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 22, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00064
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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-Progressive Center of the State


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ON SECOND[ VOYAGE[ GOING ONATTUXP '' At of the this suggestion city and its and people imitation at heart of certain, The Sentinel citizens, with along the with welfare a- *' WARMlYWnCOMW% fOR HIS ATTITUDE I

good many other citizens, undertook the study of the COMMISSION
was convinced after a thorough examination of this plan and after a' I
careful examination of the testimony of a great many cities where the
plan was in successful operation, that ft would be a good thing for the
PERSONS LOST ALARMING REPORTS INDICATED I people of Orlando and for the best interests of the City of Orlando. ASSEMBLED AT THE BAPTIST Flt\ GUILTY; OR NOT, OUT


New York,July 21.-When the Ham- Special to The SentinelWashington WE CAME TO THIS CONCLUSION SOME WEEKS AGO. WE I Christian people, without regard to Atlanta, Ga., July 21.-The attitudeof
burg-American liner Imperator, the July 21.-The admin ARE OF THE SAME OPINION NOW WE EXPECT TO HOLD denomination, assembled at the Baptist Solicitor General Hugh1.. Dorsey
biggest thing on the ocean sailed on istration holds out no promises to THE SAME OPINION IN FUTURE AND WE SHALL BE AS EARNEST church Sunday evening to give a throughout the Phagan investigation,
her second trip to Plymouth, Cherborgand General Caranza, head of the revolu- :' AND AS ACTIVE IN OUR ADVOCACY OF COMMISSION I word of welcome to the new pastor, and especially in his attempt to block
Hamburg yesterday forenoon tionary to force Mexico in the event ; GOVERNMENT FOR ORLANDO FOR ONE TIME AS THE OTIIEII.'i f Dr. Poulson, who has lately arrived a grand jury indictment of Jim Con- :
there was certainly something doing. ,, Huerta's government collapses within WE ASK ALL THOUGHTFUL, PATRIOTIC, INDEPENDENT from Bluffton, Indiana. Dr. Douglass ley, is scored in an interview made
Jj >> i .?JS due to the heat, the over- the next few days as is already pre- '. READERS OF THE SENTINEL, WHO HAVE THE BEST iNTERS presided in his well known original : public by Luther Z. Rcsser and Reu-
l"TflwfJ1Jl a ) "t 6"t''ts. ",,< S" 'd e f! Z'"J:1r Zt'.eJ1, II SgSS f!, > ">> t1:;' S S s. ,
the misunherstanding of a notcnee- :''est o Ceta& aC the :J.<.f11l.ll.l.Strot'lO. '' # I t R aowc5 ptessded at the M '.M1.W : Trani;. <
ments made by German ste' tds 1t vs Qfifcfclly stated "that perhaps) Jf you are not convinced that Commission Government is not the' j played a pretty selection after which "Jfie solicitor is seeking to convict )
and the natural grouchiness of almost I it might be necessary" to have all the !, best thing for Orlando, we ask you as a good citizen to give this plan I the union choir from the different Frank, innocent or guilty, in order to
everybody, produced by the humidity. ;I information that Carranza has, but in of municipal administration, that is making good in some three hun- churches sang a selection.Rev. gratify his professional pride," say s
There were some who actually were l i that event, his agents must give their Orlando ought to have it. Wont you study and inform yourself more Preston Boyd, pastor of the ,'Frank's attorneys. .
lost in the vast, cavernous and appar :information I "first to the State Department dred cities, the benefit of jour most careful study. It is so good that 1' Emmanuel Baptist church read a pas- 'In the course of the interview the-
ently labyrnthian corridors, and they | ," which will be the judge of thoroughly about Commission Government and if you find it is a good sage of scripture and Miss Mary Gil- two famous attorneys, who have been
struggled to get t othe top, breathing I how far to proceed, favorable or un-! thing, give it your support and help to give it to the people of Orlando I christ, from the Presbyterian church,I ', engaged to defend the man accused of
thanks to find the populous vessel still : favorable toward the revolutionary I S t''I sang a beautiful solo after which Dr. I the murder of Mary Phagan, charge A
fast to the Hoboken shore. I cause. The report is current every- If you are convinced that Commission Government is a good thing I' Wray, of the Methodist, offered a fer- that the solicitor is protecting the negro I.
There were supposed to be 650 first where in Washington today that Hu- .* for the best interests of Oranldo, w ork for it, advocate it and vote for.it .1 I vent prayer. The prayer was followed Conley.Mr. .
class passengers and 400 second class erta is about to be overthrown as is I by a vocal duet, prettily renderedby I Dorsey is severely criticisednot
with 200 third cabin and 800 steerage. learned by the International News, is It ought not to be hard to get an overwhelming majority of the Mrs S. A. Newell and Miss Weeks. only for his avowed intention of
Each first class passenger was allow- largely based on the chances of victory citizens of Orlando to support a good cause, to work for a better principle I' City Attorney LeRoy B. Giles then. j]trying to block the indictment of Con-
ed four passes for friends, while each I I by the Constitutionalists over theI and system of government, to help push this good town on to. I offered a word of welcome on behalfof ''I i ley by the grand jury Monday, but
second class passenger was allowedtwo I I Federal army which is marching north better and higher things, and that too without any other hope of ret the City of Orlando, in which he I because he prevented the last grand
similiar invitations. This made a I from Moncolva towards Rio Grande ward than the consciousness of ha ving done what one could and when-.1' expressed the thought that civic, I jury, the one which indicted Frank
crowd of about 4,500 persons in the( and has already reached Alden. ever one could, to make Orlando a bigger, better and happier town. greatness could only be expected in a I from acting on Conley's case, and because I
first and second cabins together. There is no doubt in military circles -I s a community where righteousness pre- he did not place before the last
Passes were first vised at the outer : that if Carranza wins a decisive COMMISSION GOVERNMENT OFFERS THE PEOPLE OF .1 vailed. I grand jury any of Conley's confes
gate in the yard, and those who said I victory over the Federals it may be I'I'I ORLANDO A WAY OUT. IT IS HIGH TIME THAT THE PATRIOTIC The welcome on behalf of the sions. A
they were passengers were allowed to cleared for the Revolutionists to proceed INDEPENDENT CITIZENS OF ORLANDO-THE BUSINESS churches was expressed by Dr. J. W. "Solicitor Dorsey is forgetting his
proceed. At the four staircases lead- I to Mexico City. 'I I INTERESTS AS WELL AS THE COMMON PEOPLE GOT TOGETHER Stagg, of the Presbyterian church,((legal and constitutional functions in
ing to the elevated platform, from The United States cruiser, Louis- ON THE BROAD, SAFE AND SANE PLATFORM OF WHAT IS who spoke in his well known terse and i seeming to control the action of the ,
1t'ml" '> J) left Yes Drug far Tvagan fp>Jay" BEST FOR ALL OF US IS BEST FOR EACH OF US. COHMlSr '. pointed style. l I grand jury," Attorneys Rosser and t
ne promi'nada ttt,ttsr resc>l'12'. y1. smx G6t'ECttsti t'f \ tu. &Lti tilt \'\\, < \ Oeacon A.f shifted again by watchmen, but for I us believed that serious troabJe is gain 5,5 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a s a a a >I word of welcome on behalf of the| Despite the criticism, of his atti-

some unknown reason those who arrived -I;! on at Tuxpan. :1 i church and answered the question, f or Dorsey says will be present Mow-
first said three of these stair- !i 1: "How did you get him?" in whichhe ;. tude, there is little doubt that Solicitj .
cases were closed, while a very moist i SAVED CAPTAIN'S LIFE STRIKE[ SITUATION PRISONER ESCAPES brought out the point that the I j day, when the grand jury takes up the
stream of humanity, through which I I I bringing of Dr. Poulson to Orlando j I consideration of the Conley case. In i
luggage-laden stewards tusseled with i I Special to The Sentinel MI Mi i had been largely brought about by : fact the solicitor's presence has been
their bundles, clogged the single stair I New Orleans, La., July 21.-Twen-I; REMAINSUNSETTLED fROM SING SINGS;Dr. Crawford, a Methodist minister, j requested Y by W. D. Beattie, the fore- ,
way and some women were seen to ty-six mutinous Chinese overpoweredfirst I'Of Jacksonville.Dr. i( man of the grand jury, who called theI -
faint on the landing below the shore ; officer M. L. Proctor as steam-a i I I ; Douglass then introduced Dr. I meeting. .

end of the gang plank. I' ship, Comus, was nearing this port to-' GOVERNMENT MEDIATORS HAVE BURGLAR DISAPPEARS IN BROAD Poulson, who gave his message to the !; Solicitor Dorsey is still confident AI
Shortly before 10 o'clock, the sail day and rushing him to the forward large congregation in an earnest and I a quorum will be present, when the
ing hour, a steward leaned over the deck rail, were about to throw him I FAILED SO FAR TO ADJUST DAYLIGHT AND NO TRACE OF j eloquent sermon in which he touched I grand jury meeting is called Monday, Ai
topmost balustrade of the centeralj i overboard, when Mrs. Mary Shaw, ,! WAGE QUESTION BETWEEN HIM IS FOUND INSIDE OR I upon some of the hopes and ambi- i for Deputy Sheriff Pienne Minor has
well an shouted above the beating of I, a slender young stewardess, boundedto I I EMPLOYEES AND ROAD MEN OUTSIDE OF THE PRISON i tious that actuated him as he came into found that 19 of the 20 grand jurors .
tomtoms, which had ben going on for the officer's side and by sheer brav- !'Special to The Sentinel New York, July21.-Kurt Schoen-1' this new and progressive city. He empanelled are in the city, and they
"Last gang-plank saved his life. She grasped the made it clear that he was here for I have promised to be Monday.It .
half an hour. go- | ery, New York, July :21.-The government herr, a convict under sentence for! present
ing." Some thought he said, "Last : mutineers, who were pinioning Proc mediators, who begun conferences burglary, eluded the watch of the i[ one thing only, and that was labor takes 18 grand jurors to act on a
gang plank gone." tor's'arms and they obeyed her com- : here today with Eastern Railroads keepers'in Sing Sing prison yesterday -t for the Master, whom he serves. This i i bill of indictment. t
Mrs. W. C. Weinberg of Park Hill, mand to stop. The officer was enabledto i| and their conductors and trainmen afternoon and before supper a I he could not expect to do successfully : 1
N. J., who was some where below ( draw his revolver and signal the i in their effort to bring both sides blast from the big whistle within the I without the sincere prayers and as- AUGUSTINE TO HIRE BAND
to her sister, a entire;: crew, who drove the Chinese to sistance of the church.No !, I
bearing some money I an agreement arbitrte the wage walls informed all the convicts and -
in the second class, toppled ; into the hold after one Chinaman was : failed man could point others to Christ St. J.. t
passenger question, utterly. Elish Lee, the people of Ossining of the first es 'I Augustine, July 21.-Major
over backward in her excitement, I' fatally shot and three wounded. When for the Railroads, informed the medi- cape since Warden Clancy took chargeof unless he himself had a clear visionof I' G. Rutherford, G. B. Lamar and A..
knocking over others right and left. the vessel was docked here the police -'I ators t tha tthe Railroads would insist the prison.Automobiles. I the Saviour of men. E. Baya, of the finance committee of .
Other women screamed. Men leaning !i with drawn weapons, took the I upon having their eight grievances sped into the surround- Altogether, the service was most the Chamber of Commerce have been I
over the balustrades lifted them out ; Chinese in charge. j against the unions arbitrated at the ing country to spread the alarm and I successful and interesting and a pleas- appointed to secure a first class bandto
of the fighting mass. It looked as i same time the wage question was considered by telephone and telegraph the police ant foregleam of the work the new discourse music here during the
though some of the women would be DEATH OF MRS. BIDWELL I to this the union leaders em- for miles around were asked to keepon I pastor will do in his church in par- tourist season.
trampled under foot. I I phatically stated that they would not the lookout for him. I ticular and Orlando in general. I It is the intention of the committee
Mrs. Weinberg was bourne ashore I|I The following from the Chicago Record submit to arbitration the stipulationthat The outside chase was accompanied I I to engage a band of reputation that
and treated for hysteria. So much bag- ,;j I Herald, will be of interest to the contained demands of railroads. by minute search for Schoenherr I IN HONOR OF MRS. PILLSBURY will entertain visitors with concertsat
gage was late, there were so many {.older I settlers of Orlando: Unionists contend tha under New- within the confine of the prison, on convenient hours during the day
people in the big modern ark, and the ,I BIDWELL-ANNIE J., July 14, 1913, land's amendment to the Erdman act, the theory Warden Clancy, himself", Mrs. A. B. Whitman prettily en- and evening. The funds for defrayingthe
river was crowded with shipping that i j I widow of Albert Bidwell. Funeral they are entitled to thirty day's no- that probably the man had i! tertained at her attractive home on expenses will be raised by public
the Imperator was more than half an j i services at 6037 Kimbark avenue, tice on any grievance named by the with the view of actually getting Lake Eola yesterday afternoon, the subscriptions. Many have contributed -
hour late in departing. Wednesday, July 16, at 10 a. m. Railroads. away under cover of darkness. One I honoree being her house guest, Mrs. I in the past, and the committee'
I i Interment private. Conference between warring fac- reason for this opinion was that he Pillsbury, of Jacksonville.The hopes that all citizens wil respondto
CHARLTON HAS TUBERCULOSIS j I In the early days of Orlando Mrs. tions will continue tomorrow, but if left his shoes behind and would not invitations included many of i I the acll, realizing that nothing is
Bidwell owned and occupied what is the Railroads fail to withdraw from have done so had be planned a long those who were formerly classmatesof morel appreciated by tourists than
Special to The Sen- i known as the Wm. Drennen place, ly- their position, unionists will declare cross-country run. Mrs. Pillsbury at Rollins, and many good music. '1
Jersey City, N. J., July 21.-Porter I ing just outside of the Dr. Drennen the strike which it has thought had Schoenherr was missed at 4:30 happy experiences were recalled as J -s'
Charlton who is in jail here waiting j i home, south of Orlando. Mrs. Bidwellwas been averted by the inevitable. o'clock. At that hour and long after- 'the guests busied themselves with NEW BALL FOR WARFARE '
extradition to Italy for trial for, a most popular lady and enter- ward daylight favored the guards on I dainty needle work. t i
murder of his bride on Lake Como tained a great many friends in her BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG patrol on the prison walls, and a pris- The hostess, assisted by Miss Eliz- !, Paris, July 21.-A new ball for use
three years ago, is sick, and will nev-j home which at that period was one of LEAGUES ..- oner could hardly have let himselfover i abeth Rand, of Longwood, served a I in warfare, discovered by and named
er reach Italy alive, according to I the finest in this section. 1 any of them without being seen I delicious cream course at the close for a Frenchman named Derguesse,
who saw him today. He Special to The Sentinel of: the afternoon.
physicians by some one. All the prison recesses may be adopted by the French army.
is the victim of pulmonary tubercil* BULGARIA ACCEPTS TERMS National were pretty well explored, howver, Experiments are under way. The
New York, 8 St. Louis, 4. MRS. PAXKIIGRSTRRESTED I
losis, and his system is so weakened I ; I without finding him, up to a late hour i composition of the ball is a brand of
from disease that the excitement and Bucharest ,Roumana! July 21.-It 1 I I Brooklyn, 13; Pittsburg, 6. last night. London July-21.-Mrs. Emmeline I new alloy which is said to have higher -
Boston '2 6. |
strain attending his t extt'3dit t that Bulgaria I ; Chicago, penetrating than yet
nervous is officially confirmed here I Pankhurst, the militant suffragette j power any
tion may be enough to cause death. has accepted the conditions laid!;'I Philadelphia, 3; Cincinntai, 1. MAY DRAG LAKE FOR BOY leader who outwitted the police onj i known, yet which does not impair the
Two Italian detectives are expectedto down by Roumania and has already I American I arrested this afternoon rifling of a barrel. The French "Leb-
Saturday, was
arrive In this country tomorrow to I agreed to the terms of peace with II I 1 Detroit, 6; New York, 1. j jj Atlanta, July 21.-Preparations are I ;when she was entering a public hall'! el' rifle is badly worn, but the new
Milan where his trial I j Cleveland, 6; Boston, 1. the lake at Piedmont ball will make the of
to ,
take Charlton Servia and Greece. \!: being made to drag 1 to attend the weekly conclave of the | change arms un-
will be held. London, July 21.-Th new Bulgarian I' Chicago, 1; Washington, 2. Park today to recover the bodyof 1 IVomen's Social and Political Union. necessary. The "Derguesse" ball is
cabinet under M. Radoslavoff for- St. Louis, I 8; Philadelphia, 11. W. C. Baker, Jr., the boy who disappeared 4 She had intended at the meeting to I very expensive, this being its one

SEEK PALAGRA HOSPITAL mally notified the European powers :, Southern Saturday and .who is believed ;issue another defiant challenge to theovernment. drawback. ,
I Memphis, 5; Atlanta, 0. his to have been drowned. I
today of its readiness to order the ces- by parents .
Birmingham 4 Montgomery, O.I I?
Washington, July 21.-A Spartan- sation of hostilities immediately if the j i I 1 ; BIG FIRE IN PITTSBURG
burg, S. C., delegation today urged powers can induce Servia and Greeceto Nashville-Mobile, rain. The park officials are inclined to BUSINESS MEN'S MEETING i i
Surgeon General Blue, of the Public take similar source. i,' Chattanooga, 0; New Orleans, 0; 5innings doubt that drowning is the explanation I Special to the Sentinel

Health Service to support the estab- I of the boy's disappearance as his A special meeting of Orlando Business :[ Pittsburg, Pa., July .-With a
lishment of a hospital for pellagra at DEATH OF MISS MILLER i Carolina clothing could not be found anywhereat i Association tonight at rooms of! crash and roar that was heard for' C
accompanied i Asheville, 3; Greensboro, 2. the park. of the a portion of the fifth floor
Spartanburg. They were 11 the: secretary Board of Trade. : squares,
by Senator Tillman and Representative Miss Claudia Miller, a former well 1, Winstoh-Salem, 3; Raleigh, 1. All business men are invited. Members I of the Kauffman department store,.
Johnson. The delegation outlinedthe known and popular teacher in the'I Duram. 4; Charlotte, 3. .j PUBLISHING THE CHARTERThe -I; urged to attend; matters of importance i which was burning crashed throughthe
advantages the Public Health Service Orlando high school, died in Miami :1 All South Atlantic games post- 1: to attend to. I lower floors at nine o'clock to-
would secure in such a hospitalin Sunday, and her body was sent to ;| poned, rain. Sentinel announced Sunday thatit This organization is for the upbuild! ;?ht to the basement, burying a num-
the South. Representative John- Gainesville, Fla., for burial. Miss i i would publish the commission chari i ing of credit conditions in Orlando ber of persons in the debris. Five I
son last Friday introduced a bill to Miller taught in the city schools for j j WEATHER_REPORT ter to be voted on August 5th, this and community, for the mutual good men were taken out and rushed to the
appropriate $300,000 for the purpose. several years, leaving here about six:I i; Local showers Tuesday and probably ,morning; but owing to the indisposition ()f buyer and seller. hospital badly, but not fatally injured.At .
years ago. For the past year or two Wednesday. of one of our operators, it was midnight rescuers can hear the
If yon want the news, you 'need she has been employed in the schoolsat I. impossible to get it set up in type Best of copyrighted fiction, faint' cries of one buried workman
The Sentinel. Bradentown. i! Subscribe for the Sentinel. : for this issue. ,I1;o 50 cents Curtis & O'Neal's. reduced I and are working to reach him. I Ic


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CLASSIFIED toes. Can furnish half million. If I 1 _

It takes a working theory to pull GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDO Business Boosters (classifies advertisements interested telephone or write Dr. P. I Those desiring to make changes in

iff a practical stunt. midnight,)will received be run after ia the 10"Too o'clock Late:. _Philips____,_Orlando__ ___,_Fla.___________7-18____6t_; their' advertisements must have fteir

'to Classify" column. FOR SALE-Two good sound and i : copy in this office not later than coon

If a man is handsome he exagger- i, Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately gentle mules. Fine workers and ijof! each day to insure publication
ietes to himself. j A Regular DownpourOF 30 words one time, 2!3 a bargain, if taken at once. Call on
cents; three times 50 cents; one week or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- I TRIPS TO RUSSELL'S 1'OIN"'
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(six daily and one weekly editions])I I lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w .
More umbrellas are turned by the l) $1.00 month SS.OO. Those
; one i, wishing to make trips for
rind than are returned by borrowers i FOR SALE-$200 worth of furniturefor
[ usiness or pleasure, should see mii
i MISCELLANEOUSMoney in cash.
$100 Mostly new, party
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i ---- i or prices. Prompt service .
taking furniture can also have guaranI
That fooling the people nowadays BARGAINSIT to loan on improved prop desirable cottage. Rents $10 very per I teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Wi

appears to be a mist profitable pur- | erty. S. Y. WAY month. Address P. 0. Box 261, Or- i: hone, 360. 5-29 tf
iuit. I lando, Fla. 7-20-22-23
It t I FOR FIRE INSURANCE and Rea!I _______ ___
Estate see Jansen & Watkins FOR SALE OR RENT :> SHOP SERVICE-The very test
You are going too strong if you 6-24-lm. -- -- and quickest. No waiting. free:

tare much when the bock beer season ___ ___ n __ ___ ___- Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs. ;, filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps,

butts in.That r SIT IIS STOCK L MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street. i 11. W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine
| erty. See Jansen & Watkins. I street.
i 6-24-lm. Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in i

most of the country's cured North Georgia and she has decided to I BARGAIN IN A PRESS
i Go to W. W. Mallard's No. 11 Pine!
Jams nowadays appear to come from re-establish her home there so will
street for Cold Drinks, Cigars, To ', { Two revolution, seven-column quarto
jacking) houses. ; rent her home here with the privilege
$11.00REGULAR bacco, Fruits, Etc. 78tfWe Campbell press. Does good work.
: of purchase to responsible parties.
A bargain. Address Sentinel, O
That loafing may be easy work,but have good pasturage for few Reasonable terms will be given. FU jan-
i do.
it takes about all of a person's time more horses at Orange County Fair Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and I .

to accomplish it. PRICES $23.00, $22.50, Grounds-plenty shade and water. ; other desirable properties. No. 407 ; House or room for rent? New people -

Hugh C. Allen, At Fair Grounds. South Orange aveune. Opposite the : coming in usually look m the
gennerall,1 $18.00 AND $15.00. SEE CIRCIT- i i- High School Jul3 tf.
That some drunken men classified columns to see what is of-
Mr. T. A. Mann is moving his stock '
waste a good deal of time telling how LARS FOR PRICES OX OTHER 1 !fered.
of Fancy Groceries to the store on the FOR RENT
sober they are. I
GOODS corner of Pine and Orange Ave. for, j I GOING AWAY?
j FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
That marriage may be a tie, but merly occupied by H. C. Robertsonand all modern conveniences. Garage If so, don't forget to have the Daily

thre are a whole lot of people who'i -- i will be ready for business Fridaymorning. for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Ii Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto
7-10 tf. 515 East street. 5-15 tf
regard it as a slip knot.It J your summer home. No extra
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Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; anew i FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur- I II

is hard to induce a man to take Brown & Lartigue hotel; has all modern conven-.': nished and unfurnished. II I I

care of himself until there is some- iences; fronts on Ocean just southof JAMES A. KNOX. ,I

thing the matter with him. i ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per dayand : 6-26 tf. I

Men's and Boys' Outfitters II Ii 1 I upwards. Special rates by the;! ; FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger !

If a man is inclined to worry, he 1i week or month. We make a specialty touring car. Large and roomy. I
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. II
can always find some excuse for his i i[ of sea food dinners Thursday even- =

exertions in that direction.A I ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. WANTED

i That there are many peple who James H. Lee has returned after a | FOR SALE WANTED-Second hand four-pass- .
poor man always expects the can't stand prosperity. The horn of delightful two week's visit in Boston enger Ford. Must be in good con- I i
rich to be more generous than he is,I I' FOR SALE-New modern five-room dition. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of- I I aA s
plenty has started many troubles on and other cities, where he was enter house, centrally located. Apply this fice. I
and is frequently disappointed.No I
I the wrong road to happiness. tained by his friends.E. office. 7-1 d & w tf
FIRST CLASS Japanese cook wishes i
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one, no matter how independent I That almost any young lady or A. Douglass and family will move BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice situation in private family any- I Lfl

Bays all the things he would like to dashing young widow can make a soon to Sanford, where they will make suburb in east part of the city. Carl where. Address A. Care Sentinel.
Jensen. 7-20 4t
ay-and perhaps it is better that I their future home.
name for herself. If they are not

yay. I satisfied with the ones they have, a Miss Mary Aulin and her father OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision GRAIN AND FEED STORE Delicious SodaCold
to the Northeast of the city andI
I man, marriage license and minister have returned after an extended trip still have some choice lots there. Geo Chick has opened a grain and

That a man can feel so awful blue I will do the work. through the Gulf States visiting Carl Jensen. feed store on Boone street, between and satisfying, the ideal hot
ver losing a bank note that it won'tTorry
friends and relatives. They report a FOR SALE-Building 14x20 to be re. Church and South street, where he weather drink served just right at our
him a bit to lose his
tion. OVIEDO. delightful time, but are glad to be moved. Cheap for quick sale. Mrs. is prepared to serve the public with fountain. .

at home in Florida, where cool breezes Barnes, NO. 511 Highland avenue, N. everything in the feed line. He respectfully Now's the time-treat !
Oviedo, July 18.-Mr. and Mrs. Hut- blow and the mercury stands at lower of Amelia. 7-20 3t solicits a portion of yourself
Regardless .of what authors and to of Jacksonville, week- your All flavors.BUTT'S.
were among temperatures.The FOR SALE-Young Jersey cow and trade. 627lmANNOUNCEMENT
playwrights may say about it, we con- end guests at the Cushing House. heifer calf. Calf three weeks old.
tend that no burglar is a perfect gen- Miss Brown, a charming young lady Call on Mrs. E. R. Long, 312 West -- -- Kandy Kitchen

tleman. free advertising that the editors Church street. 7-18 7t -- ------ -- -----
from Tampa, spent several days last I __
week with her friends and relativesin have given Mr. Bryan will bring added FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, SHOP SERVICE-No charge for We have repeatedly published that
thousands to hear the lectures and Remington, made by Starr Piano filling oil lamps, pumping tires with
That possibly the reason New York town and at Lake Charm. want ads in the Sentinel must be
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, air filtered of water and I W.
grows so much more rapidly than Orlando Rev. William Stoner, pastor of the this will help the Chau'tauqua treas- slightly used, good shape in every re- grease. paid for in advance. We do not wish

is that married men locate therein Baptist church, has moved his family uries. You can not beat a man at his spect. Will make some reduction for Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street to hire an extra bookkeeper to keep

order to get in position to throw into the new parsonage. Oviedo has own game, and publicity is one of Bry. I cash. Music with same. For further Money to-loan on improved-prop-- track of them, and much confusionand
information to P. 0. Box 114
rocks at the statue of Liberty. extended to them a cordial welcome. ans long suits. Winter Garden apply, Fla. 7-10-dwtfl erty. S. Y. WAY. mistakes will be thus avoided.


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They Looked Like Egyptian Galley Everything in Drugs | |
Slaves to a Traveler. .

Harbors then are none from (;JiuyaQUll. Bargains! Bargains !
!. Ecuador to Cullao. Peru the I
ships anchoring abut a half mile offshore I
a fact that in these peaceful

water entails neither the discomfortsnor Special Bargains during the remainder of this monta. J \

tncinveiiiences that it does' vn other Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
coasts Here at Etl'Il"e hoistedour
n.pa'eIll'r: aboard in a sort DeLaney e & bernethy and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every-

of car like those used!' in roller coast 11 body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off
ers four people at a time. Freight is Ladies' Shirtwaists from 4Sc up.

transferred in lighters which they call ":: _,; Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
lancias Even before we had been WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 Gingham, from 9Sc up.

"received" by the captain of the port I M Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
several of these could i.e een approaching I :
;; from 25c up.Ladies' .
How can I describe them? They are r RY OUU KK c BEAM \ Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
about the size of a seagoing schooner r; : styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up. It
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form seats for ten men. whose brawny :\ :- Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
arms and well developed deltoids and 4.' ,t. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
pectorals would do honor to trained Hats from 25c up.

athletes Their tyi> -the broad, flat ..111011111111II.IIIIII".IIIIIIIIIII.I.I'.llt'I Men's Clothing, such as, Blue Serge, Mohair and f
face, the hteh cheek bone the narrow
Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and
eyes set atilt and the drooping mustache up. .
-plainly shows their descent Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
from the Chimus, that strange Chineserace I Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up,
whose civilization seems to have ; ; ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles

centered about Trujillo, somewhat far 0)+llitt"'IIIIIOIIIIIIOII'I"lli llttll'II'lllllltl and color:, from 5Cc up. RBoys'
ther down the coast Clad only in Jerseys -. Pants fr.m2c; up.

and trousers bareheaded or shaded 1 BSIiWt, nwwwv w WNbtrt+.rHwJwtirv www i wj waW.+vdW Mer.: :.ind.Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 4Sc up.
wide rimmed straw hats, each Y'
by 1 :Mer -, ,.nd Ho\s' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c; up.
lays hold of a gigantic sweep five on
LIGHT THE : exceptional low prices in addi '
a sh1e1111 how they row wins and Nott.ithbttinding:: our ,
wing throwing the whole weight of tion we gi\.e away' premiums in chinaware to everybody ;

their mighty; frame upon the oars, who trades with us. -
rising in their seats till standing!-the We want your trade and we assure you that we will l
boatmen I ever saw who suggested :
only give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee
the galley slaves of tht(Cgyptians c '">.-
satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and
or triremes.-Ernest the men who manned Plexotto the in Roman Scrib- t Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I ; convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.

ner's Magazine: S their way by choosing the wrong road to sue- | : If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new f'i
THE FIRST WINDOW. H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando $
I customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts <; I IJ ,

What Is Supposed to Have HappenedAfter like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the i L x rttt
It Was Made.A I IJ f4htit-ot Wrtw
J trade within its reach: That is the reason
window is an aperture In an otherwise
I unbroken wall It, the said aper they command the attention of buyers I II -- -
tore was Invented for at least two rea- IJ MIMIMIMMIIM HMIMMIMMMIMtfttttlttj

ions-enable)ne to the provide light air to penetrate and the otherto the J For Every Store Ownert j I

cell thus saving candles coal oil, gas TUf OAKlAND THE MARKET
or electricity, as the case and community
and time may be. No matter how small his business, the Elec- ,

No hotel proprietor ever Invented the tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
window. No record exists of the age THE CAR I Of Cleanliness Of Quality ;
or origin of the window but common advertising. |

sense teaches us that some cave man Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub. t THAT EVERYBODYIS
started the custom of windowing habItations FRESH AND SALT MEATS
by poking a hole through the mit a'sketch. !C;
clay wall of his residence and findingthe I TALKING FISH AND GAME
No Trouble Us No You.
to --- Expense to j ;
resultant light and air good to see I
and to feel.Whereupon. ABOUT Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Mrs. Cavedweller sniffed
contemptuously and fastened the ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
branch of a fig tree over the newly in-
ORNDO pure.
Tented window in such a way as to' .I.Ii
keep out as much light as possible! .
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
"What's that?" inquired the head of !
the cave. COOK WITH GAS MAGRUDER everything in the Meat Line.
"That's a curtain. was the not un-
certain answer.-Pearson's Weekly fafWWrWMfW**.-...AAAAAiAAAbA"' '-' ,J
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He Wanted to Know. .IMIiM IHIII IIMimiMMMtlltmiiMiltlttM Mil
Henry aged five had two younger

moved brothers.linoleum.and Henry's was In busy order father laying to facilitate the had kitchen just the. ORLANDOBUSINESS S irella Corsets H. M. Self & Co.

work he gave Henry the task of furnishing -
him with tacks. The little fellow COLLEGE (Not Sold in Stores) 18.20 PINE STREET
worked faithfully for .half an i
Wear a corset made to fit Ask i
you Phone No. 80
hour. Suddenly, however he turnedto
for a demonstration. Call or send post
his father and said:
"Papa you like me best, don't your IlilMIMMttMilHHIIIHtMMMIitMMIiMMtt
"Oh. I like all my bays" said the CORSET PARLORS
father. MODERN COURSES IN --- -- -- -- -
SOS West SU Cor. South Orlando, Fit 1- -
"Rut don't you like me a little bit I MRS. J. VAX BUSKIRK, Corwtkre MMIMMCMItMIHMItMMMMMIMIiMMHttttttHI
better than the others?"queried Henry"I Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor- I

like all my boys equally. well."answered __ __ ____ _--I II II
the father. poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, J 1f $+)
"Well papa" said the lad. after a ; Bri KI Bri KI Bri KI
moment's reflection "what's the use Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law, I YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ; I

of my handing you these tacks then?" Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all ,
Indianapolis. News By Getting Prices on your ; ;, ,
Branches of Civil Service I Brick and Stone Work *
Not a Gentleman's BetA 1 Before Building. CEMENT BRICK

lawyer tells this story: "There are Phone Write ,
brothers in St. Louis
two a brokerageofce
not twins but they look so : Acme Brick and : These Brick are better than Clay Brick

much alike that even the head of the Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
firm cannot tell them apart. I wanted : StoneVorks I i and they are cheaper
Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
to invest $20.000: for an estate that I :
represent and as I greeted one of the : I
brothers I said ates. CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. I
duplicate facetiously : ., : FRANK HYRES
'Pet $2 you are your brother,' and I Patronize Home Institutions.For .
produced a two dollar bill He said. :
Maker of Artificial Stone
Wait a moment till I get $2 from the : Money to loan on improved pro? M .
cashier and I'll cover that bet' erty. S. Y. WAY.
went to the rear of the office, came : Prices and Terms call on or address: ---- : Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.lUIIIIMMMIMMMIIMIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMM.
back a moment later and said. 'Here's I Shanibarger's for bicycles and .
the two dollars.' Sundries. t1I j
"I said: 'The bet is off. 1 know now I
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Busillegs ll
that you are not your brother, and no I Orlallifo ll Colleae[

-gentleman St Louis ever Post bets DiSpatch.on a sure thing.'" I illlllMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIMIMMHMMIIMIIIIHIII MIIIIMe'

Softening Penance.
"She's a member of the advanced I HAND BUILDING WM.SLEMONSWhere
dietetic class. I understood her to say .
she hadn't eaten a breakfast for two
months." I+UMIIIIII *****

"Mercy, bow can she get along with,

out"Well ItT she eats a hearty 11 o'clock ADTHE Do You Buy Your SHOES ?
o'clock luncheon dinner, and a and 5 o'clock always tea finishes, and a the 7 IR

with appetizing at mid-
day an supper I
nl -CIE.'t'elnnd Plain Dealer.! HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"Other
I jj )jiii l) gr )lptyJI "'IiuMM rI
----- I people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.
Method In Geniality.
"What i* your purpose in shaking Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $4.00 kind. They are

bands with everybody you see?" I heBestis the Cheapest known all over the country as one of the best makes,
"Well.. replied Senator Sorghum, "I !

am a pretty powerful man.as a b Y J rsett Men's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $fc.50, $3,00 $3.50 and $4.00 1.
hands hard with SO GET THE BEST OF
rule 1 can shake so a
constituent that he won't have breath -- t We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. .. j( >v*

left to ask me any questfons.-Wash-. 9 We sell Boys' Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 i ,

Ington Star: ..:::: I Paints and Wall Paper t Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

T''** *-"-"-' We are looking for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00
*-,0 .
Wearisome Anticipation."I I .
wish I could find some way to live THE lv!! W UI.\ U'KK IN SAMPLESIS $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.

without workin'" GRAND AND J WILL BE PLEASEDTO ffi Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.
"What are you working at now?" Men's and Women's Rubber Shoes.
M0h. I ain't doin' nothln' now, but it SHOW ALL ffi
Bits so blame!: tiresome expectln' I may DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL TRADE WITH US-WE DO OUR BEST FOR YOU.

Lave to begin almost any time."-Chicago BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

Love of gain has been known to tarna ( w.M.SLEMONS _
wise man Intotfwl-rioridtTliaea- GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 I

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South Fiorda; Sentinel
gaiety continues in Jackson-
The Board of Trade had up the all
AND WEEKLY take from the Christian Herald ville, somebody has given Fred-"
MORNING Major important question of roads for Orange -
-- what we regard as quite pertinentin erick Roach uniform I Firestone ana
- --- a new that has county last night. Ik
Entered at the poet office at Orlando, i
the way of an editorial, on the
JTorida u Second Class Mail Matter. printed on it in large letters, "Chiefof The action of the Board of Tradein I
strain of life in our day. The writing Police". It is understood that theIa'or memorializing the County Corn-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES also points out just how much is being )
) is going to prosecute the charges missioners to have prepared a survey -:
lost in the way of character build-i against the head of the police department for a system of roads for the en- Isn't that a combination for a tire stock
THE DAILY SENTINEL ing by allowing ones self to be sweptoff I
and see if Chief Roach is tire county and the calling of an election
One Year $5.00 his feet by the currents of life.I Chief or not. for the of worth while ? That's our line-up for auto-
Six Months .. ... . .. ...... 2.50 Sooner or later pause must be had,I Some other citizens of Jacksonville purpose voting a
bond issue sufficient build mobile tires.
three Months..... .. ....... 1-25 the machinery can't run at so high a I I! want to present the head of the roads in the county, was to regarded good by They are fully guaranteedfor

By news carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per rate of speed and not go to pieces.,, police department with a fine horse. those who advocated the measure as 3,500 miles, and the guarantee is good

.- Daily and Sunday. I Ionth. The Herald says: 'I'' The only trouble in the way is thatno the initial move in the matter of beginning t for we will make adjustments right hereno -
"Many will regret that the old i
quadruped of the horse
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found variety the building of durable roadsin
sale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal's Book I Corner Clock,has seen its day. We retain can be found in the state that is fine the county. As we said, this is a expense returning to factory, or long
-Store- -and Wright Brothers. a fond and lingering memory of I enough to meet the taste of the Chiefs mater of prime importance and any wait besides.
We will appreciate prompt complaint if its conspicuous place in our grand-I i friends; and so the gaiety continues.The move that forwards roads will meet
fclivery is not promptly made by our carriers. parent's homes. When in its presence,I I'I Sentinel confesses to a smart general commendation on the part of
Advertising rates m-be furnished on ap..Ucation. we were fully conscious that with each degree of superstition. Thirteen may I the citizens of this great county.
stroke of its pendlum it was measur-!I be all right for President Wilson but I The Sentiel is disappoited and confesses *
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL ing time as faithfully and accuratelyas we are kind of shy clear of it. We I its disappointment, that the
for year, by mail postage paid.........$LOO if it had been a living thing. As the I I have misgivings also about these happenings Board of Trade did not specify brickas
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida months passed by, it would not be one I of Threes, and it has been a I the material to be used in the building -
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade BuildingPhone whit behind the seasons of the )'ear.1)great relief to us to see that the of the county roads. And it
24 It won and held our entire confidence. t Mayor and Chief of Police in Wheeling sincerely hopes that the county I I II Shop ServiceFree
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JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor So slowly and perstently did it perform I[ W. Va., have taken the second I Commissioners insist on brick being :
its service that, as we went into which indicates the '
SCIIUMAEditor i happening, lightening figured on when it secures plans
.J. F.
the library, it would greet us with I!I has struck quite a distance from for a system of couty roads. filtered air for tires oil for lamps and minor

TUESDAY, JULY 22ND, 1913. its soothing message, giving the supreme -,I Orlando. The gaiety there was caused I o carburetor, magneto and car adjustments while
assurance that there was"Plen- I by the Chief of Police engaging in Winter Park has found municipal : you

They ought to exhibit more winter ty-of time! Plenty-of-time!" It seem- !I a poker game with a one cent ante ownership of the water plant a success ': wait, by a mechanic who knows how.
scenes in the motion picture theatres.To ed to instila spirit of confidence and hand'I a five cent limit. It seems that and the electric light plant will be :
o contentment that made life worth these games were played in the club under the management of the town I
grow old rapidly, get a weather contentment that made life worth I; rooms where the Chief has a mem- within a few months. 'The entire lighting : :
grouch on and worry about possible while. We found time for business,I bership. The citizens of Wheelinghave system will be improved," sa's': @
l' diseases and financial troubles. for home pleasures, for social pas- been trying to find out how long the Winter Park correnspondent of I
o times, for the enjoyment of real l life. the Chief would have to play poker the Orange County Citizen, "and especial -

If a Commoner can't live on twelve Somehow, we had time to attend to before any considerable number of I attention will be given to street
thousand a year how much would it things-and to attend to them rightlyfor' dollars would change hands, providedthe lighting." More buildings are applying .
we worked to the tune of the game was clean. As the grievanceseems for water and the next of
cost an uncommoner to ?-Times- I report
Union.A old Corner Clock. to be now that it will take the the water plant will likely show even
o But today we have a small clockon 'Chief so long to make a few dollarsat I better results.Times-Union. I.1V\ r PHILLIPS & SONS

little boy's idea of heaven is a the mantle that jerks and sputtersall poker that the time is too extendedand o .

place where there are many swim. day long; a little brass con- must interfere with his duties as Bartow will spend $50,000 on its''I.
ming holes and baseballs and bats for cern that persistently urges us to head of the Police Department. streets, having voted for bonds to that ': 26 EAST PINE ST
.the asking. "Get-there! Get-there!" We catch its I We shall watch with interest for amount. j:
o / impulsive sentiment; the blood tingles the next disturbance. People may be fMHIMMf i

It.is a very uncommon Commoner, thruogh our veins, nerves reach high! as wise as the wisest, but there isn't -
who, according to his own statement, tension, minds are set awhirl, and we 'any getting around things happeningin
has been able to save up ten thous- unconsciously keep time with its jerk- I' threes. We only hope Orlando is
and dollars a year simply by beinga ing suggestion. We rush and fuss all going! to escape a two-cornered fight,
Commoner.We day long until we are half crazed; !jat I least during the hot weather. If
o and even during the silent hours of 1 i I the thing has to be pulled off in Florida WEDDING GIFTS .

met one man seven times on the night, our slumber is often interrupted -!!I we trust that some other place
the streets yesterday, and each time by its insistent "Get-there! !i I j will get it in the next.
he greeted us with the worn phrase, Get there! Get there!" In such state 1' o
'"It's mighty hot. Such a unanimityof of mind and body, we are apt to slight It is said that Editor Mayes will allow -
opinion to establish the the details of life's mission and work, the office to seek the man insteadof
The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,
fact. blunder over small things, shun mat- the man seeking the office, becausein
o ters that seem to be insignificant. We this instance, the man is not financially Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the Ideal store
Instead of giving so many prizesfor live too fast. The "Short cut" idea able to make the canvas.
for the wedding-gift seeker.
the breaking of all kind of speed prevails. Duties, privileges, respon- .: Evidently, Mr. Mayes is running too
records it would be vastly better to sibilities, unconsciously escape notice.I good a paper. He should start something
These things are so varied in style and price as to give
offer a valuable consideration to the Real purpose and servic in life fade "commener' 'and he will soon

man who has the necessary courage away under the stress and strain of I be able to lay aside enough ready cashto almost limitless choice.
.to apply the brakes. hurry and hustle. We become overburdened -! run and keep running if necessary.
What our hands find to do Especially if he improves the days of
From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling at a
11,000 miles of moving picture film is not done rightly, for we do all things i his vacations in lecturing to the com-
is sent from the United States to Europe either in too much haste, or complete-I mon people about the crimes of the dollar and upward.The .
every year. The larger part of ly unto ourselves, and not as rich, charging several hundred dollars
this is taken by the United Kingdom one of these my children." All this because -I per lecture. Frank is a fine newspaperman range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
When will those neighbors learn to we want to carry out the suggestion but he is not on to all the tricksof
I' the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main-
make thir own things and not be con- of the fussy little clock that I the trade.
tinually borrowing from us? tells us to "Get-there! Get-there! Get- ,r 0 tained.
there!" Let us turn over a new leaf
o Atlanta, the gem of Southern cities,
and learn to value time with
St. Petersburg papers report a is the scene' of almost daily crimes, Your most critical inspection is invited.
reduction in the prices of sid- more deliberation ,by measuring sys- not among the lowly and the vicious,
ing, shingles and almost all building tematized service with the length of
but in the higher walks of life; too
material, the reason given for the reduction the passing hour, and keeping at our frequently are these crimes exploited
being the over-production of work-slowly, steadily, persistently, I II I r in the newspapers with pictures of
learning thoroughness, and so to labor i'
the small mills near that city. There
the participants and details of their
to be no over-production in I that the little things of life and the I
.appears It would that
evil doings. seem a
Orlando. o I details nor of service shunned are, but neither recognized overlooked -j I I bad element threatens the morals and TI Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
the peace of this attractive city that
The Jacksonville Metropolis was I as steeping stones to greater things." should be curbed and checked to some ,

-started in 1887 with a capital of $1200 I 0 extent by a general overhauling and
and was sold last week for $275,000. Pensacola is planning a city marketto putting to rights by city authorities POST OFFICE
And this did not include the building cost $20,000. Escambia County!and an effort on the part of decent
which is probably worth fifty or sev- Crop Improvement Association is behind i people to eliminate, or at least tone EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
enty-five thousand more. Talk about the movement. The construction I I down the fast set that keeps up the t
your Monte Carlos and Klondikes, I.I. is to be of concrete and steel. pace.
what is the matter with a Jacksonville : .
publisher? I -
A Jacksonville man has lately mar- !
ried a Los Angeles, California, lady I i JUST REBUILTREGAL
The query arises, where will they re-I CleanSweepSaleli
side? Los Angeles people consider I
their city next in importance and
blissful conditions to heaven itself, I
and the Jacksonville man is of the
opinion that if he cannot by any
means remain in Jacksonville the next i Sallirtlay Julie 28

best place is heaven.o 1 j,

King Alfonso of Spain is reputed
the finest and most elaborate dresserin I
the whole circle of Kings. He 0 i Continuing Through July 13GIVEN
spends $1,000 per year just for waistcoats I, -

(we call them vests.) lIe has abatting I| 4-Passenger 4CylinderCAR I
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average of 100 neckties per !
year which costs from one to five I Free T AWAY Pres.1

dollars each, and everything else in i
proportion. His laundryman gets the I

benefit of three clean shirts a day and $275.00Fully To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will
his total outgo for keeping clean and I
pretty is $10,000 per year. i io be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky .
Equipped I three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
Daisy Markham, an Eglish actress,
brought suit agaist the Marquis of : selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.

Northampton for breach of promise i
and was awarded a judgement of a I
quarter of a million dollars. And that I
is not all. Marquis said he was glad ,

to give the money to Daisy, and wrote I !
her a letter saying he loved her still Marion B. Ives
and would marry her if it wasn't for '

Pa, who had exacted a promise from .
him that he would never wed any ,
lady without a title. Personally, we San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
believe the two hundred and fifty!
thousand dollars is worth more to i! I Second Floor .
Daisy than the Marquis would be. j



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PRICE 95 CENTS $1.00

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



sundae 15 cents at DeLaney & Aber. ,
nethy's. The members and friends of the)! The Plannet Jupiter Now On I Flour and Shortening !

THE TUNER Cathedral Parish are invited to attend Horizon. I \

ORLANDO, FLA. Mrs. A. P. Miller and daughter, a musicale to be held in the! Over the eastern tree tops Jupiter!

j Miss Vida, left last night for Phila- Chapter House tomorrow evening.An i begins to glow before it is fairly dark," Two Essential Things in CookingWE

delphia. enjoyable musical program; will j and he glows all night. He passes : KEEP THE BEST
be rendered by the Cathedral Choir: across the sky slowly and sedately,i I
Mr. J. Hugh Reese, of Kissimmee, several'' as becomes his dignity and magnitude I
Miss G. B. Jones left on the mid- with the kindly assistance of
spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. night train to visit relatives in Folks- other musicians; the whole affair being -. and he pales in the west as:I

ton, Ga.Miss ; under the auspices of St. Cecelia the soft rays of dawn come out of I FLOUR
J. Schnarr was a visitor on the east.'
Guild.: I
business in Jacksonville yesterday.Mrs. I I ,
Kittie Vanderpool, of Mait- This is one of the monthly entertainments He is neither evening nor morning I Pillsbury's Best '(_ Wesson Snowdrift Oil

land and guest, Miss Susie Ellis, of given by the Guild to pro- star; he is both; he is the white kingof Snow's Hobby (K P) --_ Snowdrift
J. B. Lawton, Jr., left yes- the night.
Ocala, were visitors to Orlando yesterday vide opportunity for informal social Gold Medal Cottolene
terday to visit relatives in Jackson- Just now he demands attention. He I
intercourse amongst the parishioners. Ballard Obelisk Crisco
ville. I draws the.eye of the evening stroller I sand '
Occident i Pure Leaf Lard
holds the of the belated I I
Mr. W. A. Adams, the affable repre W. R. O'Neal has lately presentedhis eye wanderer -, Pride of Denver Boar Head Compound
Master Arthur Gore is able to be .
Har daughter, Miss Mabel, a beautiful Ca-Mi-Co Self Rising Swift's Silver Leaf Lard
out again after a severe illness with vester.I Knabe piano, purchased from the I "What star is that-the bright one! Graham
fever. there?"
in Tampa, is spending today in Or- Drennen-Lattner Company. Way back.over I
lando. nearly half a century ago, when Mr. It is a question propounded many I
Mr. Gordon Wright left yesterdayfor times every night; and there is fine I It
O'Neal small boy, there was a
was a t
Jacksonville and a trip down the house- opportunity for the display of a little Order your CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS from us
Judge and Mrs. T. P. Warlow, Knabe piano in his mother's I
East Coast on business. wisdom in reply.
Misses Helen and Grace and Master hold. This instrument is still in good : X
"That is not star at all. It is I !\
Tom Warlow have returned to the playing condition and it is thereforenot
Mr. C. M. Berry and wife are here much smaller than the smallest star. :
city after a several days' visit to to be wondered at that when one II THE SANITARY GROCERY I
from Sanford visiting Mr. Berry'ssister Yet its volume is 1,300 times greater,
Daytona Beach. was needed for the new generation, '
Mrs. T. E. Hoskins. than that of the earth. Its glow is 11 '* :
they should turn to this old reliable I' CARUTHERS & GORE
not its light, but merely the reflection
own *
The fire department was called out make. Like Rogers Bro's. silver !' Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. '
Mrs. J. A. Abberger left yesterdayfor I of our own sun, a speck of I Ii ,
plated ware, the Knabe is in a class
the residence of
early last evening to I I
Dillsboro N. C., where she will
;bright moonlight gone astray up HMaMHMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMill+ftI
spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. A. G. Branham. By the time the by itself. among the real stars." I II i I -- --- - -- --- -- -
fire laddies reached Lake Lucerne,I I -
notified that the fire had I Mr. Edward W. Davis arrived in i Jupiter does not appear the largest,I'I:ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY -! MMMMMMMMMMim
invited to attend the they were a'
Everyone of the Venus who is
planets. Lady '
band concert and ice cream social at been extinguished. I I I the city yesterday from Ocala, his trifle smaller than the earth, shines
former home. He and Mr. Leroy B.i i I ulf Co1I.N
the band stand on Thursday even- I II I!Giles begin life together as a law with greater power, for she is a Mayer Galatin & Mayer have Refining
ing. E. H. Gore lost watch fob about much But she 134 Orange '
a !s(firm today. From what the Sentinel nearer neighbor. never thrown open to the public at I II
ten days ago and has been unable to will shows more than a few hours in the I avenue, an elegantly appointed
has learned of Mr. Davis, he give. I j jI :
Mrs. D .C. Thompson and daughter, locate it. Attached to the fob was a strength to the Orlando bar and the evening or a few hours in the morns -I and absolutely sanitary ice cream and]I''

Miss Ruby Neil, leave today for Mon- gold locket containing pictures of his I new firm will doubtless find in ing. 'soda water business with a fine line : Kerosene

treat, N. C., where they will enjoy wife and children. A reward will be.! growing city ample opportunity for lot candies made right here in OrI I I.

the salubrious mountain air until the paid if returned to the Sanitary Gro- their services. i LAWN FESTIVAL. I.i lando. ,

middle of September.The cery, 6 and 8 E. Pine street. This is a first class home enterprise Gasoline
The of St. Joseph assisted; of home
Phil Hart has opened a meat mar. Sisters and deserves the patronage
Orlando Cornet Band will givea Church by the ladies of the Catholic church, loving people. Lubricating
Mr. J. C. Anno started yesterdayfor ket in the corner .building on l
concert at the grand stand on Or- Jacksonville, where after a visitto street next to the A. C. L passengei. will give a lawn festival Thursday i I In their factory they will make to <

ange avenue, Thursday evening. The his neice, Mrs. Julian Carpenter, station. Mr. Hart has been cutting. July 24th, from 6 to 9 p. m., on the order brick ice cream or make it in! Oils and Greases
of the Emmanuel : Convent grounds, for the benifit of molds in shape and flavor to suit I
ladies Baptist he will go down the East Coast on a meat in Orlando for years and knows any+

church will serve ice cream. pleasure trip. This is Mr. Anno's all the ins and out of the business. the Sisters School. fancy. !; Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent
I first vacation in sixteen years and Patrons of the festival will be help-: Candy and ice cream made to order',

Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark White arrived )I I the Sentinel with his many friends I Prices from $1.50 to $300 per dozen ing a worthy cause. ,delivered to any part of the city free.\ 0$.141

in Orlando last night from Ancon, I hope he wil have an exceedingly pleas- -all artistic and high class at th
Panama, on a visit to their parents, ant outing. Evans' Photo Parlors-one block notUfrom 1 Every man that helps his town II I I

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White, of this Court House. helps himself. That is a fact not so BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGThe

city and Mr. and Mrs. Miner, of Ocoee. well considered as it ought to be. PHONES 450
The ladies of the Presbyterianchurch Board of Trade held an enthusiastic {
Many a man when asked to do some- 269
Miss Alice Bulloch _
and Mr. ilir
will hold their monthly "Sit-: : meeting last evening and
Caruthers and Gore have found it Round" at the church parlors today. foot, of Ocala, motored to Orland) think for his town excuses himself 01,"'many important measures for the I I : Orlando .. Florida
does it reluctantly because of the mistaken ,
necessary to put another delivery The function lasts all day. All ladies Sunday morning and were the guestof :s good of Orlando were promulgated,
wagon into service in order to serve of the church and congregationare Miss Ada Bumby for the day. idea that it may better somE: but on account of part of the Sentinel i HI MUM
other man but not himself. Tha is i. I _
This is the attend. force under the weather, are -
their patrons promptly. invited to Bring your .. being we -
mistake for what betters the
dull season of the year but their bus- luncheon and sewing. The young ladies Best ever is what they say and Orlando '. unable to publish a full report of their I BARGAIN IN LAW BOOKS
betters everyone that is in it.C .- I
iness has constantly increased which I are especially invited. Mrs Whit- people know. Evans' Artisti Gainesville Sun. deliberations. To close an estate 22 volumes of

proves that the people appreciate the man and Mrs. Branch are the hostesses Photographer, No. 100 North Mai:n Florida Reports and other law booksare

Sanitary Grocery. : for the day. I street. Subscribe for the Sentinel NOTICE offered at a very low price. Booksare

practically new. List and price
: The Twentieth Century Club will sent on application to the undersigned.Good .
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nesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. practice.


GRAND THEATER ,, FOR SALE-Gasoline engine and 7.11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla.
I pump. Box 427, Orlando, Fla. --- - ----
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(G ran rl u: ''l'l'lleatrei' t SHIRTSA

; "THE GOLDEN WEDDING" (Drama) . . ... Edison

I _
I Lot of
----- -- "THE WRATH OF OSAKA" (Drama) . . Vitagraph

MOTION PICTURES I With Maurice Costello in the leading role.! Manhattan Shirts i

Pictures Changed Daily. "THE ADVENTURE OF AN HEIRESS" (Drama) Kalem Some Very Pretty

Alice Joyce plays the leading role. Patterns for the Summer


PRICES[ from $$1.50 to $$4.00(
FIRST SHOW, I 7.15PM "AN ACCIDENTAL ALIBI" (Drama) . . . Edison .


P.M'e positively forbid anyone to solicit votes in the Auto I SCRUGGS & DICKSONThe i

Contest either in front or in the lobbv of this Theatre.

ADMISSION . . . . . 5 and 10 cents Home oi[ Hart, Schallner & Marx Clothes





SCRAPS. I Sentinel advertisers are Orlando I k- !I HMMMMMMMHIIIIillimilHimillimiilt
I and Orange county boosters. Don't I
Soxony supplies 54 per cent of the forget them when you have money to;
many.A cigarette. tobacco prepared in Ger-+I I spend for something in their line. Crepe Gowns, 98c.FULL LISTEN !

concrete keg, said to be almost i I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now 11
indestructable, has been patented bya j I Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne ; ;
Wisconsin inventor. I *&&tewIT LINE MUSLIN UNDERW Theater and Magruders Lhery Stable. ;

As wages advance in Chile there is I EAR, EMBROIDERIES, We want to get everybody in the habit of spending |
a growing demand for shoes and the a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
better cerne.
grades are imported. I

Australia's co-operative industries 1 tPaD,la II STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.
continue to increase in number. They tT MP I I
report financial success. i
The Chilean government has appropriated -
during 19l3 on sewer and water sys I IS JUST AS EASYTo
tems. I ; OFFER YOU

Apparatus by which gas lamps can]! McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
lighted and extinguished by wireless'; ;I
say "Gi>e me a dish of THE MOST OF THE BEST
waves has been invented in Germany.I i I POINSETTIAIce
Eggs can be boiled, steamed and: Cream, as it is to omit i
poached at the same time with a new' the name-why do you do For the Least
124 South
cooking utensil on the chafing dish i' it, when by saying POINSETTIA Orange Avenue
you get so much
Tiny but efficient electric lamps to!' more real VALUE for your Tender
be worn on their caps,by bandmen at money i Juicy Meats
night and supplied with current by -- -

. storage batteries have been invented. Its better, becaus ewe make it ;Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every You can always depend on gelling Ihe best at our
so no trouble no expense no effort -
The dry farming congress met at market, and Jon will find Ihere is a wonderful difference -
Garden City, Kan., in a pouring rain.i is omitted or considered too
been great in order to make POINSETTIA i .. in meats.
The farmers are said to
ironical situa.1 I the standard of purity I"I'I ."... ,
much amused at the ,

ters tion.American of Tasmania salmon are in prospering the fresh wonderfully wa-- and quality.in Its your for town sale ;1! ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANED[ COART&PIGUE LBOONE H

Some of them have increased -
in weight from two ounces to four mm ORLANDO, FLA.

pounds in twenty-one months. I' V. \V. ESTES & CO PHONE 105

Elizabethtown, Pa., Masons have
dedicated a Grand Lodge Hall first of a ORLANDO, FLA. Have your room or house
planned group of Masonic buildingsto
cost $5,000,000 and to constitute a No. 4IHMMMIttiiiilMittt cleaned without. dust or trouble
home for aged Masons.A .

farm of 160 acres has been deed- of moving furniture .
ed to the schools of Paoli, Kan, Money -
from the farm is used to buy books, WE ,BUY FOR CASH MIdSVfflffiOF Reduced Prices
e [ [
clothing, etc., for boys and girls who I
The Pierce Electric Co. send
wish a high school education, but cannot i an !

afford it I Middleman's Profits perienced i On all Dress Materials, Laces, Em-
A prize of $1,000 has been waiting I No Interest to Pay man.
in Philadelphia since 1859 for the first broideries, HosieryAND
resident of North America who shall I
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determine by experiment whether or OF THE SAVINGSWe -
handle building material in its I
not in-fra-red rays are transmittedwith
completeness, Brick. Lime, Cement, MILLINERYHAITLTQMDUM
the speed other light
same as Lumber, Roofing Tiling, Etc.. Etc.
ra's Better and cheaper than the other

Malay 772,800 Rubber states pounds shipments-in 100 January per from cent.totaled federated increaseover 4-j fellow.DYE d. LUMBER Prompt shipments COMPANY guarantee The PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ C01, Inc.UHURC [ MISSES

January, 1912. Considerable I
increases are anticipated with the: Gainesville, Florida
bearing of of the many young plant.I d i P. 0. Box F493 Barclay
ations. No. 2MtllMtiMHillMMCIM
till 11111 11111 11111 III'11111"III" 11111 11111 II'

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


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

.. .

We bid for your We extend liberal

r business on credit to all and '

the merits of make special

our termstothosewho

merchandiseand wish it.

the .

lowness of ourprices 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 & BnowdenLow

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

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like Photographing a Creatures misnomer Are Shown Inv but the at;ible correct Monsters.Invisible to to the sap sounds Eye In- ORLANDO O--BANK.4 K & TRUST I COMPANY 4 fI : LICEHETIUTEII l [ [ I [ [

Tialble the unaided This
by eye. complex ,I
and valuable seic is revealing
wonders In the excessively minute. Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. : HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES

and myriad objects animate and Inanimate of ,
Resources over Three-quarters a Million.
are brought to view whose existence I.
has all along been unknown. ,
Two methods of Illuminating the objects -: Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller :
., ---- at the Close of Business 4..REELS..I.4
are In use-strong light is passed I .. .. ." .
*through very thin layers of the substance i I ,(( : .' :-.t t June 30th, 1913 .
or reflected from the outside I '. .; I: :;;. :i- :rr- I
..... r'" ,,;.t ful' I RESOURCESBanking
also from
surface of thick masses and ; .'. e
: : :.. :1
House, Furniture
the external portions of exceedinglysmall : L
-,' ;I.r M ... .. .. I PROGRAM TODAY
opaque bodies. : .i ;1-tM .. ..' and Fixtures It$ 25,867.37
l .
These solid particles can be plated 4, .. J.: + :r" Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
on glass slides or floated In transparent i 111 tF Overdrafts .... It II It .It It 83.98

liquids as a drop of water Le-I =r" .tr ; ". ; Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 '
tween two very thin glasses. jp g .s-.j". }. t-a I! Cash on Hand and in Banks 254.083.11 "CALIFORNIA'S POULTRY" . . . American
the glasses close together; there Is no l : .' l' -1.J1; .,':. . I
danger of killing the smaller kinds of ..l"itJ1:}"- ; ,.: An interesting, highly instructive educational subject ;
I .I "11 :;... :. $661,647.12 i
microbes. .
animals,such as bacteria and '\- .1
of and
};" : importance; magnificent settings superb photography. -
They have plenty of room In a film of I 4' gw w: ",- .' i : : LIABILITIES V

water so thin as to be beyond Imagi t Fi .a.lI: Capital ............ ...100000.00 .
; fi I :: t I
nation. f ,. ,., : p?..1 Surplus and Undivided I
I .
The magnifying lenses for expansion f bil \ Profits ....... ....... 33,889.11
of Images of these minute objects In --.......... Deposits .......t.......... 527,758.01 "HIS UNCLE'S HEIR" . .. . .. . RelianceA
require the most consummate skill
manufacture, the microcamera likeWise C ; t.iI fascinating love drama. :
and the two combined are tri $661617.12I .
umphs of human genius. The finished
products, the perfected pictures are I The officers and directors of the Orlando : "THE GANGSTERS" . . . . : .. Keystone I
highly educational. Many different ,' ,; Bank and Trust Co. desire to
I A crackerjack Keystone comedy with Fred Mace
kinds of greatly Improved glass are eM4t call the attention of its depositors and -a t

now made In Jena. Germany and friends and the citizens of Orlando good hearty laugh in every scene. .
these have almost revolutionized mi to the above statement The management -

croscopy. And the wonders accomplished -;, I t t of the Bank feels that this show

by using the most sensitive ing reflects the conservative, sane and "HER DARKEST HOUR" t . . . ThanhouserAn
plates ever made,and these with many
different kinds of waves of light are f progressive methods employed in this interesting drama with plenty of action and deep !

almost beyond comprehension.The ;- financial institution. Strength begets I heart interest.
"Arabian Nights" people are confidence, and strength is no where
eclipsed. Thus put a drop of stagnant displayed better by a bank than in
water on glass lay a thin plate uponIt United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. MttiiMMMilliMMI
press down, and the layer of water J -
1. :
will be thin Indeed. Put It under the ; MHMMUHMMtMttMMMMIMiMMMMIMIimtHDAYTONA
microscope, turn bright light throughthe ..

layer, pass this light Into the very BEACHThe
small camera and let It fall.on a pre Sheep Manure Fertilizer
pared moving film; then the amazing .
effect of animals In motion Is to be WRIGHT
fixed on a film that Is Itself In motion. REALTY & SEED CO. T P'' FORTrack = New Hotel NeptuneIs
This film a long strip, Is then placedon ESTATE
rollers and unwound, so that It will t : REAL Garden or flowers : now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland, '
BusinessOrlando i
in Our
pass powerful projecting lenses a formerly owners and managers of hotel Despland, Daytona's finest

moving picture outfit. Florida PRODUCES RESULTS : and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune. '
This Is. Indeed photographing the
Let it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a
.unknown. Since man appeared on
earth no such aid to refined research Does NOT Burn :I corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with

Into natures labyrinths has been dis private bath.HlliittMHIMItltMHtlMMIMiUMIIHiMMMMli. f
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'covered. Then a large audience can I
see all that there Is in a minute dropof ,
water on a screen from ten to sixteen

feet In diameter. Totally invisi Stylish t aod e3rvicebIe are an ccessories at [conomical Prices ftMllilltlllllttllMHMMIIMItMMMIIIHUHJMI
ble creatures become monsters and

eyes move of with the people.great rapidity Thousand before of new the I It MaKes t No BlItereilce l' H
n nIn
species of minute living organisms are Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
rescued from realms of the unknown. Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
-Edgar Lucien Larkin In New York
American. Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

New Neckwear. PARASOLS'RAINCOA what part of the State you want to build, you naturally

Bamboos as Water Pitchers.In Crepe and muslin waists. TS desire to purchase the BEST material at the LOWEST

the Hawaiian Islands the natives Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a CompleteLine price, with the QUICKEST deliveries and .the BEST
carry their supply of water about with Balkan blouses. freight rates.
them In long bamboo tubes, the jointsof
which have been knocked out. Girls ISN'T THAT A FACT ?

may be seen making their way to nearby I Come ;and pay us \isit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure you will see Acknowledging that they are Facts, then YOU
springs with the family "water something to interest
fill the hol-
Jug. They patiently long
low In the bamboo with water, block- JELK'S Macon Brick, Paving, Building, Fire and
Ing up the end with a wooden plug. B. SALOMON ORLANDO Rough Texture.
This la then carried to the hut and ,
lasts the family for several days, keep- LEGG'S Fancy and Faced and Pressed Brick.
Ing cool) and sweet in this novel re- BIBB'S Sewer and Drain Pipe.
ceptacle. The larger bamboo trunksare
used in the same way as receptacles I TissssIstsntsnts: : : :: .. ...:tsts : ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT.

for storing various household commod- "The standard by which all others are measured"

itles.-World Wide Magazine. Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.
Changed With Time. BEAVER BOARDS.

The word "affectionate" is an Instance Quick deliveries. Wire at
# my expense for prices delivered -
of how meanings change, for
to any part of the state.
an affectionate person was originally
the reverse of agreeable, the word i .
meaning passionate willful. John Phones 207-208
Knot In 1554 writes of "the government YOUR SEWER
of an affectionate woman" being Salesrooms, Wharves.
"a race without reason," and a century W. R. Fuller 1 SIIMIiMMMMtAHMiMllilHMtMMMMt and e Knifht and Terminals Yards
later another writer deplores! the evils PA. FLORIDA
of affectionate soldiers. And now, as
any nursemaid knows affectionate CONNECTION '"
soldiers have no e\Us--London Stand-
a .

"Do you know Clara we ought not
to subscribe to the opera any more. I Gifts to PleaseMay
We bind ourselves, and afterward we
have to hear the same things over and
Oft again. I R
"As if that were any reason! I have You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks
also bound myself and have to hear
the same things over and over again and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which safely purchased fromus
from you."-Meggeudorfer Blatter.
will be some months hence.

The Hottest Mines.It Why let your money lay idle? We will sign con where everythingis
Is said that the hottest mines lithe
world are those of the famou!s tracts with you now to make these connections any time
Comstock lode. On the lower level! guaranteed.
the heat is so great that the men can. within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city, >
not work over ten or fifteen minutes a t
a time. Every known means of miff for 13 cents per foot. l :i
gating the heat has been tried In vale
Ice melts before it reaches the bottOEef Give this work to your home company and we are w

the shafts. here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and I i Allen & Co.

The Postage Stamp Portraits.Thackeray's you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied
noted "postage stamp'"
picture of the English royal fa mil;F with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing I
was made by cutting the heads troD
and certified to him.
inspector by
postage' stamps! and mounting them o JEWELERS
pen sketch bodies drawn by the autho r ,
with his characteristic humor.

Not Original Sin. Orlando
Adam heard them blame the cost of ,
acing on the middleman.The .
only thing they don't blame o n
the first man" he thankfully observe<*

New York Sun.Wise Mabel. The F. JOSEPH RAEHN

Mother-Mabel), why do you take Repair Department at
pieces of cake? Mabel-'Cause,

you Puck.told me not to ask twice for twPlumbing and Heating Co. your service always.

No day Is long enough to waste asf
It nursing a grouch.-Cnlcago Nee B,



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.,111111111.,1,1,1,11,11.111.111111111111111111 NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF

Louis C. Massey, President
Work has begun on the fifth storyof
T. Pieton W rlow. Vktftm. 8. 1ht n How, Cukkr the Tarpon Inn at Tarpon Springs.

Board C. Babcock Aut Cuter Samuel A.Newell Aut Cukkr
New Smyrna is to have a series of

chautauqua entertainment this win

THE ter.

The Methodists of Sarasota have

- commenced the erecton of a splendid

STATE BANK brick church which-is to cost $15,000.

From all indications work will startin

t the near future on the new line of

railroad from Arcadia to Manatee.
of Orlando

Improvements are under way on the

.. Hollander House in West Palm Beach,
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which will double the capacity of that 4 Per Cent Interest on $1,000

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND hostelery for the coming season.A is

sand brick plant is to be established $19,955,400.13in
I in Miami in the near future.The
i 250 years
The Bank which transacts more business than : company wil also erect a three-story
: apartment house on the Miami Beachin + ,
Jacksonville and Evansville Ind., Oct.
Bank between Tampa
any : demonstration of the utility and
Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the
: beauty of the prroduct.Two .
credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interest

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up fruit schooners arriaved in j for 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount to
9,955,400.l3.-Post! Tribune.
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I port from Centeral America and one

banking principles with careful attention to ,the legiti- I cargo consisted of more than 53,000
I cocoanuts. They were shipped via the
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the public I Mallory Line to New York and it was

is reuected in the large amount of deposits. I th largest cargo of that product yetI
from at time for
shipped Tampa one
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 .
many j"eatsTampa Tribune.One

of the biggest business deals
that has been consummated in Ocala

I in some time took place Tuesday afternoon -

t when C. L. Anderson, former-

correspondent banks are located in every part of : manager of the Ocola Lumber &
I Supply Company, purchased the Novelty -
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I Works and lumber yards of E. E.

United States. Converse, located near the A. C. L.

I depot.

..IIMililillimilMiMtMMiiMHIIilillllHHHn Let work (for in
-- With the extension of the Florida your money you

HAD A NARROW ESCAPEA ORLANDO IN 1888 East Coast railroad into the interior

of the State now completed from May- The Peoples National Bank"It

serious though not dangerous accident Mayor Dr. Fostor S. Chapman; town to Whittier and the work of

occurred to a young Orlandoman Clerk, John P. Watson; Marshal, B. surveying the line from Maytown to "
at Daytona Beach Sunday. The B. Campbell; Assessor R. T. Way; New Smyrna also finished, indicationsare is a pleasure to serve you.

facts as near as we can learn them ( Collector S. A. Robinson; City So- most favorable for a regular train

are as follows: : licitor, W. H, Jewell; Alderman, A. service to be established between New

Saturday afternoon, Robert Magruder -jH.I Birnbaum, W. W. Deadrick, Jas. Smyrna and Whittier within a year. HIMIIIMMMMHIIIIIMIMMMIIIMMMMilMMilliilllililiiiitllttilMMMM .

and a party of young friends wentto L. Giles, E. R. Gunby, C. H. Munger, -New Smyrna News. ----- -
Daytona to spend the week end. :I S. E. Ives, L. G. Harper. +IHIIiMMimtHMN.

Sunday morning at 4:30 several motorcycles The new St. Lukes Hospital, which
started from Orlado to spend City Directory. has been in course of construction in .

the day at the beach also. Among i I Board of Trade.H. Jacksonville for some time, will be P. YOWELL '

these was Mr. Martin, a young man G. Garrett, President; T. J. Shine completed about the middle of August,
employed at the Pure Food Gro- Vice President; James A. Knox, but on account of the fact that the .
cery on Church street. Treasurer; W. R. O'Neal, Secretary; buildings will .be fitted with an an un-

Some time during the day, Magruder -:; Thos. C. Gray, Cor. Secretary. usually complete equipment, such as
and two or three young men start- ChurchesM. plumbing, heating and screening, itwill

ed out for a run. on the beach and E. Church, South, W. M. Poag, require workmen until October
were going along at what is consid- Pastor. 1 to complete the finishing touches.

ered a moderate gait over there. They Congregational church; Rev. J. E. This hospital is being built along lines NEW\ ARRIVALSWe
were hugging the water and noticed I Tomlinson pastor. employed in Germany and will be dif-

Martin approaching from the oppo- i Baptist church; Rev. N. A. Bailey ferent from the arrangement of any

site direction, but well up on the shore pastor. other hospital in the United States.

line. As he came nearer he evidently j St. Luke's Episcopal church; Rev.

concluded to run nearer the water i I E. M. W. Hills, D. D. rector. Some of our exchanges come to uswith have just received from the cream of the Eastern marketstwo

and started riding directly towardsthe i St. James Catholic church; FatherJ. the local news page made up ofa

automobile. As he got very closeto J. Creed pastor.Y. hit and miss jumble of local news special values in RATINE and VOILE, and we are goingto
them that unlessone M. C. A. J. H. Lord
Magruder saw ; president. items and local ads. This may be profit-
of them turned there would be a able to the advertiser, but we doubtit offer them to our customers at about ONE-HALF the

collision. In the excitement, both the W. R. Speer, popularly known as for it is so unpleasant to the reader .

car and cycle made several turns and ,!I "Bill Speer," lives on a place a mile that he will soon cease to read either USUAL PRICE.

finally the cycle struck something on and a half northeast of Orlando, that news items or ad's and the value of

the shore that refused to move and j i would be a credit to any man's taste the space is materially decreased.

Mr. Martin took a double header and.I 1;I and energy. Advertising space is valuable just in

was picked up in an unconscious state proportion as the whole make up of
and brought to Orlando by Mr. An- The Orlando Glee Club composedof the paper is such that the public will

derson in his car. He was out of his ,, J. L. Guernsey, Carl Warfield and be glad to see it and read it. Tryingto
head most of the way home but was i,i J. Edward Allen rendered some fine force people to read advertisementsby STRIPE RATINE BEAUTIFUL STRIPE FRENCH VOILE

at work this morning though feeling music at the ratification meeting. The placing one between each little

considerably shaken up. Personally, song "The Red Bandanna" was par- item of news is like forcing bitter Just what you need for travel- In all colors; all the rage for

he is unable to recall any of the circumstances ticularly pleasing. medicine down a childs throat between
afford miss
ing. You can't to
afternoon and *
connected with the accident morsels of good food, and while it evening gowns.
A Renaker of Lake Howell displayed may some times be necessary for this opportunity to buy this

Joaquin Estafani, the young man some fine samples of tobacco of his children in times of sickness, it will sold for Usually priced at 25 cents.
latest novelty usually
who tends shop for Whitney Wright, own growing a few days ago. not have a good effect on the grown ,
was another of the motorcyclists who ups in time of health. 50 cents. Our Price Our PriceNOW

made the trip to the beach. He gota BUCK'S CORNER

sun stroke or some other kind ofa Seventeen head of sleek
stroke, and also hurt two of his fin- Billious Jones is staying over at Jerseycows on Cents Cents
the Lighstville Seminary to be a botanic are now browsing on new mead NOW,
gers during the trip and was being 14
the Matheson
ows on Hugh tract on
mended and fixed up by Dr. Edwards I doctor and cure fits. the key Biscayne, the nucleus of a Lid Per Yard Per Yard

Monday morning. big cattle ranch and dairy which Mr.
I Punk Jones and Skinny Jane Slo-
I Matheson is for the
: near
f| cum went to church Sunday night.
11.111.1 BAD START I future, and which it is believed will
They act like a pair of sick kittens. i
I accomplish the final domestication of

They tell of one Orlando man who I Aunt Mahala Cronkhite made fifteen that wild and wooded island that for The above is only a part of the many new arrivals, which we
loaded his family into his car at 2 centuries has been undisturbed save
gallons of soft last week.
o'clock Sunday morning and startedfor soap occasional will have
The Cronkhites always did try to keep by pirate crews. The rapidly on display.
a day's outing at Daytona Beach'
clean. growing demand for milk, cream
When he got to Sanford his sparker i and meat in Miami and the insufficient

blew a spring out of the dufflicker and i i supply has convinced :\Matheson
The boys of this vicinity are nearlyall
the carburetter showed symptoms of1! that the cattle business will a'
afflicted with stone bruises and
appendieitis"I Fast launches N. P. YOWELLThe
most profitable industry. -
I stumped toes, but Doc Livermore
The Sanford doctor had none of the! thinks all will recover. will take the place of milk wagonsin
necessary springs and so the party bringing the dairy product to town.

took an outing at Sanford trying to : le[ figures that at least one disagreeable -
Deacon Jones
caught quite lot of
find some Semnole Indians while they catfish n the Mississinawa a Sunday i feature will be eliminated under I Big White Store
waiting for the to be i i
were springs
i afternoon and presented Rev. McSwat his plan; i. e., the milk will not be
sent from Orlando. These were finally with a nice mess. bumped over rough roads until it is I
reached and after the other vermiform -: I well nigh churned.Miami Metropolis. :
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troubles had ben reduced the'part I -- ------
Mart Buster desires to announce I Cured Without The Knife. ttHMfMtimilMMIMHttmillHiff
)' continued its journey, reaching! Cross Eyes
I to the patrons of the Buster House
salt water at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
having made the run in twelve hours. |!j that he has bought ten pounds of real AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY I "A woman came into the hospitathe FOR SALE i
cow butter and has placed mosquito and she was so cross-
Not withstanding all these troub-i other day :.2 07Ameiuca -
bars all the windows. 3 Big Reels 3"Conscience" --- ---
over down her
j the tears ran ,
les, they had a fine time aud the com- I eyed that ;
!I Street
bined owner and chauffeur was on back.
Amzi Stringer's mother-in-law died "Animated Weekly" Universal-cur- couldn't do anything for her:
hand at his stu- (:My, we nearly disclosed 'You I
of liver torpidity and congested kidneys rent events. I
his when did not could you? |
identity we
yesterday. She was much respected "Some Doings at Lonesome Ranch"a treated her for bacteria." J NEW TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch ;
intend to.) was at his place of business j "Yes, we ,
at 8 a. m., Monday morning. !I by all who knew her, especiallyAmzi western comedy. C Bath, Hot and Cold Water Electric Light.
to whom shelled her three- Coming soon "The Newly Wed'sBaby. Practical Plans for Getting More

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