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 20, 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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System ID: UF00087112:00063
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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


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Jacksonville) July 19.-The stock Atlanta, Ga., July 19.-That the I I. Schnectady, July 19.-The General Seattle, Wash., July 19.-While the'N York, July 19.-Chas. B. Plitt, tale is easily told but

in The Metropolis was today sold by Pinkerton detectives, who for so many !j Electric Company announced yesterday officers of the Pacific fleet reserve of jr., now in jail on a charge of perjury,, let the report of the tournament, we will

W. R. Carter and Rufus A. Russell weeks! held to the theory that Leo M. .j another important development the United State navy were dancing;,, has made a written statement to District -, itself. speakfor

to George A. McClellnn, of Indianapolis Frank is guilty of the Mary Phagan j in electric lighting in the form of a at the army and navy ball in the State; I :attorney Whitman in which he1: ': It was a fine and
1 I day,
for $275,000.On murder, now lay the crime to the door I new incandescent lamp which consumes armory late last night and early today '! charges graft against several promi- fine pla'ing"as done the some very

July 2, 1887, W. R. Carter and of Jim Conley, is a recent development -I but half as much current per : ,, several hundred of their sailors i Went police officials and one civilian i from both clubs. by players

Rufus A. Russell had $1,200, and with of interest to the students of I candle power as the present lamps. I and; marines were marching through i member of the department. The
; Tampa Golf Club i is little
this significant sum launched The the murder mystery. The new ones contain specially the streets of the city denouncing the: i Plitt, who was Becker's press agent, younger than the Orlando
Metropolis on the sea of journalismand While Harry Scott, the field chief ; shaped tungsten filaments, and are Industrial Workers of the World, and 1 saythe s the information upon which he age is not going to but
count for
built it up from a small sixcolof the Pinkerton operatives, who have i filled with an inert gas, such as nitro- .( red flag, sacking and burning SoI i; bases his accusations came to him The Tampa men have been long.

umn paper to its present splendid proportion l been working on the case practicallyfrom I I gen, at a pressure of about the same cialists and Industrial Workers' headquarters -1 I through< his connection with the form- well trained. They understand mighty the

until today it is ranked as one I the first, employed by the Na- as the atmosphere. .I and in their excitement deer head of the Strong Arm Squad, game and are good
fighters and
of the best paying afternoon newspapers tional* Pencil Factory to find Mary : The new lamp promises to be of I : molished a salvation army meeting now under the penalty of death for:' mighty earful to play

in the United States. Phagan's murderer, regardless of who : particular value in all fields not heretofore -I room before learning that they had procuring the murder of Herman More than the intelligently.
playing this
The Metropolis has under the management :, the criminal might be, refuses to dis-: covered by incandescent lamps, mistaken the place. Rosenthal. : "bunch" ; Tampa
are fine
of Carter & Russell alwaysbeen cuss: the case, the Journal has learn-i and should greatly broaden the application The city headquarters of the Moderate -I The so-called confession of Plitt ii kind that take mighty defeat fellows. Thes
so as to makes
devoted to the unbuilding of ed from unquestioned authority that: in which they can be used ad- ., Socialists, and the Radical So-I'' sensational in the extreme, but it ha: j j one feel that they are in for golf and

Jacksonville, and this same policy will the theory of the Pinkertons has undergone vantageously, particularly in the direction -j i I cialists were sacked, and the booksand met with keen credence from the Dis- have no pettiness about the play andt

be carried out by the new proprietor a change. of very large candle power furniture carried into the streets I trict-Attorney. That official said the kind of men, also, that ,
Mr. McClellan, who comes into the j!. The Pinkertons, while not admittedto units. ; and burned. A Socialist stand he are going
news i,, night was having the details of ;: to help golf in Florida. When
Florida newspaper field thoroughly many of the latter conferences,! The research leading to this dis- :, on the principal street corner of the Plitt's' statement investigated and that I are done playing feel you

having had a journalistic record of remarkable !- which the solicitor has held with the i covery has been going on in the labra- I!j city was destroyed, and the big meeting i j unless it was fully corroborated h I!i have been with men you who like in youe

success in Ohio and Indiana. city detectives, are said to be in possession ,!j tory of the General Supply Compan room of the Industrial Workers of I would not put the matter before the about life and business are, and earnest when-

Mr. McClellan was the founder and of practically every point of II at Schnectady for several years. the: World-in the southern part of Grand Jury. :'they in

for a number of years, general man-i :' importance in the state's case. This is perhaps the mos timportantI the city, was stripped of its belongings 'I It is no violation of confidence t earnest engage about it as sport well. they are ino

ager of the Star League of Newspapers it.t. Scott, who was worked on the casewith I(discovery in electric lighting since which were thrown from a second :- say that Mr. Whitman has scant faith These tournaments, between the dife .

consisting of the Indianapolis; John Black, one of the best of the j Thomas A. Edison developed the in- story window and burned in the. in Plitt's ability to substantiate th j ferent golf clubs of the South but

Star, the Muncie Star, and the Terre city detectives, was present at the i candescent lamp in the earlier eigh- street. The police offered no resistance -'II charges contained in the confession, result in good for the can

Haute Star, Indiana, and made them time Jim Conley made his three most I I ties. About six years ago the tung-; to the rioters. Some of the officers and< therefore the District Attorney.''the State. Golf is a game that and will for

among the best paying newspaper startling confessions of complicity in i I' sten metal filament lamp was produced said that all the force was busy I i j refuses to become at all excited about bring multitudes to Florida game
properties in the Middle West. the murder, and he repeatedly cross :: < which reduced the consumpI handling,, crowds, and no reserves were ;:, them. ,tourist: season, and during
good golf
Later he became part owner and examined the negro. Conley's manner I tion of energy from three to nearly :,: available to cope with the rioters. j J Plitt's attacks are centered upon :: are necessary to keep them after courses

president of the Indianapolis Sun, an, of relating his connection with one watt per candle power. The new ,: The hat bands of the cruisersi Winfield R. Sheehan, secretary to Podo) I I>i come. The to have they

afternoon paper that today ranks the crime, and the strangeness of> i i I lamp cuts this in_half. i i i Charleston, Colorado and Cafifornia lice Commissioner Waldo, and Inspeccot; is to develop way golf players good at
the of his said to be - (
leading afternoon story, are more ,
among !
newspapers '] SUBMARINE DENTED BY DEEP j!i I I were most numerous among the sal 1tor: Edward Hughes, until recently in i ,j home who know the game and what
in the responsible than else for I
anything the
country. j I SEA. i!I ors. A few uniformed members of | charge of the Detective Bureau. But a course should be. This is done best

While connected with the Indianap-! man's dropping the theory!. the Washington naval militia joinedwith ; not a word of the charges he makes by just such exchange of play between

olis Sun, Mr. McClellan became interested that; Frank is guilty, and taking up ;Stockholm, Sweden, July 18.-A the naval men, though citizens : against these two men has been afforded : I II I teams as we had yesterday.

in Florida and now has exte jPU the< fight against Conley. terrifying accident to a Swedish submarine -':;, made up most of the mob. j the least support through proof!i We don't like to say this: but if

sive holdings on the East Coast especially : While the Pinkerton's attitude hasbeen which sank with her crew like I> The actual destruction of property i I and those into whose hands the Pitt one will look at the result of the I a-
known for a number of days to ,: a i stone in 200 feet of water 21!i carried
i,- on July was on by uniformed men, ii statement I has been put are frank to o dies' contest yesterday, it will be seen
Learning that W. R. Carter and Ruth( counsel for the defense and for'has just become known despite the eluding a number of petty officers. The j say they do not believe the charges !!that; all things considered, the ladies
fus A. Russell were willing to dispose the' attorneys and detectives actively l ;I: I'I
attempts to keep the affair damage is estimated of $6,000. !: are susceptible of confirmation. of the Tampa Club are the best
of their holdings in The Metro p- :|j' identified( with the prosecution, it was secret. '!; A report was widely circulated to- /;"men."

olis, provided they got their price, negotiations only made public Friday. I! The submarine was practicing outside ':'I day that Secretary of the Navy Jo- '; The
: R. L Tampans arrived
GAME yesterday
were opened, which resultedin A significant fact connected with'the 'I I WARDEN
the harbor when mistake Daniels
., by a sephus in a speech at the morning and were immediately taken
the deal being closed at last evening : Pinkerton's attitude in the case all of her tanks were filled simul ta. ',! Rainier Club, had taken the Industriali to the
; Country Club in automobiles
Tallahassee, July 18. In that ,
is that the
and Mr. McClellan becomes Friday morning Scott made ,
afterthis an
neously and she sank. I|i Workers of the World as his subject! They
I played a round in the
issue, the : effort to see Conley and give him governor had fiilled all appointments {! morning,
new proprietor of The[ a nThe
pressure was enormous and the and had declared that they and all II
; other I ., | except that of the state and fish familiarizing themselves with the
Metropolis. grilling, but was denied admission game i
> water; began to dent the hull. other believers in the red '
flag should'' : : links and then had
'j < to the negro's cell. warden, the public has been at sea as'; at the Club.
Desperate measures were abe driven out of the country. Tho' : The
THE CROCKER LAND EXPE- i| Scott, after talking with Chief ry and Lieut. Beckman, in charge of who! heard the address of the Secretary 'seto- whom he would appoint for this ;' hole match tournament After was an eighteen
play. the
Beavers I I place. This appointment was made today men and
DITION. ( said simply that he had been
the boat, ordered the keel detached: say that it was exceedingly moderate the
,! which will be partook of a light ,
informed that the did not want j a surprise to most repast
negro When this was removed the boat se'! and had
ro j no reference to
Special to The Sentinel I'to talk with during the i any( of those interested in the matter for during which, Dr. Stagg was called
anyone day, to the surface and the local
I gasping crew i trouble. Nor did he at time
Sydney, N. S., July 19.-When t heto II( that he (Scott) would probably I drew in great draughts of air. i f mention the Industrial Workers.any I it had not been known that the ap- upon' to make some remarks on the

little whaler "Diana" left this port for see him another day. 1 pointee was a candidate for the position i! happy coming together of the Tampa
{ It is stated here that never before, ;
Flagler Bay, with the Borup Me 10Scott' working with Detective Black has submarine ;, I or that the governor had him :! and Orlando Clubs. Mr. C. E. Ball
; a risen to th e surface
rial Expedition to Crocker Land onboard made a number of attempts during i( after sinking to such a depth. J I WANTS HUERTA RECOGXIZEDSp i i under consideration. |l> responded to what was said. lIe began -

the exploration party bid farewell the negro's admissions of complicity i ___ i The one appointed to fill this position I his speech, by saying that he was
j j < to the haunts of the white man to secure a confession from him, but j BOY'S BODY IDENTIFIED |j |, is lIon. Robert L. Turner, of In. ;in''o speaker and proceeded to make-

for two years. The next stop of the failed.Es Washington, July 19.-Adding to I Ycrness. Mr. Turner was born anda i! most polished, graceful and effect.ast -

hardy vessel will be Etah, the : While the Pinkerton's do not i i Niagara FallsT N. Y., July 19.- the statement printed in the morning'reared( in Citrus county. For the 1 ,, ive return of thanks, which, in turn,
now The body of a boy found on Wednesday PaPers: that in return for Great Britain's made feel that if
one Mr.
quimux colony, where a party of na-'believe: the factory superintendent' ; eight or ten years he has been county Ball could
| afternoon at Lakeview, on I the; intercession with Japan, President : : play golf well he
tives as could lie
will be school as he
taken on board and the': guilty of the crime, the attitude | | ( superintendent of his county, ,
ship will then j Ontario shore, about six miles from Wilson had agreed to premit and has would be one of the great golfers of
proceed into the Kane the solicitor general and the city de-L" i been engaged in the mercantile ,
Oswego, believed to be that of Donald England, Germany and France to !' i the
Basin | ; g country. Why is it that
headquarters be established tecth"es in the case has not been .; business at Hernando. Mr. i j men,
Roscoe, 11 years old, who was drown- into i Mexico and protect their citizens i :' who well
in the westerly end of the changed, and Solicitor Dorsey is '! ) Turner is a man of splendid ability generally aboutred
make with Hubert Moore in the whirl-; collect claims and indemnit
\ it?
basin at what is known as Flagler; i ing his preparations to go to trial : and broad experience. It is belie ;:
i pool rapids on June 22, when a boat A government official close to President But, as we said read the
Bay. Here the supplies will be un-I in the case on July the 28th. he, will make an excellent state game results:
'!'in which they playing broke. Wilson, who this information I
loaded and winter were gave commissioner. Tampa vs Orlando-Nassau SystemHandicap
quarters established. lie too has talked Under the law he will
times with '
many Maidi| ; said today that the
from its mooring near the Old understanding I P'ts.
Should no mishap .occur, this I the Conley, and the enter upon the duties of his office on C. E. Ball . .
negro negro's i i of the Mist landing and passed down j I provides that the United States .. . 6 0
work should be accomplished so I story has served only to strengthen shall I September 1. II. C. Babcock . . .. 3
i the river. eventually recognize Huerta.
time in August or September, when ; his theory that Frank is guilty, r rath-i i! I ,
the Diana hill i IC. N. White. .... .. ...... 0
return to
this port, i, er than to shake it like it shook the I : : : : : s s f PARDONS DENIED Dr. .. .
I THE SENTINEL'S GRATITUDE Stagg ..... ...... 2
leaving the small band of intrepid I theory of the Pinkertons. PRESS SERVICE CURTAILED I

explorers and their Esquimux friends i' Luther Z. Rosser and Reuben R.uriArnold II, i I Tallahassee, July 19.-The State lB. M, Reed .4 0
and companions on their i j The Sentinel received in a substantial T. Lattner .. .,..... ... 2
own res > attorneys for Frank, are in *. Last night at 1115 The Pos I Board of Pardons was in almost continuous 'I
o way, yesterday, the
ces.The I t conference almost daily, and they are I tai Telegraph wires went down ': of a resident of Winter congratula'tions Park- I I session three days this week, 'J. A. Coates . .......... 0

chief object of the expeditionis expected to be ready to go to trial # and as a result, our press ser whose disposing of the applications for clemency I11'. M. Brittain .. .... ... 2I'V.
11 I j name, if it mentioned
to explore an unknow land chainof were ,I
or on Monday week when the case will vice this morning is much which had been received since
islands first sighted by Peary in 1 be called. i very would be known over the entire State the last regular meeting of the Board. R. Bonacker .......... 0
1906. Again in 1908 Peary had an I I abbreyiated. The Western Un- *' | While this paper values very great-1' ]Eighty-six applications for pardon I L. Dolive .. .. .. .. .... .... 3
ion office was closed for the ,
ly the check
sent this
office it
other view of this land but was unableto DULUTH WINS FIGHTimej i night and there was nothing values were presented and acted upon by the,i''i'. A. Bonacker .. ... ..... 0
set foot upon it. So far as is I I do but wait more the approval of this citizen 1 of I Board. Carl Robinson .. .. ..... 2
to hoping that the
county of Orange and the town of j ji
known, no man, at least white |
no Washington, D. C., July 19.Du Of these, 23 were passed for further'
has damage would be repaired in i Winter Park. I iT.] E. Bryan .. .. .. .... 15 0
man ever this
mysterious : i luth, Minn., won a substantial portion S time to put the Sentinel in i This paper shall try to live to''[ j jj investigation and consideration; ven'J., R. Yearby .... .. ..... 3
place. Haul out your latest map J lof its freight rate fight before the In- = touch with the outside world the up j+ applicants were granted conditional ;,

longitude 75, latitude 79 you will find!j terstate Commerce Commission today,' again but there nothing good words of commendation of pardon, the conditions being that they !:J. '1. Harvey, ((20 holes) . 2 1

the Kane Basin and Flagler Bay the i when a reduction of class rates to that ; doing,at four o'clock.was i I I i this one of its many friends. L must hereafter live sober, peaceable 7 IB.i iI ': Drew . . . .. .. 2

winter quarters of the party. Trace: city from Eastern points were order- t I! I and law-abiding lives; two prison sentences |I I Ladies' Match-Hole Play i .

your way along the 79th degree of j ed and the present rates were held I I| COST OF DYING LOWERED were commuted or reduced; one !I

latitude through the water passage i to be discriminator Duluth's contention BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG i I I full pardon was granted to an a ) ,. (|II I;\1 rs. Broadwater .. .. .. .... 3 up
which separates Ellesmere land from that rates on lakeandrailtraffic LEAGUES I Chicago, July 19.-The high cost!I cant who had been released from prison p.uMrs.- I B. M. Reed ... .. .... \I

Grinnel Land until you reach 86th I from the East ought to breakat of dying is to be lowered in Chicagowith : I several years ago, and made Mrs.
a i .. . .. .. .. 1 up
longitude meridian. Here turn northin its wharves, however, was not sus- Special to The Sentinel i'j the advent of motor busses, each satisfactory showing to the board thatand I Mrs Brittain II. . .. .....
the channel which separates Ax- tained. National j jI j i large enough to contain the casket he has since lived an exemplary I I

elheigerg Land on the west, from I Brooklyn, 3; Pittsburg, 6. I j and funeral party of ordinary size. useful life. i;Mrs. Babcock . . .. ... ..
:Miss Bonacker . . .. .. 5
Oscar Land and Grant Land up.
King on CHARGES ARE GROUNDLESS : Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, 2; 151: Near the driver will sit the minAs. to the four of the applications ,

the east, gradually pushing to the I I. innings. ister and undertaker and there will I it developed that the applicants had f *"

northwest until you reach the northernmost -, Washington, July 19.Treasury deBoston, 5; Chicago, 4. be accommodations for twentysevenmourners. I not complied with the law regarding Perhaps you will not believe it, but

tip of Axel Heigerg Land partment officials, after investigationof New York, 6; St. Louis, 3. The funeral coach, it is : the submission of applications for they say that one of our city girls

slightly above the 81st parallel and charges against the management of American said, will reduce the cost by thirtydollars don, and those four were, therefore parrecently, sent the usual 25 cents to

known as Cape Thomas Hubbard, the New York mint assay office, today,! Detroit, 3; Boston. 1, second game, for the number of mourners not considered by the board. Of the find out how to whiten hands, and in
slightly above the 81st parallel and declared them a few days the following answer
groundless, and without 2 and 6. given eighty-six applications presented, for-

in longitude 93. merit. It was stated at the del partChicago,o 4; Philadelphia, 3, second t-.nine were denied. came Her : "Soak them in dish water."

ment.that the charges were the resultof game, 1 and 3. The best times we have are whenwe death.mother was tickled almost to'

Best of copyrighted fiction, reducedto a political attempt to install Democrats St Louis, 4; Washington, 2. are thinking about the good times As for trouble-the supply always

50 cents Curtis & O'Neal's. of a faction in office. Cleveland, 2; New fork, 1. we are going to have. exceeds the demand. Subscribe
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CLASSIFIED Remington, made by Starr Piano
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Business Boosters (classified adver-' Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, desiring to make changes in
tiseaents) received after 10 o'clock slightly used, good shape in every re- I their advertisements must have their
midnight, will.be run in the "Too Lateto spect. Will make some reduction for
Rev Jno. W. Stagg, D. D. pastor. Classify" column. i cash. Music with same. For further copy in this office not later than noon

Sunday school at 9:15V. R. O'Neal Boosters of five lines, or less-ap-! information apply to P. 0. Box 114 of each day to insure publication.

Superintendent.Services Regular DownpourOF proximately 30 words-one time, 251 i Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf
at 11. I cents; three times 50 ctnts; one week i i TRIPS TO RUSSELS POINT.
(six daily and one weekly editions) ;, FOR SALE OR RENT
Christian Endeavor at 6:30. $1.00; one month, $3.00. __ j 1 --- Those wishing to make trips for

Prayer meeting at 7:30 Wednesday.There Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs.I usiness or pleasure, should see m.

will be no night service. The MISCELLANEOUS- I E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. ior prices. Prompt service guaran -

congregation will join with the con- BARGAINSMY Money to loan on improved prop-I)I Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in teed. C. W. Willsey Orlando, Fla.

gregation of the First Baptist churchin i ir iI erty. S. Y. WAY. ,i I North Georgia and she has decided to i hone, 360. 5-29 tf

welcoming its new pastor, Dr. E. T. I I''! re-establish her home there so will.' ---
FOR and
Poulson. Estate Jansen & Watkins rent her home here with the privilegeof SHOP SERVICE-The very best
see '
6-24-lm. purchase to responsible parties. II and quickest. No waiting. Free
I I filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.
First Baptist. Reasonable terms will be given. I. W. & Sons. 26 east Pine
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D. pas- r SUIT IN I STOCK : erty. See Jansen & Watkins.city prop- ;i i i Call on C. D. Chadwick for this andI I street.

tor. 6-24-lm. 'I i other desirable properties. No. 407 ,
Sunday school at 9:30; Chas. M. I South i Orange aveune. Opposite the
i it
I Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine;
Tichnor, superintendent. t street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To- 1 High School Building. Jul3 tf.I Two revolution, seven-column quarto a

Preaching at 11, by the Pastor. Sub- $11.00 bacco, Fruits, Etc. 7-8-tf i Campbell press. Does good work.A >

ject: "The Nature and Signs of Spir- i I Ii FOR RENT bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlan-
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itual Growth." Anthem by the choir. I When you want something and FOR RENT-Five room cottage with j i do, Fla.

$olo by Miss Martha Weeks.B. I I I I don't know where to find it, call DeLaney I, all modern conveniences. Garagefor

Y. P. U., at 6:30. "The live wire REGULAR PRICES $23.00, $22.50, & Abernethy, Phone 2. If auto, or horse and buggy. Apply House or room for rent? New people

among the young people. Come." I I i they don't carry it they will tell you 515: East street. 5-15 tf i. coming in usually look in the
$18.00 AND $15.00. SEE CIRCULARS -
Evening sermon will be a recog- I j i where to find what you want. i|FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- classified columns to see what is of-

nition for the new pastor in which I FOR PRICES OX OTHER 7-17 4t :; nished and unfurnished. fered.

'the different churches will unite. GOODS I j Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock 6-26 tf.FOR JAMES A. KNOX. i GOING AWAY?

I of Fancy Groceries to the store on the If so, don't forget to have the Daily
Methodist (At Grand Theatre). : of Pine and Ave. for- HIRE-Nice seven
corner Orange passenger
I Sentinel follow you-mailed day
J. E. Wray Pastor. i I merly occupied by H. -Robertson- I touring car. Large and roomy.
: 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. 'jo your summer home. No extra
Sunday school !0:45; C. E. Howard, and will be ready for business Friday I

superintendent."A Brown & Larti ueMen's I morning. 7-10 tf. j WANTED
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New Fashioned Sermon On An COOUNODEUCIOU
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
Old Fashioned for its feed for the _
Subject, by the pastor
: new hotel; has all modern conveniences 1 summer. P. O. Box 207. 7-192t FlEVIVINeI
*t 11. : and Boys' Outi liters ; fronts on Ocean just south :I
Anthem by choir, "A Friend Who WANTED-Second hand four-pass- I _
: of Rates
TVaiteth Nigh," (Macy). I ocean pier. $2.50 per day enger Ford. Must be in good con-
and upwards. Special rates by the dition. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of-. "
No Epworth League at 6:45, nor i ------ --- ... r\ "" "
I week or__ monthVe make a sneei.il-
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preaching service at 7:30 m. The
p. II ty of sea food dinners Thursday even-
congregation will attend the union I I the morning service. All churches I OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO OUR GOT TO GO
ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf.
service of cordial welcome to Dr. Poul. join in a union service at the First I ADVERTISERS
For the next two weeks I will sell
son at the First church. Fiptist church. ,
Baptist FOR SALE
for cash, canned tomatoes, corn, peas,
Sunday school at 9:45. WHO WISH TO BE AS PROGRES-
pumkin, kraut, jams, jellies, beans,
FOR SALE-New modern five-room
.St. Luke's Cathedral Prayer meeting at 7:30 on Wednesday UP-TO-DATE AS i
THE TOWN IS ITSELF- 1'I house, centrally located. Apply this' pickles, salmon, dressing, oysters, maple i iI c .i lICE
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean. I night at which time Rev. 7-1 d & tf '
;office. w syrup, confections, butter and ex i
9th Sunday after Trinity. Boyd will lecture on "Moses' Request WE HAVE ENGAGED I i i ii I COLD SODA
I THE SERVICES OF i BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice |I tracts.
Services for the day as follows: Refused. suburb in east part of the city. Carl T. J. SIIEPARD, No 5, Pine street. The top notch of soda qualit}-
All services held in Rest and Tea AN EXPERT AD
9:30, Sunday school. Jensen. i
II I II 7-15 6tGRAIN
Room. WRITERA served from the best up-to-date foun-
10:30, Morning Prayer.
OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis- ains.
11, Holy Communion and
sermon; man thoroughly qualified to han-
I ion to the Northeast of the city and
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subject: "Zacheus, the Publican." Catholic. dle business ad there. This is the Heather jou'll enjoy it
any proposition, a man'I still have some choice lots ; Geo Chick has opened a grain andi
7:45, Choral Even Song and lec- I Mass, 7 a. m. competent to bring out all the salient Carl Jensen. i i feed store on Boone street, between oest-drop in today and get a genuine
ture. The doctrines of the Mass and Sermon, 10 a. m. of business
points thor- !
Apostle's I I your a man FOR SALE-Young Jersey cow and Church and South street, where he bracer.
Creed; special topic: "The Holy Cath- Rosary, Sermon and Benediction, oughly conversant with' the techniqueof heifer calf. Calf three weeks old. is prepared to serve the public with All flavors.BUTT'S .
olic Church." 7:30 p. m.ORLANDO. your individual requirements. Give Call on Mrs. E. R. Long, 312 West
Church 7-18 7t everything in the feed line. He re- I
Good music and a cordial welcome him an opportunity of demonstratingThe street. spectfully solicits a portion of your andy l Kitchen
for everyone at all services. HAND LAUNDRY cost will be but nominal and the FOR SALE-Nancy Hall sweet pota-
toes. Can furnish half million. If j trade. 627lmANNOUNCEMENT I II'
results .
positive financially
11 East Pine street will take your gratifying.The interested telephone or write Dr. P. We have repeatedly published that

Emmanuel Baptist I family washing for $1.00 for 20 pieces i l Philips, Orlando, Fla. 7-18 Gt I : I want ads in the Sentinel must be
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Preaching at 11 by the pastor, Rev. 10 large and 10 small. Sentinel is from every pointof FOR SALE-Two good sound and SHOP SERVICE-No charge for paid for in advance.; We do not wishto

Preston Boyd. Subject: "Influence." We have many customers who are view, a newspaper for the home. : gentle mules. Fine workers s nd I filling oil lamps, pumping tires with hire an extra bookkeeper to keep

As there is to be no service in the well pleased. Laundry called for and < a bargain, if taken at ->::ce. Call on air filtered of water and grease. track of them, and much confusionand

evening, a large crowd is desired at delivered. Phone 195. 7-9 tf lo Patronize Sentinel advertisers. '''or lando address, Fla. C. Whitney Wright 7-10 d,&Or-w I I' Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine I1V'1 mistakes will be thus avoided.

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Was From Different What Four It Is Centuries Now. Ago in DrugsWE I I

A contract entered into In l.VW: be Bargains Bargains !
tween a Profess r llu-holz and a MTV ,
ant girl. Hilla run lattlnjrrn.. N recorded DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST II i
in a history of civilization bv
Herman Keiissen. Kieholz. who wa'sa Special Bargains during the remainder of this monta.

wealthy moan expressly declares Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
that the encasement was entered Into B lane & bernethy and colors, high and low, cut to..suit the taste of every
in the presence of a female witness i I a body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.Ladies' .
She answered for it that hula would '
Shirtwaists from 4Sc .
prove to be an honorable and dutiful I y
L;{ Dresses in all and colors French
servant. Villa herself promised to be WATKINS BLOCK PHONE ,NO 2 I styles ,
a good and true servant to ber future I I I ; Gingham, from 98c up.

lord and master.! j i Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
He demands first and foremost that I ,-'i from 25c up.Ladies' ,

In spinning marketing, arid so forth. THY OUR 1 < 'E 'BEAM '-: Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
she shall do her best and look
very i styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
after his interests to see that they do ;'
Best EverANGE
The z J Dry Goods at a special reduction.Ladies' .
not suffer and not allow herself to be
and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 .
fleeced by the shopkeepers and mar. 110.11",1,1,1.1.1111111111111111.11111111111111,
ketwomen. He cannot permit of her ; -'ui and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed

wearing; silks and satins. She must Hats from 25c up. Y
take great care of his house in his absence tttt.t.t..tttlllllttlttll'tltltlt".o.e''ii Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
and not permit her gossips and Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up. fc
other good friends to run In an out. & BATES Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.Ien's .
nor must she herself run off to.other i I latest } from 9Sc .
Pants, all kinds styles, up.Boys'
houses to gossip. If she Is visited bya ROOM 5, HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 :
serious illness, "which may God in Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all stylesand -
his great mercy prevent she must tlele' 'GI"IGII'II""III"e"'I'II'O' colors, from 50c up.
leave the house and stay with friends i Boys' Pants from 25c up. ;

. In that case she is not to receive a 1 wu1+Wt1V.w irlrNVilMir V 4rUNt/6iViltly"vi;wtirGv'v wwvwvv ivtifJ Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up.
penny more wages than she has been Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
getting. I LIGHT THE [ i Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition -
The professor allows her so many II '
we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody
kitchen aprons, but they remain his. I PATH TO PROSPERITY 1 I who trades with us.
property. She must pay for her breakages I
We want trade and that will
when they are at all serious. It I your we assure you we
she refuses to agree to any of these J give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar .
conditions her master has a right to antee satisfaction.or your money refunded. Come and|
discharge her on a fortnight's notice. I Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.

She hires herself out for a year from S their way by choosing the wrong road to suc I If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
March 1 to March 1. Her wages are to
be $2 a year, but In addition to this I cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new Co

the Is to receive a Christmas presentof I customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando
dress inducementto
50 cents a as an
ply her spinning wheel diligently, like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the ie ieI
and a pair of shoes. I
trade within its reach: That is the reason

OUR TOUGHEST WOOD. I they command the attention of buyers. I -- -
till MMIIIMiUMimMliilMIIHiMMIMIi Oil lit*
Osage Orange U Stronger Than Hickory j
For Every Store OwnerNo
or Honey Locust THE OAKlANDTHE
The toughest American wood Is that THE MARKET :
of the Osage orange, which Is not an matter how small his business, the Elec-
at alL but belongs to the nettle
orange tric is the and most effective
Sign cheapest
This has been I
family. proved by
CAR Of Cleanliness Of
t series of tests made by the United advertising. QualityFRESH
States forest service but the Indians
Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub THAT EVERYBODYIS
knew It before the coming of the white AND SALT MEATS
man. and it was known to them as the mit sketch.
bow tree, because they used It for I TALKING
making their finest bows. No Trouble to Us--No Expense to You. FISH AND GAME

Some Idea of Its strength may be had ABOUTASK Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
from a report made by the forest service "

which shows that a block 90 Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Inches long and 2 by 2 inches In cross FOR DEMONSTRATION
section when bent breaks under a T CO.COOK and pure.
stress of 13,660 pounds. Its nea.restrival I : 'I SEE
being a variety of the hickory We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

called mockernut When bent by the IT GASHiMMIIMMiltllMMIMMttHHMtMMMMmMH MAGRUDERSpirella everything in the Meat Line.
Impact of a hundred pound hammer It
stands a stress of 15,520 pounds, certain .
.VWIftM "
sugar maples and the honey lo-
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cust being Its nearest rivals. It exceeds The PARLOR MARKET
the hickories, and Its only rival '
In hardness. tested by the force required -

half Its to diameter Imbed a, Is.444 the Inch honey ball locust.-to one- ORLANDOBUSINESS S Corsets H. M. Self & Co.

New York World.

COLLEGE (Not Sold in Stores)
Good Map Engravers Scarce.
No finer maps are made than the en- Wear a corset made to it 700. Ask I Phone No. 80MIIIMIilMliltllMMMMMMMMttHIMtlMMm
graved topographic atlas sheets of the for a demonstration. Call or send post ,
United States pelojrical survey. In accuracy card toSPIRELLA I
of detail as well as In quality
of printing the survey asserts, with little MODERN COURSES IN CORSET PARLORS
Los West St. Co.. South Orlando, Fla.
fear of contradiction, that Its maps
lead all others wherever printed MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK. Coretiere
Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor
Great advances have been made in recent -
years in various phases of the poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
printing art, but for fine map work. III---i. "" '1".1 FRANK HYRESArtificial

strange as It may seem, no process has Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law, YOU WILL SAVE MONEY I
yet been found equal to the original Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
hand engraving:; :; which is still essentially By Getting Prices on your Stone
i I
the same process that it was Branches of Civil Service Brick and Stone Work
generations ago. The skilled copper Before Building.
who cuts his metal -- -- -- -
on -
base the thin lines which reproducethe DAY AND NIGHT CLSSAESExperienced j Phone or Write

map U as necessary now as he Acme Brick and Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
during the middle of the last cen
was Teachers in Charge. Diplomas Foundations, all styles of Concrete
turyot every one can be a success- StoneVorks j
ful engraver. It requires a fine touch Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu Columns, and Balusters, also all kindsof
and a good eye. MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
ates. A. DALLAS, Prop. *i i1III'II"I"'II"'IIIIIII
Colored Facings
Time Is Sometimes Kind. Patronize Home Institutions.For t
Father Time is not always a hard -- -- -
parent and though he tarries for none Money to loan on improved property '
of his children often lays his hand S. Y. WAY Phone 159-Works
___ Livingston Ave. on R. R.iiimmmmiiinHtiMMMititiiiiiiit
lightly upon those who have used him Prices and Terms call on or address: -- -- -- .
well! making:; them old men and women Shanibarger's for bicycles and I
inexorably:: enough but leaving Sundries. tf
their hearts and spirits young and In J
I rl Biisllesi! II IITHIRD -- - -
full vigor. With such people the gray
bead Is but the Impression of the old '., .. iiiiiimiimitiM*
fellow's hand In giving them his blessing -
and every wrinkle but a notch In
the quiet calendar of a well spent life


A Roland For an Oliver.
Although no saying Is In more com IMIMIMMM u j&i""I" l !
mon ue than "Roland for an Oliver," -

The yet few expression are acquainted signifies with the Its giving origin.of 'ail Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

an two equivalent comrades who Roland were and famous Oliver knightsin were R mil THE SENTINEL r FOR R THE NEWSThe I II

romance known In early French his I I
tory for their valor. The wonderful HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"

achievements of the one can only be .'[rgijggj jjJij ii d Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would )'OU.
equaled by those of the other, and so
we have the phrase. "Roland for an Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are

Oliver" I Best is the CheapestSO known all over the country as one of the best makes,

Making It Hard to Be Happy. We sell Jien's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $:,50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 '
"Why should you be complaining? GET THE BEST OF .
Think of all the blessings you've got" We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.

-Oh it's all right to say that, but We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00

the how neighbor can I think are of always my blessings taking when the Paints and Wall Paper Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

trouble to flaunt theirs before me- I j We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

Cincinnati Enquirer. THE 1912 WALL PA' KK! SAMPLES $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, 125.

A Picture of Life.A IS GRAND AND 1 WILL BE PLEASEDTO .Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.

colored philosopher, Is reported to SHOW THEM. ALL VOU HAVE TO Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.

mow ly made up of prayin' for rain and ,
then wishln It would cl'ar ooV-Pres-

byterian I W. '
He who seeks a brother without t GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
fault will have to icffiak Mtkrct t

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South Fior'da Sentinel
The sound and the looks of such a The Tampa Tribune and the Orlando -
MORNING AND WEEKLY heading for a piece of writing is neither Sentinel have kindly undertakenthe The tariff, currency, Japan and Cal

-Entered at the poet office at Orlando, inviting or attractive. However, it task of naming a successor to Gov- ifornia, District Attorney McNab, the T Tile Pi'othiot ll t 01 I EXerellcO! 1
troubles in Mexico and the Eastern
florid' u Second Class Mail Matter. is a good deal like certain garmentsthat ernor Trammell, though the present
SUBSCRIPTION RATES we cannot well get along without governor has three years yet to serve. Railroads, make some troubles, and
, The split skirt is alright provided it The Tribune faveors Frank Mayes of yet to date everything has been handled I

p THE DAILY-SENTINELOne is sufficiently under veiled, and learn- the Pensacola Journal, while the Sen- mighty well.
Year $5.00 ing, to be impressive, must be conveyed tinel advocates Hon. B. Beacham, of The tariff bill is before the Senate

Six Months .............. ... 2.50 in correctly spelled words. Orlando. Both papers, however, accord and its passage, with a thirty per cent
Prof. C. B. Glenn, of Birmingham, to their brethren the lower rate than the bill had when it
Jhree Months. ..... ... .. .. .. 1.25 press priv-
Ala., recently delivered an address be- ileges of suggesting other candidatesfor came from the House, seems absurd. It
By newt carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per fore the teachers of the State of Ala- the office, and, therefore, the Her- is more than likely also that the currency -
toocth. Daily and Sunday. bama, in which he undertook to show ald respectfully begs to name a gen- bill will get through both the
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found the necessity of this phase of learn- tleman who, if elected, would make an House and the Senate at this session,
M tale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal' Book ing, and depreciated the slovennessin ideal governor. In doing so, this paper though a few days ago this was not
More and Wright Brothers.
- -- this particular, on the part of teachers cheerfully admits that either Mr. promising.The .
We will appreciate prompt complaint carriers.if in institutions of learning. It never Mays or Mr. Beacham would make an week came to a close with the
Delivery is not promptly made by our
- -- was true, though it has been often excellent governor, but the Herald's President in consultation with his
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap-
,Ilcation. claimed that bad spelling was a signof selection would make a praeter-ex- I Cabinet on the Mexican War troubles.
smartness. It is true that some cellent one. The only trouble is, we The government is giving out noth-
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL have been induce him to run. He has said ing further than that it is waiting thearrival
very great men very poor cannot
For year, by mail, postage paid.........$1.00
of Ambassador
spellers but this was a weakness, and that while he would like to be gov- Wilson for in- The Classiest of all RoadstersAbsolutelyWell
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida. i
their in other he is financially unable to make formation at first hand.
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building greatness, particulars, ernor, '
Phone 24 should never have been allowed to the race; and when it was suggestedto I From Mr. Lowe's attitude, towards Built---Easy Riding and Comfort-
- -- --- cover up this lack of learning.Prof. him that his friends would providean I both the Eastern Railroads and the
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor Glenn argues that the adver- ample campaign fund for him, he i 80,000 conductors on these roads, it able---So Stylish and Well Finished

J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor tising schemes, in shop windows, emphatically rejected the proposition, I seems that he ought to exercise considerable that Owners of High Priced
street cars and bill boards, where saying that he would not accept any influence in persuading both
SUNDAY, JULY 20TH, 1913. !words were purposely misspelled aggravated office with strings tied to him. If sides to the disturbance to ways of Cars are Proud to use the

[ the matter, and was confusing -i he were chosen to any position, he reason. i i w
The man who makes the least noise to children. I was determined that he should haveno President Wilson's appointments to' "LITTLE FOUR"for .

is often the most dangerous.o Our fore bears of culture were often should have no reason to feel un- the Arbitration Board seem to have their Run-
o shaky on orthography, but in mod- der any obligations to any man or been pleasing to both the Railroadsand
girl who usually intends to ern times spelling has been reducedto set of men. the conductors. It is a long way I about Work
marry her ideal usually compromises. a science and no one can be con- Who is he? you ask. towards an amicable settlement of ;
o sidered educated who does not spell He is William A. Hocker, one of matters when all parties feel that:
Cordele, Ga., has a new post office correctly.No the justices of our supreme court. their differences will go before a fair -
built by the government ready to oc- one need apply for entrance into There is not an abler, better informed I and impartial arbitration board. :
Orlando, Fla., has one-to get. and conscientious i i It is devoutly to be wished that the'
cupy. the West upright
military academy Point, :. more
o he Naval Academy at Annapolis, the man in the State of Florida than i( government will find itself able to :
Every man is a coward-if you can Technological School of Massachusetts Judge Hocker. This writer has j handle all these problems without fric- : I I. \W. r PHILLIPS & SONS
only discover the particular thing that the Technological Institute at known him for thirty years and is tion and that the country may con-
frightens him; conscience being the Cornell, or the civil service of the well acquainted with his ability and tinue on the way of internal peace andprosperity. I .

first. United States government unless theyare lofty character.- Punta Gorda Her- j i 26 EAST PINE ST.WEDDING .
o proficient in spelling. Mr. An- ald. o I
Subscribe for the Sentinel.
"Happy though homesick, writesan drew Carnegie has been one of the o I I tl.e.O..II..I. . . .
Orlando summer bride. 'Twas ever advocates of a newfangled spelling, SHOCKING LONDON GOWNS
thug Distance makes the home and which has hindered mightily the ef-
its inmates dear. fort to defend correct spelling. Mr. The other night I nearly swooned

o Carnegie may know a great deal about when my astonished eyes lighted up-
,Now it has been discovered that iron and steel, but no one ought to on a little lady whose dress was slit
laughing gas may be selfadministered. take him seriously on grammar or to the knee. She was wearing fan- GIFTS
a m ,
There are lots of grouches who spelling, though he writes fairly good tastic lace stockings so filmy in tex-
may profit by the discovery.The English when he has some one to help ture that the marvel is how on earth
o him. Col. Roosevelt did the most she ever got into them or out of
nearer the time comes to vot- harm in this regard, because he is a them. Her dress was so tight that
ing on commission government, the man of real ability and 'tis a pity she could not put one foot before the
more and more it looks as though we he lent influence to a thing so nefarious. other if it had not been slit. The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,

would get it "again" with unanimous It was really a case of the glad knee Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store
consent. Spelling ought to be gone at in the meeting the glad neck. But nobody
o old fashion way, in our opinion, and I knows where the modish woman for the wedding-gift seeker.
Those Tampans are genuine sports the pupils in our schools ought to be I i is going to stop in her revelations.
and good losers. It was a very gen- lined up against the wall and madeto I Not Cleopatra on her galley's deck These things are so varied in style and price as to give
tlemanly lot of gentlemen and a very spell each other down, at least once Display'd so much of leg, no more of
ladylike lot of ladies and it was a in every week. neck.It almost limitless choice.
real pleasure to meet and get better o is this lack of discretion that of-
acquainted. Col. Pleasant A. Stovall of the Sa- ten makes the new dances so indis- From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at 8-

o vannah Press, who has been appointed creet. The new fabrics worn by dollar and upward.
Attempts to ridicule the commission Minister to Switzerland, will leave women are like gossamer, and the
charter for Orlando to be voted for on America in a few days for his postof I: feminine spider goes about clad in
The of selection is broad indeed and in
August 5th, i is to say the least, "queer duty. It might be well to suggestto I I cobwebs. Where is the satin ball range every case
argument. In order that the peopleof President Wilson that Col. Be 'I gown that used to be stiff enough to the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main
Orlando may read and do their Pleasant Stovall of the Tampa Tri I stand up by itself Where are the
own thinking, the Sentinel will publishthe bune is a competent and worthy Democratic velvets? The modern looms no longer tained.
proposed charter Tuesday.o editor, who would feel quiteat I weave these stalwart stuffs Where
o home if appointed Minister, say to I I is the ancient petticoat beneath which Your most critical inspection is invited.T. .
believe that the place in whichwe Spain. He already is quite familiar the little feet were won't to peep out
live, while we live in it, is for us with Spanish verbs and Spanish sup- like mice? It is no more. To speakof
the best place in all the world, and pers and Spanish tobacco and would petticoat government is now an
as it gives to us the best that it has, soon learn Spanish diplomacy. anarchronism.-London Opinion.
it deserves from us in return the best o o
we can give it. One of the reasons They had a hail storm at St. Peters- Orangeburg, South Carolina adopted -
we favor commission government for burg the other day. We know what commission government day before I [vans the Jeweler

Orlando. that Editor does when they fail to yesterday, by a very overwhelming ,
o have sunshine, but have never heard vote. We do not know that there is

'Tampa is great on cigar making and what kind of prize he gives when it I(I any connection between that "burg"I
plays pretty good baseball, but in the hails. Perhaps he gathers up the hailstones ]f named Orange, and this county bear- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
.game of golf they will need to practiceup and freezes ice cream for free ing the same name, but keep your eye I
a bit before they tackle the Orlan- distribution. on Orange County's capitol. She may EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
,do crowd on their own links, and with o do it the same as the "burg" in South

their own wives and sweethearts sit- Subscribe for the Sentinel.. I Carolina. I ---- ------ ---
ting in the grand stand and rootingfor -
the home team. -

Policeman Roach o does not need to i

feel alarmed because Mayor :
swearen-I CleanSweepSale
gen is going to prefer char
him. But if the :Mayor proves the
charges, that will be different matter.
Jacksonville's Police System may be

that standing will on set the them brink guessing.of a shake Turn up on SPECIALOne BOillh1i1 i Jlm
I i! SaliirUay 28i
the finch light Mr. Mayor o and see if they i I I I fJ

Governor Sulzer, of New York, is I I
a fighter and has been up against the I i 1912 Witt Special I Continuing Through July 13
big propositions, but it looks as though !
the biggest one he has yet had isJli I Fully EquippedTwo I
:s Mignon Hopkins, who declaresth I
;; t "For a long time I thought that I Passenger : Free GIVEN AWAY Free !
I was legally William Sulzer's wife."
It is hardly supposable that anyone i I I

to but make William her himself think so.would endeavor i I i io Runabout II I j To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will

be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky
The resignation of Wm. S. Melkn $300.00
as president of the X. Y. N. H. & C. three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the

R. R., because he was held responsiblefor
selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
accidents caused by the engineers I
of his road, opens an interesting ques-
tion. The management of a corpora- YOURS FOR BUSINESS
tion should be held financially respon-
sible, under certain conditions, is not
to be questioned, but to hold the pres- Marion B. Ives
ident morally responsible for carelessness ;
on the part of some subordinate
whom he has probably never seen,
seems to strain the code of ethics. !
There would soon be no presidents or Garage

general managers to carry on the Second Floor
great enterprises of the country, if iI I i
this rule was to obtain. J I s




UL SALES IN THE STORE'S HISTORY HAS LEFT US New Lingerie WaistsIN New Balkan Blouses


eu. .
VALUE $1.50.




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N. BOARDMAN, 204-206 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDO I

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Mrs. A. A. Guilford and baby left Mr. W. P. Johnson came up from MISS ROBERTSON ENTERTAINS I'

last night for New York City. Tampa last night to spend Sunday I

WADE with relatives. I Marguerite Robertson, who lives on

THE TUNER Mr. E. A. McKoy, president of the'I: Lake Leora gave a very nice swim- 'I a DONAC ClAM BOUillON SI

ORLANDO, FLA. McKoy Land Company, left last night Prices from $1.50 to $300 per doz,I ming party and afterward a three-

J for New York. II I en-all artistic and high class at the course luncheon, served on tiny tables ,
I Evans' Photo Parlors-one block north I!in their tea room, yesterday afternoon i Will give you strengthJust

Coolest corner in Orlando, No stairs I from Court House. !and evening. In the evening a very
Mr. James D. Beggs left yesterday attractive arithmetical the food for weak stomachs
to climb and photographs unapproach contest was
for Jacksonville on a business trip. able at Evans' new studio. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Robinson, Miss I played and Miss Mary Holt and Mr.';I

Laura Robinson and Mr. Van Brunt. Hazel were the most successful. i

Had yours? Cantaloupe ice cream Mr. R. L. Turner, of Haines City,I i|left this morning by motor for a two! The rest of the evening was devoted -.I
kundae 15 cents at DeLaney & Aber- IT'S PURE FOOD
in visit to Beach. to Fan Tan.
deputy sheriff of Polk county, was days Daytona I i( .
ethy's. Orlando last night on business. i Those who enjoyed Miss Robertson's: Because manufactured by Cohoon Bros.

Miss Martha Young, the popular, hospitality were: Misses Mary and,
Mr. W. M. Behrens, one of Clar- I I
North light and unobstructed for I stenographer in Lord & Bradshaw'soffice Grace Holt, Miss Eunice Murphy, Patronize Home Industry
ona's citizens, spent Ii
prosperous yes- best results in artistic protography.You left yesterday to spend a well- Miss Claire Robinson, Miss Mary

rday in Orlando. will find there only at the Evans'I earned vacation with relatives in Ten_1 Branham and Mr. Dewitt Miller, Mr.'

Studio, No. 100 North Main street. nessee. |j Marion Ives, )Ir\ Frank Smith, Mr. j
have heard about Evans, i i i
Say, you I j ; Hugh, Murphy, and the Messrs. HazeL -I i, FLOWERS and PLANTSWe
Studio No.
[he artistic photographer's '
Ninety-six degrees is highest point! Walter Rogers drove over from Or-,
100 North Main street? have floral in connection ;
I a garden with our grocery ;
reached by the government thermometer lando in his car Monday, accompaniedby

Messrs. II. Greenwald and F. C. in Orlando this season. And yet I friends, remaining here until the: Carl Kuhl, who is attending a school''' and orders for cut flowers or potted plants will receive t
millie of Cincinnati, Ohio, are among i some people up where it soars above following day.-Daytona Beach Ga-: of Aviation on Long Island, has learn ,, prompt attention. .*j
the late arrivals at the San Juan 100 are wasting their sympathy on zette News. 1 edthe A. B. C'sof the business and has )

their friends in Florida.Mr. I proceeded far enough that he has tak-: l

Mr. and Mrs. G. Max Smith and I Mr. Harry Gauthier, one of Orlan- en a few jumps of a hundred feet or THE SANITARY GROCERY \

Mrs. Gard and Miss Jessie Gard, leave J. R. Yearby, the popular representative do's popular and skilled mechanics, so in an air craft. Unlike other schools j

Monday for Knoxville on a visit. of the Tampa Fertilizer I came up from St. Petersburg last they cannot have regular hours of;, CARUTHERS & GORE ;

Company, has returned from a three night, where he has been for the past practice, but must depend entirely up-: .{ Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.IMMUmHHMMHMMIIIM .
Best ever is what they say and Orlando weeks' business trip to points in the!three weeks. He will leave this af- on the weather and wind. Carl is .\ I
people know. Evans' Artistic southern part of the State in the interest ternoon for Arcadia. studying the Monoplane which is much fiill MtM mn

hotographer, No. 100 North Main of his firm. more difficult to fly than the Aero- MUSICALE BY CHOIR GUILD -
Street Messrs. B. Drew, M. 0. Overstreetand plane. Sloan's school of Aviation is

I I Mr. Sinclair has returned from J. P. Musselwhite leave today for the name of the scool. There nine
I are
(I The musicale which is to be given
Mrs. Fulton and Miss Ruth Fulton,i Waynesville, N. C., where he spent Jacksonville, where they will attenda students in the school, among them on Wednesday evening, the 23rd, by bulf Refining Co :

other and sister of Mrs. W. F. Armstrong several weeks enjoying mountain life.!; State meeting of naval stores operators being the editor of a prominent avia- the Choir Guild of St. Luke's Cathe- .
have left for Georgia, where He reports the Orlando colony there( to be held there Monday. Mr. tion magazine, who wishes to write
dral promises to a particularly enjoyable -
|hey will spend the summer. as having a good time and enjoying I Drew will go from Jacksonville, to from actual practice as well as theory.Mr. affair, as under Mrs. Sherrod'sable .1111.
I the salubrious climate. Southport, N. C., where he will join a
and careful direction, the pre-
Reverend Lucien A. Spencer left I Mrs. Drew and Miss Helen. R. B. Child of Orlando Kerosene
I I recently parations for it are being rapidly
esterday afternoon for Fort Myers,I Messrs. Whitney Wright, Hoyle has purchased the Alexander& Dunlap completed, providing a pleasant en-
here he will spend a week or twon Pounds, Ed Miner. J. Estefana and I Mrs. W. P. Pillans and sweet little : Gasoline
and will
job printing plant tertainment for all who can attend.
Mr. Martin, left Orlando this daughter have returned from ;
the interests of the Indian work. morningat Orlando
The has been closed for
same. plant a Among those who will take part are ,
4:30 o'clock their motorcycles for where the for |
: on they were guests sev-
while owing to the abscence of Mr. the following: Lubricating
Among Geneva's representative cit-I! Daytona Beach. They expect to reach eral weeks of Mrs. Pillans parents, Alexander and sickness in Mr. Dunlap's First sopranosIrs. Goodrich, Mrs.
[zens in Orlando yesterday were their destination about 8:30. Hon. and Mrs. Samuel Robinson. Whileat ('
I family. Mr. Child is a good print- Greetham, Mrs. Haden, Mrs. Bliss, and Greases
Messrs. E. Curlett, S. N. Montgomry -I her old home Mrs. Pillans was
and and will
er a pleasant gentleman
Miss Cary-Elwes, Miss Van Duzor
R. B. Sherman, and J. L. Leon Guava trees about Orlando are I treated to a round of social affairs at
I no doubt do nicely here.LakelandNews. Miss Lilla Shine, Miss Alice Allen, Axle Grease t44t
rd. loaded with fruit, which will soon begin which she was the honoree, and her .
Miss Carrie Dade, Miss Beatrice Helt-
I to ripen. The big concern in Tam visit was one of unusual pleasure.-
zen, Miss Helen Hurlburt, Miss Edith i +H
Captain and Mrs. J. P. Scarlett and pa which proposes to manufacture Lakeland News.
Dr. E. M. Cower left last night for Davids, Miss Eunice Murphy, Miss
[hildren, of Lakeland, arrived in Or-[large quantities of guava jelly would : '
his home in Athens, Pa. The doctor Lillian Jones, Miss Corrina Walton,
ando last night and are guests of the:\be wise to send a representative here Ice and ice P.G.WALTONAgentPHONES
water, are almost a : !
1 will return the first of October with Miss Bessie Allen, Miss Anna Jones,
remont Hotel. Captain "Jack" has to buy up this crop of guavas. for one's comfort (
necessity these days,
I his family and occupy their new :Miss: Teresa Warner.
jots of friends in Orlando and they'I but when some one in the second story home. i iI : Contraltos-Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Van { g
gave him a warm welcome. As. Dr. C. J. Marshall and familywere empties a pitcher of ice water into
I I I:Duzor, Miss Louise Allen, Miss l\Iad-1
coming from Oviedo Fri- the Orlando Florida
during below
a person passingon FOR SALE-$200 worth of furniture eline Allen, Miss Norah James, Miss --
W. I{. Frazier, expert book keeperfor I day's storm, the lightning struck a the sidewalk gets a punch in the for $100 in cash. Mostly new, party Edna Arnold I
the Overstreet Crate Company, pine tree near them, which fell witha neck with a piece of the ice, the sensa- taking furniture can also have very Tenors "HBARGAIN-
Mr. Street, Mr. A. P. Cur-
eturned Friday from a few weeks va. crash about ten feet ahead of their tion is not so pleasant. But this was desirable cottage. Rents $10 per
I I month. Address P. 0. Box 261, Or- ry, Mr. W. F. Armstrong, Mr. Heltzen. I
tion at Daytona Beach. He reports The doctor considers it j the IN LAW BOOKSTo
car. a very I[ experience of a young lady on lando, Fla. 7202223Do Bass-Dean Sherrod, Mr. Williams, !
delightful time and that Mrs. Fra-' narrow escape from an accident which I j! Friday, when walking along in the Mr. Jerold Hurlbuu, Mr. Edgar! close an estate 22 volumes of
der will not return until the first of' would no doubt have proven fatal to I.immediate vicinity of Kanner's Bos it right now. Subscribe for The Thompson. : Florida Reports and other law booksare

(his week. at least one or two of the occupants. ton Store. Daily Sentinel. offered at a very low price. Booksare

FOR SALE-Building 14x20 to be re practically new. List and price
moved. Cheap for quick sale. Mrs. sent on application to the undersigned.Good .

'1111111111'11'11 lllltllll'lelllllllll'IIIII lltlllll,11,1 i++11111 " "MM MtMmMHIHHtMHHMMHMOTION >fHmHHMIfMIIIMMt Barnes, NO. 511 Highland avenue, N.Iof opportunity for lawyer starting
Amelia. 7-20 3t in
I. practice.
i FIRST CLASS Japanese cook wishes I I P. G. WALTON,

THE GRAND THEATERMondays' situation in private family anywhere -' 7-11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla.
A. Care Sentinel. ------ --- --
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Gran Theatre

I THE PROPHECY" (Drama) . .. . . Essanay

__ I "THE ORPHAN" (Drama) . . . .. .. . Edison A New Lot of

PICTURES "TilE ANT LION" (Zoology) .. . . . . Pathe Manhattan ShirtsSome

Pictures Changed Daily Very Pretty
"THE CHATEAU OF BLOIS" (Scenic) . . . .Pathe 11 \

I I I Patterns for the Summer


FIRST SHOW, 7il5 P.M ,i I Drama) . . . . . . . . Edison PRICES from $$1.50. to $$4.00 I


j I We positively forbid anyone to solicit votes in the Auto J ;a I i SCRUGGS & DICKSONThe

| Contest either in front or in the lobby of this Theatre.

ADMISSION . . . . . 5 and 10 cents Home ol Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes

AGENTS FOR DUNLAP HATSniiiiMiiiiimimiiimiiiiiMiMiiiiMiiim

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GRADMA SAYS: I Sentinel advertisers are Orlando I II .. MIIMiMI tMMHIMIMIIIMHI
I and Orange county boosters. Don't L i
That if reports are true some receptions -i forget them when you have money to;I II I
are pretty "warm" affairs.!I spend for something in their line. I Crene Gowns.. 98e. I ,LISTEN !
I -- - -
-.L.- J
That if people would cease to worry I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
about their neighbors' affairs they I Selling: for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
would have more time to attend to FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- Theater and Magruders LiverJStable..

their own. W EAR, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga
pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
That there are some young fellows cerne.

and.it is because they pray without TAMAA;
ceasing. ; ETC.

That hot weather causes the
cream man to smile, but to the im-; DON'TBE
pecunious youth who has a sweet:'
heart it is pretty tough luck I SATISFIEDWith I WE OFFER YOU

That some people never know when; i THE MOST OF THE BEST
they are well off, and are continually; STORE
fretting when they should be smiling:, For the LeastTender
and happy. i. "Just as Good'' because the
124 South Orange Avenue
chances are 100 to 1 that the I
That there may be something doingin I "Just as good" is in reality inferior OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. &
the North End if that old bachelorcan I !: Meats
realize a little cash on a piece of 1- Juicy
POINSETTIAIce -- -- -- ------
land owned by him. I ,

That there will be wedding bells Cream is in a class ;tRead The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day You can always depend on gelling the best al( our

ring out in August in the East End I ALL BY IT'S SELF. I market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ-
We make it that
and a young couple will no longer live j Pure Cream Sterilized I IIMMilHtlMliltlMMMHMOHHiltiiilMIHMlMiiHave ence in meals.
in single blessedness.That Inspected and passed. Man-
ufactured under ideal sanitary I

never tell old much Mrs. Grundy about a says man you by can his a conditions.substitute.Its .Don't accept :if ELECTRiC VACUUM L CLEANER[ .I I COART & PIH,

appearance,and she has had much ex- for sale _
periencein that line. in your townV.W.ESTES&CO I IBOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA.

That literary ambition isn't likelyto PHONE 105iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiitii
enable you to write anything in a
check book. Many are called, but few your room or house
elude the busy blue pencil.
3 cleaned without dust or troubleof
That the writer of the Good Book

proclaims that man is mere dust,but -,+MMIMMMIIMMMMMWE moving furniture t
for some unknown reason he is always -

wanting more. :I PAY A PREMIUM Mid.Surnrn r u[ Prices[ s

That patience may be a virtue,but I I: FOR YOUR CASH The Pierce Electric Co. send, an Ex- I IOn

it makes some people become men.!! I all Dress Materials Laces Emi
tally deranged when they try to draw II I By giving you MORE and BETI'ERmaterial perienced man. i
the line between patience and mere j for LESS price. We broideries HosieryAND
laziness. I I carry in stock ,

That there are many people who im-' i
,which the brick for the foundation to
agine they are worldly wise MILLINERYHISSES
inside finish-you can buy from u>
is true, but the person who doesn't;, everything you may need for build- (
pretend to know anything generally! ing or construction. We sell directto

rakes That in it the costs cash_the Government several -1 1 f'j DYE the LUMBER builder COMPANYGainesville T the PIERCE[ [ ELECTRIC[ T CO11 lllnc, HAMILTON & DUNN ;

millions of dollars a year to I Fla. i
maintain the weather bureau, and yet
j P. 0. Box F49J CHURCH STREET4IIMiitMMIHmMMtilHliMMIHMMIIMIMIIIM Agents for Barclay Corsets
in Orlando there is an old man with
rheumatism who sneers at it. I No. 1
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thosewho Know Us i!


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


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


We bid for your h" We extend liberal

business on :: credit to all and .

. the merits of make special

our termstothosewho

merchandiseand wish it.

f j1I
the :

lowness of ourprices Fib f n 1 = We do a large volumeof

this kind of business.


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

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


Kincaid & SnowdenLow

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




FLIGHT FOR LIFE 1 HtlMMMMIIIIillllimillllllllllMMMMiltM*

[he Story of _a Rescue__ Trip In the I' ORLANDOBANK O A K & liSl COMPANP ILICUIEIIUTEII l [ [ 1 [ \ [

Mountains of Alaska.
f Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.00. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES

RAVE MEN AND SPEEDY DOGS Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.

I Statement As Rendered to the Comp
In Act of Heroism That Saved a Wo I troller at the Close of Business

man and Her Sick Husband From June 30th, 1913
Death When Stranded on a' Winter
RESOURCESBanking Mondays' Program"THE
Night Amid the Snow Clad Peaks.
House, Furnitureand

|The hardships to which people are Fixtures .........,$ 25,867.37 OF THE ROAD" .
posed In the far north give frequent . . Ramo
I Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
caslon for the display of heroism.the A pastorial picture story true to nature.
of "Trailing and Camp- Overdrafts ...........,... 83.98

kg In Alaska" Mr. Addison M. Powell I : 1'a" Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 . . . . . .STEEPLE. . . CHASE"1 utal
lls of the rescue of woman and her Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
Jsband who were stranded on the A farce-comedy, displaying more fun than a barrel of
fountains In an Alaskan winter. monkeys.

IA dog team galloped op and stopped 4 'V $661,647.12LIABILITIES i "VIA CABARET' . . . . . American
front of the only pretense of a hotel j-. iw V An excellent
Valdez. The night was dark as the t ; Yar +qf Capital .................$100,000.00 photoplay, portraying how a determined
young man found a road to love and happiness despite a
orthera winter nights always are Surplus and Undivided
[hen the moon is not shining. The } 4 ; Profits ......,.r...,... 33,889.11 father's objection to the pretty cabaret singer and the '.,_
ogs Immediately lay down, almost ex- i ; Deposits ........,....... 527,758.01 malicious plot of a mischief maker-yer interesting.
Rusted from their long trip, and theo ij "EXTRA" . . . . . . . .One Reel
men were soon surrounded by In-
lulring friends. One of the two said: I, $661,647.12The ,
I many fine pictures for coming week.
"What do think fellows? We +
lapsed a woman you Just this side of Saw- I II s officers and directors of the Or- TUESDAY-"The Gangsters" . . Keystone
l Camp. She was pulling a sled on lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to i WEDNESDAY i
pill -"An Indian's Gratitude" . Broncho
hick was her sick husband. We re- call the attention of its depositors and f
THURSDAY_"II alf Chance" . .
honstrated against her crossing the friends and the citizens of Orlandoto a . Reliance t
|lacier, but she replied that they the above statement. The management i :3-Reel Feature-Don't miss it 1

fight as well die up there us any- of the Bank feels that this show- FRIDAY-"Mutal Weekly No. 21" . . . Mutal J
[here else as It meant certain death I
I ing reflects the conservative, sane and SATURDAY-"Love's Monogram" Dragoon
fetop. Our dogs could pull only our -
(utflt, and there wasn't grub enough I I II I progressive methods employed in this Also many other fine pictures too numerous to mention.

ran, so we were compelled to leave I I II I financial institution. Strength begets Crowds go to THE LUCERNE daily-Why? Because I
E'm. They will be at the last timber I I confidence, and strength is no where everybody goes. Get the habit-follow the crowds.
night, and if somebody doesn't go to displayed better by a bank than inUnited
eir rescue they will be dead by this I I States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.
me tomorrow." i J
1 A man stepped out from the crowd _
Ind said: II- .-o r 0--- .. .0
I 111 go for one. Now, who else has -- -- ,

good,?" dog team to splice In within I I Sheep Manure Fertilizer DAYTONA BEACH :

"I'm your man!" answered another.It WRIGHT I
was 3 o'clock In the mornIng bo- REALTY & S6BD CO FOR I The New Hotel NeptuneIs
ore they had made their selection of I ESTATE .. I
logs and were ready to start on that FOR REAL ,N tidii Tiuckor fl I I'I'
[a/ardous trip. Thate Our Business r r 0 W e r S I now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland, '
formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, Daytona's finest < >
"We'll be on the first bench by day- 'I' Florida
ght and have them here before mid Orlando, PRODUCED RESULTS I II and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune. \
Ight," said one as he straightened out i Let it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a '
jhe team for the sixty mile run. I Does NOT Burn I corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with

"Yea, boys! Stand in there Leader! t _. private bath.
lush, mush on. mush:" Andith a I

turned[relp ware"IIn the w of the, the Leader dogs corner: urgency;:galloped!", and we of then hoard their:away they as mission as were they If 'II Stylish t li 'and' I Serviceable i i Apparel; andAccessoriesat I I; i Econofflical I I i 1 Prices; I Iii IiiI : tt+.)'O II.OIII.lllllellllllIf 6I

}one. "There goes the best dog team
Alaska and driven by two of the If It M K N Billei'ellce
l' ll llI.
|lest he men re-entered on earth the!"house.exclaimed a mans I Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
i Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
The trail was easily followed, and
)n the nine miles of level bench j Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS I I.'

ere passed.. The speed slackened I New Neckwear. PARASOLS II' In what part of the State you want to build, you naturally
nly when they were ascending; the Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATSSuit desire to purchase the BEST material at the LOWEST

dge, which they crossed by 11 that Ii Wool and cotton dress skirts. Cases, Grips or_. Trunks-a. Complete price, with the QUICKEST deliveries and the BEST
lorning, and there It that
; was seen I
i Balkan blouses. Line. freight rates.
sharp peaks were curling fine snow
igh in the air. I! ISN'T THAT A FACT ?

"They are beginning to smoke!" exi i y Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure you will see II Acknowledging that they are Facts, then YOU
laimed one of the men.
I something to interest you. SHOULD PURCHASE
'Yes; we must pet back before nightr I YOUR MATERIAL FROM ME.

It's all off," replied the other. I JELK'S Macon Brick, Paving, Building, Fire and
Down, down, the steep descent they II B.SALOMONORLANDO II Rough Texture.
lunged and by 1 o'clock they were
(ft the glacier and skipping; over level i iround. i I LEGG'S Fancy and Faced and Pressed Brick.
In a short time they disco ,,'lllllllllllllltttllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllll .ttttIIIIO.Olflellllllllll.I..I..llllllllllle.
I BIBB'S Sewer and Drain
frel the unfortunate couple whom they Pipe.
ad started out to rescue and when \I imiliiiiliili frO-mMICMMMMIMMMmim. .. ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT.
hey came up to them it was a pitiablecene "The standard
by which all others are measured"Metal
that Itself.
The poor woman had become com- Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.

letely exhausted and had thrown her- BEAVER BOARDS.
elf down beside her helpless husband.he r
had evidently abandoned all hope Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices delivered -
nd was weeping( bitterly when she to any part of the state.
uddenly heard the yell of a driver
|nd the barking of dogs. In a mo-
ent she passed from despair to hope.s Phones 20 i-208

the team: galloped In a circle and YOUR SEWER Office Salesrooms, wharves,
topped beside her with the dogs' H W 1 R Fuller Trackage and Yards
ends pointed! back toward the glacierhe TAMPA Hendry and,Knight FLORIDA Terminal
clapped her hands: with joy. ,
The dogs lay down and with their CONNECTION
[oiling tongues lapped the snow, whilehe
drivers ate some crackers and jok-
ngly encouraged the sick man and the
Ired woman. They bade her seat her-
elf comfortably while they fastened
he two sleds together. Soon they

fere ret speed.bounding away again at the dogs' A Gifts' to Please :

When they re<'ro tell the summit the
hole I"JllgWIS "smoking,'' and the
tvlnd was sending the fine snow alonghe You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks .

cmsL It whipped their faces with j f and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which '
warning of what was coming bute j Maybe safely purchased from
driver said: I will be some months hence.
"Twenty miles to town, and It can ,
never catch us!" Why let your money lay idle? We will sign contracts us where everything
In Valdez every one was anxiously A
etching the trail. Many exclaimed. with you now to make these connections any time .
{They can't possibly be here before is guaranteed.
sldnlght!" but they were.s they within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
led up to the crowd with a yell
+ for 13 cents foot. t
nd a chorus of barks from the noble I per

logs; they were met by eager; helping Give this work to your home company and we are
ands. The dogs acted as if they had

understood why they were being pet- here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and Allen
ed and again the woman wept for & Co.
Soy, you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied I

Contingent with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
following pointed note was writ-
The Daniel Webster In answer to a inspector and certified to by him.
nest that he take a certain case for I i
contingent fee: "I do not desire em-
a i
In professional matters, al-
hough 1 do sometimes engage In II I I II Orlando J
[hem! But I never engage on contin- I Florida
Ancles merely, for that would makee
a mere party to a lawsuIt. .

GibbS-Your Resourceful.wife seems to be i re- The F. JOSEPHRAEHNPlumbing 1

onrceful woman. Dlbbs-Resoorcefal!
the other day she put in a panef
'Dy, Our Repair Department at
with chewing fum.-Boston

anscrlpt i and Heating Co. : your service

Real coolness and self possession are ::1:1I
e Indispensable accompaniment of a :1I always."s

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Louis C. :Massey, President AUGUST 9TII, 1913
'| T. Pietoa Wftrlow, VleJ ., ft. Waters How. Gallo The United States Civil Service
Hoard C Babcock Aw't CuhUr Samuel A.Newell,AM'Caller Commission announces that on the \
date named above an examination will

be held at Orlando, Florida, as a result
THESTATE of which, it is expected to make

certification to fill a contemplated vacancy &,

in the position of fourth class

postmaster of class at Taft, Florida,
BANK and other vacancies as they may occurat

that office, unless it shall be decidedin t
the interests of the service to fill I

the vacancy by reinstatement. The
compensation of the postmaster at t
of Orlando this office was $170 for the last fiscal :! I

year [
I 1
t --._- .- Age limit, 21 years and over on the .
date of the examination with the exception -j 4 Per Cent Interest on $1,000
that in a State where women I a aIS
debarred by the statute to be of
,- '' for all at 18 women -( L i iin
; tf age purposes years, ( $19,955,4OO. :
18 years of age on the date ofthe '

The Bank which transacts more business than examination will be admitted. 250 years
Applicants must reside within the )
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa territory supplied by the post office Evansville, Ind., Oct. 2?. I
Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the
.. for which the examination is announc-!
.armThe credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interestfor 1
of this Bank has been built up ed. | 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount tol9,955,400.l3.Post
large The examination is: open to all citizens -j
$ Tribune.
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound of the United States who can |1 I !

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate comply with the requirements. t.
Application forms and full information -
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis concerning the requirements of 'L

reuected in the large amount of deposits. I the examination can be secured from
: the post master at Taft and the local I
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 j jI
I secretary at Orlando, or from the U. I

: S. Civil Service Commission, Washington -

: D. C.Applications.
I FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur I should be properly executed ,

and filed with the Commissionat &

Washington at least seven days
before the date of the examination,
correspondent banks are located in every part of I
otherwise it may be impracticable to
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the examine the applicants. .

United States.

-MilllllllltlimimiiMMHIMMMilMIMIIIIIIH- Editor Sentinel: let yoor money work for you in

edies for Root Rot for the benefit of The Peoples National Bank"It

Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. our people who own orange groves,
Yothers of the Government Experi- i! Friday night "Quo Vadis" was reel. and which remedies are said to be
mental Station. !|ed off at the Grand Theatre, much to most efficacious in mitigating if not is a pleasure to serve you"

For Week Ending July 19, 1913. |'the! delight of a very large Orlando entirely eradicating this enemy of the
Max. Min. audience. An audience familiar with citrus family.No. .

Sunday .. .... .. .. .. 92 74 I i the great work the pictures were intended 1.-One pound of Liver of Sul- iHMMIMMI.IMf

Monday .... ........ ... 89 71 to illustrate. phur. One pound of pulverized Blue
Tuesday .... .. .. .. 93 72 I I The Sentinel's reporter unfortunately Stone. Three and one half pounds of 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III Itlllllll.I..I+t+t+t
Wednesday ..... .... ... 94 71 r credited Gen. Lew Wallace, the I II Caustic Potash. Dissolve in fifty gal-
Thursday ....... ....... 94 73 1 I author of an equally great work, viz: I lons of water. Apply twice a year

Friday ................. 95 75 "Ben Burr,""with being the author of: I before the rainy season, say in January N. P. YOWELL

Saturday........ .... 92 72 I I"Quo Vadis. and May. Give one to three
We would not call attention to this buckets of the above mixture to each

TilE COLONEL DIDN'T BUY I blunder, except that it is known that' tree, according to its size and condi-
I the reporter confused the work and its

He was a small bright looking boy, author, owing to the many works and tion.No.. 2.-Equal parts of water and
but evidently not familiar with the i authors he has reported upon. Carbolinium. Apply hot (not boiling)

faces and forms of the men about Then too, Col. Watkins, the proprietor with stiff brush, painting the trunks .

town. of the Grand Theatre, and Mr from the infected roots to a foot up. REV ARRIVALS

He was distributing bills and solic- : Gray Rush and Prof. Simmons, make No. 3.-Apply a mixture of equal ;:

iting the sale of the tickets for anoth.,I such a trio as that nerves are grated parts of lime, blue stone and car-
er picture show than the Grand. Col. | on when such a "bull" is made. bolinium to the deceased parts, two

Watkins looked prosperous as he stood !i| Then, further, Henryk Sienkiewiez, or three times a year before the rainy

near the Bank & Trust Company's ;j the author of "Quo Vadis," and Gen. season.It We have just received from the of the Eastern marketstwo
corner and the lad approached him i!j Lew Wallace, ought not to be treatedin will be found advantageous to

with the inquiry, "Want to buy a tick- this fashion anyway. dig away the earth from the roots, special values in RATINE and VOILE and we are goihg
et to the picture show, Mister?" exposing the deceased portions to the
"Which picture show, The Grand?" WILL ERECT LARGE PACKINGHOUSE sun and air for a week before apply. to offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the

inquired the Colonel. ing either of the above remedies, and *
"Naw, The Grand pictures are no sprinkle the earth liberally with the USUAL PRICE.
Mr. C.
J. Hanner, of the firm of
good," responded the youth. "I've above covering the roots again.
Hanner Brothers
well known con- ====== !
seen them all and this ticket will ad- Very truly yours,
tractors, will leave Monday for Eus-
mit you to the very best picture show JOHN C. JONES.
tis with force
a large of mechanics,
in town, Mister." where they have the contract to erect 500 YARDS 1000 YARDS
The Colonel failed to loosen up the ONE OF LIFE'S TRAGEDIES"The
one of the largest and most modern I
necessary change, and after some fur- packing houses in Florida. ITALIAN STRIPE RATINE BEAUTIFUL STRIPE I FRENCH YOllE
ther, but unsuccessful urging on the i The worst never comes," says an I
( packing will be 80 feet
part of the boy, he departed with a old proverb. But proverbs are not always -I
look of disgust on his face, believinghe wide Office by will 180 be long in,center with fire-proof of the build-roof. true, and sometimes the worst I' Just what you need for travel In all colors; all the rage for

had wasted his time trying to sell does come. There, for example, is the
ing with a balcony all around inside, I ing. You can't afford to miss
tickets to a man who had no money that case of Geo. W. Wise of Philadelphia. afternoon and evening gowns.
so visitors, without interferingwith
and no appreciation of "the very best the laborers lIe came to that city a few days ago this opportunity to buy this
view the
may packing -
picture show in town." house in search of work, having been out ofemplo.ment Usually priced at 25 cents
while in progress. Also latest novelty, usually sold for
The good natured Colonel enjoyedthe
for several weeks. His
there will be rest rooms with sanitary Our PriceNOW
joke as much as the Sentinel man toilets and lavatories for both wife and baby were with him. He se- 50 cents. Our Price

who heard the conversation. the female and male help. The new cured a job and rented a room in a
lodging house, and, being only 25 felt
company designs to provide for its
SIGNS OF ILLITERACYWe help such surroundings as will afford that life was not hopeless.On NOW 00 Cents I Cents
Sunday the baby died, and it
them all comfort and protection.
once lived in another part of I George had no money to buy a Lid Per Yard Per Yard

this country than Florida and we often NEW POST MASTERS IN FLORIDA coffin for the little body or for the ex.
heard ministers spoken of as, Rev. penses of burial.Being a stranger he
Spoopendyke, or Rev. Snodgrass, or I Presidential postoffice commissionsunder had no friends upon whom he could

Rev. Snooks. This surprised us, when date of July 14, have been an- call. So, wheeling the child in its cab,

living elsewhere, while it might not nounced for Florida by the Postmaster George and the mother went to the The above is only a part of the many new arrivals which we
have surprised us if we had first heardit General: city morgue, and the keeper of that

in Florida,after all the slanders we Mayor B. Darnell, Key West, Edw. grim place, hearing their story, allowed will have on display.
had read about the ignorance of Flor. I C. Lewis, Mariana; Lula Newton, them to carry the beloved form

idians. No well born Florida man I Winter Garden. into the receiving vault and leave it .
would ever speak of a minister asi Tampa Station No. 2 is discontinued there on a slab. They would take it

Rev. Smith or Rev. Jones. A gentle- 1 I from date, July 19! away as soon as they could earn the .

man would know that no gentlemanlikes The Canadian postal administrationhas money, they said anxiously:.; and went N.P.YOWELL
to be referred to in any such informed the Postmaster General weeping away.

way. | of the United States that hereafter Even in these days of high cost of

Ministers, generally, have been} packages bearing Christmas, charity living, men and women can live on
given names, such as Samuel, or Jeremiah j or other such stamps, are not admis. little and be happy, but when death The Big White Store
and they prefer to be referred } sible to the mails of that country unless comes and finds the purse empty,
to, as the Rev. Jeremiah Snooks, such stamps are affixed to the reverse then is bereavement doubly bitter. In
rather than Rev. Snooks, or they like side of packages and postage "the short and simple annals of the I HitiltllMMIttMt II..I'I.I.111..111111111111111111 ,'

the Rev. Mr. Snooks, if the given; is fully prepaid by postage stamps. I poor" poverty is never so tragic as
name cannot be recalled. i I Orlando is, in very truth, "The MtllllltlHIIMIi MtMH "
in of the dead.
The Sentinel is reading a book on l SENTINEL ADVERTISING PAYS presence I Busy Spot. There is not a livlier ,

etiquette, just now, and gives this After advertising a car for two AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY place anywhere. The town is "up on FOR SALE

out as one of the prescriptions the days in the Sentinel, we were requested its toes," and is accomplishing things 307America --- -- -
book recommends.We that seemed to be very far away aj I
to change the ad of the San Juan 3 Big Reels 3
few years ago. Orlando is reachingout I StreetNEW
Garage, as the automobile had been "The
Spectre Bridegroom Eclairin
have good pasturage for few for the things which build cities,I
sold but
it was too late to make the two
parts. Adopted by Washing-
and is herself with all theconveniences
more horses at Orange County Fair
change in this issue. Mr. Fort -
tellsus ton's little I
masterpiece. TWO STORY HOUSE Porch
which modern Sleeping ,
Grounds-plenty shade and water. municipalities i
that he is rebuilding two cars whichhe "The Prima Donna," Victor-a
Hugh C. Allen, At Fair Grounds. will have in shape to sell next throbbing story of stage life. must have if they are to stay Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light. '
in the
7.20 2tSubscribe well up race.
week. He claims these are the best A fine program-Don't miss it. Apply SENTINEL OFFICE
bargains he has had to offer. Go and Open 2to5and7to10p.m. .

for the Sentinel see them. Admission five cents to all. Subscribe for the Sentinel. MMHM 444+