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 23, 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: UF00087112:00065
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Jackson, Miss., July .-Trapped Washington, July 22.-Alarming Jacksonville, July 22.-A plan of I II Sofia, Bulgaria, July 22.: -The report -I Special to The SentinelBinghampton i Despite atmospheric conditions anda
by flames in the second story of an reports of an approaching crisis in retrenchment in the production of naval of the reoccupation of Adrian- N. Y., July 22.: -Fifty temporarily distracting fire alarm,
antiquated convict cage the first floor Mexico have been received here by I stores products which may mean ople by Turkish troops was shown and possibly eighty lives were lost,I the Board of Trade met almost on the
of which was used to store hay, grain high officials. It was stated yesterday the closing for thirty days of more of today to be false. It was spread by and fifty to seventy-five persons injured minute at 8 o'clock last Monday evening

ond molasses, thirty-five negro pris- upon unimpeachable authority, the larger portion of the plants over fugitive Bulgarian officials from that I in a fire which broke out at and consumed more than an hourin
oners were burned to death at the that the developments of the comingtwo the producing belt on August 15, ow- city who heard that a reconnoiteringforce 2:30 this afternoon in the four story I discussing good roads and other
Oakley convict farm twenty miles weeks are regarded as fraught ing to poor market conditions, was of Turkish calvary, commandedby I brick factory building of the questions. \
from here early today. with tremendous importance to the talked over through a mass meeting the notorious Enever Bey, had been hampton Overall Company. ) Bing-I Col. Bradshaw called the meetingto
With the flames rapidly eating Huerta government.So I which lasted all of yesterday at the seen in the vicinity. At this news the I the dead are women employed on the i order and Secretary Howard read
away on the only stairway leading to delicate is the information they rooms of the Board of Trade, when officials fled panic-stricken, believingthat I fourth floor of the building. Many I the minutes of last meeting, -which
the second floor, the entrapped pris- contain that an imitation of the ad- between two and three hundred operators the entire Ottoman army was were killed by jumping from the win were approved.

oners frantically tore at the heavy ,vices became known today only with met here. I about to descend on the place. dows. Others were caught in the jamon Nothing definite having beeen concluded -
bars that covered the windows but to I the stipulation that it was unofficial, As a final solution to the problem!'I Communication was restored today thenarrow stairway, following a |!' by the Special Committee on
brought the and that it should not be repeated as it was decided to draft a circular let- between the I
no avail Their screams Bulgarian capital and the panic rush for safety, when those on the weather bureau matter, the Com
two night guards to the scene before being the view of any official of the ter to more than 1,200 operators, ask-I' citadel of Adrianople. Official reports the fourth floor realized they were mittee was ordered continued. .

they had seen the flames, and soon United States government. ing them to meet in Savannah, Ga., I showed that the Turkish troops retired trapped. Mr. Giles presented a propositionfrom
other prison attaches hurried to the Authoritative publicatjon of the na- Pensacola, Fla., or New Orleans, La., I after reconnoitering the posi- Three times within a few weeks the Civic League concerning
cage. ture of the advices it was said prob- Aug 5 and render their decision in I tion. The Bulgarian government has employees have been called from their'' gateways to be erected at entrances to

Their efforts were futile, however, ably would precipitate the very crisis the matter of retrenchment, or closing ordered the fugitive civil functionariesto machines by false alarms, or fire drill 'I' the city and plan of one proposed for
as the flames drove them back each the dispatches forecast. The means down their plants August 15 indefin- return to their posts. Similar instructions signals and had marched to the street. : head of Orange avenue-cost of same
liberate the i by which the predicted events were to itely, pending market conditions. The have been
time they attempted to I sent to Bulgarian Today when the real alarm came in'l estimated at $516. Referred to Committee -
men. At last they stood aghast when be brought to pass what was to follow meetings in the three cities will be officials who fled from various placesin thinking it to be merely another drill I on Highways and Parks.
slowly the frantic screams of the were not hinted at in the reports, asked to go on record as favoring a the province of Thrace.MOHAMMEDIANS call, fourth floor workers leisurely left Judge Cheney presented from Civic
burning convicts died away as one which, so far, have found no reflectionin closing down of all plants and send their places and started for the exit,II League a suggestion that that'body
after another succumbed to the flames. military or naval preparations by committees back to Jacksonville for I REJOICE when they were met by rising smoke I and the Board of Trade arrange to

Finally all was quiet and the smell of the United States.Meanwhile another meeting August 8. I Calcutta, India, July 22.-The advance and saw flash and flames which start- rent for three years rooms now occu
burned human flesh permeated the air the administration is Before the close of the meeting yesterday -]I! of the Turkish troops across the ed from some unknown cause under I pied by the People's National Bank,
as the flames burned the last of the marking time on the Mexican prob- the body was resolved intoa 1 I new frontier line from Enos, on the the front stairway. The orderly I (to be vacated October or November,
building. | lem pending the arrival of Ambassador committee of the whole, a general I(I Aegean Sea, to Midia, on the Black march to exits turned into a mad rush I 1st,) and to have the Rest Room and
Everything was in the flames' fa I Wilson from :Mexico City, whichis discussion reported on what had been Sea, which was arranged between for stairways, many realizing that restaurant arranged therein.On .
vor. The building was constructed ten expected by Thursday or Friday. done in the 'morning and a decision I(I Bulgaria and Turkey after the recent this was hopeless, rushed to the win- Judge Cheney's motion a com-
years ago of lumber taken from a President Wilson finds himself in made to gather the names of all op- war, has been received with hearty dows and jumped to the street below. I mittee of three was appointed by the
discarded penitentiary! there is no the same state of doubt as to the ac- erators present to be fixed to the circular rejoicing by the Mohammedans of India The exact number of casualties may' Chair to report at very earliest con-,

fire fighting apparatus at the farm tual conditions in the rebellion-torn letter. The newspapers here assert that not be known until tomorrow, becauseof venience after taking up the matter
and the first floor of the building was republic as he did when, in the hope The meeting here yesterday was at- ,any attempt on the part of Great: the confusion following the fire. with the League. Messrs. C. E. How-
filled with inflammable material. !of getting at the facts, he summoned tended by operators from all over the j I Britain to coerce Turkey into aban-' Hospitals are filled with the injured, ard, W. R. O'Neal and II. H. Dick-
Farmers living nearby hurried to j the American Ambassador to the cap- naval stores belt. The meeting was' doning her new project, will lead to but many of them less seriously injured son were named.

the scene to help the two guards-all ,; ital. presided over by J. A. Slingler, of :,:a dangerous Mohammedan agitation. were hurried away to their Mr. O'Neal wished the public to be
that are on duty at night-and other He realizes that even the Ameri- Ashburn, Ga., R. M. Sasnett, of Jacksonville :i I homes. advised that the Post Office Depart-

prison attaches, but they were of no : cans scattered throughout Mexico individually was secretary. I GREEK PEACE DELEGATE According to officials of the Over ment had given the League use of the
assistance as the fire burned too rap- [ are unable to ,get a comprehensive J. S. Slingler, T. S. Shore, and J. B. Athens, Greece, July 22.-M. Panas, all Company, there were one hundredand Government lot as a play ground and
idly. It was only a few minutes from view of the situation in Way were: appointed as the committee ![ director of political affairs at the thirty-four persons at work in the place of recreation so long as not required -
the time the fire started until it had I the whole of the country, their judge- to haw charge of the meeting in Sa- :| Greek foreign office, has been appointed building whe nthe fire started. Twen- for building purposes.A .
claimed its awful toll. !' ment being affected by purely local, vannah, A. Sassons, T. M. McConnell,I I chief of the Greek delegation ty-two dead bodies have been recov- resolution presented by Judge

The---- convicts-- all were worked in the events. Dr. E. P. Rose and C. M. Munson, the I[I which is to arrange terms of peaceI ered. Because of the rapid spreadof Cheney concerning the bonding of Or-
cotton fields of the State farm and I Pensacola meeting; S. A. Alford, J. B. I with Bulgaria. He started for Nsh, the flames, it is feared that the ange county for good roads and the
were housed in the "cage" at night. SITU.1"IOGROWS: ALARMINGSpecial : Newton and J. S. Boyd, the one at I Servia, today, and will be joined on dead roll will reach at least fifty. calling of an early election submittingthe

Among them were some desperate j New Orleans. __ I the way there by the other membersof Twenty-five minutes after the discovery question to the voters met with
criminals serving long sentences. to The Sentinel ,. the peace mission. I of the blaze beneath the front discussion which was participated in
The Oakley farm is one of the most I Washington, July 22.-Events in A BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTYOn I stairway, the roof and the wall col- I by many present.
important in the State, the state prison -, Mexico are developing with daily increasing I| TURKS NAME GOVERNOR lapsed. In the talk Judge Cheney made it

hospital being located there. No rapidly and fast toward crisis Saturday evening at the beau- Constantinople, July 22.-In antici- The fire communicated to the post- I clear that he favored personally an
other building was in danger, how- and has driven the administrationto tiful home of Mr. and :Mrs.: John Ka- I pation of the re-occupation of Adrian- office building and several other build- appropriation of at least $300,000 .

ever, as the destroyed "cage" was I action. Theacuteness of the sit- ley, "The Illini," a surprise party was !ople by the Turkish troops, Hadji Adil ings were destroyed. Total financial I thought a larger figure would provoke
some distance from the other build- :, uation is declared by the Senators in given in honor of :Mr.: Kaley's 74th 'I'Bey, former Minister of the Interior, loss is estimated at $300,000. I hostility-and believed a smaller one
ings. i iI i, debate today to be intolerable and birthday. It was quite a surprise for I has been appointed Governor of that would be rdiculous. Thought brickin

i threatens a clash any moment. Fright- Uncle Johnie, as he asked Mrs. Kale) city, and left today to assume his post. HARD NAMES TO REMEMBERThe main roads would prove most desirable
IN ORLANDO TO REMAIN |I ened by the increasing danger to to take a ride to the city, not expect- I but that longer stretches of
Americans along the eastern, coast
ing on his return to find his home illuminated ORLANDO'S COMMISSION CHARTER names of the members of the, good roads could be secured by employing -
of Mexico with the comingin I
C. W. Kennison returned to Orlando and guests present But he I new Bulgarian cabinet are as follows .' other material in part of sum
yesterday from quite an extended :! confirming the press dispatches, was not long to "smell a mouse" as he : apportioned.Mr. .
trip north spending the larger part ,I I the State Department this afternoon expressed it. i I We publish today the charter for Premier and minister of interior, M., Beacham favors proposition
to the Navy Department for
of his time at his former home in.!I i, appealed During the evening several musical i Commission Government in Orlando''I Radoslovoff; foreign affairs, M. Guen-, now, but objected before, because no
Minneapolis, Minn. i!!, another warship. selections were enjoyed, then games, j and urge upon our citizens its careful adieff; finance, M. Toncheff; justice, one could tell where the material was
i of State Moore
Mr. Kennison has had the wander : Secretary and a foot race which Uncle Johnie I reading. The charter, thanks to Hon. M. Pocheff; war, General Vazoff; com: to be laid. But now wished the County
with President
lust quite severely for the last two or i i i held a long conference the Mexican situa- took part in. Late in the evening de- [' Samuel Robinson, has been safeguarded merce, M. Blatchoff; public work, M.. Commissioners to first employ some
three years and has been chasing up ;!; Wilson today on licious refreshments were served. by the recall feature. I Dimicheff; railways, M. Morphoff.We fully competent engineer to go over

and down the national domain until I tion. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. j' As is known, this paper is unconditionally do not wish to appear officiou i the roads, survey, get full estimates
he has seen it about all. Born out !:i: Immediately afterwards the Navy John Kaley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jan- 'I for commission governmentfor or offer advice about officials thai t; as to cost and state where the brick
in South Dakota, he has had plentyof I!,: ordered the gunboat Wheeling to American proceed sen and mother, the Misses\ Ida Ella, Orlando and is trying to put beforethe would prove offensive, but an off-hand I are to be used.
to the frontier to protect -
experience with cold, heat, cyclones -f Hilda, Elsia, and May Jansen and people all the information on this glance at their names, makes it loo: Judge Warlow seconded a motion,of
and blizzards. Two or three j I and foreigners Master Carl Jansen, Jr., and Mr .and I type of government for cities in the as though an effrontery had beer I amendment to above effect introduced
the Senate
years ago he first struck Orlando and j! For two hours today Mrs. George Hull, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. United States. offered the rest of the world in an I by Mr. Beacham, as amendment to
bated the Fall resolution,
was at once charmed with the city and j Middlekauff, Master Willis Middle- effort to bring the effulgence of a peculiar Judge Cheney's original resolution.
l; that this government protectits
county. He bought and sold considerable -j' mantis countries. The kauff, Messrs. Alford, Carl, Harry, FALLS ON DYNAMITE; KILLED language in public view. It t The discussion brought out that
land in the vicinity of Orlando, citizens foreign ,i iI I Andrew and Thomas Link, Miss Alice appears a sthough the entire cabinet, there was much diversity of opinion
and spent the past year traveling :: debate showed that every speaker, no Watson and Mr. Lanier.BASEBALL Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 22.-A was the offshoot of two families and I in the relation to what was best or
around to see if there was posiblyany ,I matter what his views were concerning r : -r !! stick of dynamite in the hip pocket perhaps i I they are the very offal ol! most feasible and after the pros and
place he would like better. He I I the advisability of intervention, RESULTS IN THE BIG I lof Martin Funk exploded and blew.!iof Bulgarian society. Anyway we cons had been gone over quite vigor-
said yesterday that he was in Orlandonow i I believed the intervention by this gov- LEAGUES I him to pieces when he fell today during -'!'felt compelled to shoot-off what we ously by Messrs. Ramsey, O'Neal,
ernment could not much longer be ,
to stay. His wife will be here' I a playful wrestling match with his'thought,I about such efflorescence. King, Beacham, Howard, Dickson,
will postponed. Lodge pointed out that to The Sentinel brother in a tent, where the Funks I Giles and
again shortly and they buy or I Special to I Judges Cheney and War-
the resolution would be
build a home, either in the city or I ignore now Ii National were camping near Germantown. PROPOSED CITY GATES low, the amendment of Mr. Beacham,
suburbs and give up the search for I accepted by the Mexicans as admission Brooklyn, 1; St. Louis, 3. I The brother's left hand was blown was lost, and the somewhat altered
j of fear on the part of the American -
anything better. Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 8; second off. We have seen the water color drawing :j resolution of Judge Cheney adopted
r Mr. Kennison's brother accompaniedhim I people. game, 8 and 6. I for the proposed City Gates as'j'''as follows:
down here and is also highly Boston, 3; Cincinnati; second game, I KEY WESTERS DISAPPOINTED | mentioned in the proceedings of the:,j I That the Board of County Commissioners -
pleased with the outlook and it is not SON KILLS FATHER 2 and 3. : Board of Trade elsewhere in this pa- i I for Orange county be respect-
impossible that he too will becomea New York, 8; Pttsburg, second I Special to The Sentinel .1 I per.Ve like the idea and the more: j j fully requested to call an election and
stayer. There is possibly only one Lake City, July 22.-Wade Cole- game, 2 and I Key July 22.-AmbassadorWilson ,I: we think about it and look at the pic- submit this question of issuing bonds
arrive here
1.American failed
reason why the brother will not ri man, a prominent farmer about 73 tonight tune, the better we like it. The idea'I for such an amendment as they may
main permanently, and even that maybe I years old, residing eight miles north Chicago, 6; Washington, 5. I I from learned Havana that, as the was Ambassador expected. It..1 j is unique, it will attract attention and","find I necessary after formulating the
oyercome. of Lake City, was shot and killed Saturday St. Louis, 4; Philadelphia, 0. {was was, favorable comment, and be something,!I plans for county roads improvements
I night about ten o'clock by his I Detroit, 2; New York, 0. ill and decided to proceed to New I I different. The ladies are to be con-, I I The Committee on Roads was in-
ANOTHER FIRE AT SING SING i ,n, "Bud" Coleman.The i Cleveland, 8; Boston, 5. I York on steamer. gratulated on their artistic and original i;structed to present this resolution to

father's mind had been failing I Southern '.. I WEATHER. REPORT |(I idea. We hope the City Council II the County Commissioners at theirs
Special to The Sentinel for a long time and it is reported that I Atlanta, 4; Memphis, 0. : I will see their way clear to erect 'next meeting,
Ossining, N. Y., July 22.Fire he had threatened to kill members of I Chattanooga, 4; New Orleans, 0. Local thundershowers Wednesday 1"i gate, but we think it should be at the,: I )lr. Beacham was added to the
starting from some mysterious ori- his family, including "Bud" and wife. Montgomery, 5; Birmingham, 4. and probably Thursday. i city limits instead of near the railroad membership of above committee.
gin, swept several large workshops in Bud Coleman went to his father's Nashville, 6; :Mobile, 2. I crossing. The four gates when The Board of Trade approved heartily -

the penitentiary yards t Sing Sing home to' investigate the threats and South Atlantic I The labor organizations in St. Au-I erected, should show the full extent the action of the City Council in
today, creating a panic among the father is said to have attacked him Columbus, 4; Charleston, 1; second gustine are preparing for a proper of the city. This will also obviate the I levying the one mill for park purposes -
prisoners in the cell house, completely with a hoe. A fight ensued and the game, 9 and 0.MaconSavannah. celebration of Labor Day and South I' danger rom the grade crossing on I and giving the $2,000 for Eola
destroying these structures and causing son drew his gun and killed his father. no game, rain. Beach has been selected as the site North Orange avenue, which wouldbe Park-thus binding the arrangement
damage of at least $100,000. It One shot entered his back and he died Albany, 5; Jacksonville, 0. for the celebration. materially increased if the gates I which secures the city that' beautiful
is believed that the prisoner who es- instantly.Bud Carolina located there. stretch of lands adjacent to Eola for
caped Saturday and who is thought to Coleman. is under a physician'scare Asheville, 5; Greensboro, 12. Never take a visitor into the attic( park improvement.
be hiding within the walls started the Ii and has not been arrested He Winston-Salem, 2; Raleigh, 1. to show him the family photograph Best of copyrighted fiction, reduced

t- fire by smoking, .is slightly wounded. Charlotte, 4; Durham, 2. I album. Bring the album down. 'to 50 cents Curtis & O'Neal's. Subscribe for the Sentinel.kc7r .


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I GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Business Boosters (classifies advertisements -I Beautiful home and grounds of Mrs I l!I I Two revolution, seven-column quarto -

I ) received after 10 o'clock.I, E. W. Bullock, North Shelby Street.I I Campbell press. Does good work.
The laying of side walks in all sections midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto Mrs. Bullock has large holdings in i i A bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlan-
of Tampa is going on. More Classify" column. I
North and she has decided to do Fla.SHOP .
Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- i
sidewalks have been laid there in the i II
Regular DownpourOF proximately 30 words-ont time, 25 re-establish her home there so will SERVICE The best
than in all of the history very
two -
past years three times 50 :
cents ctnts one week
; ; rent her home here with the privilegeof I and quickest No waiting. Free
of the combined.At (six daily and one weekly editions) :
city .
purchase to responsible parties. filtered air for tires, and oil for lamps.I.
11.00 one month, $3.00.
; j Reasonable terms will be given. W. Phillips & Sons. 26 east Pine

a meeting in Fort Pierce a few MISCELLANEOUS'FOR ; Call on C. D. Chadwick for this and street

days ago the Florida East Coast base- : i i' FIRE INSUR.\XCE- -Real:;'I. other desirable properties. No. 407 House or room for rent? New people
ball league was organized A schedule Estate see Jansen & Watkins i!i South Orange aveune. Opposite the coming in usually look in the

of games is being prepared. About I, 6241m. 1 j High School Building. Jul3 tf. I I classified columns :to see what is of
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ten or twelve clubs will form the lea I : MONEY TO LOAN-On city prop- I fered.

gue. I erty. See Jansen & Watkins. i FOR RENT I

I __ 6-2 -lm. I! FOR willi ; GOING AWAY
RENT-Five room cottage
Building operations in Tampa are mT I IN STOCK L I i Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a all modern conveniences. Garage i If so, don't forget to have the Daily

unusually heavy for the time of the |, new hotel; has all modern conveniences -I for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply j Sentinel follow you-mailed every day

year. A number of business blocks I ; fronts on Ocean just southof 515 East street. 5-15 tf i I to your summer home. No extra

and office buildings are being erected ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day FOR RENT-Cottage and flat, fur-1 j charge. .
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and many residences of the better !j and upwards. Special rates by the nished and unfurnished. i

lass. $11.00 I week or month. We make a specialty -, JAMES A. KNOX. Money to loan on improved prop-

-. 11 of sea food dinners Thursday evenings 6-26 tf.i erty. S. Y. WAY.

An election has been the i and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf.
called !
I i FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger KEEP IT IN ORLANDO

bonding of the school district for $10- REGULAR PRICES $23.00, $22.50, : FOR SALE touring car. Large and roomy.
00 for the of school ; 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.
purpose building a There is enough job printing sent
$18.00 AND $15.00. SEE CIRCULARS -
house at Wildwood. The proposed FOR SALE-Gasoline engine and WANTED I out of Orlando to equip and operate
Box 427, Orlando Fla.
building will cost when completed FOR PRICES ON OTHER 7-22 pump.6t. I one of the best printeries in the South.
WANTED-Second hand
something like $15,000. four-pass: This is all wrong-keep it at home.
GOODS I enger Ford. Must be in good con-
FOR SALE-New modern five-room 1 dition. Address "0. K." Sentinel Of. If you can't give it to the Sentinel,
house located. Apply this
The railroad commissioners held an centrally I fice. for goodnes sake give it to vome, of
office. 7-1 d & w tf -
important meeting in Tallahassee - (FiRST CLASS Japanese cook wishes the other home printers.

Tuesday. The time was extended un- ; BUY a lot in Thornton Park a nice 1 situation in private family any
suburb in east part of the city. Carl ,where. Address A. Care Sentinel.
til October 1 for the submitting of
Brown & Lartigue Jensen. i 7-20 4t
plans and specifications for the new "
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision GRAIN AND FEED STORE
union staton to be erected n Jack- I
to the Northeast of the city andI 1 ___ ___ ___ _

sonville. I Men's and Boys' Outfitters Carl still JensenFOR have some choice lots there. I' Geo Chick has opened a grain an,4

feed store on Boone street, betweei

W. II. O'Brien of Tampa suffered! SALE-Building 14x20 to be re. Church and South street, where he I i I

the loss of two fine mules at his moved. Cheap for quick sale. Mrs. is prepared to serve the public with

Thonotosassa farm a few days ago. Barnes, NO. 511 Highland avenue, N.,I everything in the feed line. He respectfully -

The mules were killed by lightening :and much larger water mains, a motor A building permit has been issuedto of Amelia. 7-20 3t solicits a portion of your

which struch the barn. It is a curious 1 truck, twenty-five volunteer firemen, H. R. Flinn of Jacksonville for the j FOR SALE-Young Jersey cow and I trade. 627lmANNOUNCEMENT
erection of a four-story brick build-! heifer calf. Calf three weeks old. ,
fact that the structure was not set on :and one man who will devote his whole ;
Call on Mrs. E. R. Long, 312 West e
fire. time to it. An estimation of what this ing, stores on the ground floor and
Church street. 7-18 7t
will cost is being prepared.The rooms, single and en suite above, at II I II I ] 4 flDelicious
the northeast corner of Monroe and FOR SALE-Nancy Hall sweet pota I SHOP SERVICE-No charge for I II
The S. K. Kress Company, which ] furnish half million. If
I Davis streets. The valuation of the toes. Can filling oil lamps, pumping tires with I
has a chain of 5 and 10 cent stores big storm sewer that is designed interested telephone or write Dr. P.I I air filtered of water and grease. I W.

through out the South,will proceed at to drain the low and flat lands in new This structure building will was be placed used as at the$40,000.sec- Philips, Orlando, Fla. 7-18 I I Phillips & Sons, 26 East Pine street.I SodaCold

once to erect a building of its own the western part of the city is pretty: FOR SALE-Two good sound and
ond section "unit" in the
On Seventh avenue in Tampa. The well on toward completion. It will take! or Flagler gentle mules. Fine workers and TRIPS TO RUSSELL'S POINT and satisfying, the ideal (rat*
group of hotels which eventually will bargain, if taken at once. Call on
Structure will be three stories, sim- a
care of an immense section that hith- accomodate more than a thousand or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- Those wishing to make trips fo weather drink served just right at our

liar to the building which the com- erto has been retarded in development guests. The new structure will be lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w business or pleasure, should see mi fountain.
pany erected some time ago on Frank- because of lack of to off --
lin street and has occupied since that means cary equipped with elevators and all other FOR SALE-$200 worth of furniturefor I for prices. Prompt service guaran Now's the time-treat yourselflAll

the surface water during the rainy accessories and equipment that makea $100 in cash. Mostly new, party I t.eed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla flavors.BUTT'S.
time. This will give Kress two storesin '
season. The sewerage disposal plant modern hostelry comfortable and at- taking furniture can also have very I phone, 360. 5-29 tfi
the Cigar City. and main extension work will be in desirable cottage. Rents $10 per

hand shortly. The plans have been tractive. month. Address P. 0. Box 261, Or-I i NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS- Kandy Kitchen
lando Fla. 7-20-22-23
The city fathers in Bartow are in- completed and will be submitted to LET IT FOLLOW YOU ON YOUR I Those desiring to make changes in -

vestigating the matter of installingthe the board of public works for final approval VACATION ,FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, We have repeatedly published that
equipment which will after which bids will be I I Remington, made by Starr Piano I their advertisements must have their
necessary secured When leaving Orlando on va- want ads in the Sentinel must be
your : Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, copy in this office not later than noon
place that city in the second class cit- contract let, and the half-mil- cation, order the Daily Sentinel to fol- I slightly used, good shape in every respect of each day to. insure publication. paid for in advance. We do not wishto

ies in insurance rating. This will lion dollar project will be pressed to low you. Mailed to any address, Will make some reduction for ---- - hire an extra bookkeeper to keep

mean a new tank with a much larger early completion.-Tampa Note in T. for ten cents a week. Ad- cash. Music with same. For further Money to loan on improved prop- track of them, and much confusionand

capacity, an electric alarm system, U. dress changed as often as desired. I Winter information Garden apply, Fla.to P. 0.7-10-dwtf Box 114 I erty. S. Y. WAY. mistakes will be thus avoided.


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BOTTLE BROKERS.A I MtMitmtttttttt MtttBargains

Curious Branch of the Fiery Vodka Everything in DrugsWE
Traffic In Russia.

Since the edict of June G. ISO*. the Bargains! !
production and sale of vodka that fiery
drink in which irost Hussions delight
have been controlled! by the ;governS
ment Of the:,o.OUO) places ensured in d Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.

the vodka traffic in European Russia Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all style!
more than one-half are conducted by Abernethy and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
the state under the direct supervision
if the ministry of finance. : body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.

Most of the employees in the govern A.", Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
ment vodka shops are widows and ti ,! Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
orphans ef deceased officials of the WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 E' Gingham, from 9Sc up.

state. These shops are conducted in 4N. Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
an orderly'manner., and no drinking is -. :a from 25c up.Ladies' .

permitted on the premises. The fact Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
that a charge ranging: from 1 cent to TRY ()UII( ] ( REAM i? : styles, sizes and colors from 9Sc
9 cents is made for the bottle in which : up.
The Best J Dry Goods at a special reduction.
the vodka is sold has given rise to a 'Teltlll..I.IIII.IIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIII.IIIII.
strange business. Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
... .
Bottle brokers, as they are called. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
haunt of the vodka Hats from 25c
the -
neighborhood --- - --- -- up.
shops, watching for some thirsty perI I imMMiKtmtttmttttttHtietittMttniANGE Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
son who needs the loan of one or two Cashmere Suits all
from $8.00 and up.
kopecks (a half a cent or a cent) with & BATES .
1 1r Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.Men's
which to make the purchase: of a bottleof
Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.
the desired beverage. ; ROOM 5, HAND BLOCK PHONE 156ii'rt ; ; washable Suits W
Perhaps the buyer has but six kopecks Boys' Suits in Cashmere, in all styles
and he requires eight to get a : .iaellliISIIQItJIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.tlllllllllllllt+4 !J and colors, from 30c up.
bottle of vodka The "broker" lends I. Bo\s' Pants from 25c up. :

him the two kopecks to make up the ; Ji4fivVll l.iKi {+irVi.N1tNJSJvvJiv W www ilt YVli.fNS ieJflrN Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up.Ien's r
desired amount and, after the receptacle -II j and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.Xotwithstandir.g .
has been drained under the vigi.- :3 LIGHT THE '
I Ii our exceptional low prices, in addition -
lant eye of the broker the bottle is
t give premiums in chinaware to everybody
turned over to him. lie takes It backto we away
the shop and sells it for three kopecks | PATH TO I| ;| who trades with us.
thus making a profit of one kopeck i PROSPERITY We want your trade and we assure you that we will t

} give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee .
In Moscow and St. Petersburg bun- j C satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and!
dreds of men are earning a living at Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose i iS cc convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
this trade.-Harper's Weekly. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
strange their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- I If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.

INVESTING YOUR MONEY. J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
c J H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando
j customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts c ,
It It Not a Wise Plan to Put All Your .
Eggs In One Basket. i like an irresistible magnet drawing all the I j.I ttttttt ''ttttttttll IttHtttttttCtlttttttttttttttttftMMM tttttttttttMilliM MtMMttUittiili

The late Marshall Field once said J trade within its reach: That is the reason I
that If he could be right 51 per cent of .
the time he was satisfied. lIe was J they command the attention. of buyers. i -- --
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talking of investments, and the Field ) tt MIMMIttMMttMtMMMMmtMMtMttiUHIMII

estate some $43,000,000.at the time of his death totaled I For Every Store OwnerNo I [ OAKlAND :

Shrewd as Russell Sage wa\ his executors f THE MARKET
found many worthless stocksin matter how small his business, the Elec- .
his vaults although they found
plenty of others that were not worth tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective .

less.The advertising.Phone I THE CAR I: Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Sages and the Fields long ago
adopted the plan of the Insurance companies for our Sign Designer to call and sub c THAT EVERYBODY i: AND SALT MEATS
and the banks says .Invest
ments. The one point in it that shouldbe mit a sketch. f IS TALKING
dinned into our ears thoroughly is No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. i FISH AND GAME
that distribution is both wise II
wldg I
and necessary.No ABOUTASK Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

matter how small the it I
should not all be invested in any sum one FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE Everything screened away from the.flies, and kept fresh ;

thing. Xo single venture of whatever I ORLANDO WATER LIGHT CO.n and pure.
nature can be relied upon to remain : 'I'IL
constant and unchanged. Securities We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have !
are lire things because the enterprisesthey
represent are alive. COOK lT GAS MAGRUDERNot everything in the Meat Line.

London Children and the Country. fjAAAbbAAQ66dA0A #'{' M MM I

The bishop of Stepney was telling The PARLOR MARKET
stories recently about the inability of .1.1111111111111.11111111.1111.11111.11111111111111111
the London slum child to appreciatethe I I

here country always"Would he asked you a like girl'to on live a I I ORLANDO Spirella ir 'Corsets H. M. Self & Co.

school treat and she answered, "No;
It would be dull. He took a party of 18-20 PINE STREET
children for a treat to Hampton court BUSINESS COLLEGE (Not Sold in Stores)

last spring There was blue sky overhead Wear a corset made to fit 700. Ask I Phone No. 8041Itll.IIIIIIIIO.IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.fCillllltt
with a blaze of color in the flower i for a demonstration. Call or send postcard
borders lie thought the children were toSPIRELLA
enjoying it. but presently orte of them N
asked, "When are we going to get MODERN COURSES IN I, I CORSET PARLORS
there?" and inquiry revealed that her I $03 West St., Cor. South Orlando Fla. ----- --
sole idea of a day in the country wasa : ; MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK, Conetieret HtattnifltmMHmmtHttaitmtetttttttmttttttCEMENT
place where there would be swings. Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cory I.

would Another like girl to was stop asked and sleep whether in she the poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, :'I mlO 111100 10IIfH..U..i

all country.these rabbits"Xo," she about"replied Westminster, "not with I Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law, :. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY Brick Brick tl! BrieRl

Gazette. Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all I
: By Getting Prices on your
A Gentle Hint. Branches of Civil Service. I Brick and Stone Work

Dr. Johnson to the contrary notwithstanding i Before Building( BRICKThese

puns are occasionally excusable DAY AND NIGHT CLSSAESExperienced I Phone or Write
This one. attributed by the I. Brick better than Brick '
Brooklyn Times to a boarding housekeeper Acme Brick and are Clay
of that city is good enough to Teachers in Charge. Diplomas ,

pass muster Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu w StoneVorks i and they are cheaper
One of the who lived in
young men I
; ; '
the house had the double
boarding ates. CHAS. A. DALLAS Prop.immtttttmiiifltHitt. *;
fault of slowness in paying his bill and FRANK HYRES
fussiness about the table service. One Patronize Home Institutions.For !
------- ----
morning he said peevishly to the land Maker of Artificial Stone
lady Money to loan on improved prop

"Mrs.: Jones, will you tell me why erty. S. Y. WAY.Shanibarger's ,
my napkin Is so damp?" Prices and Terms call on or address: -- --- Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.
for bicycles and :
"Yes, Mr. Wicks" replied the land.
lady promptly "It's because there LJEO I 1 Sundries. tf. nun Mini IIIMIIIItltMlllllllllltlMllltlll

,much due on your board t I
1 A Question of Etiquette rl .Bll i II [ -- IIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIinilHIIIIIIIHHIIIIHHIMIi- -

"The horse and the cow is in the
!field.:" read the teacher. "Mary, what I,. THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597
Is wrong with that sentence?"
Mary, says the New York Tribune HAND BUILDINGiiMMMtttlMMHIMi ORLANDO, FLA. W. M. SLEMONS

was evidently more versed In the rules I
of politeness than in the rules of grammar .
&.W-o\.U t.t II It .
for she answered promptly: r
"The lady should be mentioned first

fraud'These," said Of school No Mrs.Practical books Nuritch.are Value..a regular READ THE SENTINEL r FOR R THE NEW' L Where Do You Buy Your SHOES ?

"What's the matter with fem?" her I : HAVE YOU TRIED OUR "KING QUALITY SHOES"

husband"Look at asked.this goggerfy of Willie's.There :'&iJ! gglijijj3jag} | | !]n f fe! 'Jrv Ji'I f rtetr1etrfr NfeeIr r1 l iJ'r1hfr ,' tr1 f frI jl Other people have and found comfort and service in them-So would you.

ain't a single road map in It.- I ,
Chicago: IJecord-Horald :i I II I; Or if you like the CROSSETT SHOE, we have them-the $tOO kind. They areknown
1:1 i The Best is the Cheapest all the
A-Light----Matter. I! over country as one of the best makes,

"Madam you do not seem to attach We sell 3ien's Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $...50, $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00
any weight; to the amount of the gas I I We sell Women's Shoes at $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
bills." \
I [ i We sell Boys Shoes at $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
"No; 1 consider them a very light
matter."-Il\ltimore American Paints and Wall Paper !I Children's Shoes are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

A Paradox.ShawWhy --. I II '1 We are lookfng for Rain and we can supply you with Umbrellas at $0.75, $1.00

did you give that dog of iht i-!? .\ i i : K; IN SAMPLES I $1.50, $2.00 and up. Wagon Umbrellas, $1.25.

yours the name of Paradox? Shute 'IS GRAND AND J WILL BE PLEASEDTO : Men's Slickers, warranted, $3.00 and $3.50.Men's I Ii
-For the reason that as a pointer he's I and Women's Rubber Shoes.
decidedly a dlsappolnter. Boston ALL YOU HAVE TO

Saying and Saving.
Tommy-Mamma, what Is economy?
Tommy's Mamma-Economy, my son. ; W. M.SLEMONS
is what a husband!: : preaches and a wife GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 I _
practices I
Philadelphia Inquirer. ,2J
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South Fior.da Sentinel FORUM I
All local agents of the Altamonte Springs, July 22,-The
MORNING AND WEEKLY railroad system are The Sentinel will be glad for parties daily showers have put color on the
-- ---- Firestone ana
-tctereJ: at the post office at Orlando, local papers and clip ) interested in the question of Com- face of nature. The drought duringthe Goodrich Ti ires ii iiIsn't
JJorida as Second Class Mail Matter. has referred to the mission Government for Orlando to month of June was very discouraging _
fSUBSCRIPTION RATES company or that would use this column for the discussion to the fruit growers and farmers -
terest to the Company.The of Commission Government. but since the copious showers
THE DAILY SENTINELOne reason given for have become an almost daily occur- that a combination for a tire stock

Year $5.00 that local papers as a rule Why the Business Men of Orlando are rence, the prospect for a bountiful worth while ? That's our line-up for auto-

Six Months ... ... ...'... ...... 2.50 conditions in the in Favor of Commission Govern harvest looks very promising. The
{Three Months.... ......... 1.25 sentiment of the ment. citrus trees are showing the largest mobile tires. They are fully guaranteedfor
---- --- These clippings are sent One hundred thousand dollars, we bloom ever known in the month of
By news carrier in Orlando 50 cents perfeonth. 3,500 miles, and the guarantee is good.
informed the
ion headquarters where are was saving affected July.
Daily and Sunday.
dexed in regular files by I in Columbia last year under the commission The arrest of Arthur Jackson, col. for we will make adjustments right hereno -
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found force, so that the heads I form of government. Is that ored, for stealing was an unusual
tM{ sale and in Orlando Wright at Brothers.Curtis It O'Neal'i Bootlore ments may examine them I not a splendid economy for a city of event in this law abiding village. The expense returning to factory, or long

tigate the subject referred I a little more than 25,000 inhabitants? perpetrator of the crime is one of the wait besides.
We will appreciate prompt complaint
Is not promptly made by our carriers. It is stated that the I Does not that speak volumes for the get-rich-quick fraternity who is now
-- --- --- ment rely largely on I benefits of commission government? spending his vacation in the shadeof
will be furnished
Advertising rates on ap-
ylkation. in calculating the I Think of it again; $100,000 a year. One Orange county jail: He was am-

"" THE WEEKLY SENTINEL sary for the handling of I hundred thousand dollars saved is II bitious to own an orange grove of @
duced in $100,000 made. Better government, his own and appropriated some new-
for year by mail postage paid..........11.00 particular
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. enables the high up j better improvements, greater economy ly planted trees from the grove of Mr.J. .
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building close tab on the operating -all these make a vastly greater city. M. Lewis to his own use, without .
Phone 24 and the following have in Without exception, in the case of permission of Mr. Lewis. On the discovery -:
-- -- resulted in improved I cities of great size the commission of his missing trees, Mr. Lewis Shop Service

JOSIAH FERRIS, ProprietorJ. in a number of cases been I form of government has effected tremendous did a little detective work on his own
F. SCHUMAN, Editor of retiring delinquent savings and poured money account and soon located his trees 1:
Free filtered air for tires oil for and
lamps minor
( where the old and caused the arrest.
were obnoxious to the into the city treasury, negro's I
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23RD, 1913. ficers lay down the (form of administration used to take Mr. J. W. Osteen is spending a few carburetor, magneto and car adjustments while you
lout for and at Osteen with his brothers and
gobs days
rule, the newspapers are a great unnecessry
The latest quotation on Radium is mometer in determining the I wasteful expenditure.One sisters. : wait, by a mechanic who knows how.

'$2,400,000 per pound. Just think whata and conditions in any given hundred thousand dollars saved Miss Grace Lewis leaves today for
terrible thing it would be if we had !''in a comparatively small city in one the North, where she will spend the
to use it building good roads. ty.The officials of a year under commission government summer with relatives and friends.

o as a rule are the what better argument could there be Miss Irene Fuller is spending the @
That Ithaca girl student who livedon men in the country and for that sort of city government? summer in Connecticut, visiting her
50 cents a week ought to receive ment based on Does it not suggest the question, if father's relatives.
plenty of attention without having to relied upon. Columbia saved $100,000 in one year, i
call up the boys at the office every In politics the how much would Richmond, almost j I If you are given to looking at the

day. a greater factor. The five times larger, save in the same I stars it is best to have a little obser-

o Missouri pays this time if commission government pre- vatory on the top of your house. I. W. r PHILLIPS a SONS
New York stock exchange seats are press: "So influential are vailed here-Richmond Times-Dis- Neighbors are likely to be suspiciousof
down to $38,000. Perhaps some fam- papers ingressive, clean patch. a man who prowles around in his
ilies in straightened circumstancescan back yard after dark.
per is acknowledged the day.'I 26 EAST PINE ST.
be persuaded to take them in factor in the community as Records of Some of the Commission

place of opera boxes. er of public opinion and Cities. Subscribe for the Sentinel. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMIWEDDING

o of public sentiment.The Dallas, Tex.-A deficiency of $200-
of Cabinet crises and down- --
Reports balance
newspaper true to 000 .wiped out and credit established -
falls of ministries are stirring Eu- in two I
is a power for good and years.
while this country is in turmoil,
rope evil doers. That can only Topeka Kan.,-Municipal bonds sold
on account of the shake-ups i nseveralof
that paper which is at private sale at a higher rate than
the league teams. under the old administration.
fearless, allowing no man GIFTS
o of men to dictate its Burlington, Iowa.-The old city debt o
Even though every one may have 4
paper that exists has no refunded in serial bonds bearing %
to walk a month or two while the pose han to serve some I per cent interest instead of 6 per t _
railroads and labor leaders are quar-
terest will be of small cent formerly.
reling it is hoped the public will not short life.Jacksonville. Columbia, S. C.-Extensive reduc-

but in while their betters are talking. o tion in budget for corresponding items The completeness of our stock of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass, .
o under the old administration.
There is only one thing that looks is soon to Hutehinson, Kan.-Bonds selling ata Fine China and similar merchandise makes this the ideal store

better to us than a pile of new brick. efficient Secretary of the lower rate than ever before. for the wedding-gift seeker.
in the street, and that is the same pile Trade, Mr. H. H. Cherryvale, Kan.-The bonds of the
of brick after they are stuck together Richardson goes to for the first time.
city selling at par These things are so varied in style and price as to give
with mortar in a firle business blockor his native country, to do Corpus Christi, Tex.-Extensive im-
residence. work for a big investment provements in streets and sidewalks, almost limitless choice.
o If it is possible to make a
etc.; property values greatly -
Our old friend, Gen. Coxey predicts of the double superlative, at'a.'
From the complete chests of Silver to articles selling
that "great rivers of blood will flow to say that Sec. Richardson Chattanooga, Tenn.-Bonds of the
in 1914." Those who are without boats est wire Joyous city selling at a better premium than dollar and upward. .
should order them now; and it would had to do the boosting act. I
be a good idea for everybody to takea pa over the loss of their I Bartlesville, Okla.-City warrants The range of selection is broad, indeed, and in every case
few swimming lessons. Jacksonville thinks it will bear-
o possible to fill Mr. worth par and city deposits now the Evans standard of quality and money's worth is main-
ing interest.
Great changes have occurred in But it will be possible. The Houston, Tex.-The credit of the tained.
the Panama canal zone. Only a few :'of Mrv Richardson is a city restored from eighty cents on the
to the whole state but
years ago it was a swampy, unhealthy dollar to par, and the tax rate reduced Your most critical inspection is invited.
place, and now it is one of the dryest fort in the knowledge that I from $2.00 to $1.70 on the same
spots on earth. Even the saloons are England to advance the valuation.

closed-by order of the new secretary, Florida, so that his work Leavenworth, Kan.Bonded indebtedness -
Mr. Garrison.Lee be more state wide than reduced by $112,000 in
been before. Good luck .
three years while the tax
county and Fort Myers are go- age Mr. Richardson and stationary.

ing after better roads in the right you whenever will have it is a good word Haverhill, Mass.-A saving of $97- T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
-way. They have taken advantage of possible. 000 effected by the first year's ad ,
the new statute and all the old ones ministration. I
and the County Commissioners and From a newspaper o
City Council have each voted one half it is a pity that the dove There are rumors of the erection of } POST OFFICE
a mill tax for special road purposes. soon found a restng place several store buildings in Titusville,I i
.-0- nicipal mixup in which will help to put renewed life j EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

In a New Jersey school the art of as it lasted it was good for into the town.-Titusville Note in T'I .
milking cows is being taught. It was columns of hot stuff every U. II I t
!ed an art in this section in I -
the days when mothers and hired girls I

trudged fretfully forth to bossy, who I
spent the next few minutes kickingthe

bucket over. It was a jolt in those : JUST REBUILTREGAL Ii
days-not an art. CleanSweepSale
o I

A workman at Elkins W. Va., pounded !

some dynamite with a sledge ham- I t.Beatilhilla .
mer, trying to force it into a hole. The

was dynamite a heap did big not noise go and down the, but workman there [i i [ tlll' J J I

went up. The last seen of him he was ,
so fa above the earth that nothing but
an air ship could catch him.

The Art Editor of o the Tampa Trib- I Continuing Through July 13Free

une has censored the picture "Septem-j

ber Morn", but does not censure it. I j 4-Passenger 4-Cylinder i ,
This ought to satisify most I' ,
any one GIVEN AWAY
but before we look at it we should like I CAR r f .

to have it passed upon by the editors I
of that great fireside journal; The

Florida Times-Union.---o i' $275.00Fully To the first one hundred customers entering my store tickets will

Florida county bonds are justly regarded -I! be given, and the following prizes will be awarded to the lucky

as gilt-edged securities in the II Equipped three: One $5.00 Embroidered Dress ; one $5.00 Parasol, and the
northern money centers, and it is seldom -I
that any serious delay is met I selection of any $5.00 Hat in the Store.
with in marketing them-and at never
less than par. Pasco county has just
accepted an offer from a Chicago firm BUSINESS
to take the $150,000 roadbuildingbond
issue of that county at good pre
mium. The spirit of growth and development | Marion B. Ives
in this State is so strong, :
its natural assets so immense and diverse -
and its State and county governments
so clean and honest that San> Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
Flordia securities don't have to be I'I
peddled to find a market-Lakeland Floor

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FL'L SALES IN THE STORE'S HISTORY HAS LEFT US Mew lllnnerl'J lJ) Wallsts i' n Iew Dal"an" Dlouses



VALUE 1.50



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

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Ga., is among the guests at the San I 1888.

Juan. members and friends of the i Flour and Shortenin

THE TUNER Cathedral Parish are invited to the I Capt. Parramore thinks of erecting -

ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. Mr. H. R. Dunn, of Chicago, was musicale to be held in the Chapter j: a brick building 25 by 75 feet ad-

among the late arrivals at the San House this evening, at which the fol- joining the Curtis building on Court Two Essential Things in CookingWE

Juan last night. lowing program will be given: I street.I KEEP THE BEST

Chorus, "No Shadows Yonder i I
W. P. Chambers, of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Malcolm are Gaul-St. Luke's Choir. I \ A. Cooper, agent of the Hark-

I was a business transacter in Orlando among the Jacksonville people visit Duet, Selected Mrs. and Miss Van I 1 ness estate, is in Orlando this week on I

| yesterday. Duzor. business connected with the Presbyterian
ing Orlando today (I FLOUR a E2 SHORTENING
i Vocal Solo, "Graceful Butterfly,"! church.

Mrs. Harry E. Hand and children Mrs. J. 0. Speer, of Miami, is a Campa Miss Eunice Murphy. i I i Pillsbury's Best I Wesson Snowdrift Oil

I left yesterday to visit relatives in In- visitor to Orlando today and is stop-! Violin Solo, "Beauty's Eyes"-Mr. Rev. Will M. Waller the well known Snow's Hobby (K P) Snowdrift

(dianapolis, Ind. ping at the San Juan. !I Malcolm Dade. I evangelist, has been appointed to Gold Medal -,===" --- Cottolene

I I Vocal Solo, "Come Where the Lindens I take charge of the mission work in Ballard's Obelisk Crisco

Messrs. H. C. Russell and Leo Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston are i i Bloom"Dudley Buck-Miss Gil- i West Orlando.S. Occident Pure Leaf Lard

Lende, of New Orleans, are spending among the Ocala visitors spending the christ. Pride of Denver Boar Head Compound

|today in Orlando.Mr. day in Orlando. They are stopping at I d:I Reading, "Bud's Fairy 'lale," Riley! G. Dolive has sold his pointer Ca-Mi-Co Self Rising Swift's Silver leaf Lard

the San Juan. I I-Miss Grace Boone. I pup to a man named Turnstall from Graham JI

H. H. Witherington and daughter I Vocal Solo, Selected Mr. Walter Mobile, Ala., At that rat a dog farm I,

Miss Agnes, of Apopka, spent Mr. J. C. Doernes, of Jacksonville, Drennen. i I would pay better than an orange

[yesterday in the city. the clever representative of Heinzis I Piano Solo, "Marche Grotesque,", grove. I
I Order your CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS from us
in Orlando today talking about his Sinding-Mrs. R. M. Hudson. I
Mr. Nevin Sloan has ,returned from fifty-seven varieties of pickles. II Vocal Solo, "Rose of My Heart I II We regret to announce the death

I his outing at Daytona Beach and reports Herman Lohr-Mr. Curry. I of little Orlando, infant son of Mr. I II

a most enjoyable time. Tampa is represented in Orlando Vocal Duet, "Barcarolle," Otfenlach I and Mrs. William Smith. The father ? THE SANITARY GROCERY J

today by the following well known I-Dean and Mrs. Sherrod. }is in Ohio but has been telegraphedthe :

Mr. H C. Duncan, clerk of the circuit commercial men: A. W. Perkins, Jas. Vocal Solo, Selected-Mrs. Warlow.I sad news. I I f} CARUTHERS & GORE :*

I court of Lake county, was among Williams, R. E. Ferris and C. C. Hud- Piano Solo, "Grillen," Schumann I | Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.A
[ the visitors to Orlando yesterday. son. Miss Sarah Yancey. I Some time next week the Orlando I

Reading, "The Village Gossip," and Winter Park railway will carry I II ii.'I"O timiittMMir inmiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiitniICE

Mr. Frank A. Eaton left yesterday Mr. B. Drew of Orlando spent yes- Wiggins Miss Jennie Bellows. i i I passengers between Pine Street and I Ii I --- -- -----

I to visit the scenes of his boyhood terday in the city en route to Wil- Chorus, "List! the Cherubic! i Host," the water works. The rate of fare has II III CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY MMMMMMMMMMMI

days, Whitefield and Bethlahem, New mington, N. C., New York and other Gaul-St. Luke's Choir. not yet ben decided on.

[ Hampshire.After points in the North and East, wherehe I I I I bulf
Arnout & Brangle have moved the i ii & have Refining o
Galatin Mayer
been received of the i Mayer
expects to enjoy the balance of! Word has just ,
a two week's vacation Marcus the summer.-Times-Union. !death of :Mrs. Lyle G. Bentley, on Sat-i Methodist parsonage thirty feet southward -!I thrown open to the public at 134 Or-

I Floyd is again in the tellers cage urday morning, in Richmond, Va. The I from its former position,to make I I ange avenue, an elegantly appointed t.t"t
of the State Bank taking in money I room for the handsome new buildingthat :'and absolutely sanitary ice cream and
Mr. D. R. Blinn of Velasto Texas, news will be received with sincere regret -
I the hand full. will take its place. I I' business with fine line
by the friends made Mrs. soda water a
arrived in Orlando yesterday for a by by i iI Kerosene
visit of several days. Mr. Blinn wasa Bentley while she and her husband The uniforms of the Orlando Guards,I of candies made right here in Or- i

Miss Mary Robinson and little sis- resident of Orlando twenty years were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Rob-I about 40 in number, cost $1,035. Of I I lando. 'I Gasoline
| ter, Miss Harriet, left yesterday for This is a first class home enterprise II
ago, and is greatly surprised at the inson at their home in this city a year this amount, $300 has been raised I
Smackover Ark. to visit relatives for I of home
I and deserves patronage :
changes that have taken place since ago. including $103. donated by the Florida
I the next two months.Mr. .
i loving people. LubricatingOils
that time. Railroad from proceeds of Tampa ex-
I In their factory they will make to ,
Dean L. A. Spencer, Indian Com- cursion. '
T. P.I| Robinson has been called Mr. H. W. Davenport, who has been missioner in charge of the Seminole I order brick ice cream or make it in I and Greases

to Daytona to make a flash-light picture -I making his home in Orlando for the lands, is registered at the Rverview. SEWING SOCIETY MET I molds in shape and flavor to suit any

of the Mardi Gras entertainment I past three years, left yesterday afternoon Dean Spencer will remain in the city I I fancy. I Axle Grease

which takes place at the DaytonaI for a vsit to his mother who re- for several days on business connected There were fifty-two ladies at the I Candy and ice cream made to order
I Casino this evening at 8 o'clock. I : Sit 'Round held in the of the free.
delivered to
sides in Columbia, S. C. He expects with his department.-Fort Myers Presbyterian I any part city 1,111 t
I church parlors yesterday. They went Phone 324. lo. It.
to return in the course of two weeks Press. I I
Mr. F. W. Williams, of the Pierce ; in the forenoon and carried their lunch I II
and take up his residence at 501 West P.G.WALTONAgentPHONES
j Electrical Company, has returned also a good bunch of I I
and sewing,
invited attend the
Church street.E. Eyery one to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
from a trip to Pass-a-Grille, where band concert and ice cream social at talk. The talk and needlework lasted I'' DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP- '

| he went to make arrangements, for H. Johnson, a prominent citizen the band stand on Thursday even- all day and the eatin' things were I TER 4858 LAWS-OF FLORIDA JJIJ{

taking his family to that place for and business man of Orlando, is in pooled and served to all present in a I I'
ing. I Notice is hereby given that Conoley & Over-
| an outing. the city today mingling business and I most delightful manner by the hostesses -I street, of Orlando, Florida purchaser of Tax Orlando, -- Florida
I'" pleasure. Mr. Johnson came to Tam- Ten per cent off list price to all for the day, Mrs. T. Whitmanand Certificates No. named below, has filed said
I I Certificate in my office, and has made application -
The sewer well in the rear of Estes pa last night and is a guest at the, customers. Orlando Hand Laundry.lo. Mrs. Branch. I for Tax Deeds to issue in accordance mm I
with law. Said Certificates embrace the fol- ,
| drug store has stopped doing busi-I! De So to. He is in the foundry and tf I jlQ\\'ing described property situated in Orange -----
ness and well drillers are at work I machine works business in Orlando.- WA .nED-To exchange 40 acres of county, Florida towit: :' BARGAIN IN LAW BOOKSTo
Certificate No. 528, dated June 3. 1907:
I trying to open it up. More than likely Tampa Tribune. Had yours? Cantaloupe ice cream land four miles west of Orlando for NCls of NW}4 (less N%) Sec. 28, Tp. 22 i close an estate 22 volumes of
| that those Sanford fellows have driv- I i I sundae 15 cents at DeLaney & Aber- automobile. Ford Roadster preferred. S. R. 30., assessed in the name of Lilly, Geer I Florida Reports and other law booksare
H. II. Witherington, Apopka, Fla. heirs. Certificate No. 314 dated June i 1SW9:
en a plug in the other end of it. : Subscribe for the Sentinel. nethy's. 7-23 tf SE14 of S\\'i4 of SEU Sec 33, Tp. 22: S. offered at a very low price. Books
30 E.The. R.I'
said land being assessed at the are practically new. List and price
of issuance of such certificate in the of''!
name sent on application to the undersigned.Good .
. .. " MMtf IHHIIMMI M MM M MM M 1 1 MM MM MMMMMIMM MM l-; Edw. Love. I II I
'1 1 1 i 1 1 .,. t H I It M M 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 M I i 1 1 1 1 1 M M M 1...H+++111111 | j | 1 1 1 | | | It I j j ill i I j j I II II i i 1 0 Ml I Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed I opportunity for lawyer startingin
according. to law. Tax Deed will issue thereon '
on the 23rd day of August, A. D., 1913.
1 Witness my official signature and seal this P. G. WALTON,
the 22nd day of July, A. D., 1913. ,
THE 11 GRAND THEATERTodays' B. M ROBINSON, I'| 7.11 tf. Box 604, Orlando, Fla.
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County, Florida i ----
By M. A. Howard, D. C. Subscribe for the Sentinel
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Grand Theatre I i.;,. Program a,

I'I: "A WRECKED LIFE" (Drama) . . . . Pathe.
i M. R. E. LEE, a special representative of

-- -- i Strauss Brothers Tailors, who heretofore

o I "A CONCERTO FOR THE VIOLIN" (Drama) . Edison : has taken orders at the store of H. C.

MOTION PICTURES Robertson will be at our store

Pictures Changed Daily. Friday and Saturday, July 25th and 26th

I WO SOCIAL CALLS" (Drama) . . . Essanay \


FIRST SHOW, < 715 P.M i "BREED OF THE WEST' (.Drama) . . . Lubin COMEAnd -

look over the season's latest ideas in woolens

SECOND SHOW, / 8 15 P.M : whether ready to order now or not.

We positively forbid anyone to solicit votes in the Auto
i Contest either in front or in the lobby of this Theatre.

, ADMISSION . . . . . 5 and 10 centsujiijjjjifjjjjjmmjmMMfl IA I' SCRUGGS & DIOKSONI

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is tak- ,.
ITEMS OF INTEREST It's contagious everybody i itllMMtMMHIIIimiHMHIMIMHHHimilllHH
| ing it, The Daily Sentinel. Only
When you have become disguestedwith costs ten cents a week. LISTEN !
Gowns 98c.
trying to raise chickens in thecity Crepe iI
don't tear down jour henhouse.
Rent it to somebody for a garage. I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
For the purpose of cleaning the ... FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.

soot and ashes out of the flues it is W EAR, EMBROIDERIES.LACES We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga
safe, as a rule, to take down your I pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
furnace pipes almost any day after I Ta MpADalat HOSIERY, NOTIONS, cerne. .
the 1st of June. ,
W. J. Howe of Kansas City washers 1 TICLES, ETC. i! I'I"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJel'II"III'I OIOOIIII".t'l.
with a party of homeseekers 1I I -- -
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from Michigan and Iowa. They pur IT IS JUST AS EASY I LOWEST i I IMIH HIM tmiin He iimsmMMtmiiiiint MM
chased about 1,000 acres of land anda PRICES ALWAYS I
number of them expect to return I
soon and develop the property they WE OFFER YOU
purchased. Mr. Howe in speekmg of To say "Give me a dish of McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
the winter business said the prospectswere POINSETTIAIce :
the best he had ever known and Cream as it u to omit I STORE
that the State would be crowded with the name-why do you do
people.-Bartow Note in Tampa Trib- it, when by saying TOIN- I For the Least
124 South Orange Avenue
une. SETTIA you get EO I

A grand Jury of New York State I money. 1 I TenderZyMeats
has officially charged Sing Sing Pris- -
horrible Its better becaus ewe make it -
on with most physical con. / --- ---
ditions. The cells, they are unfit so, no trouble, no expense, no effort -
say Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayELECTRIC You can always depend on getting the best at our
for animals much'less fit for human is omitted or considered too
beings: lack of sunlight t and dampness I great in order to make POINSETTIA market, and lOU will find there is wonderful differ

cause appalling disease and it is a I I the standard of purity I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIII..... epee in meats. .
breeding place for tuberculosis. The I and quality. !

suicide punishment and insanity.cells have One driven newspaper men to Its for sale [ [ VACUUM L CLEANER[ [ r (

and calls Insanity it, "The Shop.People's" Murder House in your town I COVART&PISUEIBOONE

Lindsborg, Kansas, is a hamlet of I
about 2000 souls, but is the musical FLA.No. I! PHONE 105iMimiimiiiiiinmtmnMitMMtimiMii
centre of the Southwest. The sturdy
Swedish families of the town have 4WELCOME I Have your room or house
found the time, with their daily
work, to cultivate music until it is 1- I cleaned without dust or troubleof

a musical Mecca-a "Swedish Bay-1i
renth," where people meet from hun- moving furniture .
dreds of miles around for the an-i TO a
nual festivals. Handel's Messiah has Mid SuffiffierI
I I i r eS
been sung Easter week for more than ROYAL PALM
I The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
thirty years, with a chorus of 500 -
and an orchestra of forty pieces. ; BARBER SHOP man. On all Dress Materials, Laces, Em

LAWN FESTIVAL. i I Modern and Complete. broideries, HosieryAND

Everything new, individual SEE THEM FOR TERMS
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The Sisters of St Joseph assisted electric attachments at every
. by the ladies of the Catholic church,! chair. No atone has been left MILLINERYIISSES
will give a lawn festival Thursday I unturned to make this shop
24th, from 5 to 9 the I
July p. m. on meet th

Convent the Patrons Sisters grounds of School.the,festival for the will benjfit be help-of most room.ELIJAH particular.Courteous erequirements WHITEHEAD attendants.Plenty of,the of T the PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC COI lllnc., HAMILTON & BUM

ing a worthy cause.
Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. UHTJRC STREETflllHimiMMMtmMtlOtliHMMMMIMtMMIIIMt Agents for Barclay Corsets
Do it right now. Subscribe for The
Daily Sentinel. ,

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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


We bid for your ., x' ff9. We extend liberal

business on = credit to all and


the merits of make specialour

terms those whomerchandise -

r' r r, :. a p wish it.and .

the L t i I hi1 1 a

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lowness of our I l a It i rl 1 t e L We do a large volume '

prices --= of this kind of business.


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

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


Kincaid & Sno-w-den


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



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Unsuspectingly[ley Deep Ratter path Gullies and uncanny/ Organ suddenly That along It Pipes.Enact would some bear the,be from quiet to Role some walk val-.f ro l4 O 4 a.Iilli I OMr 4 fI ;ilDCEIIIE l [ [ I THEATER[ [ A e

moftntaln or cliff overhead, weird.
(strange sounds that resemble both the Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
tone of a human voice and the note of :
Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
| stringed Instrument Yet there are :
certain parts of the world which boast I
(mountains and hills and cliffs that I Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller i

make these queer noises. In the Pyre : : ...... at the Close of Business i I 4..REELS..4
flees, for Instance there are points I .f!': r'r., .,'> June 30th, 1913 i ito'
which to throw out wild musical I fl 11. r'-' ,., ta'I.
I when '- f' "''' 'i' RESOURCES. I
notes the wind Is blowing from )j :
(certain directions. The natives of I' 1 .... 'fi. .! .. Banking House, Furniture I

course, are terribly superstitious re I .;.. ,. it. ..1.I.. and Fixtures .. .... ....$ 25,867.37 I I PROGRAM TODAY"WHILE
Jgardiug them. They Imagine they pos I 1 4io. f JF. :"0'. Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 :

sees superhuman powers and that they I i'<'I ;i t ...3Y.'tj= Overdrafts ,.............. 83.98 !
I are listening to the voices of the gods .,.,
t.\ I
I I- *" ,? "} Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
[when they hear them. t
The scientific explanation of the phenomenon I if ,1\1 :;' : Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11 I HER BABY SLEPT .. . .. Thanhouser
is simple enough. If it is a .
i s
cliff from which noises emerge the I 101.:,... :t'h.. > .. ., .. I $661,647.12 I Modern drama.
face can be seen to be crossed with >\ LIABILITIES I

deep gullies. These might! be compared Capital .................$100,000.00
In the purpose they serve to
I the pipes of an organ. On certain oc- '' Surplus and Undivided II "THE HENPECKED BURGLAR" ;. .. .. . Solax
easlons a layer of air seems to get I 1 Profits ,.....Of.....Of. 33,889.11Deposits Farce I
I caught between the cliff and the trees *" y I ................ 527,758.01 I comedy.
I which border It, closing up the opening n 1
so that when the wind blows Into the "" $661,647.12 I g

gullies music comes forth. So pronounced ji "AN INDIAN'S GRATITUDE" . Broncho Feature 1
and continued are the sounds: Vf' The officers and directors of the Or. I
I In some of the parts that two of the 4 :! lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to i Western drama.
cliffs have been named "snorers." It V L
of its
opt t; call the attention depositors and
Is Interesting to note from this how 1 ,
friends and the citizens of Orlando .

man ed through makes use the of ages the by principles nature In adopt.the j to the above statement The management "EXTRA" . . . . ..... .. .. :. One Reel I

creating of his musical instruments .; I of the Bank feels that this show

Ban Francisco Chronicle. i w ing reflects the conservative, sane and

progressive methods employed in this COMING THURSDAY-'Half a Chance" Reliance Feat- '
CHARMS AS CURES. financial institution. Strength begets
confidence, and strength is no where ure, and "Or the Undoing of Man" In three reels.

|Curious Remedies That Were Once displayed better by a bank than in
Popular In England. United States Government State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. HIMIIIHttlMMMl
Many and varied are the charms that .I
j man has used for the cure of diseases.In J ittttttmnmmmMiiiim
Northamptonshire, England, a few
hairs from a sick child's head are roll
ed In a piece of meat and given to a Sheep Manure Fertilizer !
dog In the belief that the disease becomes
thereby: transferred to the animaL WRIGHT CT -"-*
In Cornwall the child Is fed with REALTY & SHBD CO The New Hotel NeptuneIs
the bread and butter of a family whose ESTATE I :
heads bear the names of John and TTiate FOR Our REAL Business Garden r Truck or r Floviers I r : now open, under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Despland,
Gypsies swears by roast dor I formerly owners and managers of hotel spland, Daytona's finest
mouse as a cure for whooping cough Orlando Florida. RESULTS and largest hotel. Their reputation will be maintained at the Neptune.Let .
and In Lancashire it is believed that
it be ORLANDO'S RENDEZVOUS. It is situated on the bluff, on a
child will contract that disease who
j has ridden upon a bear. Does NOT Burn : corner street. Every room has an ocean view. Rooms en suite with

Another "cure" was a snake slung private bath.
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an old Sussex charm. The Kev. Coker

Ways Egerton," ,tells In "Sussex the story Folk from and personal Sussex Stylish t and Serviceable are and Accessories at [conomical Prices IttMIIIIHtMttltttMMIIHMMIHililttimiim

I observation. "I have known a person"
j he wrote, "who went a long distanceto
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have a live snake applied to the It Makes t No nill r n nIn
throat for goiter, and 1 have known of I Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
a servant girl who tried the virtue of I Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
a dead one for the same'ailment It I
Straw felt hats for boy. UMBRELLAS
or or caps man or
was discovered, and, being obliged to :
throw It away, she said she would go New Neckwear. PARASOLS what part of the State you want to build, you naturally
somewhere to get 'dead man's hand' Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATSSuit desire to purchase the BEST material! at the LOWEST

| put to her neck." I Wool and cotton dress skirts. Cases, Grips or Trunks CompleteLine. price, with the QUICKEST deliveries and the BEST
Earthworms have been used by Nottingham : Balkan blouses. freight rates.
| people for rheumatism. It was I
necessary to put the worms Into a bot- :
| tie and upon them pour a quantity of : Come in and pay us a visit anytime jusV to look around.. We feel sure you will see Acknowledging that they are Facts, then YOU

powdered quicklime. The resultant I something to interest you. SHOULD PURCHASE YOUR MATERIAL FROM ME.
I compound well rubbed Into the affected I
parts was guaranteed by the prescriberto : JELK'S Macon Brick Paving, Building, Fire and

be a certain cure for rheumatism.I SALOMON ORLANDO Rough Texture.

The Lion's Story. I I LEGG'S Fancy and Faced and Pressed Brick.
When lions were still numerous and BIBB'S Sewer and Drain Pipe.
j easily observed in southern Africa
they were sometimes seen Instructingone ATLAS.PORTLAND CEMENT
[ another In voluntary gymnasticsand "The standard by which all others are measured"

practicing their leaps, making a Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.
| bush play the part of the absent game.A .
hunter tells the story of a lion BEAVER BOARDS. .
which had missed a zebra by miscalculating I
Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices delivered
the distance repeating the jump _
to any part of the state.
several times for his own instruction. -
Two of his comrades appearing while : # ,
he was engaged In this exercise, he : Phones 207-208
led them around a rock to show them _
bow matters stood and then returnIng Office Salesrooms, Whtrrti,
to the starting point, completed : W R Fuller Trackage and Yard
Hendrr and Knlfht Terminals
the lesson by making final leap. The : TAMPA, FLORIDA
animals kept roaring during the whole _
of the curious scene "talking! together CONNECTION 1111101"11111''
," as the hunter who watched them :
said I r

& When "A.m" Spells "Am." j
One of the supposed niceties of speech :
which to many ears seem overnice is I
the pronunciation of the word program : I r i Gifts to Please
when the French termination I
"me" Is left off. These careful folk try :

I jto shorten the sound of the "a" with j- You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks .
the shortening of the word. But 1 :

gram" spells "gram" in English and I : and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which be fromus
may safely be so pronounced wherever 1_ May safely purchased
It Is found. Nobody says telegram will be some months hence.

Why, then, say program?-Christian i :
Science Monitor Why let your money lay idle'e will sign con where everythingis
tracts with you now to make these connections any time
Both Worried.
I guaranteed.
"What's the matter, dear?" asked a I within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
Woman of her troubled looking hus !
band. I for 13 cents per foot.
. "Oh, I'm worried about the money I
market," he testily responded. Give this work to your home company and we are
"And I'm bothered about the market
money," quietly remarked the woman here to see that it is satisfactory to you, and Allen & Co.
counted the contents of her
as she
purse.-London Tit Hits. : you do not have to pay for it until you are satisfied

with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
Judging From Results. -
"Has Polly /got her music lesson j : inspector and certified to by him.
mixed up with her gymnasium hour?" I JEWELERS
"Of course not Why do you ask f' .: : i
"I thought from the way she was :
playing she might have thoughtlessly ..
taken the piano for a punching bag.- j Ir,: Orlando FloridaOur

London Stray Stories. j I ,, ,

Financial. :

A woman carries a purse In herI I :
that other women will see 1 t
hand so
It. A man carries his In his Inside ( The F. JOSEPH. RAEHN
pocket so that his wife will not see ,!
it-New Orleans Picayune. j Repair Department at

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. .MMflIM MMMMIIiliiltlliillrfiillHIIMHM* I election to be held on the third day ******
after the first election unless delayedby

contest as to the result of the election .
Louis C. Massey President
in which case the council shan l

T. Pictoa Widow Yie -Pm.Howiri 8. Wttm Howe CuU advertise a day for the second election,

C. Babcock. AM' CatUn Samod A.Newell Aw't Cukter not less than ten days after the first; ,

Section 10. Any proposed ordinance .

THESTATE may be submitted to the coup.

cil by a petition signed by twenty-fi\

per cent of the total number of votes

cast at the last preceding genera]

BANK election of the City of Orlando. Within !1d I

two weeks after the filing of sal

petition, said council may pass said

ordinance, or shall call a special election

t obe held within thirty days a1;I .

of OrlandoTHE which the adoption or rejection of sue ;

ordinance shall be submitted to thE I

qualified voters of said City. If a.

majority of the qualified voters voting 4 Per Cent Interest on $1,000

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND on the proposed ordinance shall::1 isa

vote in favor thereof, said ordinani

thereupon becomes a valid ordinancE 19955400.13
a ,
in said city. Any number of propose
H in 250 .
The Bank which transacts more business than ordinances may be voted upon at thE

same election according to the provisions < -f
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa of this section. Evansville, Ind., Oct. a7.
Adolph Melzer has placed $1,000.00 on deposit to the
Section 11. If prior to the takin
; credit of the city of Evansville to draw compound Interest
effect of any ordinance, a petitic
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up for 250 years. At the end of that time it will amount tol9,955,400.l3.Post
signed by twenty-five per cent of thE $ Tribune.
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound total number of votes cast at the las:et

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate preceding General Election of sal d
City shall be filed with the council
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis protesting against the enactment oj f

reuected in the large amount of deposits. such ordinance, it shall be suspends

I from taking effect ten days after it s
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 .
passage, unless a longer time be named

therein. Thereupon, unless thE

council shall within ten days reconsider -
or repeal the said ordinance, thE

same shall be submitted to an electio:

to be held as hereinabove provide

correspondent banks are located in every part of for, and the said ordinance shall nc t
be operative if a majority of the vote
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the cast be in opposition thereto.The council .

United States.ORLAXDO'S of its own motion may submi

to popular vote for adoption or rejection

; any proposed ordinance o r
i .
measure in the same manner as pro Let I your money work for you in

PROPOSED CHARTER in connection with said government vided for the exercise of the initiative -

'shall directly or indirectly pay for above mentioned. The Peoples National Bank"It

An Act to Abolish the Present Municipal any publication in any newspaper in Section 12. The mayor and city;

Government of the City of Or- commendation of his rer vices or in advocacy city council shall call an election to "

lando, in the County of Orange, and of his candidacy except under fill the offices of mayor and two coun- is a pleasure to serve you.

to Organize and Establish a New the caption "Paid advertJ (:mtHtl7 and cilmen, as provided for in this Act,

Form of City Government for the no person, firm or co-por.uion, pub- which election shall be held on the

Same and to Prescribe Its Jurisdic- lishing or managing a newspaper, first Monday in December, 1913.

tion, Duties and Powers. shall publish for a consideration any Section 12. The present mayor and --

Be. It Enacted By The Legislature Of commendation, advocacy, or condemnation the city council shall continue in of- 11111'1111111111'1111111111"1'1111111111"1'11"101I

The State Of Florida: of any officer ur ca ididate for fice until the first day of January,

Section 1. That a mayor and two office of said city without stating in 1914.
said publication the price paid there Section 14. The mayor shall be paidan
councilmen shall constitute the city
for and the annual salary of fifteen hundred
council of Orlando. They shall be person paying same.

elected for the term of three years, Section 8. The City Council shallat dollars, and each of the councilmenshall
be paid an annual salary o:f
in the manner now provided by the the end of each quarter print In
twelve hundred dollars, payable it
law for holding municipal elections. pamphl form a detailed, itemized I TTET1QTwo
statement of all equal monthly installments. The
If any vacancy occurs in any such office receipts and expensesof
council at any time increase or
and the unexp red term is less the city and a summary of its proceedings -
decrease such compensation to be paid
than one year, the remaining membersof during the preceding quarter
ordinance which shall take effect
by an -
and furnish
said council shall appoint a personto printed copies thereof to
the of the terms of
at beginning I
fill such vacancy; but if the unex- each public library in the city, the
the councilmen and mayor, to be
pired term exceeds one year, the remaining newspapers of the city and to persons
members shall call nn elec- who shall apply therefor at the office elected after the passage of such or-

tion to be held within thirty days to i of the City Clerk. At the end of each dinance.
Section 15. This act shall not be
fill such vacancy. The person so year the Council shall cause a full
elect-I and construed as repealing or modifying Specials in High Class Seasonable
ed or appointed shall hold for un- complete examination of all the
expired term. books and accounts of the city to be any special legislation relating to
the City of Orlando, and not to conflict MerchandiseThursdayFridayandSaturday
Section 2. The council shall have, made by competent accountants, and
with the terms of this act. t
possess and exercise all executive, I shall publish the results of such examination !
legislative and judicial powers and du- j i in the manner above pro- Whenever by any such special legislation -

ties, heretofore possessed by the city i vided for publication of statementsof or by any general legislationnow

of Orlando, or heretofore belonging I Ito quarterly expenditures, the expenseof or hereafter enacted, any duties I

it, with the power to establish such i all such publication is to be paid devolved upon any officer, such duties -
out of the may be transferred by the council -
subordinate offices as they may see j City Treasury. AT
to any other officer, and any such I
fit, and to assign to them appropriate Section 9. The Mayor or any Coun-
office be abolished or changed,
d-lItfri, subject to the council. Each : cilman may be removed from officein may i
and the duties thereof assigned to i
men ,er <>/ the council shall give to I the following manner: Whenever !
: another officer or officers whether such
the dutus! ef his office all the time qualified, registered electors of said I I YOWELL'S
duties are in accordance with the -
that may be needed for the most efficient city, equal in number to at least twen- general : -
laws of the state relating to cities i
conduct of the affairs of the ty per centum of the entire votes
I and towns or special laws regarding I
City, and shall keep regular office I cast at the primary election which Ii I: -
the City of Orlando.
hours of not Jess than two hours daily, chose the successful candidate at the i
except Sundays. ,, last preceding municipal election,file Section 16. Any person violating I fififi 12 He Dress Ginghams latest patterns in
of the provisions of this Act shall YAR'os ,
f Section 3. The executive and administrative with the Governor a petition demand- any !I I

y powers and duties shall ing the removal of the mayor or any of be not punished more by than fine six not months more,than or both.five UUU I checks and stripes

by the said council be distributed !; councilman, and stating the groundsfor

among three departments of which such demand, the signature of the Act Section shall 17.become The effective provisions and of this the For Three Days Only 9c Per Yard

each of the members of the council i said petition showing the place of res- ,
I same shall be in force and effect only
shall be the superintendent of one, idence, and the occupation of each ratification
and after the approval or -
the mayor making the assignments signer and stating that he is a quali- upon ofthe
of the same by a majortiy
\ and made by vote j fied, registered elector of said
reassignments being city,
of the council when necessary. The!1 said petition being duly verified as to qualified voters of said City election of I I 01111 White' and Figured Lawns, just at the time
Orlando to be expressed by an -
council shall have power to change or I these facts by one or more persons held in said City after thirty days I OtJu YARDS I you need them 12 'Ac and L 5c values retails
abolish all offices with such salaries i} who make affidavits on said petitioners ,
notice thereof, for the special purpose
as may seem desirable, and shall by the said Governor shall order an I,

a majority vote, fill a position or remove -!j! election for a day not later than thir- of and the it ratification is hereby made or rejection the duty thereof of the, !: For Three Days Only, 9c Per Yard

any officer. ty days and not earlier than two weeKs j
said City council of the said City of'!'
Section All officers and employees : after the filing of the said petition
Orlando to call and to provide for the
in such city shall be electedor with the said Governor; said electionto within' +

appointed with reference to th'-iri I be conducted under the rules and holding sixty days of after such the an passage election of this I: Positively there will not be a yard of these goods sold at

qualifications and fitness, and for the; regulations and penalties applyingto I Ito

good of the public service, and without i other municipal elections, at which Act laws, which of election the State shall of be Florida according governing j above reduction ONLY ON THESE DAYS.

reference to their political faith: I election the said council shall provide
elections, so far as practicable j
or party affiliations. : ballots on which shall be placed the
Approved May 23, 1913.)
Section 5. It shall oe unlawful for; name of the mayor or councilman i

any candidate for oflicv or any o+!ker whose( removal the petitioners have N. P. YOWELL

of such city, directly or indirectly: to( demanded, and also the name or names State of Florida, Office. of Secretary !

give or promise any irso-i: or puseia: i j of any other candidate or candidatesfor of State-S. S. of
Crawford Secretary
I, H. Clay j
any office, publi" enaloj merit, bent-fit the position then held by the said State of the State of Florida, do hereby & & & & & & .&.& .& .& .& &. 1111161111111111111"1111"11"11'0tl'lY'TT"TTT. . ++ .
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of value for the councilman the ballotto is true!i
anything purpose mayor or said certify that the foregoing a
of influencing or obtaining the political -. be prepared at least five days be- I'and correct copy of "An Act to Abolish -, -- --- I 1"IIIIIIIIIIlllllllell'I'IIIIII'I III+
the Present Municipal i AT
aid or vote of such person or per- fore the date of election. The said j I !
of> the City of Orlando, in the county
sons, or to pay or promise to pay any person receiving the majority of the !of' Orange, and to organize and establish !' 3 Big Reels 3 FOB SALE

person to work for or aid the candidacy votes cast in the said election, shall I a new form of government for the I i "Light in the Window," Bison-a I Ii .
of such candidate for office. hold the office during the unexpired same and to prescribe its jurisdiction,I i Civil War drama in two parts. The I 201America -----
I I duties[ and ," session of laws of
Section 6. Every elective officer in I term and the incumbent shall not be I powers enrolled I story centers on a Southern Rose, who, StreetNEW
Florida, 1913, as shown by the -
such city shall within thirty days after removed unless a majority vote is I Act on file in this office. I is deeply in love with a northern of-t j

qualifying:, file with the city clerk.I received by some other person; but in Given under my hand and Great ficer. The battle scenes show the daring j

acid publish at least once in a daily case there be no election, a second Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee of the men who made our coun- TWO STORY HOUSE Sleeping Porch, I
the this
Capital, twenty-
newspaper of general circulation, his! election shall be held at which time !I
fourth day of June, A. D. 1913.
sworn statement of all his election and the balots shall contain only the Seal H. CLAY CRAWFORD, try."A Providential Tragedy," Xestora -'! Bath, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light.

campaign expenses, and by whom such names of the incumbent and his opponent Secretary of State. drama of a thousand thrills. Apply SENTINEL OFFICE ;

funds were contributed. I who received the highest vote Open2to5and7tolOp.m. |

Section 7. Xo officer*br candidate l at the preceding election; the said Subscribe for the Sentinel Admission five cents to all. .11,11111,1.11111,1.111111.11111..11.1.1,1...