groceries to the store on the conversant with the technique
Springs Leader. corner of Pine and Orange Ave. for-I WANTED-Second hand four-pass I of your individual requirements. Give
enger Ford. Must be in good con-
merly occupied by H. C. Robertsonand him of
dition. Address 0. K. Sentinel Of- an opportunity demonstrating
Rev. J. 0. Thompson, one of the I
will be ready for business Friday fice. The cost will be but nominal and the
oldest ministers in the state, is taking I
Brown & Lartigue morning. 7-10 tf. I results
positive financially gratifying.
great interest in the proposal to establish --_-- ---- GOT TO GO I

a Y. M. C. A. in St. Peters- I Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a GOING AWAY
For the next two weeks I will sell
Burg. Dr. Thompson joined the secondY. new hotel; has all modern conveniences '
Men's and Boys' Outfitters ; Ocean southof for cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas, If so, don't forget to have the Daily
fronts on just
M. C. A. to be established in the ; I
pumkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans, Sentinel follow you-mailed every day
Rates $2.50 day
the United States and became a member ocean pier. per
I pickles, salmon, dressing, oysters, ma- I to your summer home. No extra
in the second year of the asso- I I I and upwards. Special rates by the
I! ple syrup, confections, butter and ex- I
tiation's existence in this country. week or month. We make a specialty

to increase the efficiency of the port of which has large phosphate elevatorsan of sea food dinners Thursday even- tracts.T. COOUNOREVIVING
SHEPARD, No 5, Pine street.
within the next week immense coal chute and ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf.
Jacksonville was visited by an exceedingly ; car shops, 7-15

hard downpour of rain SunSay will be the installation of a new Gov- while the Standard Oil Company hasa j FOR SALE 6tt. !
-- I
afternoon. Weather bureau reports ernment dredge for the sole use of the large plant there. The main*pur- I j TRIPS TO RUSSELS POINT. DELICIOUS

show that the amount of pre- Jacksonville district and which will pose of the board of trade is to secure FOR SALE-New modern five-room I

eipitation was the greatest that has supplant the former old style affair appropriations by Congress that will house, centrally located. Apply this Those wishing to make trips foi I
office. 7-1 d & w tf Business should .
or see m
secured on the same date during the that was used for a long time in river insure a greater depth of water thanat ---- -- --- -

past forty-two years, the record show- .work. This latest improvment was; present, which is nearly thirty feet. BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice or prices. Prompt service guaran

ing a fall of two and fifteen one-hun- purchased by the War Department at -Tampa Note in Times-Union. suburb in east part of the city. Carl teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.
Jensen. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
dredths inches. Washington, the entire cost representing r

some $94,000. The new dredge is OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERY- OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision GRAIN AND FEED STORE
to the Northeast of the city and
wonderfull mechanical plant BODYIf
a really -- --- .
of Homestead
Epi Rosengren
was I still have choice lots there.
some Geo Chick has opened a grain and
and is capable of doing a great variety
struck on the head by pole which
a want to sell houseIf Carl Jensen.
of harbor and river work. you buy or a feed store on Boone street between ICE COLD SODA
into the
flew air when the cable
on a you have an apartment to rent or FOR SALE-Two good sound and Church and South street, where he
log puller broke Friday afternoon, and are looking for a tenantIf gentle mules. Fine workers and is prepared to serve the public with The top notch of soda quality-

was instantly killed. His skull was Port Tampa City, the bustling little you want to buy a farm-or havea a bargain, if taken at once. Call on everything in the feed line. He respectfully -; served from the best up-to-date foun
fractured and his face was crushed end of the or address C. Whitney Wright, Or-
seaport town at the penin- suburban home for sale- tains.
lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w solicits a portion of your
into a pulp. Rosengren was 28 yearsof sula and some nine miles from Tampa, If you want to do anything with
trade. 6.27lmANNOUNCEMENT This is the weather you'll enjoy it
age and leaves a young son of has formed a board of trade with J. real estate-you can do it through the FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, -- -
made by Starr Piano best-drop in today and get a genuine
seven years. He was working Remington,
on a
W. Lynn as president. Other officers I columns of the Sentinel.For .
Richmond Ind. Cost $700
Co., new,
new road pulling stumps when the accident have been elected and they will short- your own profit, be sure you 'slightly used, good shape in every re- SHOP SERVICE-No charge for bracer.

occured. ly choose a secretary. Port Tampa read the Sentinel. t spect. Will make some reduction for filling oil lamps, pumping tires with All flavors.BUTT'S .

is the town and Port Tampa the J leash. Music with same. For further
City air filtered of water and grease. I W.
information to P. 0. Box 114 Kitchen
Another improvement that will tend terminus of the Atlantic Coast Line, Subscribe for the Sentinel. Winter Garden apply, Fla. 7-10-dwtf Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street. Kandy

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Part a Silver Inkstand Played In Everything in Drugs ; I

shaped the destinies of natiuus. According WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST
to a story in the New York i
Tribune, a small silver inkstand and Special Bargains during the remainder of this montru
the quick wit of a prime minister once / Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all steles
plajtnl .it iuii>ortant part in the history DeLaney & Abernethy and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
of the Netherlands. body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.Ladies' .
William 111., kin;: of the Netherlands,
$ I < Shirtwaists from 4Sc up.
was a man of violent and ungovernable
,1rr. Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
temper. Although in general a clever f. $
Gingham, from 9Sc
statesman, he was Inclined, for some I f.t up.
reason or other, to involve Holland in I y .N, Children's Dresses, in all shIes, sizes and colors,
the trouble that was brewing between t from 25c up.Ladies' .
Frame and Germany in IbTU. He was Skirts, in Linen and Serges, in all
TRY O Ull ]1
deaf to the appeal of his ministers. .. J styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up:
who foresaw the ruin to the -
country I
The Best JEvermMiiiHiMmmnttiiMHMMiMaMMiHiiiiMH l Dry Goods at a special reduction.Ladies' .
that war Mould bring. I
Thorbeike. the prime minister, resolved and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
to nuke one last attempt to i + Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
change his soverign's/ resolution. On 2 Hats from 25c up.
entering the royal prebeiiie Thorbetke I HfltMMMMttHHIMtMMMMMMMMMUMMMlANGE Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
was greeted with a rough "Good morning Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.-
What's the news?" & BATES Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.

"Nothing particular, jour majesty. I I Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up
Only the people of The Hague are talkIng ROOM 5, HAND BLOCK PHONE 156JOllllllllltOIDIIIIIII.II..I.I..IIIIIIII. Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles '
a great deal of nonsense about your
majesty." I .' and colors, from 50c up. e

"About we!" exclaimed the monarch, Boys' Pants from 25c up.
in wrath. "What do they, say about:: tiiWNiiWSirielWN1tINWtdtNNvW ir+ rrtrN liiKietiilHirt/ Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 4Sc up.
me I Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
"Well, sir" answered the old statesman Ij LIGHT THE Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition -
"The Haguers declare that your in chinaware to
we give away premiums everybodywho

mad majesty!" Before has he become could stark utter, another staring I PATH TO PROSPERITY I trades with us. '

word King William, his face purple We want Jour trade and we assure you that Ire will

with fury jumped up and seized a J give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar- ,
heavy silver inkstand, with the intention J'I C I antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and!
of hurling it at the head of the 3 Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. 1

premier. Fortunately a projecting an- 'I their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- Ie If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
gle of the inkstand caught in the table-
cloth and dragged it off the table with cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
everything it. In the confusionthe H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando
upon customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts ,
discharge of the missile was delayed
for a moment I! like an irresistible magnet, drawing ,all the I WMM.'iiiti.'WHI
"Sire," exclaimed Thorbecke quietly,
trade within its reach: That is the reason
If your majesty hurls that beautiful ; i .
Inkstand at my head The Haguera will j'i i they command the attention of buyers. Ij f
have much reason for their assertion! HMMIIIIMIIIMIMMIIiiMMIHHMMMMMMM

silence For a at minute his minister.the angry Then king gazed he grad In :j i i i For Every Store OwnerNo I

ually lowered his arm and replaced the : i i ii THE OAKlANDTHE
inkstand on the table. He walked to : i
one of the windows and stood lookingout ;, i> matter how small his business, the Elec.

for a few minutes. Returning to : i tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I
the table he resumed his seat and ;; i i CAR Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
aid, as if nothing had happened: ; i advertising.Phone .
"And now tell me what you have got >: i ii ii i for our Sign Designer to call and sub THAT EVERYBODYIS
to eay." < i AND SALT MEATS
An hour later when the statesman (; i ii ii i mit a sketch.
left be carried with him the monarch's (( i i No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. FISH AND GAME
promise to issue a proclamation that
would declare the neutrality of Hoi ftc(: i ii i ABOUTASK Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

land. c i iC FOR DEMONSTRATION Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh


Algeria's Stone Cataract I le Called "the I i We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Bath of the Damned." COOK WITH GAStllHIIMIMMMMIMtMIMIMIMIMIIMMMMMMI MAGRUDERNot everything in the Meat Line.
With all the beauty of a cataract of
tiring water there is In Algeria a remarkable -

petrified waterfall which recently ___ __ ___ _ -
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has been engaging the attentionof The PARLOR MARKET
scientists. This is the Hammam-
Meskhutin which means "the bath of

the miles damned from "Constantine and it is located on the sixty-two site of ORLANDOBUSINESS S I ir C lla Corsets H. M. Self & Co.

the ancient town of Cirta.

This solidified cascade Is the production COLLEGE (Not Sold in Stores) 18-20 PINE STREET
of calcareous deposits from sul
phurous and ferruginous mineral Wear a corset aide to fit 701. Ask Phone No. 80iMiMMMiMMIMMtmiiMMIIMMtMIMHIMMII
springs, Issuing from the depths of the for a demonstration Call or send post I
card to8PIRELLA
earth at a temperature of 05 degrees C.
"The bath of the damned," even froma CORSET PARLORS
looks for all the MODERN COURSES IN
near viewpoint 118 West St, Cor. South Orlando, Fla.MRS. .
world like a great wall of water dash .
J. VANBUSKIRK. Corsctiere
ing into a swirling pool at its foot yet Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation -
its gleaming, graceful curves and the
apparently swirling eddies at Its base Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, J MHMMMIMMMMMMMYOU FRANK HYRESArtificial
fixed and immovable if
are as as carved
'I Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law, 1
from the face of a granite cliff. WILL SAVE MONEY 1I:
Many centuries have, of course goneto Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all I
the making of the deposits and the By Getting Prices on your : Stone
springs were well known to the ancient Branches of Civil Service. Brick and Stone Work i I
Romans. The name Ilammam-uesk- Before Building.
hutin was given to the stone cataractIn Phone Write
an allusion to the legend that the
waterfall was petrified by Allah, punishing Acme Brick and Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
the Impiety of unbelievers by Teachers in Charge. Diplomas u M Foundations, all styles of Concrete
turning all the members of a tribe into StoneVorks p
Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu Columns, and Balusters, also all kindsof
stone. At night so the story run Its
stone dwellers of the remote past are I ates. MAITLAND, FLORIDA Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
freed from their strange fetters come Colored Facings
to life and resume their normal shapes. Patronize Home Institutions.For "tiMIMmillMinMltllMoney 1
Illustrated London News. j
to loan on improved pn>p'

Old Love and New Rug. Prices and Terms call on or address: erty. S. Y. WAY. Phone 159-Works, Livingston Ave. on R.R.
"Thohe people next door to us bare Shanibarger's for bicycles and

they boon"Perhaps?"married they a have long, but time their, haven't honeymoon Sundries. -- -tf I - - ---
B -
"How Isn't do you over figure yet"that out?" I, Orlando I Bus i ues D Colleae II i iTHIRD .lltMIMIIMMMMMMIMIIMMMIIHMIIIMMMIMIItMMMMiHiiMnillMMW. --

"Well, It was awfully sloppy last
night but when he came home she FLOOR PHONE 597
made him step Inside and kiss her before -
she told him to go back on the HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA. M. SLEMONSWhere
porch and wipe his feet" j .
"Well honey, wouldn't you"I .
j MIIIIIIIMMt* 44gjgigfglgl
"No, I wouldn't! We've got a new
rugM! -Cleveland Plain Dealer. 1

A correspondent-Fork-_and points.Cake.a curious antipodean -I, R READTHESENTffiEL L r FOR THE NEW Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

fashion. In New Zealand la-I .
dies eat cake with a fork and the HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"
son is the shortage of domestic '' I I ffiffil! !Wmr el ifr J'r1 J 'r u J f J J efsPcr J J J %efrJFla !r1 rr'dfrJ J ir rv 2 i 1 and found comfort
Other have and
serv-j' 4 people service in them-So would you.
ants. You don't see the ( &!rte

Well the New Zealand lady BO Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind.
I They are
hl'r housework that it is
has to do. own Best the
the fashion at afternoon teas to keepIofs I The is CheapestSO known all over the country one of the best makes,

, on-in mercy to possible roughened
hlIHls-whelll'e the fork of thcake. -- GET THE BEST OF I We sell Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $i.50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 .

.-London Chronicle. We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. .

-- We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 ; ._

Modest Child.little Paints and Wall PaperTHE I Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
At a social gathering a girl recited .
"The Charge of the LIcht Bri- I We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

gade. leaching the line "Into thejaws lilt WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS I $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.
of death into the mouth of"she -
paused and lookltg around added: GRAND AND J WILL BE PLEASEDTO Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.

"Where papa\ told ancle to go'last SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.


Jones-James. I 4eard you using pro-
fanity to the horses this forenoon.
Coachman-, sub; no, sub! !'. very GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 W. M. SLEMONS4tMIIIMMIIIIIIIIIItlMIIIIMMMillHMMIMMMtliiflf
careful ob de horses, sub! I was talk-
in' to my wife Bah-Kansis! CIty Star. ..... f'i]f'i]
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South Fior.da Sentinel It is generally conceded that the
TAINING PARKS weather is too hot for the man :
MORNING AND WEEKLY summoning of Ambassador Wilson to

-Entered at the poet office at Orlando, The action of the city council Fri- Washington is not over significant.It of kindling the house wood, to but get just out about and right split I: T rrij t ijl
is also conceeded that the condi- Experiellee'Yt
Florida u Second Class Mail Matter. day night reminds us a good deal of tions in Mexico are intolerable, andif to go to the Country Club and split the : ll llThe

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the old time process of pulling a small left alone will be another case of air with a golf ball and lug fifteenor

boy's tooth. It used to take a mighty Kilkenny Cats. twenty pounds of caddy bag around

THE DAILY SENTINEL long time to get the string around it the links.It .
If the Mexicans alone were concerned -:
One Year $5.00 and then the other boy had to do a.. I is not often that a paper editorially -
in this strife it might matter little -

Six Months ..... .. ...... .... 2.50 good deal of persuading to be allowed to the other nations, other than calls attention to blunders on

:ihree! Months... .. .eo eo eo.eo 1.25 to tie a rock to the other end of that such inhumane conduct is to be its own editorial page, but how such

the string, but when he finally got the I crass ignorance escaped notice as in

By news carrier in Orlando 50 cents pertionth. boy wanting the tooth pulled to shut deplored on the part of any nation, the above paragraph are at a loss
Daily and Sunday. but the matter of large property interests .I
his eyes l long enough for the rock to to understand.The .
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found representing holdings from
be thrown out of the window the agony man is, not born who can successfully -
"to tale in Orlando at Curtis & Neal'i Book many nations, creates a situation
was all over and everybody fealt bet- bring a charge against any
Jkore, and Wright Brothers.We that has to be dealt with sooner or
golfer of not splitting kindling wood,
will appreciate prompt complaint if ter.The later.
carriers. City Fathers have commended or, for that matter, of not bringingthe
slivery is not promptly by our Americans own more in Mexico and
: themselves to the entire communityas water and helping in the cookingand
-u.-rtia g rates will be-furnished on ap- consequently their losses are the
j&cation. having acumen and goodly under- in the washing of the dishes. -_ /
greater. England practically owns
standing in finally penetrating the Who ever heard of a golfer appear-
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the railroads of that country. France
public mind and ascertaining the wishes ing in a divorce court? Or having
Jor year, by mail postage paid Jl.OO has large speculative holdings and
of the people. brought against him of those
>Hress "THE SENTINEL. Orlando, Florida. Germany has large interests in agriculture any Classiest of all RoadstersAbsolutelyWell
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building This city is amply able to stand a and a nation-wide hardware things that cause domestic infelicity I

Phone 24 bond issue of $100,000.00 for good I ? : Built-Easy Riding and Comfort-
business. One can readily under-
streets and everyone knows that she It is a pity such a blundering parI :

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor stands sadly in need of them. It has I stand that the powers are not goingto I agraph should have found its way in able-So Stylish and Well Finished
sit idly by and see all the material I
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor been the talk for some time that the I print and necessitated this correction,
values of Mexico destroyed, the factis that Owners of
worst roads in Orange county are in-I and just at that time too, when the : High Priced
that all that is worth while in the
SATURDAY, JULY 19TH, 1913.A side the city limits This ought not to Tampa golfers make their first ap- Cars Proud '
nation has been put there by outsid- are to use the
It the inconveniencesthe in Orlando.
injures city, pearance i io

man without ambition is as useless people, is detrimental to property I ers'The conflict between Governor : "LITTLE FOUR"for

as a last year's dog license. values and is all around regretable. Clara Loewus a lady music
I Caranza, the Constitutionalist, and the I'' young their Runabout
o The action of the council on the proposed student of Townada, New York, lives i iI
Huerta Government is not going to
Probably Mexico is waiting to around Lake Eola and the | :
park on fifty cents week while taking
play, in our judgment, a I Work
very conspicuous -
market her big bean crop before en- I making provision for general main- her musical education, but WilliamJ. :
part in what finally is done with
pging in another general revolution. tenance of parks, is most wise and I Bryan of Lincoln Nebraska and Washington a
I putting down strife in Mexico. The
o timely. While one may question the I D. C.. gives it out that he can '..

0, you smiling, cool and clever, not policy of not appropriating $3,000. in. press has already exaggerated ceretain ; not live on two hundred and fifty dollars H
claims purporting to be made
i-heating whatsoever, never needing stead of $2,000, as Mr. Sperry's offer i per week. But the young lady
by Germany and which have already
seer nor fan, sensible shirt waist man. conditions, it does enable the city to i will make music that will "soothe the

o accept Mr. Sperry's generous offer and been denied by the Government at breast" and the other gives off "har- I
Berlin. In these exaggerations, a I. W. r PhILLIPS &
An ordinary piano contains a mile makes the $3,000 certain. We say however, the Monroe Doctrine has I mony of sweet sounds" that stirs up SONS

ttf wire. American genius will yet makes it certain; because it cannot be turmoil from Boston harbor to the
been sited as making it I
benefit by inventing a wireless piano doubted that the direct benefit, to necessaryfor Golden Gate, and from the St. Paul
the other nations to demand of
for amateurs. property adjacent to the park, will be Pioneer Press to the Florida Times- 26 EAST PINE ST.WEDDING .
the United States the protecting of
o such as to create a willingness on the Union.
the of their citizens. I i
The Toledo Blade man says there part of those owning this property property I II MMIIIIIIIIMIHimmillllllMUH
I Ian
' The clause in the Monroe Doctrine
never be universal peace while to; make a subscription of $1,000 for -- -
refered to is, "To extend their
the neighbors permit their chickens to assuring the building of the park.

tan at large. N The levy of one mill in taxes for any portion of this hemisphere as
dangerous to our and safety."
o park purposes, in our judgement,
refering of to alien monarchs.
A man who won't take part in a should meet with general approbation.

jarade wth a sash on, or a banner The tax is insignificant and insures Whether foreign governments inter- GIFTS .
ference in Mexico for hte
4 ,' xi his hands, when he gets a chance for all time the keeping of the parksin protectionof
1 the property of its citizens wouldbe
to do it, is evidently not in sympathywith such condition as to make them attractive -
a violation of the Monroe Doctrine
the modern idea of publicity. and serve the purpose for
I we are unable to say, but it does not
o which they were built. It would be '
look so in the face of it.
July 30th has been decided most distressing to spend a goodlysum
At any rate the matter is serious The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,
in and then leave
ts the date for the suffragists to assemble building parks
and the somehow feels that
in Washingto D. C., and swoop them with no provision for their upkeep country Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
President Wilson has conducted him-
down upon Congress. monster auto which is often the case in small
self in the difficulties for the seeker.
so admirably wedding-gift
cities it is evidenced in the
mobile parade will precede the decent as unkept
I which have hitherto fronted his ad-
ipon the law makers. and unviting aspect that so many
ministration, that in this matter he These things are so varied in and
o parks in smaller towns present style price as to give
will handle himself in such
A New York man stole a car load Orlando feels like shaking hands a way as almost limitless choice.
to commend the conclusions of this
If pianos. He didn't carry the plun- with her Aldermen and saying to them *

der away, however.-Tampa Tribune. "If any hard things have been said! government to all powers interested.The .
President is a great listener, From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a
in the consider them unsaid
If he will come and steal one that past, as ,

gets nightly torturing in our block since these liberal measures on the I a shrewd observer and good on getting dollar and upward.
information at first hand. He be-
part of the Council are in line with
when want to will assist
we sleep, we ,
lieves in
liim to it the wishes of the majority of the people giving people a breathing The of selection is broad indeed
carry away. i spell. He is not a bull-dozer nor does range and in every case
o of the city.Investigations.

Rev. A. N. Williams, D. D., pastorof o I he seek to crowd into a corner. His the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
broad generosity is so exercised as
a MBethodist church in Columbus, just made by physi-I tained.
never to humiliate, and we feel somehow -
Ga., preached a sermon last Sunday on cians prove that there is an appre-I
I that the Mexican troubles are going -
Summer Sins and The Turkey Trot ciable harm from noise and serious .
to turn out well-all's well that Your most critical inspection is invited.T.H.vansthe .
to Hell. Excerpts from the press harm, too. It is no doubt true thata
ends well.
reports indicate that the sermon was normal nervous system can appar-

not so sensational as the wording of ently adjust itself to all sorts of ad. o
Dr. Joseph P. Cobb, of the Hahne-
the but full
polished topic, was of verse circumstances. We couldn't exist -

truths that needs must be plainly stated otherwise. Nevertheless, the inimical manon Medical College of Chicago,

in this day and age. agents make an impress, and, says: "Four hundred thousand babies
die annually from improper diet and I
o like water dripping on a stone, can
methods of breeding. Some writers: Jeweler
A man who will give up a job that overcome resistance in time. These
scout the idea that the world pays :
is paying him ten thousand dollarsa investigators have found many abnormal -
more attention to caring for its live
year, clear above expenses, to accept nerVous conditions in those
stock than it does to the care of the I I
a cabinet position that who have long been immersed in loud
babies, but it is largely a question of OPPOSITE POST OFFICE:
will not suport his family, is either noises utterly unaware that any harm
ignorance as for as the babies are concerned -
a full-sized patriot or has a consum- was being done.Subscribe I
and the results will be different I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
ing passion for place and power. I .
as the present campaign of education j
"The desire of power in excess caused I for the
Sentinel. for "better babies" progresses.
the angels to fall; the desire of knowledge !\
in excess, caused man to fall; :
hit in charity there is no excess,

neither can angel or man come in dan- Ii I
i i
ger by it.-Bacon.

o I CleanSweepSale
These are very exciting times. Miss

Billie Burke, the actress, has suffered -

a "slight inflamation of the vermi-

form appendix." Tyrus Cobb has

again Blossom been( ?)"indefinitely Browning was suspended.arrestedin SPECIALOne Begllllillg! Saturday Julie 28

slit quiet skirts old and Richmond Wm. J. Bryan for announces wearing- I'' I [ [ j,

that he cannot live and lay up ten i j

thousand dollars a' year, as he has I .
been doing, on his meager salary of Special
one thousand dollars per month as I i Continuing Through July 13

Secretary of Mr. Wilson's cabinet. I Fully EquippedTwo ;I

AU the above happening in one day

is enough and plunge to upset society our into political a general system Passenger i Free T GIVEN AWAY Free' T

turmoil out of which it cannot recover I

for another day. Runabout To the first hundred customers
o I I one entering my store tickets will

Ohio, which was formerly famous I I be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

is doing a wholesale business, is supplying $300.00

the United States with pres- f three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
idents, is now becoming noted or no-
Il selection of $5.00 Hat in the Store.
torious as a breeding place for storms l any

end floods. Since the devastatingfloods I
t I
that swept death and destruc-
tion through the Ohio Valley in the

spring, hardly a week has passed with I I

out destructive storms in some por-

tion of the Buckeye 'State. Perhaps I Marion B. Ives

they have a political Jonah that must I

be thrown overboard before the storms i

ibate. John D. lives in Cleveland and I

Roosevelt's Senatorial son-in-law resides -1: San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS '

in Cincinnati, not to mention

Prof. Taft and his brother, both of 1 Second Floor
Thorn call Ohio their home. J I I I


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F. N. BOARDMAN, 204-206 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDOWADE

The Atlantic Coast Line will run I I I Mr. W. P. Rogers left yesterday! STORM CAUSED DAMAGEThe HHIIilMIIMMItMIIMMMIHMMMMtCIHMMm

an excursion to Jacksonville next for Atlanta, Ga., on business.
Thursday. I I wind and rain storm .yesterday
THE TUNER I' Orlando is already beginning to fill afternoon blew down one hundred DONAC ClAM BOUillON L

ORLANDO. FLA. House or room for rent New peo- up with strangers.Mr. poles for the Postal Telegraph Com-

ple coming in usually look in the pany between Orlando and Jackson-

classified columns to see what is.of. C. H. Andrew's, representingthe i ville putting that line out of com- Will give you strengthJust
Brandon Nashville mission. The stuff for the Sen-
fered. Printing Company, -j press
Subscribe for The the food for weak stomachsIT'S
Do it right now.
tinel handled the Western Un-
spent yesterday in Orlando. was by
Daily Sentinel.Mr. .
Post cards received by friends in --- I ion last night.

Orlando from Mr. H. Clark Robertson, Miss Luedtke, one of the popular i iI
John Cook has gone to Flint, in Asheville, N. C., says: "We are hav-I nurses in Orlando, left yesterday to I Rob't. Davis has lately returned i

Michigan, on business. ing hot weather this week. Just as spend a few weeks at her old home' from a visit to the Pacific Coast and I PURE FOOD

soon be in Florida-a little rather." I in Kansas City. the Southwest. He experienced plenty Because manufactured by Cohoon Bros.
There is bloom showing in 'I
quite a
of cool weather and some that was

many orange groves over the coun- Mr. J. L Hazels is building a hand-1---1, ,:I as warm or warmer than Florida. He I Patronize Home Industry

ty. some six-room two-story house just arrived the latter part of last week.i thinks Ogden, Utah, the prettiest town

off Colonial Drive on Irma street in a I'for a several days' visit with her sister -i I'he has ever seen, except Orlando. Mr.
The weather continues, but
beautiful orange grove and he and his, Mrs. A. F. Dreka, Mrs. Brumsey,: Davis is a keen observer and in many ,
the frequent showers give relief from family will make Orlando their home. Mrs. Dreka and little Beverly leaving I of the large cities that he visited he FLOWERS and PLANTSWe

the heat. I Monday for Suwanee, Tenn., where,I noticed that cement paving was the
We have repeatedly published that o they wil spend the summer.-DeLand I!most popular. It is just as durable have a floral garden in connection with our grocery !

Mr. F. R. Bridges, of Ocala, is in want ads in the Septinel must be Record. !i as brick and much smoother and more and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive !
Orlando today, a guest of the San
comfortable to ride over. The im- attention.
paid for in advance. We do not wishto prompt
Juan. hire an extra bookkeeper to keep Mrs. N. P. Yowell and children left portant thing is to get the right kind I

track of them, and much confusionand yesterday for Jacksonville, where they of cement and have it mixed with the
Messrs. C. R. Morrison and J. S. mistakes will be thus avoided. will visit relatives until Tuesday,I correct proportions of sand, and laid I THE SANITARY GROCERYI
Miller, of Tampa, spent yesterday in
on to the right kind of a foundation. ,
when they will be joined by Mr. Yow. I III
the city. Members of the Masonic fraternityall ell and son, Richard and go to Way- I I I CARUTHERS & GORE :\

Mr. L R. Grimmell, of Jacksonville, declare that the picnic they held, nesville, N. C., where they will spend I II One of the wonders of this horse-b:!I Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine StreetllllimllHIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiill :
less is to of the Orlando
at Lake Gatlin last Thursday, was the the remainder of the summer. age see some
is calling on business acquaintances in finest picnic of all the picnics that all I I carpenters ride down Orange avenue : "

the city today. of the picnicers ever picniced. The We are glad to find that the contract Ion I a bicycle with a twenty-foot ladder : ---- -- I II -- - -- --- -

weather, the refreshments, the attend- for all the electrical work in I II and a broad axe on one shoulder i;' "QUO YADIS" AT THE GRAND I MMIIMMM
Bishop Gray left yesterday for a all ideal. and a box full of sharp tools on the i iI
ants and the setting were connection with the Yowell-Duck-
trip to Orange City, New Smyrna, I other, and of course with neither hand: Spectacular and Magnificent Drama,
I. ulf
worth-Drew Block has been awarded I IJ I Co1u
Succession of Refining
Port Orange and Daytona.Mr. the handle bars. Other men who I Ii Presented to a ,
to the Pierce Electric of I
Yesterday afternoon the heaviest J Company, I i *Splendid Audiences Last
rainfall for down in(this city and that in face of bids from i have been riding for years can
many a day came
Jordan State Pure Food 1 Evening. I II'
A. P.
hand from the to his!, I!
Orlando and along with it the sub- both Jacksonvlle, Lakeland and Tam]I lift one grip tip ..
Lew Wal-
of Gen.
and editor of the Punta The masterpiece
Inspector I
firms. The electrical work includ-I hat to a lady without being in danger I I'
in frontof
stantially constructed awning pa "Whither Goest
Orlando Vadis,
Gorda Herald, is in today. header. ,lace, "Quo or
Curtis & O'Neal's Book Store. The ing fixtures will approximate $6,000. of a I i I Thou," as pictured and acted through : Kerosene
rain fell in such torrents that the I Grand Theatre last I
three reels at The
Some of the colored men appear on Governor Eberhart of Minnesotahas i[
slant of the awning was not sufficientto There have been numerous articles evening to the enjoyment of Gasoline
wearing for sufI :|
Orange avenue a new con- come out squarely woman
relieve the weight of water. published in the Sentinel with an at- hundreds in audiences .
i i
victs suit with as much apparent prideas frage. He gives notice that he will
tached notice "Please save COP).": | certainly a production mer-
the young ladies burst upon the sign any bill passed by the legisla- LubricatingOils
So Mr. Edwin W. Davis will soon There number of these
are quite a articles all the interest and commendation -
in tube skirt .
landscape wrapped a new ture for "full and equal suffrage" I I
be an Orlandoian. This leads to the that have been saved and if the it received. and
and a much perforatd waist. I He gives as his reason; "I believe
thought that Ocala has children scat- people who made the request do not (I The fascinating story, depicting the
that through the vote women we
tered over many parts of the State.I call for them within the next few' I stirring events of the most portentiousI
arrive at that high plane in poli- Axle Grease
Mrs. John Bates, of Arcadia, has can
returned We express the hope that some day, days they will be consigned to the o i I I period of the world's history, holds
tics for which we are striving. I want
home after a pleasant visitto I when they all become rich and prosperous waste basket as the drawers of our! :the imagination captive, from its in-
state to be leader in the move-
relatives and friends. Mrs. Bates I like chickens, they will "come desk are unable to accommodate them my "ception to the ringing down of the 1ilifi
owns extensive orange grove propertyin home to roost." We must have a"homecoming" longer. ment.
,curtain after the death of Nero and
and around Arcadia, but has returned P.G.WALTONAgentPHONES
day.-Ocala Banner. !1 Mr. J. A. Cheek, of the Beck Lum-i the liberation of such Christians as
with the intention to sell and
Any one with a disposition like ber Company, was called to Durham,:survived the massacres of the day. 450
invest in Orlando real estate.
About thirty-five men are very busy Earl Vick, the accomodating, clerk in'N. C., last night on account of the I { 269
these warm days erecting a monument the post office, is entitled to congrat- serious illness of his father. I

Mr. William Pannill, one of Tam-I toJohn Wesley and his brother, ulations. Heat or cold, too much rain | To close an estate 22 volumes of : Orlando, -- Florida

pa's enterprising citizens spent yesterday -Ion the corner of Main and Jackson or too little, overwork or nothing to Mr. Edward A. McKoy, presidentof Florida Reports and other law books

looking over the city. Mr. Pan-I i streets, in this city. Incidentally all I do, cloudy skies or sunshine, Balkan the McKoy Land Company, arrivedin j are offered at a very low price. Books
nill was a caller at this office and enrolled i I other members of that denomination I defeats or victories, none of them have Orlando last night from New Or-:are practically new. List and price -- -- --

his name as a permanent reader I in the whole South are honored, not any effect on Earl. lIe diffuses good leans. I sent on application to the undersigned.Good : FOR SALE-Nancy Hall sweet pota
of the Sentinel. He was very much:1 the least of whom are the local mem- nature continuously and as naturally opportunity for lawyer starting!I toes. Can furnish half million. If
impressed with Orlando and the sur- bers who are doing so much for the as the sun throws off heat or a grouch WANTED-horse for its fted for the I in practice. Philips, Orlando telephone, Fla.or write 7-18 Dr. P.6t

rounding country. city and the community. I exhudes trouble. summer. P. o. Box 207. 7192t i I P. G. WALTON, I ,

----- :17-11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla. I FOR SALE-Young Jersey cow and

. .... .... . . . . .. . .MMtflttllMMIMHIMHMMIHHMIMMIMMtMIIIIMIM.1MMMMMMtMIM t 'II heifer calf. Calf three weeks old.
." '" ,. .miMIMMMMItif. .. ,1 .. .. MHHMMiSMM MH i! FRESH GEORGIA MELONS Call on Mrs. E. R. Long, 312 West
Church street. 7-18 7t
Just received at the Pure Food

I Store, No. 8, West Church street, or i i -

GRAND THEATERTodays' on A. C. L. track near Laubach'sgrain I Tell your wants to all Orlandtthrough -
I store. 7-191t Sentinel want columns.

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Gran Theatre i'i'A' SPECIAL FEATURE

I I: "The Deerslayer

A Vitagraph special in two reels, taken from Cooper's fascinating A New Lot of

i Indian story, "The Deerslayer." Vividly and carefully

s produced. In fidelity of "holding the mirror up to nature," this Manhattan ShirtsSome

photoplay is to be highly commended.

"CHINESE SCENES" (Scenic) . . . . . Selig
Patterns for the
Pictures Changed Daily. : 'HIRAM BUYS AN AUTO" (Comedy) . . . Selig

:; "CAPTAIN MARY BROWN" (Drama) . . Vitagraph PRICES[ from $$113. to $$4.00(I

i ADMISSION . . . . . . . 5 and 10 cents


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

SECOND SHOW, / 8:15 P.M Contest either in front or in the lobby of this Theatre.MIMIMMMMMMIinim.
I Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
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OUTSIDE OPINIONS I Sentinel advertisers are Orlando ., IMHMM iiiiiiinitt t HI HIM
and Orange county boosters. Don't
From a Bald-Ileaded Editor forget them when you have money to
ff What a pity nobody has ever succeeded spend for something in their line.TAMMDAIRYCO. Crepe Gowns 98c LISTEN !
in getting the fly to work on i ,
an eight-hour schedule.Marion Star. 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
I IV Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
Job's Comforter on the Job. I FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- Theater and Magruder's LheQStable..
To all who have suffered from the
high temperature this weekcheerup ; \ EAR, EMBROIDERIES I i We want to get everybody the habit of spendinga
pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
the worst is jet to come-Pitts-! i LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, cerne.
burg Post. _

Sounds Like Reasonable Alibi. TAMPi I, .., ..
ETC. : IIII...,."
Next,the sugar lobbyists will blame
the high hotel bills for the money

Constitution.One they spent .in Washington.-Atlanta I I DON'T LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS I Ii

They have let the Atlantic into the
canal, and the Pacific, too, but they THE MOST OF THE BEST
are going to keep politics out.-Phil- STORE
adelphia] Ledger. i For the Leaste.Dnr.1'
With "Just as Good' because the
124 South Orange Avenue
chances are 100 to 1 that the
Besides Being All It's Worth. I : C1
"Just as go6d' reality
Only $350 a year for being Poet
Laureate of England. But its about I j Tender MeatsYou
\ Juicy
the regulation] union scale] in the I POINSETTIAIce i -- -- -
-- ----
trade.-Chicago Post.
Cream, is in a class ,Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day can always depend on gelling the best al our
Its Mexico's Turn to Laugh. I ALL BY IT'S SELF. !i market, and you will find there is a wonderful difference
Dispatches from Charleston indicate We make it that way.
that West Virginia has very lit-J Pure Cream, Sterilized, I tlMttittliimiilMMtHMMMHMmimMIIMMIKHave in meals.
Inspected and passed. Manufactured -
tie on Mexico. They use armored
under ideal sanitary -

trains Has in to both Boast regions.About-Something.New Dallas News.. a conditions Its substitute.for sale Don't accept it ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLEANER[ [N OWART & PIGUL

York boasts that it has a in town
lower average of divorces to mar- BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
riages than either Cincinnati or St. V.W.ESTES&CO.
Louis. But is that really anythingto PHONE 105
boast of?-Kansas City Journal. ORLANDO. FLA.
your room or house

GLOBE SIGHTS. No. 3 cleaned without dust or troubleof

Any one may find fault, but few
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manage to lose it. I IMIItlllMIMIIIIlimWE -- moving furniture .
The best way to keep from tempta-I i PAY A PREMIUMFOR
MidSuer Reduced Prices
tation is not to be looking for it. I e
I YOUR CASHBy The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
A man thinks he would] enjoy helP-I
On all Dress Materials Laces Embroideries
ing his poor relations- if he giving you MORE and BETTER man. i
any. .,,H ,;1..._ material for LESS price. We I
p .*- 'I carry in stock HosieryAND

You can't be happy yourself while EVERYTHINGFrom SEE THEM FOR TERMS I -
figuring how to make someone else I
the brick for the foundation to ,
I II inside finish-you can buy from u MILLINERYUSSES
I everything you may need for building !
How many good things a man can I or construction. We sell directto

i around find to armed eat when with-dyspepsia he begins tablets.going] I, DYE the LUMBER builder. -COMPANY The PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ C01 lllnc., i HAMILTON & DUNN

' A widdower has to use great pre
Gainesville. Fit.
caution to avoid being accused of joy !
1 CHURCH STREETIIMIMmiilimillMIMMIilHlllllitlllltHMIMt for Corsets
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TO those wiio Know us



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


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


We bid for your { ,y. We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of make special

our :: i terms to those who

merchandiseand wish it.

L 4 I :

the .

lowness of our We do a large volume

prices S of this kind of business.


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

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


Kincaid & BnoV\Tden

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



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sphere Its The is Relation,a sun's cutting great path to Solstices.the circle the is celestial Equinoxes called of the the equator celestial and ecliptic.It the at. ORLANDO O ANK & TRUST J' COMPANY l [ [ THEATER J [ \ [ "

two points ISO degrees apart and making

with It an angle of 23'J{ degrees Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
known as the obliquity of the ecliptic.
Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
crossing points are called the equinoxes
because the days and nights are
then equal, and the points midway be i Statement As Rendered to the Comp 4 REELS 4Saturdays'
tween the equinoxes are the bolstices. ----- troller at the Close of Business

because the sun then seems to standstill June 30th, 1913
for a few days. .
The ecliptic Is so called because RESOURCESBanking
eclipses occur only when the moon is ;y. House, Furniture Program"THE

crossing It or Is near It. for the moon's \ .i; and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 I
orbit cuts the ecliptic In two points, Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
called nodes or knots, and at other _' A Overdrafts ............... 83.98 RUNAWAY" . . . . . Thanhouser I !
times is above below It. If the 'h'
moon, when in either or node, Is 4n line A Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33Cash A story of heart absorbing interest, presenting motion '<
with the sun and the earth we have C I on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11 picture's greatest child artists, the Thanhouser kid and

an eclipse, either total or annular. If Y i kidlet.
she Is near her node we have a partial ,!t I $661,647.12 I II

eclipse.The I LIABILITIES I "FOR TWO PINS" (Farce-Comedy) . . Gaumont
moon's nodes not
are stationary. I ns" < > Capital .. ... ... ........ .$100,000.00
but move backward on the moon'sorbit 1 I

completing a revolution in about i I 'tf f a Surplus and Undivided II "LOVE AND CHARITY" . . . . Reliance '1 J:
nineteen years, when the eclipses of Profits .. ,.. .... .. .. ... 33,889.11 I
the period recur In the same order and ,.. wN i I Deposits..... ..... .. ... 527,758.01 A moral teaching a story that will interest the most 5
at about the same Intervals as before II'i I' fastidious of persons. f

This period of eighteen years and eleven i k : w $661,647.12 ),
days Is called the saros. It was i !
known to the Chaldeans and the I I t' The officers and directors of the Orlando j "THE MADCAP OF THE HILLS" . Reliance FeatureA
Greeks and pave them their data for I Bank and Trust Co. desire to romance of the Blue Ridge Mountains of dear old

computing Any Intelligent eclipses.person can trace the I st tt n .. call the attention of its depositors and I Virginia. Photography superb; acting supreme-truly ]
I _, ; friends and the citizens of Orlando a story that everyone will enjoy.
path In the heavens. If the sunrises '
; :; q to the above
exactly In the east and sets In statement. The manage

the west It Is the time of the equi i f t' ment of the Bank feels that this show "Extra Attraction" . Boyd & St. Clair Entertainers
noxes. If the sunrise and sunset t ing reflects the conservative, sane and : Entertainers
points are farthest north and the sun = .lv '..." ,, ..- + progressive methods employed in this I
at noonday Is highest! In the heavensIt $ ..-s- -- financial institution.
Strength begets i
Is the time of the summer solstice
If the sunrise and sunset points are I confidence, and strength is no where I ; "LUERNE" . . . An Hour of Joyful Retreat !:
farthest south and the sun Is very low displayed better by a bank than in
In the heavens at noonday It Is the I United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. MIMMM MIIIMimtMtMIMMMtMMHtMlttMMMtMHIHMMHtllHUMH
time of the winter solstlce.-IIarper's J I
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RUSSIA'S POLICE SYSTEM.It I -. -. Sheep Manure Fertilizer--I DAYTONA BEACH !

Hat Assistant in C M MB M '
an Every House In WRIGHT MH K HH H B

St Petersburg. REALTY & SEED CO. FORT -- -- The New Hotel
The Russian police system is extremely NeptuneIs :
complicated, for it practically FOR; REAL ESTATETiate arnen T Truck flowers i
gives Russia an assistant policeman in 'I Our BusinessOrlando i or now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland, '

every house in St Petersburg. The Florida, formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, DaytonA'S finest
landlord has a private porter or acts as PRODUCES RESULTS and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune. \
porter himself. A porter baa authorityto Let it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a ;
make an arrest, and he is obliged to Does NOT Burn corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with
rush from the house to the street at private bath.
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the sound of a police whistle.As .
there is a policeman stationed at fHlliMilinttllMIIIMIttlllltMttllMMMIMIIMIIIIItMiMMMIItlMli ltf! MMMtllMMMUMUMMMMMtMllilliitHMIMI

every certain beat, and block radius as, which every may policeman Is respond the limit with within of the his a t lisn i ann eryicea le are ann ccessories at [conomical Prices tlllllMiMMMMHMtHMMMIMMIillMmiHimI

porters to the signal, it takes but a
few seconds to get a platoon of uni- i

formed men, with almost a regimentof Suits fo. den, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of I ItMakesNoBillereilge r ll llIn

porter policemen together. Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
Russia has also a most elaborate
system of training its policemen, and Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

lame time ago there was opened at New Neckwear. PARASOLS what part of the State you want to build, you naturally
Bt Petersburg a fully equipped police Crepe and muslin waists. RAIN.COATS desire to purchase the BEST material at the LOWEST
man's college, designed to train men In Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases price with the
Grips or Trunks-a Complete QUICKEST deliveries and the BEST
all the various duties of an officer of
Balkan blouses. Line. freight rates.
the law. At this college policemen are
made familiar with the tools used by ISN'T THAT A FACT ?

criminals, their teachers holding that Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure you will see
they cannot become proficient policemen something to interest Acknowledging that they are Facts, then YOU
The Russian policeman attends lectures JELK'S Macon Brick
Paving, Building, Fire and
at which
burglars' methods and
Rough Texture.
instruments are explained, so that he
can checkmate them, while he has the LEGG'S Fancy and Faced and Pressed Brick.
adnntaC'e of the criminal museum "
which bJ attached-to-the college.-There--- I BIBB'S Sewer and Drain Pipe.

every appurtenance known to the ATLAS PORTLAND
breaker of the law must be expert- I
"The standard by which all
mented with until its every use is thor others are measured"
oughly under.Jtood.-I.ondon TitBits.A Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.

Good Doctor.
"Sunshine and fresh air are the Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices de-
greatest enemies of tuberculosis,"sara livered to any part of the state.
a medical authority. So sit on the
sunny side of the house the car, the I
office or the fishing pool Get out in : Phones 207-208
the field with the birds and the beasts. I :
Face the breeze and don't be Offices Salesrooms, Whams,
afraid of I
W R E Fuller 1 Trackare and Yard.
the gate. Roll the window shade ever I I: Htndry and Knight Terminal
up and never down. Make your sun TAMPA. FLORIDA
shade over into a cane. RememberDr.
Sunshine is not only an enemy to I : "IIIII"IIIIIII'III'lllllt.llll.
tuberculosis!!, but to more disease than 1'I
you can remember to name, including |, ', a ::1
the ingrowing grouch and many other <
things. So let him shine in-Detrolt! I : I

Free Press.A I [ Gifts

Curious Superstition. I to Please

Among the superstitions of the Seneca r ii i
Ij i
Indians was this most beautiful :
one; When a young maiden died they You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks I ,
I i
Imprisoned a young bird until it first \ and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which
began to try Its powers of song, and ) :; May be safely purchased fromus
then, loading it with caresses and messages i will be some months hence.
they loosed Its bonds over her '
grave in the belief that it would not Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con where everythingis
fold Its wings nor close its eyes until it "
had flown to the spirit land and dellv. tracts with you now to make these connections any time
ered its precious burden of affection to 1 guaranteed.
the loved and lost one. I within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
for 13 cents per foot.
Not a Bit Like Cricket. I I

The Englishman was attending his Give this work to your home company and we are
first! ball game. lie seemed very eneasy -
after the fifth inning and finally here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and
said to his American friend: Allen & Co.
"I say, old chap, when do they serve you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
the tea t""They .
don't serve tea at a ball with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing ..

game," laughed/ the American. i and certified '
Inspector to by him. :
"No tea between innings gasped JEWELERS
the Englishman. "Then what's the obJect
of the blooming game-Clacla-
nati Enquirer. V

Orlando Florida
His Excuse. i ,
"You seem like a spiritless creature.
1 don't believe you've got ambition to j !,
.open your door when opportunity n i

knocks.tln't"Don't never" be too had rough a door.Clerelandplain on me, ma'am; i I The F. JOSEPH RAEHNPlumbing II

Dealer. Warning. I and Heating Co. I lOur Repair Department at

Every man should hare an aim la your service always.
life, but he should not spend too mock

time.in almIDg.- ew Orleans Plea- L

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1',1111111111111111111111,11111111111111111111,11 THE PLACES Of WORSHIP .

Louis C. Massey, President
Presbyterian.Rev. .
Jno. W. Stagg, D. D.
T. Pieton Warlow Vie.J>m. L Wa&ln Sow CuUw pastor.
Sowed C. Babcock Mat Cutou Samuel A.N w.Il.Ant Cukkr Sunday school at 9:45,1'. R. O'Neal ,

Services at 11.

THESTATE Christian Endeavor at 6:30.

Prayer meeting at 7:30 Wednesday.There .

will be no night service. The

congregation will join with the con-

BANK gregation of the First Baptist churchin

welcoming its new pastor, Dr. E. T.

of OrlandoTHE Rev. Edward First T.Baptist.Poulson, D. D. pas-{

1 .
Sunday school at 9:30; Chas. M.
Tichnor 4 Per Cent Interest
superintendent. on
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Preaching at 11, by the Pastor. Sub- is

ject: "The Nature and Signs of Spir-

itual Growth." Anthem by the choir.

Solo by Miss Martha Weeks.B. .
in 250 years
The Bank which transacts more business than Y. P. U., at 6:30. "The live wire
the people. Come."
among young
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Evansville, Ind., Oct. 2?.
Evening sermon will be a recog-
Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the
nition for the new pastor in which
credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interestfor
the different churches will
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up unite. 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount to519,955,400.l3.Post I
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Methodist (At Grand Theatre).

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate J. E. Wray Pastor.
Sunday school 9:45; C. E. Howard, i
The confidence of the
wants of customers. publicis superintendent."A .

reuected in the large amount of deposits. New Fashioned Sermon On An

Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 Old Fashioned Subject," by the pastorat I
11. -

-) Anthem by choir, "A Friend Who i

Waiteth Nigh," (Macy). .
No Epworth League at 6:45, nor j

preaching service at 7:30 p. m. The

congregation will attend the union jI

service of cordial welcome to Dr. Poul
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of
son at the First Baptist church.
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I

United States. St. Luke's Cathedral

Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean.

9th Sunday after Trinity.
4HIIIM IMIIIMf work for in
Services for the day as follows: Let your money yon
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10:30, Morning Prayer. | The Peoples National BanH f f"It

The Orange County Fair Associa- Life in Mid-Summer a Delight 11, Holy Communion and sermon;

tion has arranged with the Woman's From the north, the east and the subject: "Zacheus, the Publican." "
Home Companion of New York, tohold"A plains of the great west come talesof 7:45, Choral Even Song and lee. Is t pleasure to serve yon. A

Better Baby Contest" at the a sweltering nation. The heated ture. The doctrines of the Apostle's

next Mid-Winter Fair. t i term is on. A torrid wave is sweeping Creed; special topic: "The Holy Catholic -
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These contests are being held the country from ocean to ocean. No Church. :_
througout the entire country and are state in the union seems to be immune Good music and a cordial welcomefor

meeting with the support of the best except Florida. Deaths from everyone at all services. MMMMMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM+MMMMMMMMM

citizenship. The object is to insure sunstrokes and prostrations are reported -

better babies and a better race. from all over the land, but none Emmanuel Baptist

It consists of entering, examiningand occur in Florida. Preaching at 11 by the pastor, Rev. N.P.YOWELL

awarding of prizes to childrenof I These are facts that are more eloquent Preston Boyd. Subject: "Influence." A

three years or less, on exactly the I in their existence than can be As there is to be no service in the ;

same basis or principal; where beauty I made in their telling. All over the evening, a large crowd is desired at

does not count. Physical and mental country there are a few favored the morning service. All churches

development, only are considered.The spots in mountain, lake and river, but join in a union service at the First

Better Baby Contests insure a all of Florida is cool and pleasant.The Baptist church.

better race of Americans because it entire state may be used as a Sunday school at 9:45.

teaches parents how to improve the summer resort all the way from Key Prayer meeting at 7:30 on Wed- NEW ARRIVALS

physical condition of children already West to Pensacola. No other stateor nesday night at which time Rev.

born.It. country has the same delightful Boyd will lecture on "Moses' Request

arouses interest in the conserva- blend of climate. Nowhere else are Refused

tion of child life and health and in I the burning rays of midsummer sun All services held in Rest and Tea i i

all forms of child welfare.It 1 so wonderfully tempered by never- Room. ; ; We have just received from the cream of the Eastern markets
provides civic interest in childrenof I failing breezes from the gulf and

the community, their schools and I ocean. In its wealth of country wood- ORANGE TREES BEHAVING UNUSUAL : | two special values in RATINE and VOILE and we are going

recreations.Does land, lake, brook seacoast and river,

Orlando need such a contest? I I Florida is Gloconda Mr. H. T. Arnold, of Conway, was i : to offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the
I And rural
Are the children cared for as they life in Florida in mid
I in town yesterday and gives it as his
summer is a constant delight Ex- USUAL PRICE.
should be? Where is the playground : -
I observation extending over many
where the child can be developed?
I II years, that orange and grape fruit
Orlando, a town fifty years old with :I II i
trees have the heaviest and latest
seven thousand, five hundred people, I i I NOT THE SAME SORT
I I I bloom in his recollection. Mr. Arnoldis
and not a place set apart to make a _
considerable of a horticulturist and 500 YARDS 3000 YARDS
mud pie. Even in the street about the A majority of the young women of
his views are confirmed by many old
public school the wee children are the senior class of the University of
run down by teams and automobiles. Cincinnati stated that they considered VOILEi
I This behavior on the part of the
the years between 25 and 30 as i

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE 1' most advantageous for marriage, but trees, uniform, however if,you may observe be like over the weather a suf-- Just what you need for travel In all colors; all the rage for !

a number think it preferable to wait
f ficient number of years. ing. You can't afford to miss
:, afternoon and evening
longer, one placing the ideal periodat gowns.
The University of Florida, whosead This late bloom may solve the green
40 years and another at 45 this opportunity to buy this
is carried in these columns has yearsof else it
fruit shipment or may keep Usually( priced at 25 cents.
age. Only one stated that she does
enjoyed a remarkable development in not consider matrimony an advantageand Florida in the market early and late. latest novelty, usually sold for
recent years. The catalogue, which Our PriceNOW
that she will never marry.-Cin- 50 cents. Our Price
may be obtained by writing to the JUDGE GIBSON RETURNS.
cinnati Enquirer.This .
President at Gainesville, shows an
news is important, if not From Orlando, Where He Took Judge
attendance of 322
young men weighty. Do these ladies fur- Warlows Place Bench. 00(
young on Cents Cents
from nearly every county in Florida
ther appreciate the fact that the Criminal Court Judge Lee Gibson NOW II
and 21 States and foreign countries.Ten .
new brick buildings of modern young men whom they may consider has returned from Orlando, where he Lid Per Yard : Per Yard

I worthy "between 25 and 30" are not presided for Judge T. Picton Warlow,
design and commodious in their arrangements -
the same sort that their classmates who was disqualified in the case of
are described. A Flor.
boy may prepare for almost any of I who have decided upon "40 and 45" the State vs. A. A. Fiezl, charged with

the professions at the State Univers- I as the "ideal period" will select? breaking and entering a store, by rea-

ity, besides he will have the advantagethere I! These for considerations their solitary are classmate not intended who son Fiezl that was he found was receiver not guilty.for the store. The above is only a part of the many new arrivals, which we ;

of associating, and forming
lasting friendships, with men who are I has settled all these trying questions "Orlando is one beautiful and progressive will have on display.
forever.New York Sun. town," said Judge Gibson,
expected to be leaders in public affairs -I
of the State in future vears. "and I could imagine no more delightful -
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With uor unparalled winter cli-! DEAD EASY. place for a home.-Tampa Times.

mate, permitting the healthful outdoor I AT Tilt: FAVORITE TODAY
recreations the year round, with > Commenting on the new game law, N. P. YOWELL

the splendid opportunities offered -j! which allows sportsmen to shoot buck Three reels.A .

at the University of Floriida deer and turkey gobblers, a wag recommends magnificent two-reel feature.

at the actual cost of lining, sure- that the tails of the "On Burning Sands," Powers-a I
ly no Florida boy has any excuse to : does and turkey hens be painted red, pulsating drama, featuring Edwin I The Big White StoreI

leave his native commonwealth to at- : so that when one jumps up or flies in August."A i

tend schools of other States. the scrub, the quick-eyed shootist Renegade Mexican," Frontier-i,:p

won't make an illegal mistake.OcalaStar. a splendid drama. I
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i That's easy. Just put salt on their urns, the Newly I I

Chicago, July 18.-A revision down- j I tails and )'0'1 can catch them and Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. I FOR SALE
Louisville Ky., July 17.-Yesterday
them old color.
!! paint any
ward of interstate passenger fares has Admission five cents to all. I
:I was the hottest day of the year in! 207Amel"ica -
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been begun by western and central
HOTTEST DAY OF YEAR Louisville, the thermometer at the!
associations in compliancewith j Several packed houses saw "The i
passenger weather bureau at 1 o'clock registering StreetNEW
an order by the Interstate Com- j Battle of Bull Run" at the Favorite Macon Ga., July 17.-This was the
with that
merce Commission that the new rates I Theatre last evening. Mr. and Mrs. hottest day of the year in Macon, the 100 degrees, prospects

would be effective Mayl, 1913. Passen-I Miller, singly, know how to cater to temperature reaching 99 degrees at this mark would be passed before TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch,

ger officials of railways entering Chicago -j I the many patrons of this popular two o'clock. At Thomasville near the nightfall

said last night it is doubtful if I place as was evidenced last night. Florida line the temperature reached When a girl says she intends to be Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light

the task of revising the tariffs can be Everybody seemed pleased. 102, which is the highest in the historyof an old maid, it is a dangerous timeto Apply SENTINEL OFFICE

completed within the time limit pro- the weather office there. propose to her-unless you really

scribed by the commission. Subscribe for the Sentinel. No prostrations reported. want her. MM MMMMMMMMMMMMMI 4


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