The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the SUU.



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Negotiations that have been pending I As suggested by the Sentinel a few Progressiveness is a feature of Orlando New York, May 8-Harry Thaw de- Next Thursday the Country Club Special to the SentineLWashington

for some time, crystalized into I I days ago, the new county of Seminole I I business men and none have become nied yesterday parentage of the two I will celebrate its first birthday, by D. C., May 8.-The
a realty yesterday when a contract II takes time by the forelock and saves more thoroughly inoculated with and a half year old boy Russell, with a big afternoon program and the pub- House of Representatives, by a vote
was signed whereby Mr. B. Beacham I the tax payers the expense and delay that spirit than Dickson & Ives. I whom Mrs. Harry Thaw sailed for lic are invited to be guests. The of 281 to 139 passed the Wilson-Un-
and James L Giles are to transfer I of an election. H. H. Dickson and Sidney E. Ives Europe last Saturday. Thaw's aged Country Club has been one institution derwood free-trade tariff bill at 6:15
to the Yoweil-Duckworth Company,I I The committee of one hundred and are among the oldest business men in I I I mother supplemented the denial witha that brought both prominenceand o'clock this evening. Votes againstbill
the lot at the corner of Orange and I fifty, which managed so well the campaign the city and have been identified with i' bitter statement. Thaw's denial popularity to Orlando and many of the nine Democrats, who bravedthe
Central avenues, known as the Bob for division, met yesterday at the affairs of the city and county for II I I, follows: I good men spent weeks here last winter displeasure of Wilson, rather than
Hyer livery barn lot. The Yowell- Sanford and decided to ask the Democratic more than a quarter of a century. At I,j "There has been so much specula : because they enjoyed our splendid ignore what they deemed their duty
Duckworth Company, consists of Mr. County Executive Committeeto present they conduct the largest grocery I tion regarding the announcement of golf links, who would otherwise have to those who elected them, were nearly -
N. P. Yowell, the well known proprietor -: recommend names to GovernorI house in the city and have many i'i Irs. Evelyn Thaw that she is sailing found no amusement here to their lik I I offset by the votes of six Republicans
of the ladies' department store i i I I Trammell for appointment to the vari- business interests outside their met ,, with our son that a short statement for the bill.
that is recognized as one of the best j j I jous county offices until the next general cantile business. They are not only'from: me does not seem out of place. ing.The members are endeavoring to Floods of protests from manufac
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in South Florida, and Mr. E. G. Duck election. business men of a high type, them M rs. Thaw saw me several times i in make the Club grounds even more at turer, merchant, producer and foreign
worth, proprietor of the Duckworth I[ Acting on this request, the committee selves, but have reared up sons that i'I my quarters at the.White Plains jail tractive by another winter. nations await the bill when it
Shoe Store and one of the best knownshoe (I I recommended the following do credit to their noble sires. These.. during the proceedings before Justice The season's program is as follows: makes its appearance before the Sen-
dealers in the State. Both men I I I offices:. For Commissioners: C. W. sons are now engaged in the mercantile Mills, but, owing to her attitude to- Thursday, May 15-Opening day of ate tomorrow.
stand pre-eminent in the community I'I Entzminger, of Longwood; B. G. business in different lines and ''ward me by incarceration, weere celebration. Handicap contest club The bill will be started up on its
and rank high in the business world.!|I Smith, of Oviedo; J. T. McLain, Gene have proven their worth. j greatly estranged at that time and cup. Ladies approaching and putting stormy way at once. The Repub- ,
Both men have been very successful I I va; L P. Hagan, Paola and F. L The Elder Dickson & Ives have have not been reconciled. Owing to the contest. Entrance fee, fifty cents. lican Senators open the fight by demanding
business has Woodruff, of Sanford. reached that station in life where circumstances such This will
merchants and their expanded I theyare a statement as Thursday, May 22-Club Trophy a public hearing.
beyond the capacity: of present 1 I' For Clerk of Court: E. A. Douglass, entitled to a breathing spell from 'hers must appear to every one as im handicap. Monthly badge handicap. be defeated but it is the purpose of the
business rooms, consequently, larger ,'of Oviedo. the busy affairs of life and they pro possible-not only impossible but untrue Thursday, May 29-Mixed four Democrats to give full hearings in
and more commodious quarters became I For Tax Collector: T. K. Bates, pose to put the young men in the it is made probably with the idea some. One dollar per couple entrancefee. the committee to all classes of ob
necessary and this led up to the I Sanford. harness that they may take on the I'.j lof obtaining an increase in her allow- Two prizes. jectors.
t negotiations for this splendid lots For Tax Assessor, W. R. Healey, greater responsibilities and develop|I anc ." Thursday, June 5-Single stick con Their is little likelihood of is reaching -
I Longwood. with the Greater Orlando. To this Thaw would not discuss young Mrs. i test. No handicap. Player has choiceof the President before Septemberfirst
plan is to build a three story i For County Judge: Capt. B. F. end they will organize a stock company : Thaw's declaration on sailing that her stick. Entrance fee, fifty cents. and it is probable that it will be
brick building with ninety feet fronton 1 Whitner. for the purpose of conducting a allowance had been discontinued, nor Two prizes. amended materially before then.
each avenue and each floor will For Sheriff: Charlie Hand. general department store. The members '(I would he say what her allowance i is. Thursday, June 12-Men's sweepstakes The tariff bill made time through
have 8100 feet of floor space. The : For Superintendent of Public Instruction of that company are H. H. Dick- i I It is known that it has been $75 a ; eighteen holes. Handicap. the House, but little more than two
entire building will be occupied by the I : W. T. Lawton, Oviedo. son, Sidney E. Ives, Sr., Sidney E. week, rental of an apartment and cab Entrance fee, one dollar. First and weeks having passed since it came
Yowell-Duckworth Company who -will For Treasurer: J. B. Jones Oviedo. Ives, Jr., H. N. Dickson, F. T. Scruggsand fares to a reasonable amount. second and booby prize. from the Ways and Means Commit
conduct a modern dry goods and shoe They are all a good lot of men and Marion Ives. j The elder Mrs. Thow, when asked Thursday, June 19-Handicap. tee.All
department store. will make good officials and are well Messrs. Dickson & Ives, who now what she had to say, spoke indignant1 Monthly badge. amendments except those pro
The location is one of the best in' scattered over the new county. The own the building occupied by Mr. 1 1 ? "It is hardly credible that the public Thursday, June 26-Mixed four posed by the committee were defeated.
the city and the building will be of I Executive Committee organized by N. P. Yowell's store, will remodel : should listen to such rot, much less some. Entrance fee, one dollar per With the exception of Broussard, of
modern architecture and a model of : electing J. N. Whitner County Chairman the same, putting in a new front and believe it," she said. "This announce'nier.t couple. Louisiana, no Democratic member of
convenience and attractiveness.The :1 and Bob Holly Secretary. Mr. rearranging the enterior suitable for is in line with all the conduct July4-General public invited. Independence the House proposed a change in the
new company will begin dismantling I: Whitner is a man well qualified forthe an up-to-date department store. Archways (i of that woman since she came into the cup. Handicap. Dinner contest : bill.
the old building in a few I i position, having an intimateknowledge will be cut in the walls betweenthese limelight. It is a highly preposterous fifty cents, entrance fee. La-I
weeks and construction work will begin of poliical organizationsand rooms and the rooms now occupied story, augmented by the scandalous dies approaching and putting CAN FLORIDA DIVIDE ITSELF
about July 1. The hope is to bathe ve Bob 'Holly will certainly put ginger by the Dickson & Ives Grocery:! members of the press. I would Thursday, July 10-Ziz zag contest. It is not surprising that these opulent
building completed by the first into the campaigners. so that all rooms will communicate :I see the representatives of no papers Thursday, July 17-Monthly badge. spring days find Florida legislators
of the new year ready for occupancy.No Now that is all over, we wish the with each other. The grocery stock I I regarding this silly tale if it were not Handicap. more or less* inclined to attempt
two men in Orlando tommand a the new county and its officials smooth will remain in the room where now 10-: for the fact that in so doing, I would Thursday, July 24-Men's handicap; legislation of lesser importance. Noris
greater respect from their fellow men sailing. cated. Marion E. Ives will move h is'I I cut myself off from an opportunity eighteen holes. Entrance, one dol it surprising that a few of them
than Messrs. Yowell and Duckworthand Here is our paw, brethren, shake stock of millinery and ladies' furnishings I to tell them how much I loathe their lar. Two prizes. propose legislative action which is in
all will unite in congratulatingthem and call it square.NATIONAL into the newly arranged rooms :, nonsense." Thursday, July Merchant's. cup.I violation of the constitution, for bills
and wishing them abundant su c- as will also Scruggs & Dickson, their !' I Handicap. j offered at the present session of the
cess. ASSOCIATION FOR stock of clothing and gents' furnish LADIES' DRIVING CLUB 'I State's lawmaking body have run the

PREVENTION OF TUBERCULOSIS I gamut of things unusual
JAPANESE MATTER DISCUSSED goods and shoes will be addedto I New York, May 8.-The membersof CHILDREN ingly, infinitessimal. The latest is the
these lines and all will be conducted the Ladies' Four-in-Hand Driving proposition to divide the State.
Special to the Sentinel I Washington, May 8.-That the by the new company as one big i Club held their annual run today, The Tribune does not believe that
Washington, D. C., May 8.-Viscount death rate in the United States resulting general department store that will t driving from the Colony Club to the Special to the Sentinel. this is the time to discuss the meritsor
Chinda late this afternoon helda I Westchester Club and St. Albans, Vermont, May 8.-Mrs.
from compare favorably with They
tuberculosis during the de- any department demerits of such a proposition. Thisis
t ten minute conference with Secretary cade ending in 1910 has diminished store in the State. were accompanied by Morris E. How- Anna May Wells, who, together with not the issue before the Legislature.
of State Bryan when he delivereda from 174.5 per 100,000 of populationto Sidney E. Ives, Jr., is recognizedas lett, the noted whip, who has coachedthe her husband, is charged with having No less astute constitutional ,
communication from his government of the best members of the Club in the of poisoned their two children, took the
139.7, was the statement made one retail grocery managers art lawyer than Hon. W. A. Blount has
regarding the California land here in the State. When it handling the reins. The ladies took stand at the trial of her husband and been
by Dr. Frederick L Hoffman, of comesto quoted, by hearsay, that all thatis
law. Nothing was given out as to Newark, in an address before the Sociological millinery and ladies' furnishings, turns about on the driver's box. gave startling testimony against him. needed for Florida to split asunderis
the nature of the conference.Mr. 1 After "While I was confined in the Franklin
coupled with cheerful luncheon at the Westchester
Section of the National As a disposition, for the legislative body to an
Bryan stated later that he was sociation Marion Ives without Club, the return trip began. The county jail awaiting trial," said Mrs. pass
for the Study and Prevention a peer. As act to that effect. We do not believe
to meet Chinda again tomorrow morning haberdashers Finch members stopped for Garden Wells, "my husband sent me eight
of Tuberculosis. "In other words," Scruggs and Harry a partyin that Mr. Blount was correctly reported.
at nine-thirty. It is expected that said Dr. Hoffman, "nearly 200,000 Dickson rank with any in ,thej Bronx Park, given by the Ladies' oranges containing paris green. I' Attorneys at the local bar are
the Japanese matter will occupy the lives South. The Senior Dickson Auxiliary of the New York "At another time, he sent me a box [
were saved during ,the period & I ves Zoological unanimous in the opinion that the only -
whole of the Cabinet meeting tom or from 1900 to 1910, due solely to the are rich men, of high character. With Society of which Mrs. Henry containing paris green in liquid form. step the Legislature can take toy
row. campaign which has been wagedt wealth, ability and integrity as their Fairfield Osborn is the president. He urged me to take poison, as m provide for a division of the State
agains this terrible disease." capital, the new departure will s uc- Many prominent members of the death would free him. will be the submission of the questionto
CARRIES SIX IN AEROPLANE "On the day the babies ate poison
Club ,
ceed. are abroad and this
Dr. Hoffman further stated that the on account the people. The people will have
Wells arose first and got our breakfast
the Ladies'
death rate from tuberculosis in the Four-in-Hand Driving to approve the constitutional amend-
Charteres, France, May 8.-Six Club will its I prepared the family break
City of New York, which was 389.1 BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG dispense with annual ment. .
passengers were carried during a sev- in 1881, had declined to 180.1 in 1912. LEAGUES [season of coaching this year. fast consisting of condensed milk and And when this is done there is, nu- tk"
enty-five minute flight by the French Among those abroad bread. Louis and Marie were the lasttwo
He made no mention of are Mrs. Arthur doubtedly, another step to be taken
airman Frangeois in his any so- I of the family to eat milk and
biplane here Iselin
called "cures." Special to the Sentinel.- president of the ClubI before another star can be added to
this morning, beating the world's NationalPhiladelphia I and Miss Marjorie Blair. Other bread. I "Old "
I members So far
Surgeon B. S. Warren, of the U. S. we have not been
records for the number carried and of the Club Mrs. "Two hours afterwards, Louis and
Public Health Service in 4; St. Louis, 5. are Thomas informed as to the
a speech necessary procedure
for the duration I Marie taken ill and the other
of the were
flight. Boston Hadtings founder and
6 former
Pittsburg, 1. in
dealing with the relation of Industriesto ; pres- gaining permission of the Federal -
Tuberculosis, affirmed that the Brooklyn, 2; Chicago, 1. !i ident of rile Club; Mrs. Ralph Sanger, children also became ill. That night, Government for the admission ofa
ASK FOR MORE TIME deaths of Government employeesfrom New York, 0; Cincinnati, 4. Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Harriet and Ja- Louis." died. Marie died the followingday. new State after it has been loppedoff

tuberculosis were much lower American netta Alexander and Mrs. J. Borden of another but we recall that there
Washington, May 8.-Attorneys for than that of other laborers in similar{I I St. Louis, 3; Philadelphia, 6. Harriman. The woman will be cross examined was a great stir in the nation's capital

Samuel Gompers, John Mitchell and occupations, because of the superior i I Chicago, 10; Washington, 5. tomorrow. when West Virginia was created a
Frank Morrison asked the District sanitary conditions with which Uncles Cleveland, 3; Boston, 2. TWO HUNDRED WANT PAROLES Sovereign State and has ever since
Court of Appeals today to stay it | Sam surrounds workmen. Detroit, 3; New York, 1. BECKERS LAWYER ASKS EXTEN been known as "the bastard pffspring
mandate sentencing Gompers to thir i I i South Atlantic Leavenworth,Kan. May 8.-More SIGN I of a political rape."

ty days in jail and fining Mitchell and MADE HIS LAST RACE j I Columbus, 7; Savannah, 2. than two hundred applicants, among .1 I Undoubtedly, the Federal Government -
Morrison $500 each in affirming con Charleston, 8; Jacksonville, 0. them six bankers and three life prisoners Albany, N. Y.\-----1, ..- ay 8.-The Courto would have to be convinced of
tempt of court judgements against the Special to the SentinelPhiladelphia I I Macon, 6; Albany 6. (Ten innings, will appear before the Federal Appeals on Monday will be askedto the urgent need for the division_ of a
labor leaders in the Buck's Stove & darkness.) Board of Paroles here the State
next before
Pa., May 8.-Mike Tuesday, extend the time which may be argued proper action would
Range case.Counsel Murphy, one of the world's most fam-I' Carolina League 'according to word received here today the appeal in the case of former be taken to admit a new member to
asked for the stay, an ous trainers, and athletes, now director Ashville, 6; Greensboro, 4. I by Warden McClaughry from Police Lieut. Charles Becker, of New the family. The enthusiasm of some
nouncing their intention to appeal the of athletics Winston-Salem, 10; Raleigh, 3. Chairman Ladow of the Board. This members
in the University of i i i York, under sentence of death for the 'I I I we will come to
case to the Supreme Court of the Pennsylvania, is thought to be dying'I' Durham, 2; Charlotte, 1. I is said to be the largest number of murder of Herman Rosenthal, the I I nought-Tampa Tribune.
United States. at his home here. Early this evening I applicants ever up for consideration gambler. Becker's attorney, JosephA. The Sentinel has consulted several

The court granted them leave to the attending physicians reported : CONVICTED AND SENTENCED I at one meeting. Shay, sent an affidavit to this effect Orlando attorneys who say that the
renew the motion if the applicationcould Murphy as sinking fast and he has I to the court yesterday. In the legislature has no power except to
not be prepared in the fifteen! lost control of his faculties. I Special to The Sentinel DEATHOF MISS 3L A. JORDAN affidavit Attorney Shay sets forth submit the question to the vote of the

days alloted by law. Harrisburg, Ill., May 8.-William The many friends of Miss M. A. that he wishes the extension in order I people and that then the new state
Sora and Mrs. Anna Ostrocha I Jordan in Orlando and elsewhere will would have to knock
WEALTHY INVENTOR DEAD I, were that he might have more time to investigate : at the door ofte
DELEGATES VISIT ROOSEVELTNew : tonight found guilty of murder by i regret exceedingly to learn of her possible new evidence in Congress for admission. ,.
Special to the Sentinel I the jury which deliberated five hours. death, which occurred last night at case that may tend to the granting .1"-C
York, May Delegates to, Ithaca, N. Y., May 8.-Francis M.i The woman was sentenced to fourteen Dr. Christ's Sanitarium at 12:30 of a new trial. Unless the court grantsthe DR. DUPRING DEAD
the International Peace Conferenceto Rites, who became very wealthy from' years imprisonment and Sora o'clock. r
request, appeal must be
arrange for a celebration of the: his invention of governors on steam sentenced for life. The relatives of this most excellent argued by May 20. Philadelphia, May 8.-Dr. Louis A.
centenary of the treaty of Ghent, left, engines, was found dead in bed at Sora shot and killed three foreigners lady have been telegraphed of the Dupring, famed as a writer and an
their hotels in automobiles this morning -, his country home near here today and wounded another at the command sad event and the remains will beheld authority on skin diseases, died at his
to visit Theodore Roosevelt at e of the woman who daimed the at Hand's Undertaking parlors,I Office supplies, our prices right- home here last night. He was 67
Oyster Bay. Subscribe for the Sentinel men insulted her. pending information from California. Curtis & O'Neal, next post office. years of age.



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The matter of calling an election
Sat the bonding of Hillsborough coun- Lord & Bradshaw Magnificent Showing of
q C4c: $tQQ4,4QQ Coc t t purpose of
balding brick roads vas submitted >*
ID the County Commissioners yesterday We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
4 and it is probable that an elec3im that we have formed partnership under the New Spring Suits
will be called.It
above firm name, for a general
was shown by expert engineers
brick road sixteen feet wide
3h&t a
an be built at $14,000 per mile out Real Estate and Insurancebusiness and DressesWE
arf first class materials and that the
out of maintainance of clay roads in and arejcentrally located in a ground floor office at No. ;
jixteen years will pay the cost of the '
hick roads and interest. IT S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton;& Dunn

There seems to be na longer room Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet/tall our old friends ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
if doubt on the proposition that claynads
have no lasting qualities. and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
Roads in this locality built a year ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
seu are in such condition as to de- Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
und immediate and extensive re- CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
and'we havesotne exceptional taigaics COMEAND SEE Us
Florida is of all brick.new road building Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO

One woman said to another the'
iier day: _
'Florence, how do you manage?I I _....... J
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Tou have prettier things in your ,
:X use, better food on your table'andnear New York
better clothes! than I, and yet I'
1 don't believe you spend nearly asinch 'I LigHERITY I II
money as I do.
"I'll tell you how I do it. I spendjest
twenty minutes a day readinge i I Bargain Store
'$ newspapers. By looking through I Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I]
a* advertisements each day, I seejut I
their by choosing the road to suc- ]
way wrong
where and how I can get the I If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this StoreShanaibarer'1
aartest things and the best values cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new !

1* my money. I customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
"By looking at the ads, I learn just I
I like irresistible all the !
an magnet drawing
tto is selling what I need at the bestfrice I
and then I go right after it.!! trade within its reach: That is the reason i .for bicycles and I tMMItHMMMttHHHMtttttMttllMtH..

& matter what I want, food, cloth-i command the attention of sundries I
they buyers.
if or entertainment, I find out where II''it \
I DR. l. H. RAMSOELL[ OptoMollisI
a I an get it most quickly and conven-
iatly. Twenty minutes a day saves! For Every Store Owner j J. B. McKAY, ,
ax hundreds of dollars a year." j Successor to Dr. 0. P. LIklMe
The advertisements in THE SEN-! No matter how small his business, the Elec- CONTRACTOR, .ANDIItDER.

women.UNEL are By SIGNBOARDS the regular perusal to many of'se tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I _. -ojf\'fnn All Work.

ads the cost of living' is reduced i advertising. Prices That Are. an ,
it many a home.You'll a Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit f'I Work Guaranteed. \

sketch. f I
be sorry some day that youi1n't
marry" : J No Trouble to Us.-.No Expense to You. t Has Installed an up to date grinding plant tad to prepared
Well I'd rather not be married. ) f HMIIMMOIMMMMMOfr to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
*ai be sorry I wasn't than be married: CI j Along with all the stock and instruments he hu secured
tad sorry I was.-New Orleans : ELIJAH HANDFuneral the prescription books dating back several years, and

'lines-Democrat.Sawns Worth-Headline.Says Women Like .Tight I;i ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO.I J Embalmer Directorand will fill any of Dr.'LIkIns'MMMIMIIIMIt'prescriptions 'without delay.

One would suspect-so from the apBtarance -'I Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 35taillMlilBMIIMMIMiaM
they present in the streets. J results.
Sentinel want bring quick
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DRIVING MOTOR CARS FOR DEEP ing to be to a great extent in this COMMITTEE TO MEET. I .

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SEA DIVERSA country in unsanitary dwellings

where health was impossible for mind I There will be meeting of the Orange Paul A Horn

diving motor car, or submarine and body. He had no sympathy with I County Democratic Executive JUST RECEIVEDA
who would class ''at the house in Orlando, Fla.,
sledge, for the use of divers while at anyone set against court on CONTRACTOR and
work in the depths of the ocean is class ,but he knew that the masses-I I I Saturday, May 10th, 1913, at 10 BUILDERI I

among the latest devices being used this is written of Englandsufferedunder 'o'clock a. m., for the purpose of recommending REPAIRING A SPECIALTY CAR LOAD OF LIMESPECIAL -

The injustice and repression and he to'the Governor, a successor I
in the diver's art. apparatus,
truthfulnessknew I fill the made P.o.Box 624 Orlando .
form knew that the truth was to place vacant Fla.Shannibarger's
which is a specially designed of
instead of that the truth was trustfulnessin by the death of Jas. A. Kirkwood, PRICESIN
motor car on runners
them. He believed that the com j Sheriff of Orange County, and trans-
wheels, has no power of its own, be-
the mon people were worth thinking.acting any other business which may I LARGE QUANTITIES
ing drawn through sea by a power for bicycles an*i I
boat on the surface to which it is con- about. "Give these people decent come before it. I Sundries Ui j Prompt Delivery. :
homes," he wrote, "give them a de- SETH WOODRUFF, i
nected by wire cables, and with whose I
life to to Chairman. I.
cent education; cause mean
driver the diver is in communicationby I
telephone. At the back of the them something better than drudgeryand JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary., I Florida Metal Co.

diver's seat, there is fastened a sheetor starvation and disease and what Orlando, Fla, May 3rd, 1913. "

hood of metal for protecting him grand stuff you have here, my lords, '"
ladies and gentlemen :
against the swift currents that are
In the course of my work and experiments TUf OAKlAND
formed when the vehicle is beg! Phone 41. t
We cannot conquer fate and neces with pianos I have dis-
drawn rapidly through the water Tne I (
to them in sucha covered a means of action adjustmentfor
diving car can be steered upward and sity, yet we can yield I
manner as to be greater than if we upright pianos that brings the ac-
well in
downward, as as .eurves, by THE CAR
could.-Landor. tion to the highest point of responsiveness. -
means of a steering mechanism
operated -
The change is unmistakable,
by compressed air supplied THAT EVERYBODY -..
fellow is the improved FEEL of the keys made
Many a girl a
from steel tanks attached to each side
heart when he is doubly responsive and pleasing to the The
of the vehicle. man after her own TALKING Best is the CheapestSO
performer. During the next three
really after her money.-PhiIaielphia
The diver, while operating the vehicle -
Record. months, I wish to tune two hundred ABOUT
wears a regular diving suit, the
pianos in and around Orlando, and
special feature of which is a tank or .
the German without extra charge, will give all
The first university ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
cartridge that for, a period of three
empire was at Prague, Bohemia, 1348. upright pianos this most delightful
supplies him with fresh air. touch improvement. Next winter I and Wall Paper :
The submarine sledge is capable of
'" SEE
to charge five dollars extra for
being operated at a depth of about J. B. LAWTON, JR., FOR SHERIFF
one hundred and thirty feet when the Having decided to present my name the readjustment independent of the MAGRUDEREverything THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
to the Democratic Executive Com tuning.
sun is shining, and uses a searchlightfed mittee of Orange county for the of- 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner. GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
from the surface boat when artificial ffice of Sheriff, I shall appreciate the SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
i light is required. It weightfive moral support of all friends who be-
lieve me entitled to succeed the late III DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
hundred pounds fully equipped.The I
most striking posible applica- J. B. LAWTON, JR.
tion of the sledge is in the work of

recovering sunken wrecks, or human For Sheriff
bodies, the exact location of whichcan The Sentinel is requested to an- N w. GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268

only be determined by a thorough nounce that A. Y. Fuller will be an
applicant for Sheriff when the Orange .
search of a large area of river or sea County Democratic Executive Com- ,

bottom. By towing the diver back mittee meets to fill the vacancy. I -

and forth over the bottom, the searchcan 5-Stf
be carried on with accuracy and
in only a small part of the time which For Sheriff. e MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR Reduced Prices on all
would be I am a candidate for Sheriff of Or HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
ordinarily required.The
ange county, subject to the action of ..
sledge has already been used, the Demccratic Executive Committee, SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. .
successfully at an average depth of which meets in Orlando, Saturday,

seventy feet in the inspection of a May 10th, 1913. PATTERN HATS ;
long intake pipe tinning out into salt lC

water.-Popular Mechanics.

Dickens said: "I believe that virtue -I I I hereby for the announce office of Sheriff myself of a Orange candidate DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE HANDBAGS AND NECKWEAR[C [ AT COST 1 1t

shows quite as well in rags and county, Florida, subject to the actionof
patches as she does in purple and fine I the Democratic Executive meeting
Saturday, May 10th, 1913.J. POST OFFICE !
linen. I believe that she and every F. HARRIS.For .
beautiful in external
object nature 1

claims some sympathy in the breastof Sheriff. CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
the poorest man who breaks his The undersigned will submit his
scanty loaf of daily bread." name for Sheriff of Orange countyto

the Democratic Executive Committee PRICES ALWAYS" ... ..
Dickens knew that the mass of the -
at their meeting, Saturday, May _
.. 1 '
people in England lived-as it is com- 10th. W. T. CHAPMAN. .. -- .

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/ i : courteous and appreciative service. All of these you will find here, and it is

this fact that is responsible for the wonderfully increasing business which.

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South Florida Sentinel
"Success Doth Make Us Drunken." With Prof. C. 1.. Willoughby of the
HORNING It is said that one trouble follows ,Agricultural College to tell them why
-Entered---at--- the poet office at Orlando close upon the heels of another and ticks: are bad for Florida cattle and

Florid w Second Claw Mail )fatter.SUBSCIIPTION this is what some of the advocates of 1 with August Van Epoel to demonstrate -
r. county division now finds true to their with his cattle dipping vat how WOMEN 0
sorrow. 1 they; could be removed, an enthusiastic _

THE DAILY SENTINEL To begin with, in their haste to geta : meeting of stock men and otherswas

One year .. .. ...............$5.00 I bill through the legislature before 1 held this morning at the Tampa Q i
Six Months ...... ............. 2.50 some one threw a stone or a gold Stock Farm on Hillsborough Bay.
Three Months ................. 1.25Br brick into the cogs of the prearranged As one of the net results a Hills- The daintiest women find the exquisite designs
machine, the champions of the bill, ]borough County Live Stock Club was .
-newt--carrier in Orlando. 60 ecntf per forgot to provide for any pro rating :formed with Judge F. M. Robles as they want in our big assortment. Women who rare

month, Daily and Sunday. : of the surplus in the county treasury ]president. The other results remain toe

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found : of sound old Orange and as a consequence 1) worked out in the future but from fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat
on sale in Orlando at Curita A 0"Neal'i Book they find themselves today I the earnest demeanor of those present -

Btore. without a dollar of funds with which I it can be seen that the facts adduced is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
complaint if
will appreciate prompt
We carriers. to do business for more than a year I made a great impression and
is not properly made by our
-- to come. there; is no doubt that a movementfor their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich
Aderrtuing rates will be famished on application -
Division was the thing uppermostin good has been started.
.THE WEEKLY SENTINEL 0 their mind and when they tumbleto About 100 people were present. The in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .

tot year, by mail postage paid ........1.00 the situation, they will go back to I Tampa Stock Farm is located southof
iiireat THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida' the legislature and ask the legisla-I Oak Grove and beyond Palm river, seeking birthday or other gifts thereare

Office 101 Court Street Arcade Building ture to go to the expense of amendingthe on the shore of the bay. Mr. Van
Phone 24 law so as to provide for some Epoel, one of the most progressive many suggestions.T.I1.vansthc.

funds and of course the legislatureand farmers of this section, has 500 acres
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. the governor will do as they ask. I of land. He keeps a herd of 100 Jersey -

JOSIAH FERRIS', Proprietor. In the next place, Forrest Lake cows, raises fine Berkshire pigs

has legislated himself out of office and is a thoroughly up-to-date far-
and from the time the bill was signedby mer. His crea mis sold at several of

the Governor, he ceased to be a the city's lunch counters and restaurants -
Sanford should indeed be a happy Representative from Orange and none every day and he is knownas

community now. has been Fleeted for Seminole. He has a live farmer.

w no right to any pay if he continuesto Dipping Vat Made of Cement. Jeweler
The only patriotism stay around up there, and any His herd of Jersey cows had been
and politics is that they both be- bill that is carried by a bare major- lined up near the road where the dip-

gin with p. ity of one, if he voted in the affirma- ping vat had been built The vat is

o tion, will be void. That man Lake of cement, five and a half feet deep,
Pinellas county is preparing to holda and his followers are nowhere near about fifteen feet long and just wide OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

wet and dry election at an early out of the woods. We have no desireto enough for a cow to pass through.At .

date. rub it in on our neighbors, but the one end a chute leads up to the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.SILK .
o old adage that, "chickens come hometo point where the cow takes the jump.At .
Perhaps when a man laughs in his roost, sooner or later," proves true. the other there is an incline for I

sleeve, its because his funny. bone is It is no pleasure to the Sentinel to her to climb out and a dripping pen,

there. point out the failure of their road floored with cement, where she is kept
o bonds to sell because of this foolish for several minutes after the bath,
The chap with the auto soon distances move for division for this all means recovering from the fright and shed- .

the other fellow in its race for loss and misfortune for the people. ding the surplus fluid, to run back.

the fair sex. The county is divided now and we into the vat and be used over again. I

_0-- > (only hope for the best but we feel There were plenty of ticks on Van
When one thinks he's got the list morally certain that the taxpayers of Epoel's cattle.

of grand and trial jurors sewed up, the new county will find that the Sen- Each cow must have had thousandsand STOCKINGS

a seam or two some 'times pulls out. tinel was not so far wrong in sound- the tick mortality was greater

o ing the note of warning against coun- than has been the case in anyone
It will require something more; ty division.We day for many years. The ticks could

than serious* and fatal accidents to sincerely hope for the good of be plainly seen as the cow came drip-

lessen' the demand for automobiles. all parties that the matter may be ping out of the vat, which was deep

o worked out amicably and satisfactory. enough to cover them completely.The .
Sometimes, not often, a woman can vat holds 1,500 gallons of the

be happy with a poor man. but never ORANGE COUNTY POPULAR- solution, which is a compound of arsenic For Day i

with a poor liar. HAS INTER-STATE sal soda, pine tar and plain
o REPUTATION water. The arsenic enters the body
It is very well understood that it apertures of the tick and kills them. and i

is bad luck to meet a black cat, but No county in the State is attract- The sal soda keeps the arsenic in

its a whole lot worse to meet a pole- ing more attention from the sub- solution and is itself a tonic for the

cat. stantial class of people of the United skin and hair, so that the cattle who EveningWear o

-oWe --- States, than Orange. Many are the are dipped are in better condition -
might shorten our definition of settlers who are flocking this coun- from the sal soda as well as from the

a moss back by just saying that it is ty and are developing garden farms arsenic. The pine tar has healing

a legislature that would make bur- [, and grove property. .. qualities and Addition tends to keep
glary a capital offense. One of the latest developments on the arsenic on the cattle for two to

o a large scale is in the east part of five days, so that they are safe againstthe
We're all more or less disposed to the county about eighteen miles east attacks of ticks for that period.,

neglect. much that is practical and of Orlando and a few miles south of i A vat full of the solution costs about5 A

sensible, and devote time to Higher Chuluota, where a company of men and the cost of dipping cattle, so Our Personal Guarantee't> l

Walks where we cannot possibly puta from Cedar Rapids Iowa, have acquired far as the solution is concerned is t \ f

footing. title to about 15,000 acres of about one-half of a cent per head.

o land surrounding Lake Picket, quitea With the labor cost figured in, Pro- Accompanies Every Pair \ \\ \\
Many men will breathe easier since large and beautiful lake. A new fessor Willoughby figures that it will
the decision of the court that what a branch of the East Coast railroad run to two cents a head.

man says in his sleep may not be used headed for the Everglades passes Tick Must Get to Cattle.

as evidence against: him. Wives will through this tract. A town has been Professor Willoughby's explanationof Marion B. Ives

please take notice: laid out on the banks of the lake, the life history of the tick was in-
o- which will be called Picket Lake. Ap- teresting. It cannot live unless it

A candidate for Congress in, plication has been made to designatethe has access to cattle.. If cattle are kept

Michigan swears that he spent only new town as a post ffiee aai articles out of pasture wtett ticks are JDJWfor

$8 for cattipacgci expenses E (dent- are bring signed for the incorporation a period of four and a half months EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
ly the people thought that was about of a State bank with a cap- the tick will starve to death and will

$7.70 more than it was worth.A italization og $15,000. The lands have not infest that pasture again,'providing -

---- -- been surveyed into small tracts for no other tick-infested cattleare Second
A grand nephew of Napoleon Bon- garden farms and orange groves and permitted to get into it. ,

aparte is being tried at Leavenworth! the company is arranging to planta Dipping clears both pastures and

for desertion of the United States large acreage of citrus fruits and cattle of the tick so that for many;

army. Where does he go, if found will, themselves, develop much of the reasons it is preferable to the star-
guilty-to Elba or St. Helena? vation method. Ticks will live on
a timber on 12,000 acres of the horses and mules but do not give the

The Mexican slight of hand disposal and has been sold to R. M. Hughes fever from them and, as Professor I the Lucerne last
I The Iconoclast, at
of presidents is such a quick & Company, of Bartow, who are putting Willoughby said, "The cow is their the most interest-
night were among
and frequent operation that press bureaus in a large saw mill and will cut natural host. shown in Orlando this AUTOMOBILE
ing pictures
keep ready made reports in c gut: millions of feet of lumber and After dipping the cattle will, of of real!
They were
stock, which require very little altering many hundred thousand ties. Mr. course, pick up other ticks from a season.conditions on the frontiers. The bold ;\

to fit the case. L. A. Hough, who was born and raisedin tick-infested pasture, and so shouldbe attacks of the Indians upon the set-

a- Polk county, is in charge of theompan"s dipped again at an interval of tiers and the massacres of whole vil-' BULLETIN
A Kansas court holds that a man business. Mr. Hough a twenyt-one to twenty-five days. Byso vividly portrayed and the j
of 65 may write love letters without few years ago, drifted westward and doing another generation of ticksis i lages realistic as to carry
battles were so
demonstrating thereby that he is in- has the destroyed and there
caught western spirit of hus- soon are no hearts of
fear to the many.
sane. It depends, somewhat, on the tle, which means the rapid develop- more ticks in the pasture. Mr. Wil interesting and
The pictures were
love letters, we should think-but, ment of this splendid section of coun- loughby stated that in six dippings :
full of real history.COMMERCE These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
then, is not all love a specie of insan- try. He will leave for Iowa in abouta or sometimes in less, the ticks wouldbe I

ity. week where he will confer with his cleaned out entirely.The COMMISSION RULING guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped

o company and arrange for conductinga tick breeds on the cattle, and ready to run.
In selecting Hon. J. N. Whitner, as large party of homeseekers to the drops off to deposit its eggs and the Washington, May 8.-The Interstate

Chairman of the Seminole County Lake Picket region.A young ticks or seed ticks, as they are Commerce Commission held today -:

Democratic Executive Comittee, the part of this proposition embracesthat called, climb up on the blades of grass that it would not prevent an increase -' "
members of that organization acted large tract of valuable timber waiting for a meal ticket in the shapeof of interstate freight rates 11912 Studebaker 30" fourpassenger -
wisely. We also think they made a land owned by Mr. M. M. Smith, of a cow to come along. When one of influencing'
good selection when our friend R. J. this city. i approaches they clamber aboard and mere interstate for the rates.purpose This principal was i extra tire and rim. Hartford shock \

Holly was made secretary.A the round is started over again. '' '
announced in connection with an application absorbers etc. $600.00
a SAILORS HELD FOR MURDER The trouble they cause is pretty by carriers for permission I Ito ,

New Jersey town instructs the I well known. They give tick fever, advance the points in Pennsylvania \

police to arrest anybody who borrows Queenstown, Ireland, May\ 8.Two they spoil the hides, making them to destinations in New Jersey and oth-' 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car complete
books from the public library and of the crew of' the steamship Merion\ ,! worth ten to fifty per cent. less, they States. The application was grant- ,
don't return them. One step toward I which arrived here this morning from !. cause a quarantine against southern er $500.00.
the ideal town, where the police arrest Philadelphia, are being kept under a. cattle in the principal markets that ed. I
anybody borrowing books from close supervision until the vessel arrives cuts the price one and a half to three
else. cents pound and they keep the stock NEW
anybody Liverpool. They are suspectedof
o being connected with the murder of from improving, causing a strain of 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00.San .

The Supreme Court of Ohio decided Lindsay, third engineer of the steam- weak, stall, low-grade cattle. I For sale at a bargain. Completely!
I Electric lights and electric -I
that bay rum is an intoxicant. Good ship, whose body was found in the equipped. /!
I starter. Seat covers, bumper
Delaware river after the Merion\ had
people have been usingit TO SUBSCRIBERS
temperance trunk rack, electric horn, speedometer -!
their faces and scalps for years sailed from Philadelphia on April 27.
on :
Clock, windshield, silk Juan
not knowing it was intoxicating until If you miss your Sentinel, call nickel plated trimmings throughout. GarageI
decided. Now this will Sir Thomas Lipton wil again try to"lift"
the Court so
.t phone 24 between seven and nine Extra tire and tire cover. Rea-
of vis- the cup. Sir Thomas is the best
the contortions some
explain o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou for car. Address box No. 568, City.
jtryer of whom we have knowli -
ages and the kinks and tagles of some by special messenger. 6-7 tf,. _
men's hair. i edge.



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window display of Irish and Scotch Linens gives but an inadequate CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES LADIES SUMMER UNDERWEAR

and colorings we have in We have these in a variety of pretty designs, comprising both the We are pleased to announce a shipment of the Famous "COMFY
of qualities
idea of the splendid range plain and pleated effects. Prices range from 50c to $2.25 and sizes CUT". Union Suits and Vests, Prices 25c to $1.00 a suit.GENTS .

stock. from six months to 14 years.
It voices, however, our'ability to show the latest that fashion calls FURNISHINGS

for. Price range is 15c, 20c, 30c, 35c and 40 to 50cc per yard. MISSES AND SMALL WOMEN'S WHITE DRESSESWe
In this line, we have just received fresh shipments of B. V. D. Under.
have the new Maltese Embroidery and Lace effects and the
FROM PLOUEN AND ST. GALL wear, Porous Knit and Gauze goods, in all sizes. Union Suits or singled
designs are our own property, and can not be duplicated at any price
garments.We .
received some of the most tasty, e I.Icate and original in Orlando.I
We have just
Straw Hat stock is complete I in stiff or flexible rims, and Pertain .
designs from these well known Swiss Manufacturing Centres, comprising Misses' sizes 14 to 19 years, and prices range from $2.50 to $7.50.

Allovers at 50c, 60c, 73c and $1.00.. Also 27-inch Flouncings at 50c, Small Women's sizes 32 to 36, prices $3.00 to $10.00. as.
All sizes in the Famous Double Triangle I Linen Collors, quarter
75c, $1.00 and $1.25 per yard. And .4a.mch Flouncings at $1.00, $1.21. GIRLS COLORED DRESSES sizes and the "KANT KRACK" water proof collars for those that want
and $1.50 per yard. Laces and Insertions from 5c to $1.00 a yard.
We have these by the hunderd and can suit every taste and every collars that won't "wilt.

READY-TO-WEAR GOODS pocket. Sizes 2 years to 14 years, prices 33c to $L50. SHOES

J Daily shipments keeps our special range of designs and colorings OUR BOYS' WASH SUITS Well, we have not space to tell you about our shoes this time. Yon

right up to the minute. We can meet the requirements of every pocket, These need no introduction, as we have sold so many of them this know we keep them, and that they "ARE RIGHT," both in style and

and it is well known that we give values far above the average, and in seasan that you can ask almost any boy you see with a wash suit on, and price and that they wear, and are positively guaranteed to give satisfac

fact, this is what has given our store the name of "THE STORE OF he will tell you he got it at BOARDMAN'S. Sizes 2 to 8 years, and tion. We have all sizes, from Infant's to No. 15 Men's. We can fit your{

SATISFACTION." the prices are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. foot and your pocket book at the same time.

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange Avenue

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i I milliner with Misses Hamilton TINATIONMr.

WADE & Dunn, has gone to Tavares to visit I, A special meeting of the Civic League pair of house flies do not occupy r.-R

THE TUNER friends. Turner H. Evans and Messrs.I' was held in the lecture room of much space, but unless they are swatted

ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. Lee and Oscar Loraine boarded the I I the Methodist church yesterday afternoon early they will increase in number

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Floding and north bound train yesterday morning -:j at which about two dozen members until three months later they and

children left this week for Huntington for points unknown to anybody, | were present.I their progeny will measure about AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

C. S. Rockhill left yesterday i I I W. Va., where they will spend except themselves. But from the air I I Mrs. Fuller presided and, after calling 143,675 bushels. Prof. C. H. Hodge, L. Murray

1\\ I I the summer. of mystery that pervaded the atmosphere the meeting to order, gave a brief of Clark University, who has been Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542

for Syracuse, N. Y. I! about them, and the shape of'"outline of matters needing considera studying the matter, says that it 11

made combined i Mr. V. Sincl-s;;:;; among those the packages they carried, coupled i tion. The State Federation of Wo-;! takes about ten days for fly eggs to HOT STUFF
J. B. McKay a I
Mr. I leaving for their homes in the north with the fact that mum was the pass men's Clubs is to be held in Orlando become adult flies. I
Jacksonville I -
business and pleasure trip to
1 yesterday. He goes to Pittsburg, Pa., word, we conclude that they were | next November and Mrs. Fuller has Each female fly lays 150 eggs at a The is told
today. I story on one of the central -
to remain until fall. headed for a favorite fishing bed or [ received word that if the date is set time and lays them every ten days I Illinois
county It
I were en route to the Sanford pow for the first week of that month, Mrs. until she has laid ten hatches. One papers. was
B. Z. Snowden left yesterday devoting considerable space each weekto
Mrs. A. L. Standinger, who has wow. Pennybacker, president of Women's female fly allowed to live until she :
' Ashville, N. C., where she will a sensational divorce case then being
for :( been visiting her brother, Mr. J. C. : Club of the United States will prob- begins to lay eggs May 1, then, is responsible fought in the local -
the court. A
spend summer. I( Patterson on Lucerne Circle, return- MRS. HOSKINS TO ENTERTAIN ably be able to attend. A motion was for 152 flies by May 10; the reporter -
on paper, walking
I Jed to her home in Brooklyn, N. Y., carried that the date for the convene 302 by May 20; 11,702 by May 30; throughthe
is in city
Mr. B. C. Bailey, of Virginia park one afternoon, noticed
.last night. Many homes in the city have been tion be fixed for the first week in No- 34,302 by June 10; 911,952 by June a
and is arranging to build a young lady lay aside a of the
the city copy
visited the past few days by two vember. 20; 6,484,700 by June 30; 72,280,000by pa.
winter home here. per, take off her shoes and
M.r L. W. Tilden of Oakland handsomely attired Master The instructed to July 10 stockings,
i one "gentlemen, president was use ; 325,633,300 by July 20; turn the latter wrong side out and
of Orange county's most successful Francis Hoskins and Richard her own discretion concerning which and 5,746,670,500 by July 30.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hutches have then put them on again. This arousedthe
,farmers and horticulturists, was look- Woodruff, bearing on a silver salvera day of the week the convention should''' If the computation is carried for
Hendersonville, N. C., where curiosity of the reporter he
to and
gone ; ing after business affairs in this city dainty envelope.. On opening this, begin. ward through August and September
will remain until fall. went to her and asked the
they 1: yesterday.The was found to contain an invitation, I The Sorosis Club being a memberof the pair of flies will multiply into the her reason

I written in verse by Miss Helen Vir- the State Federation, a motion was following: I peculiar actions. She replied, "I
Mrs. Annie Brown, of Fort Christmas was just reading the account of the
children of Orlando have form ginia Hoskins, to spend the eveningof made and carried that the secretarybe 1,096,181,249,310,720,0001000,000.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. divorce case in this and it
ed a civic league and intend to keep May nineteenth at her home on. instructed to send an invitationto Therefore- paper was
Brown, is visiting friends in Orlapdo. such hot stuff, I had to turn the hoseon
that city as clean as the streets of Lake Cherokee. that organization to be joint hose Swat the fly!! myself."

the celebrated "spotless town.-Palm Little Miss Hoskins has been hostess tess with the Civic League in the en- SILVA CONVICTED
Miss Myra Williams, who has been
Beach County. : for many jolly and unique parties tertainment of the Federation next I
visiting in this city for several weeks, NEWS FROM ALL
-o- and her invitation has caused much Savannah, Ga., May 8.-Isaac Silva, PARTS OF
has to her home in Rock- fall.Mrs.
returned I Mrs. J. E. Turner and children left delight among her friends. T. P. Warlow, chairman of the who was tried in the superior courton FLORIDA.

ledge. yesterday for Atlanta, where they go 1 committee on revision of the constitu- Monday for causing the death of Nearly four miles of sidewalks

to consult Dr. Calhoun a famous surgeon BARTLETT GARDENSThe tion, read the new constitution and I Marion Leonard, a chorus girl, by giv- have been laid in Largo during the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bortree and baby I
the about removing a catarac from : by-laws which were accepted by the i ing her an injection of morphine, was past few months.
for visit to
left yesterday a
States. Their first stop will be Amer-: the eye of Master Kenneth. Bartlett Gardens of this city,, league, after which the meeting was convicted today of involuntary manslaughter -

while not the most extensive frompoint i adjourned. :1 in the commission of an un- The brick plant recently established

icus, Ga. Mrs. C. B. Magruder, who has beena of acres, are from point of va lawful act. Judge Walter G. Charlton at Blountstown, turned out the first

of Ocoee motor guest of the family of J. B. Magruder riety and quality of produce grown,, NEW AUTOMOBILECost j sentenced Silva to two years in the brick last Thursday, which is saidto
Mr. T. N. Butner, ,
left yesterday for Oak Hill, where among the greatest in the state. The. penitentiary. have been first class.
in his Ford l
ed to Orlando yesterday
she will spend a few days with a son proprietors skilled gardeners and I
Mr. and Mrs $2200. Will trade for house -
He was accompanied
and from there will go to Rockledge. into the BURNED TO The
are putting market garden 1 DEATH oyster cannery of Rice
B. L. Griffin. and lot or good lot to build on. This i ,
I products of every conceivable variety car is equipped with electric lights' Packing Company in Apalachicola, has
Mrs. Mary 0. Beeman and Mrs. J. They I Niles, 0., May 8. Mrs. John closed, after
are now making large ship bump- Fleming one of the largest pack.
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Bockins, of f and electric starter, seat covers,
Merrett left on the midnight train. ments of tomatoes that I aged 52 burned I ing seasons of
are bringingtop years, was to recent
left for trunk rack electric horn speedometer j I
Amelia avenue,. yesterday ;' er, ,
Mrs. Beeman to Altomar N. Y.
goes prices and as they have nineteen 1 death here when she attempted to -
Ind., where they will re clock, windshield, silk mohair
to visit Mrs. Geo. P. Green, while Mrs. acres of these, they will be able tc nickel trimmings throughout. Extra II light a quick fire with coal oil. Her The total waterborne commerce for

main until fall. top,
!iMerritt will spend the summer atWalter's send forward several car loads be : tire, tube and tire cover. Reason aged mother, Mrs. Shira, attacked by Port Tampa during the month of

\ Park, Pa. fore the season ends. further heart disease, died a few minutes April amounted to $3,125,724, and the
Holcombe of Cincinnati for selling: have no use
Mr. ,
Henry I later. total for the first
Ohio is in the city and will spend sev.!' for car. Address box No. 568, City. four months of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Woodward, who NOTICE year runs to more than 12,500,000. '
eral weeks in Orange county looking'(own a beautiful winter home in Orlando 5-7 tf I WEATHER REPORT -

over farm lands. j left yesterday, accompanied by The Junior Civic League will meei t Renewed interest is said to be noted

I Mis Thompson, for their home in Bir- in the parlors of the Methodist churcl FOR RENT Florida-Showers Friday; fair in in the Hastings neighborhood over the

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright hay
moved from Taft to Orlando and hay father-in-law of that distinguishedr urged to be present as this will bi e .Nice large rooms, furnished. Con fair. Some growers are said to be holding

taken rooms in the apartments ove] !:American, Oscar Underwood. the first of the Story Telling meet_ venient for busniess people, also light back because of the lack of facilities

the Favorite Theatre. I ings and will be very interesting. house keeping. Delightful location The next annual meeting of the to handle the crop when raised. A

i j No, Cordelia, an ossified man isn'e with or without board. Terms very! Florida State Dental Association will meeting, however, has been held at

If a man expects a woman to b necessarily hard to get acquainted India produced 58,243,000,000 pound;g reasonable. Address, "C." care Sentinel -I|I be held in Pass-a-Grill during the which it was stated that a rice mill

reasonable she thinks he is a tyrant t.I i wIth. of rice this season. office. 5-9 3tj j II j week of May 20 to 26. About two hundred would be erected in that vicinity before

I members of the dental association the crop matures. The mill

are expected at this meeting from which it is proposed to establish
MMilllllHMtMMIMt will
iMMMMMMiMMMIMMMMMIIIIIIMIIIIMU IMMHHMMIIIIIIIIMIIIIMl: all parts of the State. also be equipped to handle corn

I land make grist and feed.-Times-

THE I i Advertiae in the Sentinel Union Short Talks.

Millllllllilililttl HiilllllllllllliillllllilllllIf

[ can't to Palm Beach
you go
Grand Theatre Today's ProgramTHE



Two-reel Pathe Masterpiece WEAR A PALM BEACH SUIT

Depicting scenes in that memorable retreat of the great na-
MOTION PICTURES We have the Genuine
polean, where nearly 430,000 brave men of France laid down

Picture Changed Daily. I their lives to satisfy the selfish ambition of their leader. A 'I PALM BEACH CLOTHING IN

historic event of tremendous interest and significance is re NIFTY NORFOLKS and SACKS

constructed. The scenes are laid on the exact locations where
FIRST SHOW, / < 7.15 PM

the events occurred. Ten thousand Russian troops assisted
SHOW < 8il5 P.M
SECOND the Pathe Company in reproducing this classic of moving pictures
j which is a historical gem.



: Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing
:. t. 'Jt, 1
Agents Dunlap HatsiiiiHiittttrfffMHtttttiimmiittiiiiiioiiim

). .tl.t"'IIIIIOI. leoeeIO O OC OO f .'I " .j

.5 -5 5 5 '' -S, -- .. .

e -

full length, fairly raking the 6ieatb c
THE PARSON'S MISTAKE. oat of her. while the back stage wttch- N1,\ IN NI

ers get the real gasp. It is perhapshalf
It Changed His Mind About the Cue a minute before she recovers her-
tom of the Fine Folks self. Then sb gathers herself together Have Vacate this MonthAm

A Scottish parson whose pariah was all businesslike again and hurries
remote from great cities was Invited i through the press of stage hands Chorus !- -

to a house party at a certain castle, supes. principals, down front stageto
and after much persuasion from his receive the curtain calls.-New York 1.ir" .
family and friends accepted. Mrs. Post. Offering Men and Boys' Pants
Walford in "Memories of Victorian

London" says that the elderly clergy. Paper Money. Hats Caps Etc at Half Price
man had ,
never before been inside a The earliest paper money issued in
large country house and was not attil America was in Massachusetts In 1690
familiar with the customs in vogue. in order to satisfy the demands of
Any three ties in the house (for $1.00
He arrived about :5 o'clock and found clamorous soldiers. The first authorized

the men Just returned from shooting by the Continental congress was in S
and the ladles from driving all being May 1775. Six years later it ceased to A Vacation Hint
at tea in the hall circulate a* money. I Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose

It seemed nice and sociable on a Benjamin Franklin and his partner, I ( Before you buy a railroad ticket
chilly November afternoon. and. delighted D. Hall printed the bills of the colony for this or that summer resort 3 pairs for $1,00HCL4RKROBERTSON
to find such simplicity of ,
prevail Delaware On the face of the noteIn
ing where he had not looked for It, he conspicuous letters was the warning come in and look at our MidSummer

partook heartily of cake, sandwiches l "To counterfeit Is death." Woolen line and let us make '
and so forth. --- a cool Summer Outing Suit for ;

At a little before 7 o'clock some irit
An Endearing Act.
geighbors, who were merely calling I Wife (pleadingly-I'm) afraid, Jack you.We, make a specialty of Nor- L f T

took themselves off, and the rest of you do not love me any more-anyway, folks and will be pleased to 1 ,

the company broke up and went upstairs as well as you used to. Husband- show you a few of our latest

.with bedroom candles In their Why Wife-Because you always let I models.Men's U# ,..
bands.Well me get up to light the fire now. Husband : ,
this is better still" thoughtmy -Nonsense, my love! Your get Fashion
humble friend, and be rehearsedto ting up to light;: the fire makes me love Shop
himself the phrases he would use to you aU the more-LippincoU'8. till 11111 11111 I1111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III.
describe the situation afterward. He Hand Building. ((
would emphatically repudiate the notion Why They Are Happy. Cor. Church and Orange Orlando .

that the "aristocracy" kept late "There goes the beautiful Elsie'They THE MARKETOf
hours and too much addicted to
say she Is very happy with her I1II(
conviviality. He beard himself say- husband, the young artist:
Ing: "Late hours, indeed? I haven't
? Well,
"Happy as you take it! It -
- -- -- --- ---- ---
been to bed so early since I was aooy. Is
." true they harmonize splendidly. He BUSINESS BOOSTERS . Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
does not understand her, and she does -. . MtmiiiiiimmTHE
He that be had been CLASSIFIED .
judged asleep "
not understand. him! -Fllegende Blat Boosters classified adver-
Business (
some time when the sound of a gong .
reverberating through the ter. tisements) received after 10 o'clock AND SALT MEATS
passages 4 midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
made him start up In bed. What was Nothing can possibly be conceived in Classify" column.

the meaning;: of It? What terrible the world,or even out of it which can Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME
thing had happened? Could the housebe be called good without qualification 80 words-one time, 25 IIII --
on fire? except a good will-Kant cents; three times 60 ; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions. "
Finding the back stairs close by. (six daily and one wkly editions)
down be rushed to the housekeeper's Bread That Intoxicates. 11.00; one month, $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKESflAWLEVS
room and electrified the good woman Throughout the eastern part of Sibe- Everything screened away, from the flies, and kept fresh

by demanding breathlessly: ria it Is no extraordinary sight to see FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
in the hilarious of intoxication touring car. Large and
What's peasants stages roomy. I
"What is it? the matter?
"Lor, sIr nothing ain't the matter" brought on by eating bread.In 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRtJDER. : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the between the the
region sea and
said she reprovingly "except thatyoo'n river called Missouri the humidity of BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice : everything in the Meat Line.
be late to dinner. The second suburb in east part of the city. Carl STRAIGHTSI
the climate as well as the soil is re-
pnner Rounded five minutes ago. andyou're Jensen. ,
markable. In many parts the humidityis
not half dressedf'Such : '
speed did he make, however so intense that there grows upon OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKETH. I
on being thus enlightened;: that be actually ears of corn a species of fungus. As a to the Northeast of the city and Get the best t
got into his evening clothes and result of this the bread made from the I[ still have some choice lots there. cigar at five :

was In the drawing room before halt corn gives all the results of an overdose Carl Jensen.WANTEDA. cents, the next time you : :

the other guests appeared. "Rut" of alcohol Whole districts are want to smoke-judge for t : M. Self & Co.
position as manager, :
sometimes inebriated by this strange yourself. :
said he. 1 never had the chance of caretaker and collector for non- _
kind of "alcoholic" bread.-Leslie'sWeekly. -
delivering the I bad I .
speech so carefully resident property owners. By man of -
prepared exculpating great folks experience who can give it close at- : : I'III 18-20 PINE STREET
from the charge of evil ways." tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel II
If Lion Pulls and Horse Pulls 4- Made in Orlando and sold
A THREE FOOT LEAP. by all dealers. -
pull in opposite directions the horse FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, : -
would pull the lion backward with with all modern improvements. ,
As Thrilling Behind the Scenes as For comparative ease. But if the lion were 3000. Will take automobile in part : II
the Audience In Front. pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel.
hitched behind the horse and facing in IMMMMIMMMMMtillllWELCOME
The is Tosca. You sit breath .
opera the same direction and were allowed to WANTED business partner in a -- -
less in your seat in the last act waitingfor exert his strength in backing he could
manufacturing business with well IHHIIHHIIIIIIllllllllll Hill Illll III Illllllllfrt*
the climax when Tosca shall find easily pull the horse down upon his established trade. Need more capital -.
Cavaradossi not shamming but dead haunches or drag him across the ring. and will take partner or will make a -
by the trickery of the slain Scarpia so much greater is his strength when stock company with $15,000 to $20 TO .
and shall run and leap over the para- exerted backward from the hind legs 000 capital. Plant up to date and in In New Quarters !
pet to be dashed to pieces far below than in forward pulling excellent condition. Address Manu-
The captain and bis guards look over facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf ROYAL PALM :
the edge aghast at the sight You rise I MBBMM
An Unusual Look. FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon *
from your seat thrilled. "Do you think this new photograph Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. KnoX. BARBER SHOP :
Now go behind the scenes and watch of mother looks like )ler, father?" We are now located in the
,' -- new Hyer
Tosca leap. Nearly every one who can asked the daughter. ESTRAY-I have up as an 1lliJti"l Modern: IX.and :
leave his post does go back stage, left. Dunn Cow with few Complete.Everything
estray one
"No; I don't" replied the father. II & Davis
for this climax which b as exciting in "What do you suppose is the matter white spots. Crop upper and under new, individual I building on Church street.
the reality as It is in the pretense for bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other :
with Ica""Why electric attachments
those who sit on the other side of the ear. Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, at every We are better prepared to fil all
footlights. Before the curtain went I suppose the man told your Pine Castle, Fla. tf chair. No atone has been left : your

up a stage hand had dragged across mother to look pleasant and she was unturned to make this shop : in theHABDWABE
trying to do It.-Yonkers Statesman.How
WANTED-Set of books to keep to
meet th of the
and thrown down just beneath the parapet erequirements I
a mattress some twelve inches take part of time. Address "Book- most particular. Plenty of :

thick and the size of an ordinary bed Could She Tell? keeper, care Sentinel. 5-6 3t room. Courteous attendants. :
"Norah. said the mistress, "are these LINE
The opera moves swiftly. The soldiers
French sardines that have givenme :
fire the volley, and Cavaradossi falls '
Tosca, learning the truth rushes to ? Proprietor. :
"Shure. Oi don't know, ma'am," said : FRANK K HYERS
the parapet, looks backward toward the new waitress. "They were pashtpakln' Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. : THE
the audience, stands magnificently defiant : Manufacturer of Artificial I
when the boL"Ladles' __
we opened "
'r" '
and leaps.It Home JournalDamp :: Stone, Fancy Columns And : ', .
is a good three feet in the vertical :: Ornamental Work ,, HELMS HARDWARE.
to the mattress. Do not think that the ,
prima donna, however plump she may Sheets : Livingston and Railroad ,
be, strives to save or catch herself. She-I hear you camped out when I II I COMPANY
it was raining heavily and that you .
That leap is too great an opportunityfor I
were without bedding. He-Oh, no
histrionic realism to lose one little ; :
we were enveloped In a wet blanket When you want any of the
part of its en ct She land .plqmp; a t
I and there were sheets of rain! EMERGENCY
mentioned in

II II Cool'1


-OF- ofFirst I,

SpringClothing FOR-LIVE[ STOCKLAUBACH Aid :I, Fireless CookersAND

here is the place to get :

them. Call 'phone.
or :


i Church Street, Phone 18 r DeLaney Drug Co :

Ever shown. This stock includes Orange Avenue, : KEEP COOL WITH

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00, '

$4.50.It I I. .IMMMHIIIimiillMiMAutos ,Iu [ELECTRIC l[ I
will be a pleasure to show II[I- II GOOD WORK MULES

you the difference between our For Rent at

goods and others you may see. I COMFORT

We are behind every piece of Any Hour : For Sale by

merchandise we sell and same

must give our you stock satisfaction.See of STRAW. Seven Passenger STEVENS DURYEA H.South Hughy G. St.Harper Phone 53; T The PIEflCE[ [ [ELECTRIC L[ C01", Inc.


-- - : Ride in a Good Car.PPhone : Hauling of all kinds, and plow

II I.t I. ing carefully looked after. iiimiimmmmmmtmmmmmmmm i

Brown & Lartigue 34mmmmmmimiM: GIVE US A TRIALSu

I ORANGE, AYE. t for the S ntin L I P Pitrun e Seue1 1 Adiertierg' r re




of the Christmas Stocking.
From Italy cowed tbe legend from

which we are supposed to get the time i Mummtii

honored custom of banking tip the.
Christmas stocking. Good old St. Nicholas oRiANDIIBAi

of Padua used to throw long knit- &TRUST I COMP ANr
ted purees tied at both ends into the

open windows of the very poor people,
and these purses were of yarn and not Lucerne TheatreMOTION

unlike a footless stocking. Finally It Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total .
became the custom of the people to

bang these empty receptacles oat of Resources over Three.quarters of a Million.
their windows on tbe night before

phrtstmas so that St. Nicholas wpaS8& ) .
j&tsar; frets*f 6& S1:1 \ sss 4 $?, \ 2b 4{ ft lTiSiD D .. ul PICTURES

ants uy. W'n@oD the COD of the rest m Tit Co, it dot* of BothuM
became scarce, toys were pot la far tit e v
children and useful presents for grownpeople April IWz ItlS-TItt fler-

ID tbe north country, where it 1 4itA3 '-' nth Aialveruiytliti
wag rather chilly at Christmas time

the purses were bung on tbe mantelpiece w Exbtaee
and It was believed that the :.

good old saint would come down the I ToNightLONESOME
chimney and fill them. When these '
purses went nnt of fashion stockings RESOURCES
were substituted and have been used '
ever since. s Loan and Discounts.....9368,OTM
% Overdraft
II.II JOE ----------____________ AMERICAN
Feeling a Presence. Real Estate, Fun ture A Gr:,:n.s* WestentTHE nn.m L
Reading a book recently the writer t '1 t z. ? tad flitum ,?,.?.? UMI.<<

4 was arrested by one sentence; MJJ t Sfccss Bead .?."'nu, B$1Uj
i' bli>u>a room wlClzoat ttnowtngyfl Cash
on hand and b Banks 16,1eAI PRIMA DONNA'S CAT
lye there 1 saoaTd at once feel your MAJESTIC
presence" it Is the Imaginative address Comedy Drama
from a man to a woman. Most Total .fmMO.0*

of us possibly bare that curious in-

stlnct-the obverse of that of the horse LIABILITIES AT TWELVE O'CLOCK ---_____________ KEYSTONE
that will not rest In a stable that has 1 I Capital Stock ,
I % .100000.00 Farce Comedy"CYMBILINE
housed a bear-the Instinct that knows Sorplui and Undivided
the presence of the affinity There are e
people-being .to the general view ei- t 2444UB

cellent citizens-wbom yon cannot x t .. Deposit M6.115JS ,"
abide There are people whose presence Coming Saturday

you detest and resent and though Total ................$7160.0 The greatest picture of its kind
ever produced.
yon could give no particular reason for ;
t the antipathy you would rather die : TWO REELS
suddenly than live'in the same street
with them. Those are usually. I think Deposits April 4, W3.M2 gTL13 I

relatives of some sort who have the UaJU4 SUUf Gcver Deposit April 1' 1111... MU1UI
eat, State and
nuisance traditional claim Bat haven't to make yon themselves felt the a 1. C'Aa11)q1 'I., Increase in 1* dtjn.....$..7281tttiMiiiiimiiimii

presence of the person like-Lon- -
IIRO : + I
don Chronicle 0 I 1II1IJW.M.SLEMONS .


Recently an employee In a,business IMIIIIMMMtillllMllfftlMIHIIimiMMtM
house who bad held a clerkship for BeforeYouBuy

several yearn went to the boss with a
e plea for an Increase In salary
"1 asked you for a little more salary
t year ago." said tbe clerk "but yon

told me that you were not able to give
It to me at that time. Now a little baby

has come to our home which will add

to the expense and 1 would be very
glad If you could favorably considermy 11

"1 request"see. I see" thoughtfully replied We are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Consider Quality
the boss "Let me think It over a min Bros ,
ute. Boy, I suppose?" are superior in quality and style to any that you ,
clerk"Yes., greatly sir encouraged happily answered by his em-the can buy. Price, and then choose

ployer's attitude"I

think I can fix It" responded the
employer "1 won't.be able to give you MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US

any more money, but Just as soon as
the boy get big enough we will find a ARE WELL DRESSED '

position! for him In the office bere.f ."- Allen & Co.

Philadelphla'1'elegraph.. Our prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying

"I'm sure"Next said to tbe Them.guest he had unexpectedly elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits-
brought home to dinner that
evening, "that I "
put you out.
"Vot at all.;' she replied sweetly; "notat WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.

allVe ;gave you just what we Orlando Florida
were going ,
to hive ourselves-ju: our

ordinary dinner, you know" t ,
"1 wish I could believe that but I I

-\. still feel that I'have put you to a great w. M. SLEMONS:
of trouble and annoyance If so I
am sorry that I allowed your husband
Let Us
to persuade me to come" I 1 Regulate Your Watch

-i uvu.i want you in feel that way ....... . . . ..a.. ..... .. .. . _ ; i
at all. We were delighted to have )
t with us We love to Have: our friends .. .. -- ----- GUARANTEED
.. .. ) ----- --- -
drop in and take pot luck with os." lttt +t..lllilltllllll.. .. II
And when be got outside he looked
back at the house and muttered "Liars' I
: -

: when I smelled I entered corned that beef borne and cabbage and- IF YOU WANT THE LATEST \

what 1 got was English mutton chops
and green peas.-Detroit Free Press TV .

f Hi! Wall Board

Supporting a Husband In Wales. THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS
The quaint Pembrokeshire village of ,

Langwm Penclawdd and have the something Gower In village common of HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR Saves Building Money!

besides their Flemish connection. In : DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO

both tbe woman takes a leading place. MON.
At Langwm when a forthcoming mar- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY 100% Better and 50% Cheaper

riage is announced one often bears tbe REFUNDED.

exclamation, "Peggy, can she keep a Than Plastering
man?" At Penclawdd when a young

woman gets married the very first Beautiful
and Durable
thing some of tbe sourest old maids B. Salomon
ask is: "Dear me! Ffordd mae bona'myn'd Orlando You cut plastering cost in half by
using Bishopric Wall Uff&--j
I gadw gwr?" ("Dear me! Bow and Board for walls I

Is that one going to support a boa- ... . . beter ceilings in your new house, and ;
- - - - iUlts.
band?").-Western Mail Cardiff. . ... .1111111...... ... r oetter. lasts re "Bishopric" looks
longer ana saves time m
-- building.

Lazy Man. DID TOO BUT ? I $5,000 Anti Warp Bond ,
"Toodles is the laziest man I know.
He bas an invention fixed so that by with"Bishopric"lath. Kiln the only wall board stiffened
UNDERTAKER dried lath are imbedded la .
merely pulling a wire In bed be can I overheard a prominent hardwar ARMSTRONGThe toughened Asphalt-Uastic and surfaced with
light the fire. But that don't seem to dealer uy this morning to a proml proof heavy,sound fibre-board.-proof and Is moisture-proof rat-
improve matters any." nent citizen of Orlando, I could hart ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando warp shrink buckle or fire-resisting poll loose in \any\ffl not cli- i
"Why not T'"He's bought land at $%.60 and $5.00 but mate winter or summer. Our J5.000 Anti- ;
did not do It. PINe STREeT Warp Bond protects every customer.
too lazy to pull tbe wtre"-8l I i
Louis At the time he referred to I soldhttnttrel Saves a Month's Time
an Orlando man several
PostDispatch.a ,
Comes in sheets ready for use. Goes
of land in Orange for on
county dry. Just nail it to bare studdtnaand it is
Purifying the Language. $1.00 per acre, the same land ii no* ready at once for say kind of decoration.
The female red deer is known as a sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts foi: THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT Edges Saves a meet month's evenly-no time in budding.paneling needed. "Blsiopric" Beats Plaster
kInd and ii'ii :i due The young red 30.00 per acre, and U cheap at tail Sheets are 4 feet square 16 sheets to the t
deer Is known not as a fawn but as a price.What crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive
For Sale nails can apply it.Gives. Investigate Now
cslf These trifles are very shocking were the Orlando people bay at all Cigar Stores !
ing at that time Gold mining stock. Orlando's Look into this
to sensitive ears London Spectator. Newest Cigar Made UsersLasting
If you had bought land, you couU Orlando. moneysaving "
figure your profit You knew Havana Satisfaction trafldhiz material
sonu and Florida Wrappers Any of the dealer.
Candid. time ago your profit on the minini nerd"It to U with your great Buhopric* atf-Mali' you In re named below win
Brown-I wonder it Smith would Indorse stock, without having to figure on it I Try One and Be Convinced good which results two of,and DIY brothen find have ued with aka more roofing than gladly show you this
my note< Jones- How long has I If have not it tae handsomest and beet
you yet bought some that money can bojr. They have also interested s wonderful non-warpiny,
he known vou? Brown-A month.Jones Orlando or Orange ctur.ty comber of their friend in TOOT gooda and are more fre-resistlnz I Wan Board. S\nt H_
property than **
pleased with
HERMAN H. molt LearJ fOJ"1IIooric"II.....
I'm afraid that's too long.-ChI.ng there it still opportunities for large PINDER MTg'r Mt&saw Jffl ,WI E. Second St.Lima,a aDd bow you can save time
money by using It.
<)News profits, and I can show you. See you dealer today
I can sell you something that wfll 212 South Orange .
Not make you money but your gold mining t, For Sale by
Possible.We stock will not buy it. I r .
have caner wen a man whose Call and see me. II I
conTmatton was so interesting that be CARL JANSEN The preacher TO& fecfanfo ik congregation -: I Orlando t
"Well he
up. remarked Works
"its to Novelty
could uuw ifof landlord' agent forgrtrfcac Office over Dickson &; Ives, Orange on the habit of lying. He: worse than I a
ae nune tor rotladefpuia Inquirer Avenue, Orlando, Fla. thought that but few people were i thought.Exchange."Do. .
The banks and the business men of free
from the bad
Orlando know me, if do not ask He would The Mastic Wall
you Board and
)1I'l1Iljt"N'In\J n w and neglect occa- them. put it to the test, so he requested I you believe that two can has \e Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
ion more every one who felt that he cheaply -: (102)Origin
n"i""hlt'r In the world than was free as one?
even mali<.> :imf wickedness-Goethe from the habit to raise hishand. It "So; I don't believe that even one .

1 Subscribe for the Sentinel j I seemed that nearly every hand went can live cheaply."-Houston Post.



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IIMIMIIItlillMmilllMIIHMMIMMillMMIM Schumann for $80 per acre, same was JJJJJJJJJJfHiI
declined. I
Zachary Bros., presented bill for
Louis C. President
one half contract price for bridge'

T. Ptetoo Wulow. VkcPm.Bawd 8. Wtta &w.. Orlin over Wekiwa River at Rutledge Fer-''I | | How much money would
warrant ordered drawn.
& Babcock All, CuUer Samuel J.Newell.Mat Cults ry;
Petition of C. W. Smith, J. C. Stew-
art et al., to establish a road from '
THESTATE Highland avenue near Lake Standish you like to spend for
heretofore laid over under the rules,
was taken up, and upon motion, peti- '
tion was granted as prayed for. j i

BANK Committee heretofore appointed to
examine the road petition of E. A.
Murray, Will A. Moore et al., report

that thei rreport.they are not yet ready to make $$11.22. $ ll.44 4

of OrlandoTHE Petition og H. L. Kelley, A. B. Ful-j assh _
ler et al to open Dream Lake road No. 2 Class
from Apopka to Rock Springs received -, Nos. 2and
2 AClass
and laid over under the rules and
QUEST BANK IN THE CITYAND referred to the Superintendent of
Roads and Bridges and Commissioner

Eldredge. I .
Letter from Mrs. Rackley in regardto
reduction of taxes received. Clerk :
The Bank which transacts more business than $ '
instructed to answer. j ______ $$33OO
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Mr. M. M. Smith et al appeared Class .s I
before the Board in reference to the ?
proposed route via Heifer Mound No. 50 j
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up across St. Johns River from Chuluota; + No. 100

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound to the river. No action taken. j
Upon motion the attorney of the
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti :
Board be instructed to institute condemnation -
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis proceedings in the matter'of '

reuected in the large amount of deposits. the right of way at Fair Villa over'I $2g 5
Mr. Barco's land for a public road ;
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. $$56,10
from Apopka to Orlando on the west ClassNo. .' ( i
side of Lake Fairview. I
5 iirU'
Upon motion it was ordered that Nos. band
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur the assessment on the Government! 5A

lot on the Assessment Roll be accounted -
as an error by the Tax Collector,
for the 1912 tax. I

correspondent banks are located in every part of Petition of E. A. Johns, J. Join any of our Saving Clubs and yon can have either of the
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Matchett et al., asking that an W'I
United States. tion be held in Precincts 16 and above amounts to spend'Call
to determine whether or not hogs shall
be permitted to run at large therein -
and upon examination petition and get a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
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being found to conform to the Stat
RECEPTION AT BISHOPSTEAD from coming because of the stormy I ute, it was ordered that an election

i weather, a number attended, and the be held for such purpose on Tuesday, The Peoples National Bank"It
Notwithstanding the inclemency of affair was most pleasant.At I June 3rd, 1913, and Clerk instructedto
the weather, many people gladly avail.I the close of the evening, the advertise according to lay, and the
ed themselves of the invitation ex-I committee in charge, Mrs. Florence Supervisor of Registration to furnish Is pleasure to serve you."
tended by St. Cecelia's Guild to attend: Hudson, Mrs. Benj. Drew and Miss the required Registration books for
a reception at Bishopstead last even-| Antoinette Slemons, served a deli- said election. The following were HtttlllMllllimitfIIIMIMimilMIIMMMIIMIMMIMMHIM MMMMMMIMIU
ing in honor of Dean and Mrs. Sher-I cious salad course. appointed as Clerks and Inspectors:

rod.It I Precinct No. 16: C. J. Sweet, E. L.
was hoped that the former Dean, NOTICE Spahler, J. W. Matchett, Inspectors; I' .'.ililttlllliHiMM
Rev. L A. Spencer, could also be present -:I The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday J. A. Wilkes, Clerk.
for this occasion, but his dutiesas afternoon in the First Baptist church]I Precinct No. 21: J. E. Tracy, Albert
Indian Commissioner required his I I I at 3 o'clock. All members are urgedto l M. Bristol, Lyman R. Bowman, In-'
absence from town. be present. J. F. Harrington, Clerk.
The guests were met at the door i! spectors The following; reports of- county officers --.
by Mrs. Woodruff, who presented themto II COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I received: Treasury to county

the receiving line, while each one and to State, Statement of Banks,
in turn was welcomed by the Bishop I Tuesday, May 6, 1913. Superintendent of Roads and Bridges,! j
and Mrs. Gray, Dean and Mrs. Sher- Board met. Present Chairman County Physician, Polls collected, Re-
rod, Deaconess Parkhill, Mrs. Spencer Overstreet, Commissioners Dillard, port of Licenses and Financial state-
and Mrs. Cobb. I Brown and Eldredge. ment of the county by the auditor. .
The front rooms and hall of Bishop-\ Minutes of the last meeting were Board. adjourned to 10 a. m. Wed- + 4
stead were most attractively decorated read, approved and signed. nesday, May 7.
with bamboo and quantities of I Bond of S. A. Partin to carry revolver 10 a. m. Wednesday, May 7, 1913.
beautiful flowers, bowls of the yellow with Hugh G. Partin and W. Board met. Present Chairman Over-
correopsis being especially effective, I' J. Conoley approved and license or- street, Commissioners Dillard, Brown
and one of these bright blossoms was I dered issued. 1 and Eldredge.
pinned on each guest when served to j Report of the State Auditor to the!I The Board proceeded to redistrictthe
refreshments. Governor in respect to the county offi-I county in commissioners and elec- Saturd and
Friday Monday
Miss Sara Yancey and Miss Vida'\ cers and the condition of the busi- tion precincts; upon motion, the following y ;
Miller were the "flower girls," deco- ness (of the county received and fil'd. resolution was adopted thereto ,
rating the guests with the golden i i Application of J. N. Bradshaw, as :
daisies; Misses Theresa Warner, Ber-' agent, to redeem tax certificate No. County Commissioners District No
tha Dawson, Dorothy Johnson, Carrie1 2,357 of 1890 and subsequent taxesat 1: includes Election Precincts, Orlando
Dade, Ruth Isaacson and Helen War- a less sum, was refused. south and north, Nos. 1 and 2 re
low serving delicious Oriental punch,!I I Communication from E. W. Henckin spectively, Winter Park, No. 3; and'
with wafers and maccaroons. reference to taxation on Longwood Maitland, No. 4.
Mrs. Mather-Smith, of Oakland, !1 property received; No action taken as County Commissioners District No,

gave several beautiful vocal selec-i''I the land is in Seminole county. 2: Election Precincts, Lockhart, No. 5; Don't miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros. Wichest
tions, which were greatly enjoyed by Petition of John E. Coulter, W. M. Apopka, No. 6; Zellwood, No. 7; Baj; ; ,
all present, as also were piano solos Sullivan et al, in reference to the Ridge, No.8.County : & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
by Miss Margaret Broomall and Miss I road near Tangerine through Hunt's Commissioners District No' ,

Bertha Dawson. grove received. Upon motion the road 3: Election Precincts, Ocoee, No. 9;; I Leather and Tan. In Pumps, Oxfords and '
Dean and Mrs. Sherrod have been proposed as indicated on the plat was Winter Garden, No. 10; Oakland, No ,
warmly welcomed in Orlando, the : granted.The 11; and Gotha, No. 12. I Eclipse Ties, $3.50 to $4.50 values. For 3 !
members of the Cathedral parish rejoicing petition of G. J. Denton, W. W. County Commissioners District No. $1 98

that he could come to fill the Bonney, et al, to establish a voting 4: Election Precincts, Orange Center, days only ....
vacancy caused by Dean Spencer's precinct at Orange Center, received No. 13; Taft, No. 14; Pine Castle, No.
appointment to his present important and read. No action taken. 15 and Conway, No. 16.
; No- 2, 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No\3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest :
work for the Seminole Indians Petition of J. M. Alden, S. E. Fish- County Commissioners District No.
and the opportunity afforded last back et al, in reference to the con-I 5: Election Precincts, Fish's Precinct,, Flaxon, Plain White, Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy
evening to meet them socially, provedin ,dition of the public road near Pine: No. 17 Pickett's Precinct, No. 19
; ;; Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs Patterns, 30c, to 40e. value, For 3
every way enjoyable.The Loch received and referred to the and Christmas, No. 18.
committees of St. Cecelia's I Supt. of Roads and Bridges. I 15c. to 20c values. For 3 days only days only

Guild with their President, Mrs. War- Petition of Geo. Bentley, W. S. Bogard -1 I FAVORITE THEATRE TODAY
ner, managed every detail of this af- et al., to have R. W. Simmons '
fair most succesfully, the one regret appointed Inspector of Marks and 1 "The Collaborators," Powers a l2lN2cyd. 23c yd.
being that others who had hoped to be Brands received. No action taken, poetic masterpiece. a
present were prevented by the rainy the territory being in Seminole county -I "The Boss of Lang's Hotel," Nes- t

weather. j\I tor-a western worth while. Lawns. Plain White and t
No. 4. yds. Floral
Petition of Jos. Canada, D. H. Han-I "The Redemption of Riverton," Vic 11 d

-GENTLEMEN'S EVENING" AT cock et al., to straighten the public tor-an irresistable Trinity. Patterns, 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days only C Y :
TilE ROSALIND road near Lpckhart: west, granted as Stop! Look! Listen. Coming soor 1
I! prayed for. "The Massacre of the 4th Cavalry,' .
Auction Bridge formed the enter- Bid of J. B. Middlemas in re-exca- 101 Bison in two parts. An incident t
tainment at the Rosalind Club last vating and clearing Black Hammock''in "Custer's last fight." Over five hundred '

evening and being the second Thurs- District received. No action taken. I soldiers and 800 Indians takin ''N. P. YOWBLL :
day in the month, the ladies invited Hour having arrived for opening part.Watch
their escorts to join in the pleasuresof bids for the drainage of Black Ham-I for the date in this parer. ,
the contest at cards. mock Drainage District, and only one! Matinee 2 to 5. Night 7 to 10. t
Although some were prevented I bid being on hand, that of Fred R.I Admission five cents to all. 'Him tiiiiiiimiitii IIMMIIHIMMHMHIIIItliHinill+Ht :

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