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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: May 7, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Service,.Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7TH, 1913. NUMBER 74.

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SEEMS A CERTAINTY ARE HELD ONE OF CONSPIRACY TO OBSTRUCT WEATHER BUREAU AMENDS ITSjl :
NEW STATE TWO SUSPECTS LAST ATTACKS MADE ON IT-A DR. EDWARD T. POULSON, OF

-ORLANDO' STANDS GOOD IS A GUNMAN-HIGH POLICE JUSTICE-OFFICERS IN THE I!! FORECAST-STAGE OF 1912 SLIGHT MODIFICATION .OF j BLUFFTON, IXD., UNANIMOUSLY

SHOW OF BEING CAPITALOF OFFICIALS WORK ON TRAGEDY TOOMBS-STILL AFTER THE I|| WILL NOT BE REACHED TAX INCOME PROVISION SELECTED AT A LARGELY -

SOUTH FLORIDA. I WITH 75 DETECTIVES MAN "HIGHER UP" NEW ORLEANS. Special to the Sentinel. I J ATTENDED MEETING.

There remains but little doubt that New York, May 6.-Policeman Special to the Sentinel. I;: New Orleans, La., May 6.-On ac- Washington, D. C. May 6.-The Wil- j i The First Baptist church in confer-

the State of Florida will be divided Charles T. Teare died shortly before New York, May 6.-Former Police count of the slow return of the Gib- sonUnderwood combination free ence yesterday evening extended to

with but little opposition. t(17 o'clock last night in St. Vincent's Inspectors Dennis Sweeney, John J.I' son's Landing crevasse, waters to the trade tariff bill passed through the I Dr. Edward T. Poulson, of Bluffton,

Representative Brown of Polk is Hospital from a bullet wound inflicted Murtha, James Hussey and James Mississippi river through the Red last of the attacks against it in the Ind., a unanimous call to the Pas
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one of the leading champions of state by an unknown Italian who shot and Thompson were tonight found guilty river, the weather bureau today low- House tonight. It will be passed to- torate.

division. He is responsible for the (, killed Policeman William and John of a conspiracy to obstruct justice by I:!j I ered the maximum flood stages previous morrow. Several changes will be After the preaching services, in

statement that forty-four out of sev Rizzo late Saturday night. Rizzo was the jury, before Justice Seabury inI I. forecast for Baton Rouge, Don- made in the bill by the Senate. It is which there was a wonderful manifestation

enty-one members of the House, either -I out under bonds of $2,000 on the the criminal division of the Supreme oldsonville and New Orleans. The probable that Wilson will have fur I of God's Holy Spirit and during
division neutral andthat of at tail- Court. The verdict was returned after ; indications that the ther suggestions to make with refer-
present
favor or are charge shooting a striking !( are max- i which, ten persons united with
the jury had been'out thirty-two min ence to some of the tariff duties. He I I
of the imum in the lower river will
fifteen out thirty-two sen- or about a month ago. stages the church, a number of whom came
ators occupy like position. There is H! Teare was the third victim of one: utes. : range from half a foot to more than indicated that he desires a modification upon confession of faith in Jesus

indication that division might sweep of the most remarkable exhibitionslof The verdict of guilty marks a long !!' a foot below the high record stages of I of the income tax provision of i Christ, the church was called into

both houses if cleverly presented, ow( lawlessness in the history of the stride in graft investigation concluded -; 1912. the bill after seeing the life insurance conference for the purpose of calling

ing'to the vast difference between th j city. For the first time in the history by Whitman. I Favorable reports from all points companies. i a pastor.

needs of northwest Florida and the j'of' ItThomas crime in New York, according After the verdict had been returned I were received today at the headquarters These changes will be made in the When the question was placed before

southern and central sections. I to veteran policemen, an Italian Justice Seabury ordered the four here of the United States engineers income tax provision of the tariff bill the conference the motion

Representative Van Valzah of V 0-,II', gangman deliberately killed policemen police oflcers returned to the Toombsto ; regarding the condition of thee in the House tonight was throughthe quietly made and seconded, that was Dr.

lusia was on deck also with some fig, to save himself from arrest. await the sentence which will b (levees along the river from Vicksburg committee amendment, which ex Poulson be .extended the call. With-

ures. He says forty-seven represen, I Throughout the Police Department made early next week. south to the gulf. Continued empts from tax insurance endowmentsand out any discussion, the question was
tatives and eighteen senators have i yesterday, there was a feeling of indignation The maximum pnalty future of con I sunshine and the new weather bureau periodicals and part of the princi called for, and member of the
every
pledged themselves for state division. i I I over the murder of Heaney viction from Whitman's standpoint, forecast indicating lower stages in pal payments to the policy holders. church voted the adoption of the mo-

Various suggestions are being madeas i and Teare. It was voiced on the deathbed however, will lead to further prosecu I the lower river than were recorded tion. .

to the proper manner of division,,I of Teare a moment before he died. tions on indictments carrying greater last year have encouraged the en SCHENK ELECTED() MAYOR Never was there a greater testi-

Mr. Brown would have the following | He had been conscious all the timeafter penalties. gineers to believe they will be ableto mony extended to a man of God from
Special to the
SentineLLos
counties make up West Florida, wit l being shot, and just before her There are a number of other in hold the remaining levees. Angeles ,Cal., May 6.-Early a people, in calling himto their lead
Talahassee as the capitol of the new breathed his last, he asked for a cup dictments pending against Sweeney I The forecast of the weather bureau ership.

state: Escambia, Sahta Rosa, Wal. of tea. At the bedside were Mrs. Anna and Whitman's office will now makeevery 'calls for the following maximum returns the from election today's of primaries John indicate The pulpit committee went imme-
city attorney
ton Holmes, Washington, Bay, Calhoun -. Teare, his mother; PatrolmanJ effort to bring a speedy trial {( stages: W. Schenk. municipal conference diately to the home of Mrs. V. B.

Jackson, Liberty, Franklin, Wa- Leonard and Frank Campbell 1, to the men under the more serious I Baton Rouge, 42.2 to 43.5 feet, compared didate, as Mayor. can Chapman, where Dr. Poulson is stop-

kulla, Leon, Jefferson, Madison, Tay- (Capt. Robert Teare of the Fire De- charges. I with a maximum of 43.8 last! ping, to make official notification ic.

lor, Lafayette, Suwanee, Hamilton, ]partment and wife and Mrs. Ellen It is known that Whitman hopes year; Donaldsonville, 33.5 to 34.5 feet, LYNCHING IN GEORGIA I!I behalf of the church concerning the
Baker, Bradford and Columbia. ]Moore, a friend of the family. that the conviction of these four men compared with 34.8 last year; New :

This would form the state of West I Deputy Dougherty issued an order will lead to new and more startling Orleans, 21.0 to 21.5, compared with Special to the Sentinel. call.Dr.. Poulson said that he profoundly -
Florida with population of that all railroad and confessions, which will lead to the 22.0 feet last The crest of the
a 298,159, .]last night steam- year. Harlem, Ga., May 6.-Accused of appreciated the interest that the
or 30,000 more than the Sate of Flor- ;ship terminals should be watched to real man "higher up, who Whitman, flood is expected to reach New Or- using a pistol in the vicinity of Mar- people of the First Baptist church

ida had in 1880. The population of ]prevent the escape of the suspect"What all along, has contenden was the mane leans May 15. tiez, while drunk, John Moore, a ne and of Orlando had shown in him and

the counties remaining in the mother is needed in New York is a was after. During the forty-eight hours ending gro, was taken from the Columbia that he had never enjoyed holding*

state would be 454, 841. i dose of the New Orleans medicine," i at 7 a. m., today there was a fall county jail this morning and hangedto meeting in any church more than M
West Florida and South Florida was the universal comment on the OLD BUILDINGS DISAPPEARINGThe I of three-tenths at Vicksburg and a a tree in the prison yard. Althoughthe had here.

have no more in common than South crime by policemen.KEY ':i fall of one-tenth at Natchez. lynchers broke into the jail to get When asked for a definite answers

Florida and Georgia, and are not only Orange County Furniture From Red river landing, he stages the negro, they did it so quietly that he said he could not feel conscientious

widely separated geographically, but WEST-HAVANA FLIGHT pany have .vacated the rooms Com1 I l were,. Red river landing 50.3 feet, _arise the sheriff didn't; hear. them. though in doing so until he had conferred'
in climate and crop productions so frame building at. the corner of I;I of ewo-tenths; Baton Rouge, 40.8a sleeping near and didn't know of the with his church. lie is pastor of

vastly different that the same laws Special to the SentineL Church and Boone streets and have rise of .2; Donaldsonville, 32.4, a tragedy until he found the body dang- one of the strongest churches of Iiw

enacted on many subjects are abso- Havana, Cuba, May 6.-Aviators their stock now, located in the Stem-I I rise of .3; New Orleans, 20.3, a rise ling from the tree. diana, and a member of the State

lutely foreign to the other locality. men, setWEjCjghwhvcin..inlowgkm ons building West of the railroad. of .3. : Board of Missions.Dr. .

The entire State is developing rapidly Rossillo and Paria, two Cuban bird- Workmen are now engaged in dis- I BAN ON RACE TRACK GAMBLINGSpecial Poulson said: "I assure you thai

but along entirely different lines. men, set out today to compete for the mantlling the frame structure which HONORED BY SCIENTISTS I Ii i the call will not be turned down unless .

The people from both sections will $10,000 prize offered for the Key has been on that corner for many to The Sentinel I am persuaded that my duty i4
fare better if the State is divided.In West-Havana race. They go by shipto years, and the same will be removedso Washington, May 6.-Seventeen I I Albany, N. Y., May 6.-Governor still yonder."

case the State is divided, Orlando Key West and will fly back to Ha- as to make way for the new two- years old today a model of the wing I Sulzer tonight formally notified Po- Never was a church in a more ban
is so located geographically and brick from a secluded spot on the Potomac lice Commissioner Waldo and the
vana probably on Thursday. The story building which is to be dis- monious condition than the First Bap
has such advantages as to make it contest is open only to Cubans. erected on that corner this summer. flew more than a mile under its own trict attorneys and sheriff's office of tist church at present and never werea

the logical location for the new cap- The line of flight will be patrolledby steam and marked the beginning ofa Ne wYork, King and Queens coun- people so united upon calling a pastor

ital. Indeed, this is so clearly recog- vessels of the Navy, several of I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG new era in aviation. Its inventor, ties, that they would be held strictly as they are upon calling Dr. Ed
nized that already several of the which have already received ordersto LEAGUES I I Prof. Samuel P. Langley, continuedhis accountable for any violation of the ward T. Poulson.

strongest factors in state Affairs have take their positions.RUFFSTETLER experiments to build a machine anti-race track gambling laws at the ; It seems that they have been led
suggested to Orlando the propriety of .>. that would carry a man, but finallyhe coming meet by the
Special to the Sentinel. .: Spirit of God in,this under
geting busy. BOAT YARD IN National ; died of a broken heart, some of' taking.

People have come o recognize the MIAMI BURNED Philadelphia, 1; St. Louis, 3. his friends say, because of ridicule I BOARD OF TRADE MEETING MONDAY .
wonderful future of South Florida heaped him.
upon
Boston, 3; Pittsburg, 2. NIGHT REVIVAL SERVICES
and as ,a separate state, will make But at the Smithsonian Institutiona j
Miami, May 5.-The boat yard be Brooklyn, 3; Chicago, 3. t -
great strides toward the goal of her longing to W. I. Huffstetler, locatecon New York, 8; Cincinnati, 6. group of scientists whose names are President read appointment of com The meetings at the First Baptist

ambition-the greatest State in the the south side of the Miami river,, AmericanNo known to the world, gathered to un-- mittees. Mr. Badger's motion invit- church are increasing in interest and

Union.In was totally destroyed by fire last' games scheduled today. veil a tablet to his memory as the ing Mr. Garretson, of Cocoa, Ind., to power. About thirty-five person
the location of a new capital, a night. The loss is estimated at $15- South Atlantic father of advanced aviation and to establish a wholesale grocery in Or- have been received into the member-

central location, as well as a healthful 000 or more. Mr. Huffstetler carriedno Macon, 7; Savannah, 1. present medals to Glenn Curtiss and I lando. Mr. Dickson's motion to reaffirm ship during the few days the meeting .
one, one that will command respect Gustave Eiffel, who have carried on the Stanford publicity bill has been
insurance, hence the loss is total. Columbus, 7; Charleston, 2. now running.
from the outside world, is the loca the work Langley left off. Curtis was pending in the legislature. Mr. Badgers This evening the ordinance
Close by the burning buildings the Jacksonville, 2; Albany, 0. of baptism -
tion that wil appeal to the Florida citizen Gutyon and Moore Company have present, but Ambassador Jusserand motion sustaining the legislative e. will be administered unto aj
so justly proud of his state. received the medal for Eiffel. Laterat bill State and
large storage oil tanks, in whichthere on highways expert many as are ready to receive it A
When the time comes, as it will was 500,000 gallons of oil, and PROTECT_THE. BIRDS the Army War College, an exhi road building. Dr. Howell sought aid< great meeting is anticipated.

come within a few weeks for action, the tanks were in great danger of bition of flying boats was given. Army for establishment of a band and "The Spirit and the Bride say come;
Orlando will present her claims and Mr. William T. Hornady, director of and officers carrying the .
catching fire. The firemen ran three. navy on introduced Starkey, a band mas- let him that will, come and take of
it is not foolishness to say that she lines of hose to the burning structure the New- York Geological. Park and development of aviation were present ter who agreed to organize and teach the Water of Life freely.
starts wih fifty-one per cent. in her author of American Natural history, and many, of the notables of Washington a band for three months for $10 per
and of
a stream water was turn- -
favor. ed onto the tanks. Located nearbywas who contributed an article to this pa-11 I life came to pay homage to the week of two meeting nights. C. E. STILL BAFFLES ATLANTA POLICE
Jacksonville and Tampa are both load of per several weeks ago, through representative memory of Langley. Howard's motion that it be referredto
a barge oil, but this was
after it, but there is little hope for S. A. Robinson, presents one a special committee to confer with r
moved to a safe distance. Mr.
either of them. Lakeland, of course, Huffstetler away is arranging to rebuild at of his valuable books to the Public THE MAN WHO KILLED KING OF the City Council and the Municipal Atlanta, Ga., May 5.-Despite diligent .
is after it also Ocala but Orlando is School of GREECE COMMITS SUICIDE
once. Library, Orlando.On League and report. Committee: Dr. efforts to discover the identityof

a winner. page 79, writing of squirrels as Howell, Messrs. Holbrook and Bad- the person or persons who murdered
the destroyers of birds, he says: Athens, Greece, May 6.-Aleko 14-year-old Mary
Phagan and hid
FIVE LIVES LOST IN ger.Mr.
AN ABANDONED
WOMEN'S BILL FAILED "Once in a great while, conditions Schinas, who assassinated King Badger's motion that the new her body in the basement of the Na

MINE change in a subtle way; wild creatures George of Greece on March 18 at Sa- committees organize and promptly report tional Pencil Company factory, where

I unexpectedly increase in numbers anda loniki, committed suicide this morn- back to the Board all business j it was discovered one week
Special to the Sentinel I Special to the Sentinel community awakens to the fact that ing by flinging himself out of a win- referred. Mr. Badger's motion that terday, police and detectives ago, yes-
London, England, May 6.The I Hartford, Ky., May 6.-Five men dow of the station in that are ap-
some wild species has become a pub- police city. the directors bring in report whether parantly as far as ever from
solvingthe
Dickinson bill, granting limited suffrage were killed by black damp in the
lic nuisance. In a small city park, Schinas was a native of the town advisable to raise money to employa mystery
to women, failed to pass its shaft of the Taylor Mine Company 'f{
even gray squirrels may breed and of Volo, Thessaly. He killed the King paid secretary to give entire time With the third session of the
second in the House of Commons cor-
The
reading today. mine had been abandonedfor
become so fearfully numerous that, in I I by firing point blank into his back and also a plan to raise money for orner's inquest set for this afternoon
tonight. The vote was 266 to some time and C. F. Frazier ,
219. one I I their restless quest for food, they may while he was walking along the streetsof advertising purposes. Mr Dickson and the probability that Newt Lee,
of those killed wanted
into the shaft and, see what to go he down could I I ravage the nests of wild birds, kill and 1 1I Saloniki accompanied by an aide. : reported meeting of chautauqua com- the negro watchman held as a suspect,

devour the young and become a pest Schinas gave as an explanation of mittee with a new manager of Florida -! will take the stand, public interest ix
Special the find. He climbed down
to
Sentinel.
Much an old ladder I I In the Zoological Park, in 1903, we the crime that in 1911 he had appliedfor Chautauqua and stated if it was the case is augmented today. It wax
satisfaction *
was and fell to the
expressen ground. 1( feared that the red squirrels had in- assistance at the King's palace the sense of the Board a guarantee reported this morning that Leo M.
throughout London when the defeatof
His
companions at the top heardhim 1 1
I creased in such hords that they were and had been driven away. must be voted. Referred to committee Frank, of the
manager pencil
the bill became known. I twasclaimed fall and four went down to find' com
driving out all our nesting birds, driv- A few days the doctors examined with to act also
ago Communication held
power ,
I pany as a suspect, might
on all sides that the cam- him. They were all overcome. The appear -
paign of arson ,destruction and wire- bodies recvoered. I out the grey squirrels and becominga Schinas and announced that he.I F. P. Dale suggesting street as a witness. More than two
were
nuisance. We shot sixty of them was dying of tuberculosis. signs. The president described hundred
cutting, culminating in the placing ofa a new employes of the company
and brought the total down to a rea-I system he had Mr. of them
bomb marked "vote for women" in i seen. Badger'smotion many girls, have been summoned
the main entrance to the Grand Ho Mr. Carl Jansen, mayor of that t'sonable: number. Wherever he is and I WEATHER REPORT that it be referred to commit- to appear at the inquest, and

tel early this morning which mili pretty suburb on Lake Luna, is a firm], whatever his numbered strength, the Florida-Generally fair Wednesdayand tee on, streets to confer with City the police are hopeful that evidence
,
tant believer in woman's suffrage. So muchso red squirrel is a bad citizen. We a Thursday. Council.- -Dr. Howell's motion that if furnished by some of these will throw
suffragettes had carried out for ret
many months had that he has added another to his,k not in favor of exterminating him, the,tate should be divided, it is the new light upon the crime.
received official
condemnation." proper group of pretty daughters and now.1!'! he must" be kept in bounds by the Good pictures and good music were sense of this Board that Orlando The new grand jury will be empan

has as fine a quartette of girls as anyman I I rule. the features at the Lucerne Theatre should be the capital Adopted hilari elled today, and there is strong probability

on earth. The Sentinel extends II, last evening. The reels for tonightwill ously. Mr. Watson's motion and Mr. that Solicitor General Dorse .
Insure your property with Curtis congratulations to Mr.' and Mrs. Je iSentinel I want ads are the marketplace ; certainly amuse the masses of the Hutton's motion on sanitary matters will place the case in the hands of that
& O'Neal. reliable compute. sen. for this entire section. people. I referred.-Secretary. body Tuesday morning.





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OHAS. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW
May 5.-The Oviedo truckers -

are in good spirits, as weather Lord & .BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of
favor.products and prices are all in their

Miss Helen Lawton entertained the wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,

Oviedo Magazine Club Friday after-I i that we have formed a partnership under the' i New Suits
noon. The subject of the programwas Spring
above firm name, for a general
"The Hen, and it is seldom thatso
hcmely a subject can call forth
'wit, humor and interest to the extent Real Estate and Insurance
,displayed in the various numbers of -- and DressesWE

this program. business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. i
Mrs. Barlow, of Sanford, is with
her mother, Mrs. James Argo, who 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
has been ill this week.
Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old-friendsand ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
Saturday evening, May 3, a very OF
c enthusiastic meeting of Oviedo's most to_make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
prominent men was held in Mr. Hunt's IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
store relative to the proposed road Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
from Orlando via Oviedo to the East
Coast. Although we are cut off from and we havesome exceptional Largairs J COMEIND SEEUs) CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
Orange county we will need a good SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
road to Orlando as much as we have I Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO .
in the past. WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
Mrs. Rigby, who has been winteringwith 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
her daughters, Mesdames Smith .,IIIIMMiMMMMtMIIMMMHIIMMIIIililliliiMILIGHT AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
and Cushing,has gone to Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Henry McCall returned Sat- -_ __
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urday from a visit in Lakeland.
Mr. Marion Drawdy has his father _N-Y.1# w; "gI
with him for a few days. g New York
Mr.: Lee, of Lake Charm, took a : THE
party in his machine by way of the : .
Geneva Bridge over to DeLand in or- :I PATH TO PROSPERITY I
der to attend the Horticultural So- ;
ciety's Annual Meeting.Mr. : Bargain Store
Meade, of Lake Charm, a gen- :
Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
tleman noted for his work with orchids ;I
has now in bloom a great num- ; their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this StoreShanalbargeei
ber and variety of Amaryllis. To any :. cess.} \You simply cannot fail to attract new
one knowing or caring in the least for
flowers it is a wonderful sight to see ; customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
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these, especially when Mr. Meade explains ;I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
something of the nature of : I for bicycles and t8undrl. MfMtillMllilllllttMlililltliimillHIilMMttlSuccessor .
trade within its reach: That is the reason ..
them as he shows them. Also he is ;
now experimenting with that variety ; they command the attention of buyers.For .
.of Calladium called "dascheen", which : I DRLHRAPtSDELLOptoffletris1[
the United States Government, in an j Every Store Owner j ..
effort to reduce the cost of living. I J. B. McKAY,
Friday evening, dance CONTRACTOR AND to Dr. 0. P. LUdsa
a was givenin
No how small his business the Electric
the Geneva matter .
Hall. A small party GUILDER.Mnrnntend
from Oviedo attended. Sign is the cheapest and most effective I .- All Work.
1 advertising. Prices That Are an
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party demolished, B. A. Bolton was a sketch. I .
critically injured and C. P. Townsendand ,1! No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. : Has installed an up to date grinding plant and is prepared
C. W. Groover badly hurt Tues1 1 J : to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.

day afternoon, when the car turned a j .... : Along with all the stock and instruments he his secured

the complete sudden somersault sticking as of the the result steering of I I: will fill the prescription of Dr. LIkins'books prescriptions dating back without several years delay., and

to gear.Jacksonville The party for were the purpose on their of having way !I ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO..I Funeral Embalmer Directorand : I MiilllilimilllttttM any itttlillllMlilltmittftSentinel

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YORK'S WATER SUPPLY- en Island, when the system is finally t F. B. Dale and wife to Gustavus -
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CATSKILL RESERVOIR completed.It .
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will take the water three daysto S. Cecil and wife to Gustavus son.Otto
Breckner and wife to Crosbyand

The great Catskill reservoir, which come from the reservoir to the Culp.Henry Baldwin.C. JUST RECEIVEDA
farthest point in the Parry and wife to Harm
will supply nearly 6,000,000 New system. H. Champneys and husband to

Yorkers with water for drinking and Schurer. P. D. Shepherd.

for household purposes was constructed PURE FOOD South. Land Home Co., to C. Kenni- Walter H. Schultz and wife to Han- CAR LOAD OF LIMESPECIAL

at a cost of over $18,000,000. Work son.J. nah B. Adams.A. .
The people of Orlando want clean, E. and Bettie H. Groves to Gil-
was begun in 1907. An average of E. Becker and wife to James G.
wholesome food. They are going to bert Eldredge.
3,000 men were daily employed at the Jones.H. PRICESIN
have pure clean food. The City Coun- Mary Bevans and husband to Clem-
I C. Nye and wife to Jas. A. Knox.
task.The cil passed an ordinance requiring entine V. Caldwell. LARGE
reservoir was constructed in a I C. B. Robinson and wife to Jas. A. QUANTITIES
foods to be screened against flies. A. Nathan and
wife to E. Hamel.
natural
basin west of the Hudson Knox.B. .
They are going to enforce it. L. H. Roberts Prompt Delivery.
and wife to Louis W.
river 14 miles from Kingston and 127 A. Domerick, et al., to J. A.
The progressive men on the board o
miles ;from New York City. It is Spanghel.H. ;Jones.
will insist on it. The people will insist C. Dan and wife to W. L. Til-
about. 13 miles long, about one mile I J. A. Jones, et. al., to Clara Hand.
on it, and the merchant who keeps Florida Metal Co.
wide and covers 8,180 acres. In its den.Jno. I I Sam'l. D. Carr to Harriett J. Jacobs
the path warm running after the C. Michael and wife to Grace
construction farms and cemeterieswere i,; J. A. Tenntn and wife to C. F.'
Council asking for modifications and 3I. Smith.
entirely removed and the townsof I Mather Smith. McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
ease up is not engaged in a laud- Jno. C. Michael
very and wife to B. C.
Ashokan, Browns, Nest Shakon J. S. McCawley and wife to J. C.
ible work to say nothing of the un- Buxton. I; Phone 41.
and Olive Bridge completely torn ''and I J. H. Palmer. ]
savory advertising that he gets out H. C. Dann and wife to Theodore --
down. Their sites are now covered I i T. W. Briggs and wife to Dan
of it. :
by the waters of the reservoir. It Harty. Humphrey.Chas. .
The people are wise to the status of Mrs. F. Bellows to Youmans and
also was necessary to tear out eleven Treman and wife to E. H.I
affairs in Orlando and have put glas- Snowden.
miles of trackage of the Ulster & Byrd I
ses where some people would love to Nelson Carroll and wife to Geo. D.
Deleware railroad and 64 miles of Jas. H. Sadler, Jr., to Margaret D.'
put wool and these people will buy Reeves et al. ,
highway to make the reservoir pos- Winkleman.D. The Best the
sible. their groceries, meats and baked Jos. Frist, et. al., to Meinhard and W. is CheapestSO
Currie and wife to C. C.
goods where the fly is not the biggest Frank.
The task meant the erasing from I Holly, et al. I
toad in the puddle, and where the Meinard and Frank to J. W. Emer-
the map of a civilized prosperous valley I W. B. Burkett and wife to Burrell j GET THE BEST OF
proprietor has a correct understanding ,
and restoring it to its original son.Belle Scott. :;
of the biblical admonition that W. Burdett to S. B. Hull.
states.It i M Burrell Scott and wife to Jennie A.;
is estimated that 132,000,000,000 "Cleanliness is next to godliness. J. F. Karnaty and wife to W. L. Garrott. j Paints and Wall PaperTHE

gallons of water are held in place by WHAT JOHN WANAMAKER SAYS Harvey. H. C. Dann and wife to C. B. Robin!
Howard-Packard Land Co. to Dora'Cense.
,
the various dams and dikes which I
son. 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
supplement the natural basin in which Inez F. Bellows to Youmans &II
the reservoir was built. The main "If there is one enterprise on earth Jno. S. Chapman and wife to MaudeS. Snowden.Everything. IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
that should leave
I a "quitter" severely Warren.
dam, of reinfarced concrete and rubble SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
alone it is advertising. To make a I
is feet DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I
construction 4,650 long, 220 success of advertising one must ----- ii WILL

feet high, 190 feet thick at the base stick to it like a barnacle on aboat's I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

and 23 feet thick at the top.
bottom. He should know before -
In the construction of this reservoir
he begins it that he must spend

2,960,000 cubic yards of. earth were money. Somebody must tell him, also Hew GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268

excavated, 8,069,000 cubic yards of
that he cannot hope to reap re-
embankment were set, 984,000 cubic
ruslts commensurate with his expenditure -
yards of masonry were laid and
early in the game. Adevrtisingdoesn't .
barrels of cement used --
1,187,000 were
jerk-it pulls. It begins very

in the concrete work. gently at first, but the pull is steady.It IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI-

storange The water tank to is supply gathered this enormous from the increases day by day and year by MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR Reduced Prices on all

year until it exerts an irrisistible ,
Esopus Creek, which is fed by numer- HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
power. '
back in the Catskill SUPPLIESMcCULLOCII'S
ous springs moun-
Summed up in a few words, what
tains. Thus assuring New York of a PATTERN HATSHANDBAGS
Mr. Wanamaker says means simply
supply of mountain spring water. this-persistency wins in advertising!I
New York's daily water consump

tion is 500,000,000 gallons but the reservoir REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS

o will be able to supply 770,000000 ,- Sanford Water Works Co., to Southern -

gallons daily. The water is car-, Utilities Co. DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE G AND NECKWEAR f n COST \

ried to the city in aqueducts and tun- U. S. A. to Wm. A. Wright.

nels, the most notable of which is the I John Shnarr and wife to M. J. POST OFFICE ,,

great tunnel under the Hudson at I Daetweler.H. .
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Storm King. Here the tunnel is .
constructed Carl Dann and wife to Fred R.

through the solid rock several Kilbourne. CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN ;

hundred feet below the river. 0. S. Robinson and wife to F. R.

Huge tunnels were also constructed and K. E. Kilburne. PRICES ALWAYS" -- I

through the solid rock beneath the I Gilbert A. Eldredge to Emily E.

city and will carry the water to Stat-:I Kingsley. I ..



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I l' I South Florida SentinelMORNING County Commissioners- met in Those men who figure on President I

AND WEEKLY regular session yesterday and besides Wilson and Oscar Underwood neu- ;

transacting the routine, they cre- tralizing the tariff bill now before
Entered at the poet once at Orlando, ated another committee precinct, Congress, in order to appease the ()
florid u Second Clau Mail Hatter.
adding Orange Center as a pre- wrath of the opposition, or6 still. the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES t cinct in response to a petition. fears of the faint hearted, have yet to
When
You Choosea
Today will be an important sessionas get acquainted with those gentlemen.
THE DAILY SENTINEL Orange county will have to be redistricted Neither of them are quitters, nor are
One year ......................$5.00 since Seminole is cut off they given to compromise when they
Six Months ........... .......S 2.50 and a 'new Commissioner's district believe they are right.
Three Months ................. 1.25 must be made. At the meeting of the The Democratic campaign was madeon Gift of Jewelry

Executive Committee next Saturday, tariff reform. "Down with the ,
67 news carrier in Orlando. (0 eeota per
month Daily and Sunday. one of their duties will be to recom- robber tariff," was the rallying cry.

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found mend a name for the appointment of I The people had had sixteen years of
w talc in Orlando at Canti 4 O'Neal' Book County Coramissioiicr for this TlE'WI high tariff experience. They had hada THEN MAKE
YOU A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
Store. I district. fair chance to watch the operationof
BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND
We will appreciate prompt complaint if It will also be necessary to make a it. They saw it was a law that fa- JUDGMENT AND
delivery i* not properly made by our carrier new election precinct in the northeast vored classes as against the masses. TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Aderrtking rata will be fornbhed on ap.licatioD. part of the county, since the carvingout The Democrats during that sixteen EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

of Oviedo into Seminole. Com years, made the tariff a mninor issuein EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS -
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL missioner Woodruff was in Orlando each succeeding campaign, and WHOSE KNOWLEDGE
AND
Jot year, by mail pottage paid .......$1.00 yesterday, but as was predicted, did each time went down in defeat though TASTE HAVE WON
AidrtM THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. not participate in the deliberations of headed by the most brilliant and pop- RECOGNITION.THE .
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building
Phone 24J. that body. ular man in America. BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
School Commissioner Thrasher took When Woodrow Wilson came on to ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS' .

F. SCHUMANN, Editor. part in the school work this session. the political horizon, it was as a voice
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. crying in the wilderness and the peo- FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS .

CIRCUIT COURTS MEETS ple flocked to his call. He preached AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

WEDNESDAY, MAY 7TH, 1913. the simple, old-fashioned Democratic COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.

Judge Perkins convened Circuit doctrine of tariff reform, with equal
has found trust but rights to all, with special privilegesto L
Puj a money Court here yesterhay and the call of
most of us seem to find our trust in the docket was attended by unusual none. The campaign was foughtout
these doctrines and Mr. Wlison
money. difficulties in that he had to separatethe on
o. wheat from the chaff and send to was elected.
After you're sure you're right, then the new county such cases as rightfully The people elected him because they I
do a little more thinking before going come within the jurisdiction of the believed in those doctrines and believed -

ahead. new county, which transfers fully one- that Mr. Wilson was the man to : T. U. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
accomplish that end. What less could
0 third of the cases including the case
Wilson do than make his
Not a few brides are better dressed of the State vs. Fred Wilmot. The Mr. good ,
on their wedding days than they are term of Court for Sanford will haveto promises to the people? Oscar Un-.
derwood is of the ablest and
ever after.It be arranged and a place of holding one POST OFFICE
in America. No i
cleanest statesmen I.
a court and officers elected before a I \
man in the present Congress knows EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
is just as well to remember that court can be convened. As mattersnow
tariff shedules better than he. Both
the school of experience isn't a Sun- stand, Seninole county is simplyon
Wilson and Underwood honest.
day SchoolIt its good behavior as they have no are _
Both will keep their promise to the L -U
o court nor officers charged with law
sometimes seems as though the enforcement and the delay attendant American people, regardless of the

' fool killer must have given up his upon such matters is such that the threats of unholy interests.- .

job in disgust. new county committee may ask Gov-
--o- ernor Trammel to appoint officers to SENATOR WORKS HITS BIG BUSINESS -

A man by the name of Hornblower hold until the next regular election, SILK'TOCKINGS I

r has married a Miss Piper. What will and, thus get down to business.
the harvest be? "Even the charities of the present
have become commercialized "
day ,
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Some people spend all their lives said Senator Works. "They are car-

looking in the Lost and Found column The pre-division slate of the new ried on as a business. They are doing ,4g

for opportunities. county of Seminole is as follows: more, perhaps, than almost any other
influence to make this Nation a coun-
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For Commissioners: C. W. Entz- For Day
The more we do the more we can minger, Longwood ;B. G. Smith, try of medicants and beggars. Take a

do; the more busy we are the more Oviedo; J. T. McLain, Geneva; L. P. concrete example; one of the million-
leisure we have.-Hazlitt. Hagan, Paola and F. L. Woodruff aires of the day conceived that an and "
o Sanford. easy and convenient way of ridding x i Iitft41 (

If a man doesn't profit by his mis- For Treasurer: J. B. Jones, Ovie- himself of some of his useless and

takes, somebody else will make all do. burdensome millions and at the same Evening __
the more out of them. time exalting himself would be the
For Tax Collector, W. R. Healy,
o Longwood. giving away of public library build

Little things in poultry keeping are I I For County Judge. Capt. B. F. Whit- ings. They are always distinguishedby o Wear
like pieces of lead; they weigh more having his name attached to them. !
ner.For These libraries have been constructedin
than think they will.
you Clerk of Court, E. A. (Better
i cities and towns without numberall
o known as Lige,) Douglass, Oviedo.
Nor would there be over the country. These municipalities -
so many argu- For Sheriff: Two candididates, Char- ,
ments if more people always knew ley Hand and W. W. Brady. have made themselves the objects -
of charity., and more of them
what they were talking about.
For Superintendent Public Instruc- -
are begging for large favors. Any Our Personal Guarantee
o tion: Tilden Jacobs, Chuluota and N.
For one man whose religion is sane J. Perkins. self-respecting community should be

there are a hundred whose piety The Sentinel has no notion of inter- ashamed to accept charity of this kind Accompanies Every Pair
comes in the form of under any circumstances. Much more
spasms.So fering in any way with the politicsof
o should they refuse to accept it as
Seminole but
county, knowing
patriotic is the citizen coming from such a source. As a
average Charley Hand as we do, we can not
that he will not express even an opin- refrain from saying a good word for matter of simple justice and right, the

ion, preferring to send it by parcel him. He is a mighty good man and money thus accumulated belongs not Marion B. Ives
post to the dispenser of these charities, but
would make a mighty good sheriff.If .
to the men, women and children whose
o
Charley Hand is made sheriff of
We overheard a man call his underpaid toil accumulated the fund.
young Seminole, the new county will not need
best girl a bird. The only thing about "We are asked to enact a law that
apologize to anybody for that officer. *
her that was like a bird was that she will, to a great extent, vest in the EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

was pigeon-toed. I ORLANDO BAND Rockefeller Foundation the power to
0 I educate and direct the sentiment of

The pictures of former President' I! the people of the country, as it may Second Floorof
Diaz have returned to style in Mexico Orlando wants a band-needs a see fit, with money accumulated by
Fashions seem to change there as band. The Municipal League has criminal means. In other words, we
well as in Paris. been working up interest and finally are proposing to "farm out" to JohnD.
o found an experienced band leader in Rockefeller and his associates, the

"Leap year," says an Eastern pa- a man by the name of Starkey, who right and power to educate the people first class and reliable contractorswho I

per, "proved to be fruitful." And came to Orlando last November with of the country. The extent to which ought to go in on this job and it

doubttless, there were a few lemonsas the intentions of spending the winter, this may be carried out is practically is to be hoped that more local bids
well as peaches.Our but, like many others, fell1 in love unlimited. The corporations and in- will be in next trip. AUTOMOBILE
o with the place and concluded to stay. stitutions of learning which may be

idea of a model wife is the Mr. Starkey seems to possess the established throughout the country in CHOO CHOO CARS ON THE WING
one who thinks she ought to buy a qualities of a band leader and at the the hands of people who will be sub-

milch cow with the money her hus- instance of Dr. J. C. Howell, went be- servient to the interests and views of Trust the citizens of Orlando to BULLETINThese

band is saving for an automobile. fore the Board of Trade, the financial Mr. Rockefeller and associates are get right on any matter of public interest -

a body. of Orlando, Monday night and without number or limitation. that comes up to them. After
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When a little girl dresses grandma made a statement of what he pro "We do not want our children to seeing a practical demonstration of a

up in girlish togs, she looks an angel. posed and laid a proposition before I be taught the ways nor the methodsof ridiculous law, Mayor Reynolds and
But when grandma seeks to look girlish the Board for consideration. The' John D. Rockefeller, or his kind, the City Council got busy and trainsare are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

by girlish attire, she looks silly. matter is looked upon with favor and nor to be generous with ill-gotten now run through Orlando on a guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped -

0- the Board of Trade will endeavor to gains, nor to touch, handle, or profit sensible schedule. It is safe to say that and ready to run. .
get favorable action. by gold that should blister the fingers that demonstration is not without its
To cure insomnia: Attend popular Mr. Starkey's idea is organize the : of the man who has accumulatedby effect It will show the people the

lectures every night fo'rone week. If young musicians of the city and thor- extortion, oppression and crime effects of foolish laws and ai the same

that fails, attend concerts for charity oughly drill them in band music. He and is now attemptng to rid himselfof time, will make the railroad com- 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger -

every night for a second week. If that says that the old band members are it by giving it away, nor to become panies more considerate in the opera-
:fails you'll have nervous prostrationand I nearly all busy men and have not the the receivers of stolen goods in the tion of their trains, having a due regard extra tire and rim. Hartford shock

the doctor can treat you for that.I time or patience of the boys and that name and under the guise of charity." for life and property.All absorbers
-o boys can be made to apply ,them-i the city officials expect of the etc. $600.00

You perhaps noticed that immediately -' selves more closely to music as a rule' SCHOOL BIDS REJECTEDThe railroad companies is due care and
after the "missing" Memphis than men.Orlando. :\ dilligence and this they have a rightto

broker turned out to be a forger, the has many boys from 15 to City Board of Education met expect There are but few matters 1 1910 Cadillac four-passenger, fully
newspapers took extra pains to cut 18 with decided musical ability, manyof that can not be worked out satisfac-
in the office of Mr. L. Roy B. Giles
out a little bit of his notoriety by whom have already had a good last night and opened the bids put in tory with the men higher up. equipped, $600.00. t
consigning London cable messagesto musical training and it would not take for the construtcion of a new school It is fortunate that such is the case.
the inside pages. long to have a first class band in Or-
lando. building, including the plumbing and 1 Model 10 Buick
o heating. After carefully canvasingall NEW CADILLACFor repainted and re

The women will listen to a mis- bids, all were rejected as none of sale at a bargain. Completely built $300.00.San
sionary tell how the Chinese women AT'THE FAVORITE TODAY them came within the appropriation. equipped. Electric lights and elec- .

bind their feet to make them smaller Consequently, all bids were locked up tric starter. Seat covers, bumper,
and will grow highly indignant A wonderful production of Vivian in Mr. Giles' safe and no information -' trunk rack, electric horn, speedometer -
over the blindness of the poor hea- Prescott in "Leah, the Forsaken," in':I will be given out concerning them Clock, windshield, silk mohair

then. Then they wil go home and three reels. A great feature. Do not and new bids will be asked for, to be top, nickel plated trimmings throughout -
get out of their straight fronts and miss itThe in by the 15th of this month. Extra tire and tire cover. Reason -i Juan GarageSl

spend a 'ha1C hour powdering the price is right, The board was very much disap- for selling: have no further use

welts and bruises around the cinch So come out tonight-Five centsto pointed that there were not more local -'I.for car. Address box No. 568, City. I
line caused by the tight corsets. all. Open 2to5and7to10p.m. bidders. Orlando has a number 5-7 tf,
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STORE OF SATISFACTIONSatisfaction Material of Voiles, Panamas, San Toys, Wide Wale Chev and Floral designs. 27 inch goods, 50c and 75c and in 45-inch

iots, Wool Taffetas, Whipcords, and Suiting Serges, in Colorgoods, $1.00 and $1.25.SWISS .
to our customers, as they get goods that are T'
of Fawn Cadet Brown .
jugs Gray, ALL OVER EMBROIDERY
seasonable and Satisfaction to ourselves,
:perfect, reliable and ; range from $3.50 to $10.00
in buying and selling only goods of absolutely FIRST CHOICE New designs and new effects, prices 60, 75 and $1.00 the

CHARACTER. CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN AND EMBROIDERY yard. Also All over Laces, in prices from 50c to $2.50 the
yard. F
We buy nothing of a JOB nature, as JOBS always con. DRESSES

silt of one of three things, (Last season's bad sellers, imperfect STRAW HATS FOR MEN

goods, or unseasonable cleanups) and sometimes, they In very handsome new Embroidery Designs, with the Our collection will bear comparison with any line in. the

embody all three in one article. We take pride in offering only new Pleated Skirt Effects. The shipment just to hand includes State.

the most dependable goods to our customers, and we know the all sizes from six months, to 14 years, and prices ranges from Newest shapes and blocks, in straws $1.00 to $3.00 i

prices are right. 50c to $3.00 a garment. Genuine Panamas, $5.00:() to $10.00 in all shapes.

Also a large line of Children's hats in Straws, Felts,

We have Just received a large shipment of NEW SWISS EMBROIDERED FLOtfNCINGS Linens, Gliria, etc. Prices range from 25c to $1.25. .
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I Mr. J. B. Jones, of Oviedo and G'I Mr. J. H. Lee, of Oviedo, Seminole Hon. Thomas M. Palmer, of Tampa,, A GREAT ORANGE GROVE

Ik I M. Jones, of Chuluota, were among. county, Florida, was in Orlando yes- was in Orlando yesterday on business.Mr. .

the out-of-town guests yesterday. terday smiling as usual and taking a Palmer was at one time State I II Mr. J. T. Watkins has sold his crop

THE TUNER I philosophical view of the situation. i I Senator and is one of the most prominent -i of late Valencia oranges on his mag-

ORLANDO.FLA.Mrs. Mr. H. C. Cushman, a business man lawyers in the State. He is I nificent Arcadia grove to Mr. S. J.
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of New Orleans, is transacting bus- Fine Florida Favorite water melonsare a great admirer of Orlando. I Sligh as four dollars a box on the tree

iness in Orlando for a few days. in the market at one dollar each.I I and it is believed that the crop will AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.
I
They are not being served at twen-I i Mr. L. Pike, a member of the bring the Colonel $12,000.Mr. L. Murray
coun-I
P. W. McAdow, of Punta Gordais 1 Mr. 0. R. Teague, trainmaster of ty-five cent restaurants at that price.I ty Executive Committee Sligh is one of the big Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 612

a guest in the city. i I the S. A. L. R. R., with headquartersin Ridge, was in Orlando yesterday en pers of the State and is one SbiP-1 I

I Tampa, was in the city last night. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Miller, who route to Miami, where he will be Until men who pays the grower liberal NEW AUTOMOBILE :
Mr. H. M. Smith, of Plymouth, was have been living at the corner of Concord :-I Friday, returning here in time for prices. I I i
business. i
in Orlando yesterday on Mrs. William Brittain was operatedon and Amelia avenues, have goneto i the Committee meeting of Saturday. Cost $2200. Will trade for house

Marshall of for appendicitis at the Christ San- their northern home at New Buf- THE BIG RED TOMATOMr. I and lot or good lot to build on. This
J. C. ,
Dr. and Mrs. itarium yesterday and. is reported as falo, Mich.P. I J. R. Sage, who has been an hon- car is equipped with electric lights
Oviedo, were in the city yesterday. I
resting easy. ored winter resident of this city for S. J. will ;and electric starter
I i I Sligh begin picking seat covers, bump.
of Cocoanut II I J. Ward and wife, who have several years, bade adieu to his Orlando tomatoes tomorrow from his one hun- er, trunk rack, electric horn, speed
E. N. Schuyler, j
Mr. is in the business. j I I Mrs. W. L. Palmer deturned last spent the winter in the city, have purchased -I]I I friends yesterday and departed dred-acre patch and Saturday, will ometer, clock, windshield, silk mohair
Grove, city on night from Atlanta, where she has a lot and let a contract for a for his home in DesMoines, Iowa. The start a car for Portland, Oregon. The top, nickel trimmings throughout. Ex-

Mrs. H. C. Miller and Ida C. have!I enjoyed the Grand Opera, with other house and Returned to their home inI I I|Sentinel! will be a weekly visitor to tomatoes are of a fine quality and all tra tire, tube and tire cover. Rea-
'
left for their home in Denver, Col. I I Orlandoites. Lincoln, Neb. I him. that is necessary to make a mammoth son for selling: have no further use

!I crop is an occasional rain while theyare for car. Address box No. 568, City.
I I Mr. M. B. Craig, a traveling salesman Mr. Ira J. Johnson, of Jacksonville, Mrs. S. A. Robinson and daughter, maturing.He .
5-7 tf
Rev. J. H. Weddell, of Lakeland,, '!
I of Sharp & Dohm, of Baltimore, representing the Cable Piano Com- Miss Claire, leave tomorrow for Tal- also has a good crop of melons
here ]
of the visitors yesterday. '
was one I I was in the city yesterday looking pany, was in the city on business yes- : lahassee, where they will spend about coming on. Mr. Sligh is a grower anda WANTED-Position in Drug Store
over his trade. terday. Mr. Johnston was a former i three weeks with Representative Robinson -
shipper of both fruits
B. Browning, one of Oyiedo's I( and vegeta- by an experienced young man as
Capt. i Orlando boy. '.! studying the workings of the bles. soda dispenser of front store man.
substantial citizens, was in Orlando r Mr. J. W. Hicks, a prominent con- law makers and enjoying Capital City j Can furnish good references. Applyat
!! I I Sentinel office.
| yesterday.Mr. :tractor, of Lakeland, is in Orlando. Mr. E. Lamar Sparkman, son of society. I j jj I APOPKA NEWS 5-5-3t

I I Mr. Hicks was a bidder on the new Congressman Sparkman, is in the city. : I
T. E. Rentin, of Pittsburg, is in .
school building. f' Mr. Sparkman is a prominent attor- i j: J. W. Matchett, one of the crack i i Money to loan on improved prop-
the for few : ] The issue of the Apopka News
[ city a days transacting I" ney of Tampa and is in attendanceon gardeners of Pine Castle, was in Orlando erty. S. Y. WAY.
I business. and Orange County Advocate is on our
j jMr. I|I J. D. Doliver, who has spent the Circuit Court. !i yesterday delivering a fine qual'ity i' table and
we congratulate Editor
winter in Orlando and vicinity, left I i': of Florida peaches and guavas. For Sheriff.
and Mrs. S. E. Lesher have left i Byars upon his effort and Apopka
I' last night for his home in North Da I Joseph Reinig, a good husky dutch- :1 j It is a cold day in Florida when Pine The Sentinel is requested to announce
I Orlando for their former home in! I citizens upon their good fortune in I
that A. Y. Fuller will be
kota. man, from New York State, is in the Castle doesn't have fresh fruit of an
[Caledonia, Ohio. I I having a newspaper again. A news- applicant for Sheriff when the Orange
after kind for the market.
city looking building material some '
I is County Democratic Executive Com-
paper essential in the development
Mr. C. J. Robinson, a prominentfruit for a house near Taft where he is _____ |I mittee meets to fill the
Messrs. W. A. and Wm. Beckholt,I I of any town and in the advancing of vacancy.
(I dealer of Thomasville, Ga., was preparing to engage in farming. |I I Mr. R. M. Hughes, of Bartow, was 4 I business 5-3 tf
I have left Orlando for their home in interests. We wish the new -
in Orlando yesterday transacting bus- I i I in Orlando yesterday Mr. Hughes
[Mt. Vernon, Ohio. II I,I i enterprise abundant success.
I iness. The many friends of Miss Evelyn has secured a large contract at Chul I For Sheriff.I .

Spencer rejoice over the complete suc- uota and will in a few days have a |I I am a candidate for Sheriff of Orange

:Mr. Henry W. Bishop, of Eustis,I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jarley, who have cess of her recent operation for appendicitis large force of men at work. The !: PASSED INTO HISTORY the Democratic county, subject .to the action of
I Executive
Committee
_
I is among the out-of-town businessmen ; been winter guests in this city, left her condition continueing I Weekly Sentinel will keep him informed ( which meets in Orlando, Saturday,,
I '!
I in Orlando today. yesterday for their home in London, in every way favorable for rapid re- of the world's happening's. i Altamonte Springs, :May 4th.-The May 10th, 1913.
I Canada. covery.St. successful tourist season of 1912-3 has CHAS E. McDOWELL.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taggart, who Mr. R. M. Curtis left yesterday for I[! passed into. history at Altamonte

[have been guests at the Melrose, have I J. B. Limeson, of Chicago, is spending Cecelia's Guild will give a reception Orlando, where he began this morningthe I Springs.Mr. For Sheriff.I .

returned to Denver, Col. a few days in the city, looking for Dean and Mrs. Sherrod at duties of his new position with the and Mrs. S. Maxwell McIntyre I I date hereby announce myself a candi
for
the office of Sheriff of
I over investments which he made abouta Bishopstead, Thursday evening, May People's National Bank of that city. and Mr. Kellog, Mrs. McIntyre's father county, Florida, subject to the Orange actionof

Miss Charlotte Conrius has been in year ago. 8th, from 8 to 10, to which the mem- Mr: Curtis leaves many friends here leave on the midnight train for the Democratic Executive meeting

|the city for several months, has returned bers of the Cathedral parish and the whom he will visit as often as oppor- their New York home, stopping a few Saturday, May 10th, 1913.J. .

to Amityville, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Katy, of general public are invited. tunity presents.-Ocala Evening Star. days en route at Washington, D. C., -. F. HARRIS.
end Philadelphia, Pa.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, are spend- For Sheriff.
Mr. D. B. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Ned Marshall an annual winter
M.D
Sphaler and H. C. Ham- Hutchens, who
Mrs. A. E. Gibson, mother of Mrs. ing a few days in Orlando before The undersigned will submit his
eorge R. Newell, leaves tonight for starting home.Postmaster mond, of Taft, were in Orlando yes- have a beautiful home at 12 East Con- resident, left on May first for his name for Sheriff of Orange county

her home in Washington, D. C. terday. Mr. Hammond will move to cord avenue, bade adieu to their many northern home. to the Democratic Executive Committee -
Winter Home on big Sand Lake this Orlando friends last night and will :Mr. Marshal was in poor health at their meeting, Saturday, May
A. B. Johnson, of Winter 10th. W. CHAPblAN.I .
week, where he will spend the sum- leave today for Hendersonville, N. C., and has spent most of the winter ina \ ,
With peaches, black-berries and I Home, spent a few days with his
Sanitarium in
mer and between fishing and beautifying wherethey have a nice summer home. Orlando and has been
II
uckle-berries in the market Orlan- mother who is
temporarily sojourn-
his beautiful home site over- Their friends will anxiously await I a great sufferer, but under the physi-
oites are not suffering for fruit. ing in this city.Subscribe .
looking the lake, he will be kept busy. their return this fall. cians skilful treatment, so far recovered Paul A. Horn
that he has spent a few weeks in

Subscribe for the Sentinel. for the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel. Read the Sentinel ads for profit his Altamonte home. I

The sudden and unexpected death of CONTRACTOR and BUILDER

Sheriff J. A. Kirkwood, was a great
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who held him in high esteem.N. .
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H. FOGG.. I I Orlando Fla.

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How a doctor worked up a practice. The story is new and
Pictures Changed Daily.
shows a fresh corner of experience. The doctor is played; by PALM BEACH CLOJHING IN

I Maurice Costello.
NIFTY NORFOLKS
I and SACKS
FIRST SHOW, / 7:15 P.M i! .

THE PERFIDY OF MARY..Drama . Biograph
SECOND SHOW, 8il5 P.M
: The story is cleverly set forth and artistically told and will

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Watch for our DAYTON FLOOD picture, coming soon. THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS


i Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, 3:30: p.m. I

Agents Dunlap Hats

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returned from-Day ...,.
has
NEWS LETTER the President, ;q
ton, Ohio, where he has in charge of
sanitary measures since the flood of
Washington, May 1.-The general last month. He reports the recon- R Have Vacate this Month
debate on the tariff bill has ended. In
struction work well under way.
Representative Dupre is the first
--- --
about uo'months Dayton will celebrate -
Democrat to announce that he will
it rehabilitation and Major

oppose the bill. Rhodes will be the guest of honor. Am Offering Men and Boys' Pants
He will vote against it on accountof ,

its free sugar provision.An COLORED PHILOSOPHERS Hats Caps Etc at Half Price
important provision of the bill ,

imposes an additional special duty of
Several Orlando citizens heard an
15 per cent.'on all articles which for- interesting dialogue between two Any three ties in the house for $1.00 '
eign manufacturers sell to importersin
colored men from Sanford by the
this at prices lower than in
country

the country of production. European !they name were'of Cook waiting and for Henderson No. 80 at while the A Vacation Hint I, II, Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose

nations are already complaining
against this provision because it pre- depot yesterday.The Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 pairs for $1,00HICLRKROBERTSON.
conversation ran about tl sway
vents their control of the American for this or that summer resort,
market.The : "You would never heard of come in and look at our MidSummer -
division if Charley Hand and -- -
county
most comprehensive measure Woolen line and let us makea
Geo. DeCottes had got office." "0,
yet framed for regulating cool Summer Outing Suit for
tions is found in the bill prepared corpora-by yes you would. Lige Duglass, he
Senator Cummins. It provides thatno want office and till he and the other you.We make a specialty of Nor- L f T

corporation shall engage in inter- fellows who want office get what dey folks and will be pleased to ,
want they be fightin all the time. show few of latest _
you a our
state if it does of the
commerce any You can't fool dis nigger, the fight is t [ models. -
:.
things prohibited by law. Stock ow- I I'I'Men's li' ifc ;"
begun now.
just
nership in other corporations, are FI
: the third coloredman
prohibited. i At this juncture Fashion Shop :
evidently an Orlando man, MtllilMliMIIIIIMIMMiilHIimilMMIIillllliM
According to a decision of the Su-
stepped in and took part in the con- Hand Building II :
preme Court, widows and'relatives of
versation and it was plain that the Cor. Church and Orange Orlando I :
bankrupts are entitled to continue life .
colored men had sized up the 'situa- THE MARKETOf
insurance policies in their favor 1
on ,
tion about as clearly as the rest of us, us i
the lives.of bankrupts. Only the cash
and that some of the committee of
surrender value of such policies
can
one hundred and fifty had been too -
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go to trustees for the benefit of cred- Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
free with talk in the presence of colored -'BUSINESS BOOSTERS ,
itors. By another ruling of the same men. CLASSIFIED HtllMHIMimiMMIII

court, creditors of corporations can- I Business Boosters (classified advertisements '
not be left "holding the bag," and lose ) received after 10 o'clock, : AND SALT MEATS
their rights by reorganization of the CONCRETE ON THE FARM midnight, will be run in the "Too Late I

debtor companies. As in the last 20 Concrete has come into such generaluse to Boosters Classify"of column five lines: or less-ap- I: THE ONf: CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME

years a number of corporations, most- that it has come to be almost in- proximately 30 words-one time, 25 '
ly railroads, have-been absolved from dispensible on the farm and in ma- cents; three times 50 ; one week I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
carrying out onerous contracts and chanics alike. (six daily and one. wkly editions) : EVERYBODY LIKES
$1.00; one month, $3.00. Everything screened from the flies and fresh
: kept
paying for,material and labor, the restriction All writers on the subject of pop- away ,

of'these old obligations may ular mechanics recognize 'cement as FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger : and pure.

amount to an enormous sum. The a fundamental material. AH farmers touring car. Large and roomy.I I I

rights creditors, of course, dependon make extensive use of it now. 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. BAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

their ability to prove their claims. Twenty years ago, one scarcely BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
_
The Secretary of Commerce and La- heard of cement excepting in connec- suburb in east part of the city. Carl _' _

bor recently stated that the money tion with cistern making, but now Jensen.

value of of manufactured we see it used in buildings of all
exports OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKETH.
products from the United States has kinds, from poultry-houses to the skyscraper to the Northeast of the city andI Get the best cigar at five. !
increased approximately $500,000 office building. A sidewalkor still have some choice lots there.
day in comparison with last It a I a stable floor is made right on the Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you
year. want to smoke-judge for M. Self & Co.
made cheaper and better than .
is shown that in trade and commer- spot, WANTED position as manager, yourself.
cial conditions the United States is of brick. caretaker and collector for non-
gaining much more rapidly than for- The claim that such a floor would resident property owners. By man of
18.20 PINE STREET
in experience who can give it close at-
eign countries. save its cost in ten years manure
tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel -
Wiliam J. Bryan, has been sent by alone is well sustained by hundredsof 4- Made in Orlando and sold
President Wilson to confer with the farmers. For the body or bottomof by all dealers. Phone No. 80
FOR SALE-New house
seven-roon ,
Governor and Legislature of Califor- such work Portland cement costing with all modern improvements.

nia over the contemplated land from about $2.60 per barrel is used with 3000. Will take automobile in part MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiIn

acquiring lands. Reports received are eight parts finely broken stone to one pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. iHIMMMIMIiilMMIMI
of cement. For the top or finishing --
not encouraging, yet it is believed thata part WANTED business partner in a -
solution will be reached. coat, one part cement to two of manufacturing business with well
Representative Sisson of Mississippi -I clean gravel is the correct proportion. established trade. Need more capital
in a tariff speech, declared himselfin Many failures are due to the fact and will take partner or will make a
that the gravel used has been mixed with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME TO New
favor of the California anti-alien 000 capita Plant up to date and in QuartersWe
land law, and resented the efforts of with loam or earth, and the best .,excellent condition. Address Manu-
Japan to force this country to submitto authorities agree that a successful job facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf ROYAL PALM

her demands. cannot be made unless clean gravel is
FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon
Judge George E. Downsey of Indiana used. Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. BARBER SHOP

will be Comptroller of the trea- are now located in the new Hyer
The Times-Union "The FOR-The Methodist church to the Modern and Complete.
sury to succeed Robert J. Tracewell. says: gen-

This is one of the most important eral planning for the Sovereign Camp,I. SALE highest cepted to bidder.May Sealed 6th, 12 bids o'clock ac-I Everything new, individual & Davis building on Church street.

positions in the gift of the President, Woodmen of the World, which will be noon. F. A. CURTIS. electric attachments at
every
as the Comptroller has final say as to held here between June 10 and 20, 4-29 6tESTRAYI chair. No atone has been left We are better prepared to fil all your

expending all federal appropriations.Even crystalized yesterday in practically a have taken up as an unturned to make this shop in theHABDWABE
the President cannot interfere completed program and the indications estray one Dunn Cow with few meet th erequirements of the wants

with his dicision as to the purpose to are that the big session will white spots. Crop upper and under most particular. Plenty of
bit, in one ear bolt in the other
; crop
which the government funds shall be be one of the greatest fraternal gath- ear. Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, room. Courteous attendants. LINE
applied. erings ever held in the Southern Pine Castle, Fla. tf
--
At the opening of the third horse States. The Sovereign Camp will\ ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

show at Fort Meyer, Va., one of the bring between 500 and 600 delegates, FOR RENT-Four room cottage furnished Proprietor.Orange I
most fashionable gatherings of of- including the Pacific and Canadian Concord Park, one block I: Ave., Orlando, Fla. I: THE
rom Orange Ave. $10.00 per month. I, I
ficials and society, Corporal King of jurisdiction, and on June 17, if pres- Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave. I,
the 15th Cavalry, narrowly escaped ent plans materialize, there will also! Apr.27 May4-ll i HELMS HARDWARE
serious injury. His horse stumbled be thousands of the order's members
,
VANTED A for child two
nurse a
on a hurdle while doing "in-and-out here from all over the State, this be- .
old
years elderly woman preferred.Call
on the of the most difficult of jumps. ing "Florida Day," of the big meet- at No. 11, Broadway. 5.14t : COMPANY

Major T. L. Rhodes, military aid to I ing." ..
I WANTED TO CHANGE-68 acres of When you want any of the t'ntllliMIMIitttllltllllMimiMMMtHtitiiiMH*
land V mile from railroad station,
in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price EMERGENCY SUPPUES '
!
$6,500, encumbered for $1000. Want
good orange and grapefruit grove, mentioned I, UlillllHIIIIIMIMMItlllttllMIMIIiliiititlttitlKeep
IT PAYS: TO BUY OUR KINDWE good buildings in Central or South JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook ::
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have I,
other properties will exchange and I''
will assume. Address, Box 427, Cool !
HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF -30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo.


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,:FRANK HYERS ofFirst

: ::! Manufacturer of Artificial

SpringClothing I | Stone Ornamental, Fancy Columns Work and Aid :. Fireless CookersAND


.
Livingston and RailroadIt .

".. .._n_"" u_ ,_,NI P I i here is the place to get .
them. Call or 'phone. :

is now almost an assured fact I .I ELECTRIC FANSTO

that a department of domestic science
and manual training will be installed .I 1 DeLaney I Drug Co. !
Ever shown. This stock includes :
in the Orlando High School next
KEEP COOL WITH
REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $tOO, term. Orange Avenue, :

$4.50.It I ,

will be a pleasure to show A French-Belgium-German syndi- I II I' [ELECTRIC[ IRONS s AND( TDAS.TENS[

you the difference between our cate, with some $12,500,000 to invest, GOOD WORK MULES -
has its representative in Tampa, to
goods and others you may see. secure certain accessions, which, if
FOR COMFORTThePIERCE
We are behind every piece of allowed, will result in the investmentof
For Sale by
merchandise we sell and same much money in three manufacturing -

must give you satisfaction. city enterprises and in the which State-a are new textile to that fac- H. G. HarperSouth

See our stock of STRAW tory, a shoe factory, and a glass fac- E ELECTRIC T L COIIflc.[

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEARETC. tory. Hughy St. Phone 53! ,

., -
Although her patch of cow-peas is HAND BUILDLNG4iMMMMMHMMIIMMIHIM
-- only fifty feet square, Mrs. Annie Hauling of all kinds, and plow-

Kennedy gathered, at the first pick ing carefully looked after. <
ing this season, four bushels of the
Brown & LartigueORANGE fine peas snapped and green shelled.1 -

At the next picking she will have five GIVE US A TRIALSubscn"be


AVE. or Kennedy got six a fair bushels sold price,her it for peas is them.-Biscayne believed.in town Mrs and P Patr uize Seu1e1 l A Aver1iers d' "f::.

for the Sentinel. :
Note in Miami Metropolis. l'WASIIINGTON

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A '
NEWS LETTER the President,has returned from Dayton ,"uc
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Ohio, where he has in.charge of

sanitary measures since the flood of
Washington, May 1.-The general last month. He reports the reconstruction r.4p Have Vacate this Month
debate on the tariff bill has ended.
work well under way. In p
is the first g i .
Representative_ Dupre -
about two months Dayton will celebrate -
Democrat to announce that he will
it rehabilitation and Major

oppose the bill. Rhode will be the guest of honor. Am Offering Men and Boys' Pants:.
He will vote against it on accountof
ffifea--JlPw S r
its free sugar provision.An COLORED PHILOSOPHERS Hats Caps Etc at Half Price
important provision of the bill ;,
.
imposes an additional special duty of .
Several Orlando citizens heard an
15 per cent. on all articles which for interesting dialogue between two Any three ties in the house (for $1.00
eign manufacturers sell to importersin
colored men from Sanford by the I
this country at prices lower than in
'
the country of production. European name of Cook and Henderson while: A Vacation Hint Hose
they were waiting for No. 80 at the: Lord & Taylor's Silk Half
nations are already complaining II
against this provision because it pre- depot yesterday.The Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 pairs for $1.00.
conversation ran about this *
for this that >
vents their control of the American or summer resort, :
market.The way: "You would never heard of come in and look at our MidSummer
division if Charley Hand and I -- -
most comprehensive measure county Woolen line and let us make
framed for regulating Geo. DeCottes had got office." "0, a cool Summer Outing Suit for A


yet tions Senator corporation is found Cummins.in shall the It engage bill provides prepared in corpora-inter-thatno by fellows want yes you office who would.and want till office Lige he all and get Duglass the the what other time.,dey he 11 I you.We folks make and a will specialty be pleased of Nor-to I C l A R K RU B E R T S 0 N


want they be fightin show few of latest
you a our
,
state commerce if it does of the
any
You can't fool dis nigger, the fight is I models.Men's .J -
things prohibited by law. SUck ow- ( (tL m mJ
just begun now.
nership in other corporations, arellrot.i
{tAccording, At this jjHtttare the third colored Fashion ShopHand
Orlando "
man, evidently an man iiiiiiHmiiiiiimiMnmiiiiiiiiiiiiniimTHE
to a decision of the Su-
stepped in and took part in the con- Building itBUSINESS i '
preme Court, widows and relatives of
versation and it was plain that the Cor. Church and Orange Orlando I \
entitled continue life
bankrupts
are to
colored men had sized up the, 'situa- MARKET
insurance policies in their favor on tion about as clearly as the rest of us, !I I I iI fl I! ,
the lives.of bankrupts. Only the cash _
and that some of the committee of
surrender value of such
policies
can hundred and fifty had been too
one -- ---- --- -- -- --
go to trustees for the benefit of cred- Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
free with talk in the presence of col- BOOSTERS
itors. By another ruling of the same CLASSIFIED HIIIIIHIMMMM
ored men.
court, creditors of corporations can- Business Boosters (classified adver

not be left "holding the bag," and lose tisements) received after 10 o'clock, AND SALT MEATS r,
their rights by reorganization of the CONCRETE ON THE FARM 'midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto n

debtor companies. As in the last 20 Concrete has come into such generaluse Boosters Classify"of column.five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME .)

years a number of corporations, most- that it has come to be almost in- 30 words-one time, 25
ly railroads, have-been absolved from dispensible on the farm and in ma- cents; three times 50 ; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
chanics alike. (six daily and one. weekly editions)
carrying out onerous contracts and EVERYBODY LIKES
$1.00; one month, $3.00. Everything screened from the flies and kept fresh
paying for material and labor, the restriction All writers on the subject of pop- away ,

of'these old obligations may ular mechanics recognize cement asa FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.

amount to ,an enormous sum. The fundamental material. All farmers touring car. Large and roomy. .

rights creditors, of course, dependon make extensive use of it now. 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY BAWLEY'sSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

their ability to prove their claims. Twenty years ago, one scarcely a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
___ _
The Secretary of Commerce and La- heard of cement excepting in connec- suburb in east part of the city. Carl _

bor recently stated that the money: tion with cistern making, but now Jensen. _-

value of exports of manufactured' we see it used in buildings of all I
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKET
products from the United States has, kinds, from poultry-houses to the sky- to the Northeast of the city and Get the best ,
cigar at
five
increased approximately $500,000 a'' scraper office building. A sidewalkor I[ still have some choice lots there.
cents the
next time
day in comparison with last It a stable floor is made right on the Carl Jensen. you
year. want to smoke-judge for H. M. Self & Co.
is shown that in trade and commer- spot, made cheaper and better than WANTED position as manager, : yourself.

cial conditions the United States is of brick. caretaker and collector for non- .

gaining much more rapidly than for- The claim that such a floor would resident property owners. By man of :
18.20 PINE STREET
who it close at-
eign countries. save its cost in ten years in manure experience can give .
tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel I
Wiliam J. Bryan, has been sent by alone is well sustained by hundredsof 4- : Made in Orlando and sold

President Wilson to confer with the farmers. For the body or bottomof : by all dealers Phone No. 80'niMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllMIIHIIIIItill
FOR SALE-New house
seven-roon ,
such work Portland cement costing
Governor and Legislature of California with all modern improvements. t
over the contemplated land from about $2.60 per barrel is used with 3000. Win take automobile in part : '

acquiring lands. Reports received are eight parts finely broken stone to one pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. IMIMMMMMIMIMMMI

not encouraging, yet it is believed thata part of cement. For the top or finish- WANTED business partner in a -- --- -- -

solution will be reached. ing coat, one part cement to two of manufacturing business with well iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiHiimiiii

Representative Sisson of Mississippi clean gravel is the correct proportion. established trade. Need more capital

in a tariff speech, declared himselfin Many failures are due to the fact and will take partner or will make a
that the gravel used has been mixed stock company with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME TO In New
favor of the California anti-alien 000 capital. Plant up to date and in Quarters
land law, and resented the efforts of with loam or earth, and the best excellent condition. Address Manu-

Japan to force this country to submitto authorities agree that a successful job facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf [I ROYAL PALM

her demands. cannot be made unless clean gravel is
FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon
Judge George E. Downsey of In- used. Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Enox. BARBER SHOP

diana, will be Comptroller of the trea- We are now located in the new Hyer

sury to succeed Robert J. Tracewell The Times-Union says: "The general FOR-The Methodist church to the Modem and Complete.

This is one of the most importan planning for the Sovereign Camp, SALE highest cepted to bidder.May Sealed 6th, 12 bids o'clock ac- Everything new, individual & Davis building on Church street.

positions in the gift of the President,, Woodmen of the World, which will beheld noon. F. A. CURTIS. electric attachments at every
here between June 10 and 20, 4-29 6tESTRAYI We are better prepared to fit all
as the Comptroller.. has. final say as. texpending o I chair. No atone has been left your
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all federal appropriationsEven crystalized yesterday in practically a have taken up as an I untamed to make this shop in theHABDWABE
the President cannot interfere completed program and the indications estray one Dunn Cow with few meet th erequirements of the wants

with his dicision as to the purpose to are that the big session will white spots. Crop upper and under most particular. Plenty of
f bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other
which the government funds shall be be one of the greatest fraternal gath- ear. Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, room. Courteous- attendants.- LINE

applied.At erings ever held in the Southern Pine Castle, Fla. tf
ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
the opening of the third horse States. The Sovereign Camp will

show at Fort Meyer, Va., one of the bring between 500 and 600 delegates, FOR RENT-Four room cottage furnished Proprietor. i: U

most fashionable gatherings of of- including the Pacific and Canadian fc Concord Park, one block Orange Are., Orlando, Fla. :: THE
rom Orange Ave. $10.00 per month.
ficials and society, Corporal King of jurisdiction, and on June 17, if pres- Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave.

the 15th Cavalry, narrowly escaped ent plans materialize, there will also Apr.27 May4-ll HELMS HARDWARE

serious injury. His horse stumbledon be thousands of the order's members
I WANTED for child two
a hurdle while doing "in-and-out here from all over the State, this being old nurse a .
years elderly woman preferred.Call
on the of the most difficult of jumps. "Florida Day," of the big meet- at No. 11, Broadway. 5-14t COMPANYitllHtlilillMMIIMIHtliitlHtlllllltMMIIIIIilt

Major T. L. Rhodes, military aid to I ing." I

I WANTED TO CHANGE-68 acres of When you want any of the 4
I land Yt mile from railroad station,
in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price EMERGENCY SUPPLIES II!
$6,500, encumbered for $1000. Want
good orange and grapefruit grove, mentioned in HitftiillllHMIilllitMHHIMilililMIMMMMMIKeep

IT PATO. BUY OUR KINDWE good buildings in Central or South JOHNSON &JOHNSON.SHandbook
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have
other properties will exchange and
will assume. Address, Box 427, Cool j
HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF 4-30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo.


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SpringClothing ,I: !\ Manufacturer Stone Ornamental, Fancy Columns of Work Artificial and Aid ;. Fireless CookersAND


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I Livingston and Railroad .

!!Jt'i.l: ,._o._,. ."._"" ;_'._.....nJ11\11ii11 I here is the place to get :
them. Call or 'phone. :

It is now almost an assured fact II ELECTRIC FANSTO

that a department of domestic science

and manual training will be installed DeLaney Drug Co.
Ever shown. This stock includes
in the Orlando High School next
; KEEP COOL WITH
REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $tOO, term. Orange Avenue, :

450. j I I

It will be a pleasure to show A French-Belgium- German syndicate I' [ELECTRIC l[ I IKONS s AND. TQASIERS

you the difference between our with some $12,500,000 to invest, GOOD WORK MULES -
has its representative in Tampa, to
goods and others you may see. secure certain accessions, which, if
FOR COMFORT
We are behind every piece of allowed, will result in the investmentof
For Sale by
merchandise we sell and same much money in three manufacturing -


must See give our you stock?satisfaction.of STRAW city tory enterprises,and a shoe in the factory which State-a, and are a new textile glass to that fac-fac- H. G. HarperSouth The PIERCtLECTRICCO1[ ![ [l[ L dnc


HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEARETC. tory. Hughy St. Phone 534 ,, ,

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Although her patch of cow-peas is' HAND BUILDINGWASHINGTON
-- -- -- only fifty feet square, Mrs. Annie Hauling of all kinds, and plowing .
"
Kennedy gathered, at the first pick- carefully looked after.

ing this season, four bushels of the

Brown & Lartigue fine peas snapped and green shelled.At .



ORANGE, AVE. or Kennedy got the six a fair next bushels sold price picking,her it for peas is she them.believed.will in-town have Biscayne Mrs five and GIVE US A TRIALSubscn"be P Patrunize Sell61 i l A 'er rti isccs r


for the Sentinel.
Note in Miami Metropolis.



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MOVING TOWARD 'CHINA. .. i- __io-- _,

America It I Said,-;!; Being Pushed I I '

Westward by Ice Pressure. COMPANY'Capital
It may be news to _most people that ORlANDO BANK a TRUST I

North rope across America the has Atlantic traveled to its from'present Eu Before YouBuy.

position on, the globe and that It Is
till moving toward China. and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
According to the cll lation.s' Professor
Wegener of Marburg. Germany Total Resources over Threes of a Million.

North America In the last twenty-six .
years has moved 295 feet away from Statement of the Orlando Bank and
Europe, and Greenland in eighty-four
years has traveled the appreciable distance r Trust Co, at dote of Butae

of 3,083 feet also away from
April 16th, IflJ-The Ser-
Europe. Professor Wegener believes Consider duality Style
that this movement westward Is due emit AuJvenary of ,
to surface pressure exerted by ice.
1S- r'A 1U Existence
Not only does this pressure force the
3 Price and
then
continent or island upon which it is r choosejAllen
exerted to sink; but. Just as a lot of
calves of ire lying upon each other in a RESOURCES
pan of water move the lower strata of

the ice cakes sideways, so does surface +r Loans and Discounts.....$368497.88
r k
pressure of ice force an island or even "Pr Overdraft .............. mM
a continent to move sideways. Green & Co.
Real Estate, Furniture
land so much smaller than the North
American continent and loaded down i and Fixture .......... 25.85S.44

more' heavily with ice because of its I ., Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01&88Cash
northern latitude, would move much on hand and In Banks 86,267.61

more rapidly than our own continent rr JEWELERS

as it actually does, If Professor Weg- Total ................1789,260.08
ners' computations be correctIf
Professor Wegener be right thenIt LIABILITIES Orlando FloridaLet
is not merely possible, but probable ,
that America and Europe were at one ; -. Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus
time either one and the same continent I I a / and Undivided
t
or so close together that even the rude art: Profits ......./........ 24444JB

craft and meager seamanship of the ( Deposits ................ 665.115.88
early, Hebrews and Phoenicians could :1
1 Us Your Watch
menand women from continent Regulate

carry one Total ................".110..
to the other.
I
The average breadth of the.Atlantic
ocean is about 3,000 miles. Each mile __, EVERYTHING GUARANTEED

contains 5,2S0 feet. A simple arith- Deposit April 4, 1913.592JTB. I
methical problem gives us the extraordinary
Deposits April 16, 1918... _,111.1I
result that supposing North
America to have traveled at the same I UtJtoi SOU. GmnMot, State and Gouty Depoatoiy increase fa u clap .f.7388

speed In the past as in the present it I .I

took, our continent 1306.000 years to ...- 0 1 0 -
accomplish the journey to its present This Wall Board
site. The idea is a fantastic one. It ==
suggests that in about 2,000,000 years.
it the present speed be kept up, the 4 MMIilllMittttlMttlilMiHltltMMIilH1W. Saves Building Money!
Pacific coast of America may bump

against Japan and China, thus obliter-

ating merely the a chain Pacific of ocean lakes.-New or leaving York it 100% Better and 50% Cheaper


World. HISTORfc. M. SLEMONS Than Plastering

A BIBLE.It .

Beautiful and Durable
U Bound In Red Leather and Used
(In the Supreme Court.It You cut plastering; cost in half by y 1 ii/

is a tiny little book only five anda We are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss using and ceilings Bishopric in your Wall new Board house for ,walls and
half Inches long and three and a half get better results. "Bishopric" looks
Inches wide. It is bound in bright red better, lasts longer and saves time in ./
Bros superior in quality and style to that
morocco leather, wiyi the word "Bible" are any you building. ,

printed in diminutive gold letters on $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
the back. But one does not see that : can buy. (
"Bishopric"is the only wall board stiffened I
red morocco cover unless be removes with lath. Kiln-dried lath are Imbedded in x...
toughened Asphalt-Mastic and surfaced with --- i
the little black leather slip which pro- ;
MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US heavy fibre-board. Is moisture-proof. rat- ;
tects it. Long, long ago the little red : proof,soundproof and fire-resisting1. Win not i tj I
warp,shrink buckle or pull loose in any climate -
Bible been to show wear, and then
ARE WELL DRESSED, winter or summer. Our 5,000 Anti-
the black leather slip was made to : Warp Bond protects every customer is 4
protect it-so long ago in fact that fifteen
of those (covers: made 'protect : Saves a Month's Time \\S
Our reasonable. Do think of
'
prices not buying
the venerated little volume were worn I are very Comes in sheets ready for use. Goes on _
dry. Just nail it to bare studding and it is
out in the service. : ready at once for any kind of decoration.
It is without doubt one of the oldest elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. Edges meet evenly-no paneling needed. "Bishopric" Beats PlasterInvestigate
Saves a month's time in building.
Bibles if not the very oldest Bible I Sheets are 4 feet square 16 sheets to the
connected with the government and I crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive Now!
WE ALSO SELL LORD nail can apply it.
BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
Is certainly the most historical It is Look into thismoneysaving
the book upon which since 1800 every Gives Users ,a, +
chief Justice-with the single exception Lasting Satisfaction"It building material
Any of the dealers
of Chief Justice Cbne and every 1,with great pleasure that I write JOG In renamed below will
member of the court has jzsrj to your Bu-hoiric ale J Board; also::han gladly show this
supreme vtbu'h two of mjr brothers used with { you
good results,cud find it the banilsomet-t and l>set wonderful,non-warping,
taken the oath of allegiance when accepting :
W. M. SLEMONS that monpf ran liny They have kino interested a firrresestinglVan Board. Slaws flewnumbcrortheiririendsinrargoodscodaremore
his appointment to our highest "BiaLepric"it ga .
than pleaded with results.'* Learn bow you can save time
tribunal. More than that every attorney alliS.ASM MEILK: : ,1J&E. SwoU SU Lima.0. and money by using it. See your dealer today
who has practiced before the I

supreme court since that date. 1$V0, IttllllllillMllltM .Cllllllllllllili. For Sale by
has pledged his allegiance over the
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little volume-all. with one exception

also Webster.and that exception was Daniel 'l'IIIIIIIIIII'llllllllllllaIICllllalllllll'llllall DD111'1111111111111111111', Orlando Novelty WorksThe

It is told even yet of the supreme I
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court of that day that Mr. Webster's IF
fame as an orator had so preceded him Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf 2. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
that on the occasion when be came to (IOZ)

argue his first case before the court
\
the clerk. Mr. Caldwell. in his eagerness
to hear the great speaker, forgotto THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, WALL BOARDTHE
administer the oath.Unmasked.
HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR ,

DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO ---
Did you ever stop to think what lit
tle things betray one's station In life?" MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR ,MONEY
said a woman as she watched the 4 EVERYTHINGIN
crowd come and go in a restaurantTwo REFUNDED. THE[ OAKlAND

styllshTy gowned young women -
who had just come in had removed
their gloves. When they entered everybody
took notice. 'When they took off B. Salomon Orlando CAR FEEDFOR

their gloves they revealed cheap ringson ,
their fingers. Had they worn no THAT EVERYBODY i
jewels there would still have been a MIIMMMtttl -
doubt as to their position. As It was | | | | | MHtMIIIMtMtMtMIMIHM
their knowledge as to the latest cut In : IS TALKING

gowns did not make up for their deficiency DID YOU BUY ? I'I'I ABOUTASK LIVE[ STOCKLAUBACH
of taste In.the matter of jew-
els.-New York SUD.Eare UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe
overheard a prominent hardware FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE

of Animals.The dealer say this morning to a proau ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando
I could bat
neat dtixen of Orlando,
ears of the tigers, foxes, wolres 150 and $5.00 tat
bought Und at |
I PINe STREeT
rats and other beasts of prey bend forward -
do it
did not The Grain Man.
while the ears of animals of At the time he referred to I lOW I

fight. such as hares rabbits deer,etc. for an Orlando man several hundred MAGRUDERMitlttltllttlllttlillllH I Church Street Phone IS
bend backward. This is because the acres of land in Orange county set ,
a
ears of beasts of prey are designed for ILOO per acre, the same land ia now THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT
the purpose of collecting sounds In the sold in 10 and twenty acre tracU far
direction taken by the animal In pursuit 130.00 per acre, and U cheap at tab [. I,

of Its prey. The ears of an anl- PWhat were the Orlando people baJ. For Sale at aD Cigar Stores I: .

nil of flight by turning backyard en- iDI at that time Gold mining toe Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando. IIII
able It to hear the sounds made by a If you had bought land you could Autos For ,Rent at l OscarHand&Son .

pirsuer. __. figure your profit You mew sometime Havana and Florida Wrappers I

Particular ,ago without your having profit to on figure the mininistock on it Try One and Be Convinced Any Hour l

"Why don't 'yon' want to go to Dr. If you have not yet bought some 4
Qoodly's church,dear?' said Mr. Hicks. Orlando or opportunities property, HERMAN H. FINDER M'(' 'r Successors to E Hand

"Because r'-t't rrse to associate there it still for large Seven Passenger : r1"\-'i...,.....":,.,"..-..:., '_.!......".'..,,.-
that "1. rte," and I can show you. : -
nth < replied Mrs. profits something that will 212 South Orange FULL LINE OF COMPLETE -
Hicks'hf I went he told I can sell you '
mine STEVENS : HOUSE
but your gold DURYEA FURNISHINGS -
them they wet poor miserable will not buy itOffice :
,*aners.-ttt LoJstDlspatch..
tall and lei CARL James Solomon, a negro 107 years !Tuesday to decide whether or not the IIRide .
JANSEN, in Good Car.Thone
Busy All tIle Time. Dickson & Ives, Orange old, was burned to death in his homeon Ii j town should bond for $50,000, the.vot a : COME IN AND. SEE US

"Wha 1t's ityold man dotn now?' over Avenue, Orlando, Fl,, the outskirts of Tampa a few I 1 I was fifty-four for bonds, three aganst : Jt A

"Weft'wu. be ain't votin' around The banks and the buslneu men of mornings ago. His clothing caughtfire it. The object of the issue is to pur- ..
asi '
I ror nmce an' When thar'8 Orlando know me, if not, and he was so feeble he was unable chase the electric light plant and wa- .

be's BO chance ap.! of ,cuuu ttathe.*"office he d eo- them. to extinguish the flames.In terworks, pa've the main business 34tttimimiiiiiiiiiitiiH: : "Make good" with good printing;

bb'tin,,- to tellin' 'governmenttotes "_ streets with brick and put in a com- you can get it at the Sentinel Facilities i

bow It ought to run User anta the election held in Dunellon plete sewerage system. II II : for the desired article unequaled r

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tnililllMMM iiiimiiiiM* RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
I- I nnnnnnunuunwuunnnnwmuniuatumnnint

Whereas, the Supreme Master in
Louis C. Massey President
his,infinite wisdom, removed from our

T. Pietoa WtrJow, Vk J>m. 1. Watan B.w% C..ki Lodge our beloved brother George. W. How much would
$o.ard C. Babcock AMt CMUcr Sunud A.Ntw.n.JUt't CttU Wright, money
Resolved, that in his death, we losea
good man and Mason,

THESTATE Resolved, that we express our sin- like to spend for ,
cere sympathy to his bereaved family you
and to all who loved him and mourn .

his loss, ..
Resolved that these resolutions be _
BANK .
spread upon a separate page of the _
permanent record of the Lodge as a :
testament of our love and appreciation -
$sitia
$ll,4 I (

of Orlando Resolved further, that a copy of
these resolutions be transmitted by Class Class
the Secretary to the bereaved fam- No. 2 Nos. 2and

ily. 2 AClass
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND H. P. LEU,

J. M. CHENEY,
F. D. GUERNSEY, I
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Committee.DR. .

The Bank which transacts more business than STAGG, A HUMORISTDr. $ 1

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I $$33OO

John W. Stagg and two prom- I INo.

inent gentlemen were sitting arounda

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up table regaling themselves with some 50 .4 ')' v. .< of the ice cream specialties of the DeLaney
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during twenty years by conducting its business on sound
Drug Company and after they
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- had finished and settled all politicaland

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis religious questions"they fell to
discussing the number of words a t I
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
public speaker would utter per min-
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. ute. Dr. Stagg said, "When I am $$5610
speaking eanrestly, I will utter two Class ) )INo. I

hundred words a minute." "Why" 5 Nos. 5and _
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS said one of the gentlemen, "whereat
5A
that rate do you find words enoughfor

a forty-five minute address?" --
"0," said the doctor, "I don't keep
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of : that clip up. I stop and rest once in a

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I: while catch to up.give" my hearers a chance to I Join any of our Saving Clubs and you can have either of the

United States. I above amounts to spend ; ,
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE
HIMMIIIimilMIHIIIIMItlMMIIIMHIIiiiH

-- -- Alton B. Parker delivered an ad- Call andget: a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
MRS. BEEMAN ENTERTAINSWith son, a slipper, Miss Charlotte Holt, dress of welcome in behalf of the
a handkerchief and Miss Grace Holt, American Committee, at the Peace :

Beautifully Arranged Card Par. chop sticks. Anniversary in New York, in which 1 The Peoples 'National Bank"It
Appropriate verses were found on he said:
ty-Mrs. Oates, the Honoree.
the place cards which also bore the "The American Committee
gives
One of the most delightful social is a pleasure to serve you."
dates, 18841913. |
most cordial
affairs ever given in Orlando took you greeting and as-
afternoon when Mrs.I. The following guests participatedin sures you that every American heart,
place yesterday I
Harry L. Beeman was hostess atj this pleasant affair: so overflows with hospitality toward j, III,, III, I MAN
cards in compliment to her charming Dr. and Mrs. Stagg, Mr. and Mrs. each of you that any attempt at ex- :

house guest, Mrs. Oates, of DeLand. Lege, Mr. and Mrs. Gedge, Mr. and pression must be inadequate."The II tIll 11111 11111 11111 11111 ItllllilllMHIIMMMtMlilMltmiMillilltlllililYowells
: Mrs. Watson, Mr., Mrs., and Miss ceremonies, events and mem-
The entire lower floor of Mrs. Beeman's -
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Norcross, orials we plan are to commemoratea
beautiful residence on Gore
Mr. and Mrs. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- great and glorious victory and a A
avenue was thrown open to the guests
drick, Mr. and Mrs. Skinner, Mr. and victory won not by devastation and
each of the spacious rooms contain-
Mrs. Hutchens, Mr. and Mrs. Will slaughter, but a mere wonderful victory
ing many tables of enthusiastic players -
Green, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Miller, of We will
of Auction. Mr. Beeman is famous I peace.' sing Te Deum,
I Mrs. McCullough, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. but with no echo of cannonade in our
for his remarkable skill in growing .
I S. A. Robinson, Mrs. Mann, Mrs. Minor ears. ]f.
roses, and more exquisite blos-
Mrs. Kollock and Mr. Vick.CHILDREN'S "The event which marked the be-
soms could not have been found than I'
those decorating his'nome yesterday. ginning of our hundred years of national _

Especially lovely were the pink rose- PARTYA : brotherhood is an eminently :
I worthyone for the
buds, artistically placed in a glass English speaking :
basket on the dining table. In the happy crowd of children gath- memory to dwell upon reverently and The Biggest Ever Extra Values in
conservatory quantities of dahlias ered at the Cathedral Chapter House fondly. It was on Christmas eve that : Ain
yesterday afternoon, when the mem- the peace was signed at Ghent-
were used, these were also, gathered :
from Mr. Beeman's garden. bers of the Junior Auxiliary and their Christmas eve, when Heaven and' Shoes White andColored
efficient leader Miss Cary-Elwes, earth listened breathless :
gave that
Instead of progressing in the usual per
manner, the players moved from tableto a "party" in honor of Dean Sherrod's I chance there might be heard the echo t: Having had a good run one
four children. of the choral that Piques
lingered over th
table in the where I
rooms they were
Several merry and exciting games hills of Bethlehem on the first Christ small shoes for the past week
first seated, and when the scores were
counted, Mrs. Lee Miller was foundto I were played, wee Dorothy Sherrod receiving mas eve. We thank God that the at $2.25, we have decided that, Narrow and Corduroy Welts,
the first prize in one, while peace and good will which Heaven i in
porcelain have won flower the first basket.prize The, a delicate guest-I her brother, Teddy, was equally abundant love flung to earth upon that in order to make them go still regular 25 and 30 cent sellers

amused over claiming the "booby," night of nights was heard to echo i in
of-honor sandwich faster the Very at
was given a dainty to cut price to say special
,
a tiny doll. In another contest, How- the refectory of the Carthusian Monastery -
tray, while Mrs. S. A. Robinson, received -
I I ard Sherrod won first honors, and lit- at Ghent and that the English -
ation. a pretty sewing bag as conso-I tle Blair found a dolly awaiting asher and American hearts responded 19c.

Delicious punch was served duringthe share of the souvenirs. to it consciously or unconsciously |II| $1.98 '
Ice cream, cake and candy were with such happy promise to the handswe
afternoon, and after the
the card tables were covered and games fruit 11 I greatly enjoyed by all, and further love. How does that sound Narrow and wide welts in
: merry frolicing completed the pleasant "We have long heard
that it is the
+tream, cakes and bon-bons placed before -f white and colored
35c
the ffuests.i afternoon. battleship the fort and. the bitalion Small 1 Shoes For Small Feet to 40c
that makes peace possible. I say to values, for say
Mrs. Beeman was ehsnsisgly: as I I rt
OROSIS CLUB ELECT you that our children will call this obsolete '
sisted OFFICERSi The window has been filled
by Mrs. George R. Newell, Mrs.1
James Laughlin 3rd, Mrs. Waters, doctrine, for the day is at hand with new styles and new sizes 2 ge.
when war will be ,
At
i prohibited
Howe, Miss Ray, Mrs. Mather Smith,' a recent meeting of the Sorosis by public
Misses Willie and Jean Person, Sara,J Club, an election was held, resulting, opinion in every empire, kingdom, LOOK> INwill
Slemons and Anna Estelle Giles. i i! in the following members being placed principality and republic, when the
I in office: Mrs. A. B. Whitman, pres justice of decision by arbitration

: ident; Mrs. S. E. Ives, vice-president; replace the injustice of decision by Just received a new line of Chiffon i !
DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY PARTY i, Mrs. Helen Wright, honorary vice- war when he army. and--- -navv---" will...n bealp
president; Mrs. E. 1.,. Bliss, secretary; disbanded and when all forts
I and Net Ruffling in i !
Thirty-three of the friends of Mrs.P. Mrs. John Cheney, treasurer; and become merely historic relics and Ecru and White

E. Palen were invited to her hos- Miss Lillian Shine, librarian. the iron panoply of grim visaged war

pitable home on Magnolia avenue last shall rust away upon an internationalI Prices 15c. to 50c.
evening for "Five o'clock tea," and JUNIORS TO ENTERTAIN I heap.
not until they were seated at the dain- I I Nay more, this world of ours shall

tily appointed tables did they discover Commencement festivities are already j see 'a generation yet unborn, whosewisdom 111111111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111'
that the occasion marked the birth- under way, and the remainderof I shall find in our ward only a
day of their charming hostess. this month will witness various survival of the same barbarism which

The porch and living rooms were celebrations amongst our students ere made our ancestors across the ocean
tastefully decorated and roses were the summer vacation begins. decide criminal cases by the ordealof YOWELL'STHE
prettily placed on the dainty white The Juniors of the High School will battle, and caused cur fathers on
table covers. entertain on Friday evening in honorof this side of the great deep to burn

Six young ladies served the delici- j I the Senior Class, the following witches at the stake."

ous refreshments, and a pretty sur- invitation having been gladly wel-
prise came when Mrs. Palen presentedeach comed by their chosen guests: WANTED-Set of books to keep to BIG WHITE
of these a dainty gift, Miss Holt The Class of Nineteen-fourteen, in take part of time. Address "B ooki! STORE

receiving a screen done in silk, Miss honor of The Class of Nineteen-thir- keeper, care Sentinel. 5-6 3t

Claire Robinson a slipper, Mrs Greena teen, May the ninth, eight o'clock. I
silk bag, Miss Marguerite Robert Buffet supper, No. 14 Amelia avenue. Subscribe for the SentineL

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IN ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE ERECTION OF MY NEW BUILDING, I MUST CLOSE OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE, AND OFFER AT

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I HAVE ABOUT FIFTY ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT FIFTEEN CENTS PER YARD AS LONG AS THEY LAST. /


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