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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 8, 1913
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 8TH, 1913. NUMBER 75.




BillS PASSED U.: D. C. OPENS DISASTROUS flR[ I IINY FAILED TO REACHVOTE TRAMMELL AND BUffALO STRIKERS




BYTHE[ HOUSE[ ITS CONVENTION .. WST[ I:I ON BILL, BRYAN- "UITCU" TUP![ TRAffiC.


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THINGS THAT ARE BEING DONE FLORIDA DIVISION OF THE UNITED DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT $100. BUT THERE SEEMS TO BE NO IS THE BEGINNING OF THE EXPRESS AND DELIVERYMEN

AND UNDONE BY THE STATE'S DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 000-MANY PEOPLE THROWN DOUBT THAT FINAL ACTION STRUGGLE FOR TRAMMELL'S MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO RE-

LAWMAKERS NOW ASSEMBLED OPENS ITS SESSION OUT OF EMPLOYMENTBY WILL BE TAKEN ON THE EFFORT TO SUCCEED THE CEIVE VEGETABLES-CAUS-

IN TALLAHASSEE. IN LIVE OAK. CONFLAGRATION.Key MEASURE TODAY. FLORIDA SENATOR. I ING MUCH DISCOMFORT.Special .

Tallahassee, May 6.-The followingbills Live Oak, May 7.-The annual convention West, Fla., May 7.One hun- ,Special to the SentinelWashington Tallahassee, Fla., May 6.-Up here to the Sentinel
were passed by the House of of the Florida Division of the dred thousand dollars' damage was D. C., May 7.-The amid the "hills of Leon" a quiet determined Buffalo, N. Y., May 7.-As resultof

Representatives at the session yester- United Daughters of the Confederacy done, and several hundred men and House of Representatives, after sitting and merry little war is on the disorders that marked the express -

day: commenced at the City Hall last even women thrown out of work when fire, \until a late hour tonight, in the between United States Senator Na and deliverymens' strike today,

House bill No. 441-An act to ing, den the convention was formally early this morning, destroyed four hope of reaching a vote on the Wil- than P. Bryan and Gov. Park Tram- Mayor Furhmann tonight authorized

amend section 4 of Article 111 of welcomed to the city. cigar factories, three sponge houses,1 son-Underwood tariff bill, failed to mell for and against Bryan's celebrated the Chief of Police to swear in five

chapter 5084 of the laws of Florida, About one hundred delegates are two lumber sheds, and several smaller take final action because Representative primary election bill, one of the: hundred more policemen in addition

approved on the 22nd day of May A. being entertained in various homesof buildings.The I Mann demanded a reading of the most interesting measures introduced. I to the three hundred sworn in today.

l D., 1901, the same being an act entitled the city, and as guests of the ho- fire was discovered in the factory -'engrossed copy of the bill,and technical since the session began. He hopes to control the situation and

"An act to amend the city char- of the Key West Cigar Company, proceedings which he had a right The governor, doncherknow, expectsto i says he don't believe it will be necessary

ter of the city of Port Tampa." tels.The program was as follows: and spread rapidly for a time, threat to do under.. the. .rules.. --This--right -is make the race against "Nat" foul, to call out the militia.

House Bill No. 583-An act to extend Song, "America," chorus. ening the lower business section of generally waived, but 1Ir.Iann ob- years hence, and the aforesaid Na- The trouble developed first whena

the city limits of the city of i Invocation, Rev. Curtis Grubb, rector -I the city. A branch factory of E. H. jected to the bill being rushed through than's friends are saying that this crowd of about a hundred strike

Ocala on the east to Silver Springs,' of St. Luke's church. Gato and the Wolf Bros. and Prin- without obtaining a record of the vote has something to do with his opposi- breakers arrived from New York and

Marion county, Florida. Address of welcome on the part of cipe de Golfo factories were burned. on the separate proposition of the tion to the primary bill, the young Philadelphia. The strikers; and sym-

House Bill No. 565-An act to incorporate the city of Live Oak, Mayor C. D. John Lowe, Jr., owned most of the amendment to the bill providing for a Apollo, realising or believing that the pathizers attacked them and their po-

the town of Baldwin, in BlockwelL buildings, and is the heaviest loser. scientific and non-partisan tariff com passage of the Bryan bill might be lice escorts and the police were obliged -

Duval county, Florida. Address of welcome for the Cham- mission. in the nature of "putting one over"on to bring into play their revolvers

House Bll No. 509-An act prohib- ber of Commerce, W. N. Conoley, TO STOP BASEBALL GAMBLING 1' The Democrats planned to fore-stall him. Far be it from me, though, before the strike breakers were gotten

iting the use of stop nets and prohib- secretary. such vote by making a ponit of order to even whisper that Governor Tram- safely in the hotel.

Address of welcome for the against it The House then adjourned mell would be guilty of The crowds then their atten
iting the use of all other nets with a press, Special to the Sentinel. "playing pol- gave
Sallie Phoebe McComack. until 2 o'clock tomorrow after- itics." Nevaire! Horrors! tion to a few in
mesh less than one and one-half inches Cincinnati, Ohio, May 7.-That the I' wagons operation
square measure, cast nets excepted, in Address of welcome for the Sons of National Baseball Commission will 1 noon. A week ago the fact that the Bryan which they attacked and overturnedin

any of the salt waters within the[Veterans, Col. L. L. Roberson. take steps to stop the latest speciesin ; The income tax and administration bill would pass the House by a the streets. Later on the express
"Bonnie Blue features of the bill, including they} large vote was an overwhelming companies managed to move a few
boundary limits of Lee county, Flor- Song, Flag. gambling on baseball, alleged t ida, in capturing or catching food fish, Address of welcome for Camp have been recently unearthed in New r dumping clauses and trade reciprocity conclusion. Since then, however, wagons under heavy police escort.

and providing a punishment for the Finnegan, United Confederate Vet- York, was the statement of chairmar section passed the committee of whole. that "silent influence" has been at Clerks and drivers for departmentstores
Tison commander. | All preparations had been made fora work, and Bryan's friends it are still out. The dri-
violation of said act. erans, Major Garry Harriman, of the Nationa1Commission say em- express
Senate Bill No. 221-An act to Song, "Silver Threads Among the who is constantly mak- final vote when Representative anates from the "big chiefs" office I vers' strike has made it possible to

amend chapter 6374 of the laws of Gold," Mrs. D. 0. Henry. ing efforts to suppress gambling o Mann made his demand for a reading downstairs and that politics is behindit. receive shipments of fresh vegetables

Florida, act of 1911, the same beingan Address of welcome for Woman'sClub baseball. 1of the engrossed copy of the bill. ,I which is causing much discomfort.

act to legalize and validate a call Mrs. A. Lee Humphreys, president The chairman said, "If this lates tand Speaker Clark then took the floor At the opening of the session a About 2400 person are involved.

for an election, and an election held I proposal is so arranged that the government .. made a speech felicitating the bright young South Floridian entered Tonight the tea *ers voted to calla

in pursuance of such call in the town'. Address of welcome for Daniel Ted cannot interfere, perhaps wi Democrats on their success in the. the press bureau and upon being strike and this will practically tie

of Milton, Santa Rosa county, Florida der Chapter, Mrs. D. 0. Henry, president can get New York clubs to induce the completion of their consideration of asked what he thought of the govern- up every line of vehicle traffic in the
the bill. The House during the day or's said: city and make deliveries impossible.
message
on the 26th day of April, A. D., local authorities to act.
1910, for the purpose of determining Chorus, "Florida, My Florida." disposed of the income tax and ad- "Why, I think he must have se- Several thousand men have been in-

whether or not said town should issue Response to welcome by the State CONVICT LEASE SYSTEM ministrative features of the Wilson- cured a copy of the latest catalogueof volved. J

certain bonds, and to legalize and President I Underwood tariff revision bill. Sears, Roebuck & Co., Macy's and

validate the bonds issued in pursu- Greetings from the State of Florida i From indications Governor As previously, the Democrats steam ,' John Wannamaker's and endorsed everything WEDDING OF MISS THORNBURGH
present
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ance of said election. Gov. Park Trammell. Trammell's bill abolishing the con- rollered all amendments offered by in them." AND SIR WILFRED PECK
Greetings from the Florida Division the Republicans. The latter failed in I Far be it from though above
House Bill No. 503-An act to abol- vict lease system, which passed the me, as -
:of the United Confederate Veterans an attempt to change the income tax' stated to that the St Louis
ish the present municipal government!I I house by such an overwhelming ma- whisper handsome May 7.-Miss Edwina

of the town of Orange Park, Fla., and I(I General B. W. Partridge, State Commander jority will travel a rocky road beforeit revision by exempting the Mutual young gentleman from Polk would Thornburgh, heiress to the million
Life Insurance Companies of the payment "play politics.-F. L. Huffaker. of her father the
to organize a commission form of I passes the senate, as the bill favored -' late Henry Thorn-
government for said town, and to Song, "Dixie." by the senate committee on con-] of the tax. This correspondent is very modest burgh, a pioneer paint manufacturer

provide its jurisdiction and powers. Presentation of guests of honor. victs and prisons is regarded by manyas and considerate. What is the Governor of this city, was married today to

House Bill No. 421-An act for the Presentation of pages. a much better measure for several MEETING OF EXECUTIVE BOARD or Tallahassee for but to cultivatenew Sir Wilfred Peek, the English baronet

protection of farmers of LaFayette I! Song, "Suwannee River." reasons, principal among which is : AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE aspirations? What is the legislature The ceremony was performed at the

county, FloridaSenate the fact that it cuts out the "middle I ASSOCIATION for except for men of political home of the bride's sister, Mrs. W.

Bill No. 220-An act to legalize MEETING OF TOBACCO GROWERS man" in convict leasing and +I aspirations to meet in a sort of train- C. Stribbling and was attended by
thereby
and validate a call for an elec-' increases the revenue to the state and ',I Baltimore, Md., May .-At the I ing school and trading shop? Why many notables, among them the mother -

tion held in pursuance of such ,calls ,Special to the Sentinel eliminates meeting of the Executive Board of should the people be so unreasonableas of the groom, Hon. Lady Peek, his
to certain
in the town of Milton, Santa Rosa,I Louisville, Ky., May 7.-Representatives ture of commercializing a extent human the fea- the American Automobile Associationhere to or expect the men they send to two sisters, the Misses Gwendolynand

county, Fla., on the 26th day of April,' of the Association of Tobacco This bill was drawn beings. 'I tomorrow, the question of carrying Tallahassee to take time from thee Violet Peek, Sir John Shelley and

A. D., 1910, for the purpose of deter- Growers in Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri Senators B. H. principally by to the federal Supreme Co rt th nursing of their own political ambi- daughter, and H. A. Beyon, who actedas
chairman
mining whether or not said town I and other tobacco growing statesare the Lindsey, of constitutionality of the automobile tions to devote to a vulgar public, best man. Prominent St Louil-'
committee who
has had
several
should issue bonds, and to legalize and in conference here for the purposeof of in [ registration tax will be considered. who ought to know that their business society people were also in attend.

validate the bonds issued in pursu forming a National organization.C. years victs and experience Senator handling con- I President Laurens Enos appointed a is to go right on paying taxes ance.
Y. L.
ance of said election. H. Barrett, of Union City, Ga., Watson, a special committee to prepare and pre and ask no questions and make no Sir Alfred arrived in this country

House Bill No. 380-An act unlaw President of the National Farmers' lawyer the of ability who has also given I sent a report at this meeting. criticism of these gentlemen of immaculate April 28, bringing with him a $10,000silver

ful for hogs to run or roam at largein Union, is presiding at the meeting, subject. "There long and careful consideration. William H. Hotchkiss, of New York character? Perish the service as a gift to the bride.

St. Lucie county, Fla., and to provide which was held behind closed doors. our bill which I are regard many as features better than in I is chairman of the committee, withLewis thought that these honorable gentlemen When informed at the Customs Housein

for the impounding and sale of The delegates say the consolidationof the {, R. Speare, of Massachusetts should entertain anything buts New York that he would be re-

such hogs so running at large. tobacco growers is the only matter governor's bill, said Senator and H. M. Rowe, of Maryland, as hi i well wishes for the dear "peepul." quired to pay a duty of 45 per cent.
Lindsey I have
"although I
no partic
House Bill No. 310-An act to under consideration. ular criticism of his associates. Charles Thaddeus Terry, And then too, the modesty of Lake- ad valorem on the wedding present,
However
amend section 21 of chapter 5537, laws I! I measure. chairman of the A. A. A. Legislative land must not be overlooked. Attor- he selected only a few pieces, paid a
cannot
see why the middlemen
of Florida, 1905, pertaining to char- POSTMASTER OF CHARLESTONDIES lessees should Board, who has had much to do with ney General Trammel, Governor duty amounting to -90 on them and
get something like
ter of the town of Punta Gorda, Fla., : $100,000 out of the framing of motor laws in many Trammell and SenatorwouldbeTrammell put the remainder of the service in
and authorizing the issuance of bondsa a year sub-leasing the parts of the country, has assisted the all of three hail from Lakeland. the Public Stores. The service will

therein set forth. New York, May 7.-Wilmot L. Har- convicts, when this sum could go to I committee in the preparation of its State Senator Herbert J. Drane, Sen- be taken back to England when the
the state. '
House Bill No. 268-An act de- ris, postmaster of Charleston, S. C., Through the operation of' report. ate President H. J. Drane and Govern- couple return to their home on the
the
senate :
claring it unlawful for the owner or died on the steamship, Mohawk, of the committee bill, the convicts I The case' that may be appealed to or-would-be Herbert Jeremiah Drane, Peek estate in Devon.
would be leased direct
the having the care, custodyor Clyde Line, en route from Charlestonto to the counties, the Supreme Court originated in New all three come from Lakeland The wedding is the culmination
person for road work and presentsublessees !
to the
animals on the island of LaCosta this port He was on his way hereto Jersey, which State calls for three Representative J. C. Brown, Un- a romance which began last year

in Lee county, Fla., to allow or permit I. consult a specialistMr. I lessees could, and both counties and sub- ', payments by the automobile owner; qualified Divisionist Brown and Unit- when the couple met in Devonshire,

any of such animals to run at large I Harris had been a sufferer get the benefit of a reduction -, registration of car, driving license and ed States Marshal Candidate Brownis where. Miss Thornburgh was visiting
of
on said island on or after the first from diabetes, but the immediate something like ten percent ,, property tax. The A. A. A. State or- the modest trio from Lakeland""* 't i riCrs.""Sir Wilfred is also reputedto
and still leave
the
to
day of January, A. D., 1914, providinga cause of his death was pneumonia, state the I ganization instituted the suit, which These same gentlemen, who wereso be very wealthy and it is said the
amount above mentioned. I do not
which developed during the voyage. | favorable to marriage was wholly love affair.
way for the collection of any dam- see why the convicts should be sent I Jersey I dividing Orange coun- a .
ty, are industriously the ,.
ages caused by such animal or ani- through a 'clearing house' anyhow." dividing
mals running at large, and providinga REFERENDUM FOR JAP BILL The trafficing in the sweat of human State and when the plum pudding is i MIAMI'S BAND '4 J U

lien on such animal or animals anda BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG nicely brown, you will see them stick -
is
beings that
a subject should
San Francisco, May 7.-To settle a LEAGUES ing their fingers in with great hasteto According to the Miami
way of enforcing the same, and find a short cut to solution. Human I Metropolis,
providing a punishment for any per- controversy over the merits of the an- chattels in a civilized is pull out the plums. If Orange that city is about to lose its famous
country un
son or persons violating this act ti-alien land-holding bill, passed by the thinkable. Yet who I Special to the Sentinel county owes anything to these mani- military band because the members
men call them-
I Legislature, and now awaiting the selves National S. fold statesmen, let them arise and feel that they cannot afford so much
Governor's signature, Theodore Bell, statesmen will spend days biCk- Philadelphia, 4; St Louis3. state their case. practice and public concerts and lose '
SUCCEEDS MRS. LONGSTREET in ering over a subject where one fell!I
prominent State and National Democratic Boston, 2; Pittsburg, 1. ;-'- their wages.

politics, suggests that the ini- stroke should do the job. There is no I Brooklyn, 3; Chicago, 4. I Miami can not afford to let this
Special to The SentinelWashington tiative and room for personal agrandizement or WILSON GOING TO PANAMA
lrs. referendum be invoked to New York, 6; Cincinnati, 4., JiY excellent aggregation of musician
D. C., May 7.- political pull in the dealing with this I .
obtain... an expression from the State's Amtrle1 .
disband. It is valuable asset
a
H. W. J. Ham was today appointed by subject Nor should there be. 1 Washington, May 7.PresidentWilson as a
voters. : any I I r Bt. Lei 2 Philadelphia band is
at I ; 3. good to any city. Once with-
President Wilson, postmistress .. Iplace has decided to to Panamaas .
.._ -- l left for middle men or ipecukt- go
'C-: ,I chi a g o, 2; Washington, 3. tout in Miami will appreciate the
Gainesville, Ga., to succeed Sirs. Helen ors to pf fit on the ffliifortUnes i of Cleveland t 4 Boston 1. soon as Congress adjourns. He ex-
Longstreet, the widow of cjvil CONVICTS CAPTURED mankind. Cut out ail this nonsense ; pects to be able to get away in August loss.By
Detroit, 0; New York, 6. all means we would advise our
war veteran, Tampa, Fla., May 7.-Six of the and get down to business and pass a I South Atlantic The President's plan providesfor | neighbor to stand by their band boys.

I... fourteen negro convicts who escaped law that will protect the state against Savannah, 6; Macon, 4. going direct from Panama to his
SAck ON SCHEDULE TIME from the M. W. Ulmer camp at Largo the criminal element without leaving summer home at Cornish, N. H. He
I I Columbus, 5; Charleston, 1. HOT SPELL WILL BE BROKEN
Sunday night have been recaptured.One the criminal worse off than we fotndhim Jacksonville, 5; Albany, 5. (Dark will make the trip to the isthmus in

I The trains over the Atlantic Coast was taken last night near Rocky and without giving greedy and i ness.) a battleship, which, on the return, Washington May 7.-The hot spell
Point in this county. He was one of will to Newport and the Presidentwill
Ube arrive from Orlandoas hard-hearted men a chance to go
and depart spec Carolina League is about to be broken by a cold one.
of yore. A notice to that effect the party of five traveling together.I ulate in human blood. Ashville, 7; Druham, 2. disembark there. The purpose of In the language of the weather
was published the Sentinel Wed Today three others of the party were Present conditions are toe disgraceful the visit is to gather information to

in
Greensboro, 8; Salem, 5. sharps there will ,within the next thin
nesday The order allowing taken. At a point just north of Tar- for much parleying. work out with Secretary of War Gar-
morning. Raleigh, 9; Charlotte, 6. ty-six or forty-eight hours be a gen
'I them to run only four miles an pon Springs in Pinellas county, two rison a plan of 'government for the eral change, which will cause a gen ;_
hour, was others were captured this morning. canal zone.
rescinded morn-
Tuesday eral reaction to lower temperaturesover
Office supplies, our prices right- WEATHER REPORT
ing. The city, officials w4 were in Officers of Pinellas, Hillsborough and Curtis & O'Neal, next post office. the Atlantic states, the Ohio and
strumental putting the (quietus to Pasco counties are looking for the re- "blind man can go out look- Mississippi valleys and the lower
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Florid*-Cloudy Thursday; proba
such a ridiculous order or ordinanceare maining eight escapes. None of the ing for trouble and find it. too. lake region.
being windy amgra 1atea. six captured tkos tar 'were armed. Subscribe.. !ltlie'ei' bly fair Friday

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CHAS. LORD J. N. BBADSHAW

And J. Bull is Paying Bill
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Mrs. Pankhurst is feeding on pub Lord & BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of f
licity.-Philadelphia Ledger.

wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
Baring the Time of Its Life.
The Democratic donkey is in a per- that we_have formed a partnership under the New Spring Suits
petual state of shocked, yet pleased above firm name, for a general V
surprise these days.-New York Tri-

bune. Real Estate and Insurance and Dresses :

Was Pretty Close Call ;; V
John Pierpont Morgan, it is said, ; business and arecentrally located in a ground floor office at No. .. ,,
came near being a poet Within about
$350,000,000 of it.-Detroit Free | 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by HamiltonJ& Dunn

Press. ..v Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
Shame to Wake Him Up.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
of
Speaking imagination, the Hon. a
Albert Jeremiah Beveridge believes Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

that he will be the next President- and CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
havesome
we exceptional taigaics COMEIND SEE Us
Kansas City Journal. SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, ANDIS

Lord & Bradshaw WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO ,
Better Chance to Wallop Him. I:
WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
Its all in getting used to a thing.I
Some day Congress will get to liking : 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
the idea of having the President hang- "111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'LIGHT AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.
ing around.-Galveston News.
1
Plenty of Time. I
Seeing that the Chinese Republic :
is to last 10,0,10 years, its chances of : THE Earner's New York
being recognized have materially improved -
-Washington Post. I
PATH TO PROSPERITY

Wu Inquired for to Know. Store 0
I Wu Ting-fang is mentioned for I; Bargain
President of China. Wasn't the perspicuous ; Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I
Mr. Wu making notes all : their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
the time while in America to this ; If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this StoreShaudbarftt'i
cess.] (You simply cannot fail to attract new
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endSt. Louis Globe-Democrat.
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customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts
Emmy is Riding for a Fall like an ,irresistible magnet, drawing all the I
"Dam the consequences," said Mrs. I for bicycles and iimilttlHMIIHIHMmiMllltMMtiHimmiill
J trade within its reach: That is the reason
Pankhurst, and if she doesn't quit her andriM.
foolishness, the consequences are like- 1 they command the attention of buyers.
ly to be damnable.-Charleston News I INo i l. M [ll tometnsrJ. O

'. and Courier. .. For Every Store Owner | McKAY, ,

The Times-Union of CONTRACTOR AND Successor to D r. 0 P Ltid>ea
Wednesday matter how small his business, the Electric -
contained a cut of the handsome new 1 >!IMER.
club house for the Elks, which has 1 Sign is the cheapest and most effective I ? .. .-nn nii All Work. .
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just been completed in Miami.A advertising.Phone Prices That Are an ,;_
new automobile has Inducement. I
ceived its charter and company will open re-up : for our Sign Designer to call and submit I AH Work Guaranteed. \ (

for business in Jacksonville. The | a sketch. f J .

000.company has a capital stock of $10- :I No Trouble to Us.-.No Expense to You. I Has installed an up to date grinding: plant u4 Is prepared

& MIIMtlMIIMIMIMMMMELIJAH to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
o 'p4 Along with all the stock and instruments he hu secured -
During April a total of 39,030,000feet HAND' the prescription books dating back several years, and

steam oflumber and sailing was forwarded vessels$. coastwise by both,I W T[ & U T m.1 Funeral Director will fill any of Dr. LIkIns' prescriptions without delay.

While 675,000 feet went export, make" and Embalmer li I I "
ftg a grand total of 39,705,000 -- --
Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 35niillllllMIMIMinOStl

" the record for the month.-Times Unkm. -!,' COOK WITH GAS
; ; Sentinel want ads bring quick results.
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OPINIONS ery will be installed and work will begin Over one thousand cars of celery For Sheriff. ..
within thirty days. have ben shipped from Sanford this I hereby announce myself a candidate j
Can Still Get it in Newspapers season. for the office of Sheriff of Orange
Why so much fuss about the failureto Exports from Pensacola during the county the,Democratic Florida, subject Executive to the meeting actionof JUST RECEIVED ;

place Colonel Goethals' portrait on month of April consisted mainly of The spring term of the circuit court Saturday, May 10th, 1913.
the new 10,000 Panama Canal bonds? timber and lumber, the total shipment for DeSoto county has opened for the J. F. HARRIS.
Most of us would never get a chanceto of hewn and sawn timber and first time in ,the new court house in A CAR LOAD OF LIME
see it there.-Birmingham Press. lumber being 26,290,000 feet, with a, Arcadia.If For Sheriff.
total valuation. of $539,111. The undersigned will submit his -
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Most of Us Are in the Latter name for Sheriff of Orange county ;: SPECIAL PRICES
plans now being made by the to the Democratic Executive Committee
The is divided into two One million dollars will be expended -
public citizens residing in Riverside, in Jacksonville at their meeting, Saturday, May '.
IN LARGE
-i QUANTITIES .
classes. Those who are affected by in improving a 5,000-acre additionto I are perfected, Riverside ave- 10th. W. T. CHAPMAN. s .
the income tax and wish they weren't, the City of Miami on the south,, ( I II .-
nue will be one grand white way from'Bay Prompt Delirery. f
and those who are not affected by it,i with a frontage on the ocean of five
and wish they were.-Kansas City miles. The plans are to make this street to Edgewood avenue. I Advertise in the Sentinel.

Star. one of the most beautiful residential
sections of that city. And many a homely woman pre- Florida Metal Co.
sides over a happy home. ,
Is Perilous Road to PopularityThe i
actress of popular esteem for During the month of' April, the McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING {
King Alfonso on every occasion of his building inspector in Pensacola issued If you want to reach the people who THE OAKlAND I Phone 41. .
escaping an assassin's bullet may yet permits for twenty-five new buildings have money to spend, you can do so
make him the best-loved monarch in outside the fire limits, the total value directly through the advertising columns
Europe.-New'York World. of the structures being $30,305. The of the Sentinel
THE
total value of all buildings which per- CAR j

Spring Fever-and Base Ball, mits were issued was $38,979. For Sheriff. THAT EVERYBODYIS i _"10_
Huerta, Cole Blease and the Sultan The Sentinel is requested to announce
of Turkey have faded from the Complete plans have been perfectedin that A. Y. Fuller will be an TALKING The Best is the Cheapest
front page. Spring fever is almostas Miami for the entertaining of the applicant for Sheriff when the Orange
Democratic Executive Com
chloroform. New one hundred and fifty or more physi- County
salutary as '
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mittee meets to fill the ABOUT -- ''-
York Evening Sun. cians who will attend the Florida vacancy.63tf .. -.7 SO GET THE BEST. ,OFPaints
State Medical convention in that cityon -
ASK FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
AB. Else Will be Forgiven the 14th, 15th and 16th of this For Sheriff and Wall Paper
Why don't the Democrats put base month. The social program is very I am a candidate for Sheriff of Orange
ball tickets on the free list? That complete and the visitors will be roy- county, subject to the action of ,

would make at least a ,part of their ally entertained. the which Democratic meets in Executive Orlando,Committee Saturday,, a THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
tariff bill popular.-Philadelphia Press May 10th, 1913. MAGRUDEREverything
I GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
CHAS E. McDOWELL. II
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Authority on Horrible ExampleIf k I SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
Taft will only use actual and THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEP- II I DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
ING POSTED I
personal illustrations, his lectures on BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
"modern government" will be illumin
"How: many, things we have '
Baltimore Evening Sun.
ating.- proposed to do,how many planned *
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yet how we loiter in our noblest
The home town is the best' town, "
purposes! You may be always'successful
it be- .
whatever may if you do but set out .. .
To dream for, to scheme for, to -
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shoot for, to spout for, and not to method.practices" upon IN LACES .EMBROIDERIES SHIRTS, KI

run it down- You have often made up your MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR Reduced Prices, on all i
For it is your town and my town andevrybod's mind to buy something for the HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
town!
person or the.home, but have put SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
off doing so from time to time. '
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF : PATTERN HATS /
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close next Friday for this season. ** of This keeping emphasizes posted the on importance when and DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE I t HANDBAGS B G AND NECKWEAR f R U COST I It

The Bradford County High Schoolat how to buy to advantage. Grasp' POST OFFICE
Starke has closed after a most suc- your opportunities by reading the '
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South_ Florida Sentinel The Tampa Times-, editorially says: The Tampa Tribune makes some

MORNING AND WEEKLY "Advices from the state capital indicate pertinent and pointed reference to the
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that the seemingly chimerical present legislature.
Entered at the port office at Orla&do, project of the state that no one apparently The present Legislature has, in fully -
Florid u Second dau Mal Hatter.
Hiked seriously on and all half its term, accomplished nothing

SUBSCRIPTION I RATES mentioned jestingly has taken on a sur whatever for the permanent or sub- When You Choose
I f- priseing boom, and it is even claimed stantial good of the State.It .
THE DAILY SENTINEL that a majority of the members of has indulged in sporadic debates .
...J..r. ...... .. .$5.00 .
One year,; ; : both Houses have expressed them demonstrating nothing more than outpourings
Six Months ..:................ 2.50 selves in favor of it and pledged them- of meaningless words: it has Gift
Three Months ................. L25By selves to vote for it when it comes hearkened to the most absurd legis- a of JewelryTHEN

newt carrier la Orlando, M ante per : before the legislature for action. lative folderol freak measures ,with-
month Daily tad Sunday. "There certainly has been exhibited out number and wasted its substancein ,

The Orknd Morning Sentinel can be found an amount of activity in workingfor fruitless contemplation of nonessentials -
M salt In Orlando at Cants 4 O'Neal't Book the scheme that no one expectedto ; it has entertained lobyists, YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST '
Store. be displayed; and a considerable (according to its own definition,) who BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND
We will appreciate prompt complaint if degree of skill as well, for several have been seeking merely the advant- e
felhrery is not properly made by our carrier members from sections as far as possible age of selfish interests. TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Aderrtiilng rates will be famished on ap removed from west Florida, the Constructive, upbuilding, really pro- EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,
plication. section where the division idea was gressive legislation? Nothing doing. EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL born and where it was strongest, have Provision for good roads, State WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
For year by mail. postal paid .......1.00 expressed themselves in favor of it. highways, or otherwise? Nothing do- RECOGNITION.THE .
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida.
The moving cause of this apparently ing.
Office 107 Court Street Arcade BuildingPhoM THE
24 erratic manifestation of sentiment is Abolishment of the convict lease BEAUTY STYLE THE WORKMANSHIP,

easy to be discovered. No doubt every system? Nothing doing. ARE ALWAS,THE BEST.

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. considerable town in the portion of Reform in the primary laws? Noth- EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA- =-
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. the state lying east of the Suwanee ing doing.A .
MOUS AS EVANS BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS
river and southward to the point of new constitution? Nothing doing.
THURSDAY, MAY 8TH, 1913 the peninsula has been tickled throughits Provision whereby counties may expend COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.

representatives in the legislaturewith public funds in publicity for the

We know a man who accomplishesa the alluring idea of being made general advantage? Nothing doing-
great deal by getting others to do the capital of the new state of South Home rule for cities, whereby the
it for him. Florida-or East Florida, which will Legislature may be saved the useless
o it be? anoyance of local charter and other

Many a man attracts more atten "The Times has, in common with almost fights of the same nature? Nothing

tion in the world than a thermometer all other newspapers in the doing.
on a pleasant day. southern and eastern part of the state Legislature in behalf of the public T. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
o looked upon the idea of division more school system? Nothing doing. .
Ever notice that a girl with a broken in the light of a joke than of a seri When is the Legislature going to I ,

heart always manages to save] ous proposition broached with any get down to business?
a few of the pieces? bona fide hope of success. But the When is it going to turn its atten- I POST OFFICE '

-- manner in which the matter is evi- tion to the serious affairs that are before -!
Children in this enlightened age: dently regarded in Tallahassee putsa it for decision? EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

are frequently spoiled without the: different phase upon it." When is it going to give some
aid of'a grandmother.You The Times makes the timely ob- thought to the needs of the State and Ito
o servation that in event of division, the devote some time to the consideration -

probably look alright to your bill should not overlook the fact that of real problems, affecting the f-'j
own friends-and the rest of the practically all of the state property progress and prosperity of Florida? :
world don't care how you look.A would be in the new state of West The people are paying a healthybill I
o Florida, for which proper compensation for the services of the men who

local paper gives an account ofa should be made. represent them at Tallahassee. Theyare

man "who blew out his braines after Further, the Times says: not paying this money for amusement SILK STOCKINGS
bidding his.wife good bye with a "But, if the result that we deprecateis for a daily vaudeville show.
shot gun. forced, we desire to put all con- They are not paying this money to
o cerned, in both states, on notice that permit conceited near-statesmen to
There are more than four thousand Tampa is in the field for capital of impress newspaper correspondentswith .
women ministers in the United States the state east of the Suwaneeandthat their brilliancy and thus obtain

and not one of them has eloped witha Tampa gets what she goes for. .luminous paragraphs in print extoll-
member of her'choir. She has never been downed yet." !. ing their virtues and their acumen. -

-o= The Times comes desperately near They are not paying this money to For Day __ (gM\;, \
A colored philosopher is reportedto stating a truth and the Sentinel and finance a mutual admiration societyat

have said: ."Life, my bredderen, the people of Orange county, as a rule Tallahassee, wherein smooth writ-
am mos'ly made up of prayin' for I feel very friendly toward Tampa. But ers and verdant legislators exchange and
rain and then wish in' it would clear I the fact that a location central to the puffs for persiflage. '
off." population of Florida will be sought What the people are paying for is Y

-o makes it appear more reasonable that RESULTS. And that is what they are EveningWear ..4;- ? V
On account of the condition of affairs Orlando will be a favorite in the race. waiting for. ;; _

in the Balkans, Mexico and Cali- We believe that if it becomes evi-
fornia the Peace Congress discussed dent that Tampa can not win the cov- COMMISSIONERS ADJOURN

ways and means instead of celebrat- eted prize that they naturally will
ing. favor Orlando. Another fact not so The Orange County Commissionershave

o remote as might appear on first suggestion adjourned after a busy session.In .
Thirty-eight farmers of Litchfield is that sooner or later the several ways, it was one of the

township, Hillsdale< -county, Michigan, State of Florida will be divided again most noted sessions in the history of
signed articles of agreement and have into Florida and South Florida. the Board. Our Personal Guarantee
formed a co-operative shipping i as- Florida is an immense state and un- The old county that had drawn itself
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sociation.The like any'other, has a soil and climate up to a stature of pride and useful- I 1'\' \
o suited to intensive farming so thata ness had been divided and four Com- Accompanies Every Pair

mistakes that one has cause to small number of acres becomes a missioners assembled where five were
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regret, as he looks back, are the ones large farm, and unlike the western accustomed to meet, and the Com-
that he made with his eyes open and plains, the population will be more missioners' Districts and Election
against the admonition of wellmeaning dense. And if the rate of increase in Precincts had to be worked over to Marion B. Ives
friends. 4 population for the next fifteen years meet new conditions. But the Com-
o flanks that of the past five years, missioners met the responsibilities

The devil must fly away with the Florida will be a thickly populatedstate. cheerfully, without a grouch or word
bad people when they die. You can With the drainage of the Ever- of censure for that part of the fam-

read every headstone in any grave- glades and bringing under cultiva- ily that had taken its departure. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
yard and you won't find any of them tion by actual settlers and the build-
buried there. ing of cross country roads, the geo- ORANGE COUNTY PRECINCTS .

. 0 graphy of Florida will be meterially Second FloorMay
The New Jersey man who com- changed and conditions will ripen into Orange county, before the creationof .
mitted suicide because he preferred a demand for a new state. Seminole, had twenty-five precinctsbut

death to beating carpets probably Florida, with her vast acres, will in- with the partition, nine precinctswent

thought one excuse would serve as vite a population, the most dense in to the new county- ., leaving six-
well as another.It the United States, with a taxable teen to Orange, but disarranged the
o property exceeding any other state, precincts that it became necessaryto the peace pipe today in the
within the next practically reform the entire Seminole wig warn, be handed from
quarter of a century. committee
have been noticed that the
may Although from precincts and add lip to lip and as the smoke rolls
Florida Legislators have always been point of settlement, three new AUTOMOBILE
Florida is the oldest state in the Un- ones ,so that as Orange county now heavenward, may each, like the heroesof
perfectly willing to vote on division.It .
his hand toward God and
ion, from stands there nineteen old, lift
yet point of development it are precinctsand
will
soon be time for them to vote
is the there will be say, "This for me, this for me"WHO'S
on adjourning.We newest, and in fact is now justin a working force of
o the first stages of development. All nineteen men on the Executive Com o BULLETIN
these things must be taken into con- mittee. WHO IN MERCHANDISING
are inclined to uphold the suffragettes .
sideration in locating a new capitalfor
even though they be mili- When a manufacturer perfects some
tants, but if the English sisters start the chariot of progress is sweep- SEMINOLE MEETING TODAY new article of merit, the first question
ing through Florida and
the
kidnapping Cabinet ministers they next gen- that comes up is how to market it;
eration will be demanding a South The nine committeemen who for- These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one Is
should be prosecuted for misuse of how to create a demand for it.
the males. Florida. merly constituted a part of the Or- The usual answer is to place his guaranteed to I be in first-class condition, is fully equipped .

o o ange county family, but who now con- article in the leading stores and thento and ready to run.
SANFORD IIERALD STILL ON stitute the political of
machinery
with the retailer in
an-
co-operate
We can put up with the floods and
Seminole county, meet today in the s\
nouncing through the newspapers its
tornadoes and grin and bear it in away i The Sanford Herald
says that the first pow wow of the new tribal relation chief of excellence.The .
but Heaven alone knows howe points
could the w Sentinel is so mad about county division and the Peace Pipe has been newspaper is chosen becauseit 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger
get through of
carnage that it has cut the Herald off extended to the Holly styled "boss"of
a militant suffrage war such as Eng the is the most potent medium for
exchange list. extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
land is now undergoing.The Orange county by several chiefs spreading information, the surest way ,
Not
guilty, Bro. Holly; your name i,of the new camp, who sought infor- of reaching the greatest number in
o absorbers etc. $600.00
is still written there. The chances mation on the subject of starting the the quickest of time.It ,
space
stork is a strange acting bird. are that you have some neighbors like new machine. And while that "boss" is not surprising that so muchof
He won't go near a house where theywould a few Orlando people, who do not was unalterably opposed to county
information
especially -
give him a million dollars fora take the Sentinel, but who borrow division, it is not in his heart to lay our present-day that which benefits us the 1 1910 Cadillac four-passenger, fully
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baby, but he will bring another to their neighbor's paper when the subscriber
up any grudge against his
new neigh- from the habit of reading
most, comes
a home where they have seven that is not looking.No bor and if he can furnish any lubricator advertisements.A equipped, $600.00.
they don't know what to do with. siree, we want you to have the that will help make the ma- newspaper little careful study each day gives

o Sentinel. chinery of the new organization run of
knowledge
working
us a practical
Excessive grief is not always to be o smoothly, it will afford him great every worth-while store and most of 1 Model 10 Buick repainted andre
judged by demonstration. To illustrate NEW CADILLAC pleasure to do so. of
and lines
the leading dependable
: A well known citizen died For sale at a bargain. Completely There were personal calls and telephone : merchandise in the world. built $300.00.San .
and while the-. sermon was being equipped. Electric lights and elec- calls for directions for running

preached the J Y iddowcried, and she tric starter. Seat covers,bumper,I, the complex political machine, and
threw -herself into the grave at the trunk rack, electric horn, speedometer 1 they were cheerfully responded to by One of the best shows of the sea-

cemetary and' several men had diffi Clock, windshield, silk mohair the man who, by close association son at the Lucerne tonight. Don't j

culty in getting her out. Within six top, nickel plated trimmings through- with two of the noted political workers fainl to see it. Juan Garage

months she had remarried, and she out. Extra tire and tire cover. Rea- of Orange county during their -

has had three husbands since. Now I for car. Address box No. 568, City. life time, naturally fell heir to the After fortune has smiled on a man
she is a grass widdow. 6-7 tf cloak of political scholarship. he can afford to laugh and grow fat.
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THE STORE OF SATISFACTIONSatisfaction Material of Voiles, Panamas, San Toys, Wide Wale Chevand Floral designs. 27 inch goods, SOc and 75e and in 45-Inck

iots, Wool Taffetas, Whipcords, and Suiting Serges, in Colorgoods, $1.00 and $1.25.SWISS .
to customers as they get goods that are -
our ings of Gray, Fawn, Cadet, Brown, Navy and Blacks. Prices ALL OVER EMBROIDERY
perfect, reliable and seasonable; and Satisfaction to ourselves,
from $3.50 to $10.00
range
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 theyard.

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We buy nothing of a JOB nature, as JOBS always con DRESSES

sist of one of three things, (Last season's bad sellers, im- STRAW HATS FOR MEN

perfect 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

prices are right. 50c to $3.00 a garment. Genuine Panamar, ?.00 to $10.00 in all shapes.

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

We have iust received a large shipment of NEW SWISS EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Linens, Gliria, etc. Prices range from 25c to 125.

READY In beautiful Plouen and St. Gall in Don't the
TO WEAR SKIRTS patterns, conventional. forget place. -. ,,,.'W





F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange AvenueWADE







Mr. H. M. Shaw, of Baltimore, is A LETTER FROM MAINEA I WILL BE CLOSELY WATCHED J. P. HOLBROOK RETIRESMr.

among the late arrivals at the San

TUNER Juan. letter received from Mr. F. B. Performances of "Joe Douglass," Marion J. P. Holbrook is now on the

THE FLA.P Dale, dated at Portland, Maine, May County's Rapid Pacer. retired list. The man who made the
ORLANDO. Among the popular transportationmen Marion county will be representedin e
5, says that one day last week, mer- Ford famous in Orlando, sells out and
sojourning in Orlando today, is : the big race meets in the middle
cury went up to 93 in New York City. will take a vacation among the blue
Mr. Colfax Sanderson, of Jackson- west this year. Mr. Leslie L. Horne AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT
But up in Portlant it is cool yet and grass hills of Kentucky. Mr. Holbrookhas
ville. I a few days sold his "JoeDouglass" : E. L. Murray
J. Philo, of Cleveland, 0., who the great chain of lakes to the north! ago pacer been a very successful salesmanand
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to Mr. ;Office Phone 409 Phone 542
C. G. Wescott -Residence
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has spent the winter in that City, has still have ice on them fifteen inches : has placed many Ford cars in Orange -
Mr. J. H. Boyd came from Tennessee prominent horseman of Orlando, who
to his home city. thick. county. The Ford, popular everywhere -
gone about a year ago and, like many will enter him in the grand circuit I
Mr. Dale will be remembered NEW AUTOMOBILECost
as one particularly so in Florida, i
others, fell in love with Orlando and I races starting in a short time in Mich- I
Wm. H. Coombs, of Jacksou, Mich- of our most popular winter residents, where we have so many sandy'roads. I
Orlando products so much so that he igan. "Joe Douglass" is of the
igan, has purchased a lot in this city owning a beautiful bungalow in this one Mr. Grey Rush, who succeeds to $2200. Will trade for house
and is aranging to have a house built took unto himself a wife from among city. They expect to reach their sum- fastest Marion county horses ever the Ford Agency, is a man of wide !and lot or good lot to build on. This
the fair maidens and Miss Dorothy raised. He has record of !
a 2:191h.
for a home. mer retreat at Mingo Springs about experience in the auto business, a I car is equipped with electric lights\
is Mrs. J. H. He is
Grant five
now Boyd. years old and was raised
June 1. splendid salesman and a clever man and electric starter, seat covers, bumper
I' by Mr. Horne, and it withouti I
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jackson, well I goes to do business with, and the Ford I trunk rack, electric horn, speedometer
Messrs. S. J. Gore, W. J. Osteen, I i saying that a handsome sum was
known Piedmont people, were in Or- A WELCOME CALLER car will continue to be popular in clock, windshield, silk mohair
L. B. Partin and S. A. Partin, of Ft. I I realized when he was parted with.
lando yesterday mixing with their Orlando. The new Ford garage on i top, nickel trimmings throughout. Extra -
Christmas, are in the city for a few I The performances of "Joe Douglass"I
friends.Mr. Dean Sherrod, of St. Luke's Cathedral I East, Church street is one of the best I tire, tube and tire cover. Rea-
many days' sojourn as they are membersof 'I'in fast will be watched with
called at the office yesterday to company in the city.A l son for selling: have no further use
the Grand With such excel- Ocala Star. I
J. C. Talley, a former resident I Jury. get acquainted with the men who I' I for car. Address box No. 568, City.
lent gentlemen on the Grand Jury, the I much interest by our local men.-
of this city, but now of the busy city make the Daily Sentinel. I NEW BUSINESS HOUSE 5-7 tf
people of Orange are surely in safe I
of St. Petersburg, was in the city The editor regrets that he was out
yesterday. Mr. Talley was a bidderon hands. and did not have the pleasure of meeting THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAY. I COMMITTEE TO MEET

the school job. [ the new Dean, but from the nice I I Mr. E. H. Gore has resigned his
I Hon. Joseph L Guernsey left yes- things said of him by those who have : A petition is being circulated and is I position as mail carrier in the city I I There will be: ;meeting of the Orange

Mr. C. J. Phelps, who has residedin I terday for Jacksonville and St. Au- come in touch with him, he feels sure, : signed by all the business houses of, of Orlando, a position which he has County Democratic Executiveat

this city during the past year has gustine on business and will be ab- he will meet a lovable man-a man the city except three so we are in- I filled with credit to himself and satis-I. the court house in Orlando, Fla., on

shipped his household goods to Mar-I sent several days. Mr. Guernsey who will do the community great formed,are to follow the usual custom faction to the patrons of the Orlando Saturday, May lOthf 1913, at 10

ion, Ohio, his former home and, with denies that there is any pleasure good. !|!of making Thursday afternoon each office for eight years, and Mr. Blythe o'clock a. m., for the purpose of recommending -
his family, leaves today. 11 mixed with this trip, as he says the I week a half holiday during the sum- Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.' to the Governor, a suc-

.only time he gets for pleasure is on St. Petersburg is represented in, Watson, who is now acting as substi- cessor to fill the place made vacant

Mr. Ed M. Pope has purchased the the Orlando Golf Links. Orlando today by Mr. H. G. Scott. mer.While the newspaper force knowsno ; tute will in all probability be appointed by the death of Jas. A. Kirkwood,

interest of Mr. Cox in the Pope& Cox i such thing as half holidays, yet we Mr. Gore's successor. Sheriff of Orange County, and transacting -
Restaurant on Pine street and Mr. Mr. B. T. Boyd, president of the Mrs. W. L Lewis and pretty little are glad to see our brethren especially Mr. Gore and Mr. J. M. Caruthers .I any other business which may

Pope will continue to cater to the(I Winter Garden Bank and one of the daughter, Zoe, have returned froma the counter artists, enjoy this i have formed a partnership and will come before it. it

wants of the hungry public. I!leading business men and fruit growers visit to Baltimore.Mr. ] during the warm days of summer.I engage in the retail grocery business SETH WOODRUFF,

I I of that section, was in Orlando I It serves a double purpose. The ; in the room recently vacated by John Chairman.
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Mrs. Gertrude McDade of No. 11 I! yesterday on business. He reports J. C. Harris, of Waycross, Gais .,I clerks come' up smiling after thishalf | Rowland on Pine street. Both men JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary.,

Broadway, who underwent a critical splendid crops and farming prosperous. a visitor to Orlando. He is a guestof day of recreation, and the restof are well and favorably known in Or- Orlando, Fla, May 3rd, 1913.
surgical operation last Thursday, is This is good news to everybody the San Juan. us smile as we listen to the golf f i lando.
for when the farmer tales and fish stories. '! NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR
recovering rapidly and is improvingeach prospers, everybody Mr. Caruthers.. for the past six____ ADOPTION OF CHILD
day. This will be rejoicing news I prospers.It Mrs. W. A. Sanders and Mrs. J. Yes, let us have the half holiday I years has been clerking for Dickson

to her many friends.St. A. Roll, of Cleveland, Ohio, are among and have a good time while we may. I i ii& Ives and is a thoroughly competent signed Notice, Neal is hereby R. Matthew given that and we Eva, the Matthews under.,

is said that an Orlando lady whenon the guests at the SCan Juan. i, man. Mr. Gore, who has been well husband and wife, will, on the 2nd day of

Cecelia's Guild will give a reception the eve of starting to the Club be-i THE JOLLY CRUISERS RETURNMr. I known among the newspaper men June James A.W. D.Perkins, 1913,, Judge apply of to he the Seventh Honorable Judicial -

for Dean and Mrs. Sherrod at fore which she was to deliver a lee Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sage, who with whom he worked for several Circuit of Florida in and for Orange
county for an order granting said
petitioners
Bishopstead, this evening, from eightto ture, remarked to her husband, "Dear, I have been enjoying a visit to Orlando, H. L. Beeman and son, Edwin, years, has also had some experiencein leave to adopt Louis Bell Doe (whoM-
.1 feel so nervous, I fear I will break left yesterday for their the grocery business and being I further and othr surname is to these petItioners
ten, to which the members of summer homein and James Laughlin 3rd, returned yes- a unknown,) an infant female; child
the Cathedral parish and the general down." He retorted, "You never break Des Moines, Iowa. terday from an extended cruise down good book keeper, the firm will hitch of the age of about NEAL three R.months.

public are invited. down when delivering a curtain lecture the Halifax river, where they did up well. EVA MATHEWS MATHEWS
She went the Club A novel feature of their Starbuck t: Starbuck,
to me. to Russell's Point was the rendezvouslast some angling with but indifferent store will Attorneys for Petitioners.
Mr. J. E. Mattocks, one of Kissim- delivered her lecture and didn't break night for a number of Orlando's success, but that they had a good timeis be that the firm will carry a supplyof w4wb

mee's leading business men, was i in]I down. young people on pleasure bent. An attested by the certificate writtenin cut and potted flowers for sale,

Orlando yesterday. Mr. Mattocks i is I all around enjoyable time was the their faces by Florida sunshine.The also as Mr. Caruthers is a skilled The United States imported 95,000-

interested in the lake Gem home The city of Coppenhagen, including report brought into this office at an gentlemen all eminently satis- florist and has many lovely flowers. 000 pounds and exported 70,000,000

proposition near this city, which is i the cuburb of Frederiksberg, has a early hour this morning by some of fied with the trip and threaten to do We wish the new firm abundant suc- pounds of tinplate in 1911.

one of the attractive propositions to I total population of 559,398. the participants. the same trick again. cess.

home builders.To -
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The congress of Uruguay is plane : Port Northrop, of Townada, Pa., Atlantic City had 1,043 populationin I I J. B. LAWTON, JR., FOR SHERIFF Paul A. Horn
strike a man for a loan is I ning to make the manufacture of alco- says he has a hen which lays square 1879. Now it has $50,000 residents'

thing. A successful touch is another.. hol a government monopoly. eggs. and at times has 300,000 visitors. to Having the Democratic decided to present Executive my name Com-

mittee of Orange county for the of. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
ffice of Sheriff, I shall appreciate the
MIIMIIieillllllltllllllillllllliilillllllHIHHimH.HIIIIIiii llHII ''IlilMllltMIMMIIMMMMIM. moral support of all friends who be- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
IIMiillllltllltttllMIIHIIIIilMtltlM IHHMMIMMMMMIIMIiiil. [, lieve me entitled to succeed the late
James A. Kirkwood.
J. B. LAWTON, JR. I Box 624 Orlando F1a.
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ITEMS. expect to live the camp life for the M.- .
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summer.
' Mr. L Garrett reports a fine meeting Recently some Taft parties made a
at DeLand of the Horticultural visit to the home of Mr. and ,Mrs.V. ter Have Vacate this Month

Society. There were over three hun- C Severance, who reside three
dred in attendance. miles southeast of Taft and enjoyeda -

Mr. Irwin Garrett and two of his very pleasant time. Eighteen monthsago

children are visiting at the Garrett Mr. Severance came from the Am Offering Men and Boys' Pants
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home. city and moved on undeveloped land,

The attendance at Conference was built a comfortable home, equipped Hats Caps Etc. at Half Price
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very good. with modern conveniences, such as

Mrs. J. A. Garrett purchased a five are enjoyed in the city.
acre tract of land, well fenced from Their house, porch and yard are Any three ties in the house (for $1.00

Mr. Burrell Scott. lighted from. a gas machine in an .

An infant child of Mr. Jesse Fen- out building, while the kitchen con-
ders was interred Wednesday after- tains a modern gas range; making it A Vacation Hint i I Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose

noon in the Conway cemetery.A very desirable in hot weather. I IMP1I} Before
you buy a railroad ticket "
very pleasant party was enjoyed The windows .are equipped with for this or that summer resort, 3 pairs for $1.00
Saturday evening at Mr. Keene'son novel fly screens, which turn the flies look
come in and at our MidSummer
the Dashwood place. outside as soon as they come in con- z_ Woolen line and let us make
Mrs. Percy E. Cully with her friend tact with the screen. The gas machineand cool
a Summer Outing Suit for
and neighbor from Chuluota, visited fly screens are his own invention

Mrs. J. A. Barber for the weekend.Mr. I which, he says, will shortly be manu- I L... ,J you.We make a specialty of Nor- N1 CLARK L ROBERTSON[ T
E. J. Streuber has set out a factured in Florida.He folks and will be pleased to I
fine young grove with an irrigation has a complete shop and labora- show you a few of our latest
plant which will enable him to irri- tory equipped with tools and machinery I models.Men's I., tea
gate in dry seasons. He has a for experimental work along inventive If: ,

large scope cleared from the lake lines. Fashion Shop I Iv
front txtending back on the high pine Some two or three acres are fenced .tllllMIIIHtliiillllHIIIIIIMIIMMttHIMMIittHTHE
land which will make ideal building for a chicken park ,and, they have Hand Building
sites. about four hundred, mostly of the Cor. Church and Orange Orlando : 11\1 I\ I

They expect to erect a beautiful best strain of white leghorn type, MARKET
residence on the spot where the for- which were imported from Tennessee.
mer building was destroyed by fire. Having seen most of the land be- ,
We remarked on the number of good tween Jacksonville and Ft. Myers, Mr.
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brick saved from the wreck to whichhe Severance is a firm believer in the future BUSINESS BOOSTERS - Of Cleanliness Of Quality .
of this of the state. He ---- tmilllMHIMlHTHE
answered, "We will manufactureour part CLASSIFIED .
own brick for building purposes." says when this land is properly drained Business Boosters (classified adver- II
They have plenty of white sand if which no doubt will be within the tisements) received after 10 o'clock II I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto I ,
they can find the proper clay for that next two years, there is no telling Classify" column.
purpose.Mr. where-land prices will go to, as he is Boosters of five lines: or less-approximately ONE CIGAR 'THAT FISH AND GAME

Harple and daughter have returned demonstrating on his own place what 30 words one time 25 ""'"'"" """ "
cents; three times 50 ; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the soil will produce under favorable
their home
to at Zephyr Hills wkly .
editions
and
([six daily one )
and the Streuber Brothers have conditions. He has shown conclusively month, 3.00. EVERYBODY LIKESHAWLEY'S
pur- 11.00; one $ Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
chased his interest: in the estate. what one can do in this country ina
short space of time. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
touring car. Large and roomy.
TAFT ITEMS. 4-20 tf J., MAGRUDER., We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
THE ACME TOUCH.
Mrs. E. A. Warner, sister of Geo. BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
suburb in east of the city. Carl 'STRAIGHTSI
part
Thomas, of this place, left last
Fridayfor In the course of my work and ex- Jensen. I
Atlanta. Mrs. Warner expects to periments with pianos, I have discovered I
come back next fall. a means of action adjustmentfor OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I. The PARLOR MARKET '
Mr. C. A. Tompkins was a busi- to the Northeast of the city and :I Get the best :
upright pianos that brings the action I[ still have some choice lots there. cigar at five
ness visitor in Orlando last Saturday.Mr. I to the highest point of responsiveness. Carl Jensen. :: ; cents, the next time you :

and Mrs. B. E. Miller, of Or- The change is unmistakable, I: ; want to smoke-judge for : H. M.. Self & Co.
lando, were the Sunday guests of Mr. the improved FEEL of the keys made I WANTED position as manager, II"! yourself. III"
caretaker and collector for non-
and Mrs. A. L. I II
Wright.Mr. and to the
doubly responsive pleasing resident property owners. By man of I I III
J. H. Estes made a business performer. During the next three experience who can give it close at- I III" I 18-20 PINE STREET
trip to Orlando last Thursday.Mr. months, I wish to tune two hundred tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel II I
and Mrs. Richardson entertained 4- ; Made in Orlando and sold :
pianos in and around Orlando, and Phone 80IIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
No
, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Severanceat without extra charge, will give all FOR SALE-New sevenroon house, by all dealers. I

dinner Sunday.Mr. upright pianos this most delightful with all modem improvements.
$3,000. Will take automobile in part I
and Mrs. Chas. Hartley and .
touch improvement. Next winter I
Address Owner, care Sentinel.
son, Edward, spent Sunday with Mr. expect to charge five dollars extra for pay. I illllillMMMMIIlllllM -
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and Mrs. Ed. Spahler, of Pine Castle. the readjustment independent of the WANTED business partner in a
Mr. and Mrs. Kerr gave a dinner manufacturing business with well IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIMIHtltllllllllHIIIIIIIHtIn
Sunday to Mr.J. H.Estes and the Rev. tuning. established trade. Need more capital
4-26 6t WADE the tuner.
make
and will take partner or will a
Mr. Mallory.Mr. stock company with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME TO
A. E. Boyce, wife and grand- 000 capital. Plant up to date and in New QuartersWe
daughter arrived Monday from Wau- Subscribe for the Sentinel excellent condition. Address Manu-
ROYAL PALM
facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf
chula, Fla. They expect to make this

their home and will occupy the build- IMMMIIIMIIHMIIIII FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon
Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Enox. BARBER SHOP
ing formerly used as the bakery.
Mothers' Day will be observed at 1F -y.- .:T are now located in the new Hyer.

the Methodist church next Sunday. Autos For Rent at FOR-The highest Methodist bidder. Sealed church bids to the ac- Modem and Complete. & Davis Church

Rev. Mallory will preach an appro- SALE eepted to May 6th, 12 o'clock Everything new, individual building on street.
priate sermon and there will be noon. F. A. CURTIS. electric attachments
at
espe- Hour every
Any We better fil all
cial music. 4-29 6tESTRAYI chair. No atone has been left are prepared to your

Mrs. C. H. Nelson was a visitorin have taken up as an unturned to make this shop theHARDWARE
in
Orlando last Friday. estray one Dunn Cow with few meet th erequirements of the wants
Seven Passenger white spots. Crop and under
upper '
About twenty of Taft's congenialfolks most particular. Plenty of i
bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other
surprised Mr. and Mrs. Loo STEVENS DURYEA ear. Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, room. Courteous attendants. LINE

Tuesday night by going to their home N Pine Castle, Fla. tf ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
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where the evening was spent in sing-
Ride in a Good Car.'Phone WANTED-Set of books to keep to Proprietor.
ing and. social conversation. Light
refreshments were served. After the take part of time. Address "Book Orange Are, Orlando, Fla. THE
keeper, care Sentinel. 5-6 3t
social hand shake, all departed wish-

ing that such happy occasions were FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur- \ HELMS HARDWARE
not so few and far between.Mr. 34 nished, Concord Park, one block
and Mrs. H. C. Hammond from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month.
Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave.
Inquire
COMPANYHtttltltttlllllimiitMlllitltmillllMIMMfitf
moved a part of their household goodsto Apr.27 May4-ll

Sand Lake Wednesday where they I
WANTED-Position in Drug Store When you want any of the
by an experienced young man as
soda dispenser of front store man. EMERGENCY SUPPUES .
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Can furnish good references. Applyat mentioned in
Sentinel office. 5-5-3t MlllltlimitHIIMIIilMMHMIiMMIMiMIIIIHMKeep
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook
WANTED TO CHANGE-68 acres of
land % mile from railroad station,
Cool
in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price
HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF 6,500, encumbered for $1000. Want
good orange and grapefruit grove,
good buildings in Central or South
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have: ofFirst
other properties will exchange and,
will assume. Address, Box 427,
SpringClothing 4-30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo. Aid Fireless CookersAND


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; ; FRANK HYERS here is the place to get

Manufacturer of Artificial them. Call or 'phone.

I ) I Stone, Fancy Columns and
ELECTRIC FANSTO
| ; Ornamental Work &

i! and RailroadEVERYTHING Co.
Ever shown. This stock includes I. Livingston DeLaney Drug

REGAL SHOES, $3.501.00, Orange Avenue, KEEP COOL-WITH-

$4.50.It .

will be a pleasure to show [ELECTRIC l[
you the difference between our GOOD WORK MULES IRONS s AND TOASTERS[ S SFOR

goods and others you may see.

We are behind every piece of -IN- COMFORT
For Sale by
merchandise we sell and same


must give our you stock satisfaction.See of STRAW. FEEDFOR- H. G. HarperSouth T the PIERCE f ELECTRIC[ C01 L

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR Hughy St Phone 534 ", .

ETC., I _

LIVE( STOCK I I Hauling of all kinds, and plow HAND BUILDINGCONWAY .

ing carefully looked after.

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Whit. HOUM Clerkship ,

May Qo to Mill Hill.

Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
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Total Resources over Three-quarters of a HiOioB.I MOTION PICTURES

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Statement t* Ue Oriaaio Buk sad .

Treat Co, at do* ., MMM I

-i: April Iftfc, 1I1S-TW 8er- To-Nidht

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and DUeowrti.....9MB497JI :

t Overdraft .............. ttttt I
Real Estate, Furniture : Three Ibel 'Feature '

I aad Fixtures .......... 16, E.41 :

t Stocks and Bond ........ M.01&3S :
A Massive
Production
with
Cash on haM and in Banks 8U81.11 tt tI a plot so

that its like has been
444::' 1 t Total ................1789,26068 : unique never seen

3 LIABILITIES I. in Orlando before Don't fail to see it,
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9 b7 American Press Association.KIM .
i Capital Stock ...........flW.OW.00 :
1LBUTA HILL. I '- Surplus and Undivided :

The friends of Miss Alberta Hill_are Profit ................ 24444JI : SPECIAL MATINEE, 3 to 5. Admission 5c. to all.

trying to Induce President Wilson to Deposits ................ MU1US :
EVENING
Entire Balcony, 5c. (10 all. Lower Floor, lOc
establish a White House precedent by

appointing her to the position of record 3 : ) Total ........ .....f789.260.fllL
clerk of the executive mansion. The :i' V
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' office of record clerk wu created by w -l :.. Ysoll i (R' Come Early and Avoid the Rush !

congress two years ago. but It has never ---- Deposits Aprfl 4, Uti......"7UIDepoaiU I' S
been filled. \
Miss Hill by her index work at the April 18, 1911... 66M1UI .

Democratic national headquarters during .... SUUa GmBMat, State and Cetity D"llII.y Increase in 12 days ....." .
the Wilson campaign called forth 6.U2MJ8J

much who favorable had anything comment to do from with everyone the -: --i-p :::- : 0 wry .

management of this bureau.In .
an entirely different manner Hiss
Hill also earned the gratitude of Mr. IIIMmilHmiHmiimilimiMIMIMIIIilllimMllillilMIIIHHIMMW.
Wilson. She made a number of speeches Before You
la the interest of his candidacy and
also did a lot of unpretentious but effective -
private missionary work.
Miss Hill Is the daughter of Mrs. Alberta M. SLEMONSWe
Hill formerly the wife of a Buy
wealthy resident of Chicago Her .
childhood days were spent In Japan
and she Is an ardent suffragist Several ..
years ago Miss Hill and her moth

er there traveled made an in extensive Australia study and of while municipal are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Consider Quality, Style,

problems with reference to
equal suffrage Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you
Miss Hill\ once said that she had Price and then choose:
three 8mbltlon. -thO election of Wood- can buy. ,
row Wilson as president the salvation
of American politics and her own elec- .
tion to the assembly of New York MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US

state The Democratic success in November -
she believes gratified the first ARE WELL DRESSED.
Allen
& Co.
two The third she hopes to come true I
1 In 1921 for she feels sure that by that
time the women of, New York will Our prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying
have the ballolFASHION

elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. JEWELERS.

COLLEGE AT BERLIN. .

WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
Professor Doege to Start Institution to Orlando FloridaLet
Fight Parisian Ideas. I. ,

The Berlin capital Is developing a
revolt against the predominance of
Parisian fashions. Professor Doege, I
the eminent expert in the history of W. M. SLEMONS
costumes proposes to found a univer :
Us Your Watch
slty of women's fashions Regulate
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lie says jhis is the only possible way
of delivering Germany from the domination .,..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGIIII
of Paris in fashions The past,I i I EVERYfdUW GUARANTEED
attempts of German artists to effect j illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'I'leGI& '. .H9 11fUt t 1L + 44444ii
this aim have failed owing to their;:
lack of practical knowledge and the.

absence In Berlin of a costume trad! ii IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN
tion. The university will have a library

An institution of past fashions.of this kind exists at THis Wall Board

Paris and Professor Doege has already
obtained approval of his plan from
many eminent persons. Including the THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Saves Building Money!
artists Westphal and Schulze and numerous -
dress reformers.At HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
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a meeting called to discuss the DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO
100
project a woman speaker said that the % Better and 50% Cheaper
university should be directed by a MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
famous artist and the practical side Than PlasteringBeautiful
controlled by an expert In tailoring REFUNDED.
and millinery. In order to keep in and DurableYou
touch witb the life of fashion the unto
versity should have connections with cut plastering cost in half by
Orlando using Bishopric Wall Board for walls
the most and with Salomon
Important shops B.
and ceilings in your new house, and
some of the better theaters. get better results. "Bishopric" looks
better, lasts longer and saves time in
Attractive and Useful flllMIIIMM tilliillMMIIIIIMMIMMMMMMMMIMMMimMMf building.
Powder chamois that are attractive $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
aDd particularly useful on account of
"Bishopric"is the only wall board stiffened
their shape are made u follows: Cut DID YOU BUT I with lath. Kiln-dried lath are Imbedded to z..,
of chamois and of ribbon toughened Asphalt-af astic and surfaced with ,
strip
a a piece
I I UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG heavy fibre-board. Is moisture-proof. ratproot -
tare Inches wide and about nine Inch- sound-proof and fire-resisting. Will not i '
I overheard a prominent Hardware warp shrink buckle or pun loose in any cli
ee long cutting one end the shape of dealer aay this moM to a H... ThTARTlSTIC PICTUfi'fiSMER of Orlando mate winter or summer. Our $5,(000 Anti- f -
aa envelope flap. Sew these together Warp Bond protects every customer.
nent dtUen of Orlando, I woU hi* ? _ _
'7 overcasting the edge. Then turn bought land at $150 and tuG bx. PING STREeT Saves a Month's Time
the straight end up about two Inches did not do it : a
and sew the sides together to form a At the time he referred to I *] dry.Comes Just in nail sheets it to ready bare studding for use. and Goes it on is
pocket or envelope. Finish the edge for an Orlando nan several hostotf I ready at once for any kind of decoration. 1
Edges meet evenly- paneling seeded. Beats FlatterInvestigate
of land in Orange eon.- let no "Bubopric"
all around with a dainty valendennes acres Saves a month's time in banding
per acre, same tod fc MW Sheets are 4 feet 16 sheets to the
ear Armenian edging and sew two tiny sold tie THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor square
in 10 and aert trMtofai crate. Prices low. Anyone who caa drive Now!
ateces of ribbon something to match per acre, and U cheap at tUt nails cu apply it.Gives.
the wide riii'jyu: on the outside, one on pow Look into this
Sale at tH Ctftr StentOrlando's Users -aavingLasting --
money
tic flap and the other at the point mat were the OrUndo people haying building material.
where it folds like an envelope. The at that time! Gold thing stack Newest Cigar Male IB Ortafc. Satisfaction Any of the dealers _>
picket will quantity of If had bought land yon eoiM "1&U with great pleuaro that I write yon la reSlamed below wd
hold a you
quite lUll to roar Bishopric Wall Board: tin looflai
powder and small figure your profit You knew BOB Havana and Florida Wrappers which two of mj brother hue used with more\ll1Ia gladly show yon this
without spilling a the minim food remit,aad find it the handiomert and beet wonderful non-warping.
shaken out time ago your profit on that Bon r caa bar. They have also interested a Stln1 Ae._
ejcantlty at be and Be Coaviieed Wall Board.
a time can stock without having to figure on it Try One Bomber of their friend ia TOOT good,and are nor fire-resisting _.l. """Y__.L.
t* the long flap for use. A girl's toilet the plowed with retail.** Learn bowyou can save time
articles If you have not yet bought some JUS A55A HUES,10061 Second Bt,Lima 0. and money by using it. See your dealer today
are hardly complete without Orlando or Orange ceucty property, HERMAN H. PINDER M'f'g'r! o
ate of these, and any woman who can there U still opportunities for large For Sale
snake fancy articles will find her sapnply profits, and I can show )011. by
212 Son th Orange
can readily be disposed of. I can sell you something that will
make you money, but your going min-
Hint Per Bazaar Workers. stock will not buy it Orlando Novelty Works

When making pretty articles for ba. Call and see me.CARL JANSEN, An editor's guess: "Our esteemed]I their winter quarters in Jacksonville;

Bars, such as aprons or pinafores. one Office over Diduon A Ins, Orange fellow townsmen, James L. Brown, the Lubin Motion Picture Companyhas

woman always cuts out the pattern in Avenue, Orlando, Fla. will go to the hospital tomorrow to gone to Philadelphia. They will The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf g. Co.,Cincinnati Ohio
tissue leper and fold It up neatly to The banks and the business men of be operated on for appendicitis. He return to Jacksonville in the fall. (102)'
wit with the apron. etG One can always Orlando know me, if you do not, ask'them. and children."
widow two
will leave a
get ID additional casein for it and .
tf the Pattmi Is ..good ;Ooe the buyer -Ladies Home Journal. Besides the people who evade the WALL BOARD
18 plfbt'l.l to hare It -
and' pay the ex- truth because they are polite there
tra amount of
money After successful season in others.F
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Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon and daughter,
Louis C. Massey, President. of Paro Paro, Mich., arrived Friday

T. Ffctoa Wulow.. Yie .Pm.HmH 8. Witan H*... OMlkr evening and expect to make their I How much money would
C. Bibcock. Ant CMkbrj StmadA.N tJ.AMtCttU home here. They are at present stop-
ping at the Geneva House.
Miss Gladys Lerzette, of Oviedo, is
: THESTATE I II I visiting here this week. you like to spend for

Mr. Melvin is recovering from injuries I
sustained in an automobile ac- '
cident two weeks ago. Although still
BANK feeling the effects, he is able to be
up and about.
Mrs. G. P. Geiger and children, of
May Port, spent several days with i $BIzz $ Z241(( I
relatives and friends here last week.I
of OrlandoTHE Our Sunday school picnic last Sat Class Class
urday was a decided success. The
No. 2 Nos. 2and
people began to gather under the
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shady oaks, on the west shore of
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND beautiful Lake Harney, where many I I
picnics are held each season of the I
year. Quite a number of people from
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neighboring towns were present be-i I t

The Bank which transacts more business than sides several strangers. The forenoonwas $ _
pleasantly spent in social inter- $$3300

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa course and about twelve the large Class ________ I
tables were made ready and after a
brief invocation by Mr. McLain, all I. No. 50 .
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up were invited to partake of the many k4 .J No. 100

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound good things to eat consisting of fresh
fish, chicken and many other kinds of
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate meats, with pies, cakes and salads,

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis too numerous to mention. Ice cold

reuected in the large amount of deposits. lemonade and ice cream were also i in s25

Average deposits First Quarter of 1918, $900,000. abundance.Early in the afternoon, the happy -"r. __ $$561O l

company assembled some distance __
, : from the picnic grounds upon a grassy No. 5 ___ Nos.5and
j FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur plot, where a May Pole had previously ___ 5A
been erected and little Miss Barbara
McLain was crowned, "Queen 0' theMay
," after which twelve of the schoolgirls

correspondent banks are located in every part of marched around the May Pole Join any ot our Saving Clubs and yon can have either of the
keeping time to the beautiful strair
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the .
of "Nellie Gray," which was well rendered -
amounts to
above spend
United States. by Misses Pearl and Margie
Kilbee. All in all, it was a day well: "" "
rtlllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIHMMIIIlillllIMM spent, and long to be remembered. S
Call and get a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
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MRS. J. M. THAYER HOSTESS AT I NATIONAL SONGS AT NORTH PINE CASTLE ITEMS

LUNCHEONThe HIGHLANDS II The Peoples National Bank"It
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner and youngson
members of the Pure Food Tuesday night the twenty-third con- :! spent Sunday in Tampa.
Committee of the Civic League were cert was given. Three more Glover V. Reeves, son of Mr. and is a pleasure to serve you."
prettily entertained by Mrs. J. M. sicales will be held. On the mU-1:Mrs. J. J. Reeves, was at home recently -
Thayer yesterday with a luncheon at:!I teenth of May, Miss Agnes Hill I II on a short vacation from his llllllllM
her- attractive home on Lake Chero I I.I Maitland, will play several numbers :studies at the Naval Academy, at An-
kee.This by composers of the Modern French I napolis, Md. :
committee, of which Mrs. School. Rev. Dr. John Stagg will givea Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Liveugood left 1I11111I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"
Thayer is chairman, is an active one, short address on French music. Tuesday for their northern tome at : .
full of enthusiasm and held an in- Mrs. Murphy will sing songs by God- Charleston, W. Va. ,
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teresting meeting in the afternoon. ard, Chopin and Thomas and several Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheldon also '
Those, working with Mrs. Thayerare operaticarias.In left on Tuesday for their home at :
are Mrs. George- R. Newell, the National songs, one verse of Ashtabula, Ohio. t
THE I W aIT T R
T. P. Warlow, Mrs. Hilpert, Mrs. A. each was sung. In many of these Mrs. S. Frank Phillips and daughter -
P. Miller, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. the audience joined with enthusiasm.In Miss Loradale, spent Thursdaywith
J. C. Howell, Mrs. C. P. Dow and Mrs. compliment to the two Southern their cousin, Mrs. L. C. Horn, of
Jackson. hostesses, the audience, (which was Orlando.Mr. .
I I largely composed of Northern guests) C. J. Sweet is putting up a storeroom
MAY 11 MOTHERS' DAY rose at the first strains of Dixie. In at the corner of Main and Di-
thanking them for this delicate courtesy vision streets, where he will conductan 4 BIG SPECIALS 4
Mothers' Day will be celebratedthis to the Southland, Mrs. Murphysaid ice cream parlor, lunch counter and
year on Sunday, May 11, special "Now let us return the compli meat market.
services being held in many of the ment by standing up when the un31r.. and Mrs. A. Q. Lancaster, of
churches of the country on that day, mortal hymn by Mrs. Julia Ward Vindemere, came over in their auto
and the wearing of white carnations, Howe is sung." It is needless to say Tuesday to look over their property
symbolizing the purity of mothers' that the Southrons present, (among here.
love being thousands of them Miss Stagg, Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. rri!
ple. Burdette), were first on their feet to DEFINITION OF MOSSBACK iIap itrIiy 'n Many
celebration of the day. join in the superb, 'Mine Eyes Have I I. y
Mothers' Day originated with a for- Seen the Glory of the Coming of the A friend asks us to define a moss- ,
mer West Virginia woman, Miss Anna I Lord." back. Well, we would say that a mossback -
Jarvis. In commenting on this remarkable is a cross between the fifth and
poem, Mrs. Murphy told what Mrs.Howe fifteenth century biped. He is found i in
MY CREED I'I had told her of the conditionsI a fossilized form in every locality in
I I under which she wrote the song-the, the United States, Orlando included. i No. 1. SHOES SHOES SHOES
To smile a bit, so I can see flickering light of the taper and in i The mark of distinction is the festoons I .
A thousand smiles smile back at me. the night for fear it would be forgotten of moss on his back which I .
Not be too wise, yet be no fool, in the morning, etc. She also exhibited the caws follow, like ants follow the I Don't miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros., Wichest
Nor tamper with the golden rule. to the guests a wonderful I trail of sugar :
---- & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
To be sincere, and love a lot, trophy which she proudly possessed.This He is as "skeered" of a boom as a ,
And do the best with what I've got. I is the ebony topped cane pre- wind mill is of a cyclone. He despises Leather and Tan In Pumps Oxfords and
Not give advice, but prove instead sented to her by Mrs. Howe. This anything that smacks of progress. He ,
The road is best which I have led. 1, cane had been carried by Mrs. Howe I hates the sound of a factory whistle Eclipse Ties $3.50 to $4.50 values. For 3
To for great I like the devil ,
battle fearlessly when right, a many years. hates holy water. Paved $ j 98
And not to boast when well I might. Rev. Dr. Boyd delighted the audi- I streets are a noisy abominition too remote days only .
And, last, to be a friend indeedTo ence with some talking stories, one from moss and sand to command
the oppressed-this is my creed. of which was about a famous Mr.I respect, and are only intended for the .
Wise, of Virginia.Mr. i "oughtermobul." Fast flying trains"skeer" No. 2. 1000yds. Lawn Organdie and No 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest

CALLED MEETING OF THE CIVIC Edgar Thompson, though rath-!'I the buzzards out of his backyard FUxon, Plain White Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy
LEAGUE er indisposed, sang the four famous and sanitation is a word invented
r songs- of the United Kinedom. His by the smart set just so they can Stripe, Floral l and Persian Designs. Patterns, 30c to 40c. value For 3
Special attention is called to the voice is sweet, bat untrained as yet. git their nose in other "peeples" bus 15c. to 20c. walues. For 3 days only days only
meeting of the Civic League to be held Miss Frances Taylor gave pleasure iness. A more concrete picture of a
Thursday'afternoon at half past threein with her two songs. Mrs. Preston I moss back may be had on a sunny
the lecture room of the Methodist Boyd proved herself to be a worthyand spring morning by a stroll along th 12 l-2c yd. 23c yd.
church. This is an important meet- talented pupil of her fine Knox-I backwoods stream when the aligators
ing and the president asks all mem- ville teachers and on encore, she responded are lazily basking in the midst of th
bers to be present. with a tuneful piano entitled,I filth accumulations of a century.
By order of the President. "The Aeolian Harp." No. 4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and Floral 11

PRESS REPORTER.TO FAVORITE THEATRE TODAYA Miss REAL Lillie ESTATE Miller has SALES purchase! ; Patterns, 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days onlyI1C yd.

SUBSCRIBERS great two reel feature.A two lots in the Sperry addition East
If you miss your Sentinel, call dramatic masterpiece, made i in of Lake Eola and Mrs. Ida C. Mill]
phone 24 between seven and nine Sunny Italy. and Isaac B. Yates bought 15 acre
o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou "A Bullet Proof Coat," Imp-a rip I j West of Lake Ivanhoe with a grove ol P.
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The show you have been waitingfor Chadwick & Cooper made boUt

at the Lucerne Theatre tonight. Admission five cents to all. t t sales. ', ,. ., .. ..,. . .!

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MY NEW BUILDING MUST CLOSE OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE, AND
IN ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE ERECTION OF ,
SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, WASHSTANDS, SIDE BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, RUGS, CARPETS AND MATTINGS-NOTHING RESERVEA
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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